Read Hindu Extremists Attack Pastor's Mother in India, by Morning Network News, at Religion Today.
"Reena Behl answered the doorbell of the home she shares with her son and his wife in Rajasthan state at 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday (Aug. 13), and four men wearing motorcycle helmets demanded to see her son, a pastor. Because of the helmets, the 51-year-old resident of Rajapark, Jaipur, could not see their faces, she told Morning Star News. When she told them she did not know where pastor Vishaal Behl and his wife were, the four visitors forced their way into the house and started searching for the couple, breaking furniture and other household goods and threatening to kill them.
“The extremists wanted Vishaal and his wife to convert back to Hinduism, and they threatened that they will cut them to pieces if they do not convert back to Hinduism,” she said.
"Crying for help, Reena Behl fell on the floor as she took blows to her head and the rest of her body. The extremists kicked, slapped and punched her, demanding to know the couple’s whereabouts. The only other person at the home was her elderly mother-in-law.
"The attackers fled upon realizing that neighbors were approaching after hearing her cries for help."