Monday, November 28, 2005

Pakistan: After Muslim Honour Killing - Mutilation

Western Resistance tells the story of yet another barbaric honor killing in Pakistan, a practice which is seeping into Western countries with increasing frequency:

Pakistan: After Muslim Honour Killing - Mutilation

Shamin Mai is in a critical condition in the Bahawal Victoria Hospital in Bahawalpur, a province of Pakistan in the Punjab, adjoining he Indian border. Shamin Mai has had both of her legs chopped off. Her brother Bashir and her uncle Bilal have been arrested for the atrocity. Four others who assisted in the assault have so far avoided arrest. And what motivated this act of barbarity? Shamin Mai, instead of following the course expected of a girl in these regions, of having a marriage arranged for her, had contracted a marriage on her own free will, in Mauza Naseerabad. Among the four assailants still at large one, Faiz Rasool, is a union councillor.

France: March For Muslim Woman Set On Fire

Today's Telegraph announces that yesterday, a march was held in Paris, which was organised by the organisation "Ni Putes ni Soumises" (Neither Prostitutes Nor Submissives). The reason for their protest was to voice anger at a cruel attack upon a young woman, and anger at the media's apparent indifference by virtually ignoring the case. The press in France has deliberately played down reporting of recent events, wary to use the term "Muslim" when referring to rioters. This case is perhaps an embarrassment to the French media, as both victim and perpetrator are both Muslim. 18-year old Chahrazad Belayni is in a critical condition, being kept in an artificial coma, after she received severe burns over 60 per cent of her body. On November 13, the Moroccan was walking near her home in Neuilly-sur-Marne in northeastern Paris, when she was attacked. Her attacker was a workmate of Pakistani origin who was incensed that she had earlier refused to marry him. This man and another, believed to be his accomplice, are in hiding somewhere. "This man asked her to marry him three times. He didn't understand her refusals and wouldn't leave her alone," said Sonia, a classmate. "Chahrazad was a beautiful young girl, very soignee (smart,stylish) and coquettish. He hurt her more than most by physically damaging her."


At November 29, 2005 6:16 PM, Blogger truth serum said...

How can one ever see atrocities such as these as 'honorable'? No doubt that is what was in the mindset of the Muslim men who carried them out. I will never be able to see these people as civilized. They are barbarians.

I came across this again recently. It may have been posted before but it is still worth reading again just to be reminded that prior to the recent events in England and France...there was somebody out there trying to warn us in April of 2004, a person whom no one paid attention to.

"A View from the Eye of the Storm"

At November 29, 2005 6:40 PM, Blogger Don Miguel said...

"How can one ever see atrocities such as these as 'honorable'?"

Very simple. When women are considered to be worth less than men, just mere sex objects, just property ... anything is possible.


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