Worth the read. We in the counterjihad are not over-inflating the realities surrounding Islam and the culture that stems from it.
H/T: Scottish Infidel
New book reveals dangers Pakistani brides face travelling to UK for marriage
May 25 2011 Annie Brown
Dr Nusrat Raza has published a book about the dangers facing Pakistani brides
THOUSANDS of Pakistani women come to the UK to marry and find a better life… but end up trapped in a living hell.
They arrive on spousal visas and find themselves locked in a cycle of abuse, imprisoned and tortured by husbands and extended families.
They are lied to and cheated but can’t go home for fear they will disgrace their families.
Now Dr Nusrat Raza has published a book in Pakistan to show parents the dangers their daughters face.
She worked for more than a decade with Scottish organisation Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid, who have helped some of the abused wives.
Using genuine cases, Dr Raza hopes Visa For Hell, published in English and Urdu, will open parents’ eyes and encourage them to help their daughters.
She said: “Working with these women, I could not comprehend that parents didn’t want to know their suffering, in-laws didn’t acknowledge they were human and public bodies ignored their existence. These women were excess baggage to everyone. They are victims of legitimate trafficking.”
Each of the 10 cases she highlighted ended with the women’s escape, but none could return home.