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(ANS) – The first brick was thrown through the living room window at one o’clock in the morning, quickly waking Nissar Hussein, his wife and five children with an adrenalin-laced jolt. The second brick went through his car window. It was a shock, but hardly a surprise. The week before, according to the Times Online, another brick had been thrown through the window as family members were preparing for bed in their home in England . The victim of a three-year campaign of religious hatred, Hussein’s car has also been rammed and torched, and the steps to his home have been strewn with garbage. Hussein and his family have been regularly abused and attacked, yelled at to move out of the area, and given death threats in the street. His wife has been held hostage inside their home for two hours by a mob. In addition, the Times Online reported, Hussein’s car, walls and windows have been vandalized with graffiti reading, “Christian bastard.” The problem isn’t so much what Hussein, whose parents came from Pakistan , believes but what he doesn’t believe. Born into Islam, he converted eight years ago to Christianity, and his wife, also from Pakistan , did likewise. While those who convert to Islam, such as Cat Stevens, the sons of Frank Dobson, the former British Health Secretary and Lord Birt, the former BBC Director-General, can publicly celebrate their new religion, those whose faith goes in the other direction face persecution the Times Online reported.

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