One of the characteristics of Christian charity it that it preaches the Faith by word and action, and seeks to impart mercy and justice to all, and not to use a man’s misery for his personal gain. This is unlike Islam, which uses promise of gain especially to a man in a miserable situation to get him to submit to his demands.
Such recently happened in India, where a group of Muslim men were arrested after they told starving pagan children without their parents consent they will fed them if they convert to Islam:
The Rachakonda Police of Hyderabad on Sunday arrested nine persons for allegedly converting children to Islam.
The arrested accused were running an orphanage named Peace Orphan Home Society and were luring children from poor families of Telangana and making them to convert to Islam by assuring free education, food and shelter.
Police has rescued 17 children in the age group of 4-14 years, including 7 girls from Moula Ali area on the complaint of the Districts Child Welfare Officials.
While the police has 9 accused, including prime accused Mohammed Siddiqi alias Satyanarayana and eight others, search for one more accused is on.
“They were luring parents from tribal areas of Bhadrachalam, Mahabubnagar, Khammam and Warangal districts of Telangana and converting them illegally,” said Mahesh M Bhagwat CP Rachakonda while speaking to India Today.
The main accused Siddiqui converted to Islam in 2003-2004 and started Peace Orphan Society in Warangal and last year he started running a school-cum-hostel in Hyderabad.
“The organisers who himself are converted to Islam intentionally not changed their names to obtain reservation for future government services. They are in opinion that using their position they can convert huge number of people to Islam,” added CP Mahesh Bhagwat.
Police are also investigating the source of funds for the NGO.
All the accused persons are booked under sections 153A (promoting enmity between different groups on grounds of religion, 363 (kidnapping), 342 (wrongful confinement) of the IPC and relevant sections of the SC and ST (Prevention of Atrocities) Act. (source)
This is not the first time this has happened either. While these people were pagan Hindus, the same has been done to Christians as well, such as the infamous photo of an Ottoman official teasing starving Christian children with a piece of bread during the Christian genocide of 1917.