According to a report from Jihad Watch, Ugandan women who has given birth to Seven Children for her husband was attacked by her husband and his relatives because she converted to Christianity from Islam.
According to the woman, on that faithful day, she was on her way to the church when she meant her brother-in-law, Ahirafu Kowa, who asked her where she was going and she lied to him that she was going to see a friend but he became suspicious of her.
About one hour in the worship service the woman saw through the window, her husband and relatives moving toward the church shouting "Allah Akbar" (God is greater) and the church members took to their hills to save their lives leaving only her, the church pastor and some elders of the church.
The husband and relatives came into the church and when the pastor and elders tried to protect her they overpowered them and force her into a van and drove her to a nearby forest.
At the bush, they beat her up with sticks and the husband brought out the Somali sword and stabbed her at the thigh and the back which led to her loses consciousness.
After about several hours, a passing herdsman found her lying in a pool of blood at about 3 PM still unconscious and took her to a nearby clinic where she regained consciousness.
A few days later a staff of the hospital contacted a Christian friend of Naibira and she came and picked her up and took her to am an undisclosed location recovering from wounds on her face, thigh and back.
As narrated by Salimati Naibira
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