The truth behind Parental Child Abduction in Egypt.

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In May 2009 I took my precious baby to see her father in Egypt, One week later our lives were turned upside down. My ex husband had kidnapped my baby.
For three years I have gone through Courts, Embassies, Ministers, Police and egyptian lawyers.

I was able to get my baby back after 8 months on condition I live in Egypt, but life would not be easy.
I lived with death threats, constant cases cropping up all over the country and four corrupt lawyers.

At the end for the safety of my baby i was forced to sign an agreement or lose my baby for ever. This agreement was that my baby was to live with her father and i get to have her for all school holidays, I could visit her as and when i wanted and she would get the best education possible.
Two school holidays have passed and I have not been allowed to have my baby, she was not put into school at all but a farming community nursery.

 

My only access to my baby is a phone call every three days that i have to fight for some times a week will go by and my ex will not answer my calls.

 

Having gone through death attacks, being beaten in front of authorities and constant fear of losing full contact with my baby, and eventually being forced into a contract that is meaningless.
I have decided to get back in the ring and fight again, I cannot leave my baby in the hands of a person that does not care for her well being or her education.

I will share my experiences with you, and hope that this wall can benefit parents out there in my situation.
We have to let all parents out there know, The truth behind Parental Child Abduction in Egypt.

 

 

17 Responses to The truth behind Parental Child Abduction in Egypt.

  • Ciccia says:

    The reason of leaving a comment on the article “The truth behind parental child abduction in Egypt ” is that the REAL truth is missing! And by REAL truth I mean KNOWLEDGE of the Egyptian Law. In western countries we call these kind of acts: abduction, while by Egyptian Law these acts are legalized and in Islam even obligatory. So this article should be a WARNING for those foreign women, getting into an Egyptian marriage before having children from this marriage!

  • susan cartwright says:

    hello, i am new to this site, but wonder if you could give me some guidance?
    we as a family are looking for our helen
    helen left the uk telling us she was going to be a holiday rep in egypt we believe she was based in luxor , but may now be in hurghada and married to an egyptain and may ahave a young child , she left uk at least 7yrs ago been no contact since.
    she is 41yrs old
    we have tried most avenues and forums
    kindest regards susan

  • peral says:

    Hi ,im new of this site.Could you give a information about child abductions solicitors in Egypt please.my son has been abducted 6 years ago .i couldn’t get him back .his father died 6 months ago and my son is living with his grandparents .i want to get my son back or fined a good solicitors to get him back.He left a will.but his family never inform me what he left .
    i will be so great full if you know a good solicitors
    Kind regards
    Peral

    • Leila Sabra says:

      Parel please contact me either through my email or from my group THE TRUTH BEHIND PARENTAL ABDUCTION IN EGYPT. I can and will help you. Sweetheart you are not alone xx Leila

  • Irene Wilson says:

    Hi, I just read Leila’s story in “Take A Break” and I was upset to hear that her daughter A’ishah has been abducted and separated from her mum. What is particularly upsetting is to read that her father is not looking after her and she is being “cared for” by strangers. I really hope that mother and daughter are re-united soon and that Leila gets to give A’ishah the love and care she deserves.

  • Marion says:

    Hi, I am reading all of this with a lot of interest. I am married to an Egyptian and we have one daughter. For eight years everything was fine until he married for the second time. As he was beating his second wife very badly nearly every day our life became a hell. Especially our daughter started to suffer a lot. After he beat me also very hard and I had to be afraid to die I left him with my daughter and went to Europe. I dont want to put her in risk because with him she would suffer too much, so I am planning to leave her with my family while I go to bring my things from Egypt and finish the divorce. Can anybody tell me if there could be a problem for me when I enter Egypt?

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  • Maria says:

    Hello, Iam married 5 years with Egyptian but Iam separate now because of his addiction of drugs. We have a boy 3 years old. He left from Greece and stayed in Cairo with his parents. He is asking to visit him to see our son for some days. I don’t feel safe to do it in case I cannot return back in Greece. Is there any law or contract to sign for being safe my visit in Egypt untill the divorce is finished? Please help me , Iam reading many cases that lost their child when they visit Egypt. Thank you

  • Leila says:

    There is absolutely no way you are 100% your child won’t be kidnapped or taken. Trust your instincts, if your scared under no circumstances take your child to Egypt. The father can visit his child in Greece and make sure it’s in a safe environment.
    I know a lot of people may be angered by my statement, but I know Egypt, the law and many of the parents who have lost their babies.
    Harsh but true
    Good luck xxxx

    • Maria says:

      Thank you Leila for the reply , you are right is too risky to go in Egypt. The laws in Egypt is very confused and you may be stucked in Egypt many years. God help me with having a good result in this story!! Maria

  • sally says:

    I have a three year old boy n want to take him to visit is grandparents but me n my hubby have had issues about it. Can I get any court order that will secure my baby comes home wiv me

  • Hello my name is trish am in the same boat ive not seen my daugther for 8months thw father said he was going on a holiday to egypt were he is from for 28days but failed to turn back he made up load of lies and the poilce and children services cant help some days i wish i can hide away it killing me not seeing my baby girl she ia 3 YEARS ILD AND ITS HER BIRTHDAY IN JANURAY 2015 ANY ONE GOT ANY IDEAS PLS HELP THANKS

  • mildred says:

    I have been threw a lot my baby has been abducted by his father 10months ago he does not even stay with his father he is turning 7years old I miss my son so much and haven’t talk with him almost 2 months ago he is unhappy there why the Egyptian men take they children away from the mother away from himself who miss they mother and miss they dad and suffer to much he needs his mothers love is there anyone that can help us as mothers we are living in a nightmare 1day with out my son feels like a lifetime can anyone help us please

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