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Tuesday, May 6, 2014

The Muslim War on Women

                                                     The Muslim War on Women




I know I'll catch a lot of heat for saying The Muslim War instead of Islam's War.  So what?  Something must be done to stop this horrible madness.  Simply look at the most recent news.


Kunduz, Afghanistan:  A Mullah Imam of a mosque was arrested in connection to the rape case of a 10-year-old girl in this province.
According to local government officials, the Mullah Imam has been arrested and is in custody for further investigation.
The health condition of the victim has been reported critical and she has been hospitalized due to severe bleeding, the officials said.
Incidents involving rape of children is not rare in Afghanistan where violent assaults of women aren’t uncommon.

MAIDUGURI, Nigeria -- The number of kidnapped schoolgirls missing in Nigeria has risen to 276, up by more than 30 from a previous estimate, police said, adding that the actual number abducted by Islamic extremists on April 14 was more than 300.
Police Commissioner Tanko Lawan said the number of girls and young women who have escaped also has risen, to 53.
The leader of Boko Harem says the girls will be sold.


Pakistan -- 
Three primary schools have been blown up in Pakistan's Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
No one was in the buildings at the time of the explosions early on Thursday.
When the Taliban ruled Pakistan's northern Swat valley it targeted schools.

But many have since been rebuit after the military pushed the Taliban out.

Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports.


Syria --  Last year, according to Arabic media accounts, “Saudi cleric Nasser al-‘Umar issued a fatwa permitting mujahidin  in Syria to have sex-jihad with their sisters if no one else is available.   The Saudi preacher also praised the mujahidin for their ongoing fight against, in his words, the machine of infidelity and oppression, that is, the Syrian and Iranian regimes.” 


Denpasar. A court in Bali has drawn the wrath of child protection activists over its relatively lenient 18-month jail sentence for a rapist after he offered to marry the 14-year-old victim.
Komang Aditya Pratama, 19, should have faced a minimum of three years in prison, and up to 15, under the charges brought against him from the 2002 Child Protection Law, after he raped the girl multiple times last year.
“This is not right at all and completely inappropriate,” Siti Sapura, an activist from the Denpasar Child Protection Institute, or LPA, who has followed the case from the beginning, told the Jakarta Globe on Thursday.
She lambasted the judges at the Denpasar District Court for failing to uphold the spirit of the child protection law, and accused prosecutors of “playing cat and mouse” to keep the victim’s family in the dark about the charges and punishment they were seeking against the defendant.
Siti also questioned why the verdict hearing on Wednesday was open to the press, in clear violation of the law, which requires trials involving minors to be heard behind closed doors.
Aditya was arrested by police in Denpasar in February after the family of the 14-year-old girl reported him to the police for raping her on several occasions last year. The girl is currently seven months’ pregnant.


FAISALABAD / BAHAWALPUR: Two women were attacked with acid in separate incidents on Wednesday.
Police said Saima Bibi*, a resident of New Garden Town, had exchanged angry words with her husband over a domestic matter. Her husband and his brother then attacked her with acid.
Saima Bibi received burns and was taken to Allied Hospital.
Dr Umar Daraz, on duty at the Emergency Ward,said Saima Bibi had received serious burns on her back, shoulders and arms. He said they were providing her intensive treatment but her condition was critical.
A 17-year-old was attacked with acid allegedly during a rape attempt. Police have arrested one of the suspects.
The girl’s father, a resident of Chak 104P near Rahim Yar Khan, told police that one of their neighbours used to call his daughter and would threaten her. He said his daughter had told him about the phone calls so he had visited the boy’s parents and complained to them.
He said on Tuesday night, his daughter had gone to the washroom when the boy and one of his friends overpowered her and tried to rape her. He said his daughter raised hue and cry and the boy threw acid at her and fled. He said he took his daughter to a hospital. Doctors said her face and neck had been badly burned and she was in a critical condition.


LAHORE: 
A man killed his wife in Badami Bagh on Thursday for not allowing him to marry another woman, police said.
They said the man, identified as Tanvir, following an argument with Shehnaz Begum in Badar Colony, hit her with an iron rod. Shehnaz, the mother of three, was taken to a hospital where she succumbed to her injuries, police said.
They said they had arrested Tanvir and sent the body for autopsy.


Woman found stabbed to death in suspected terror attack

Police found Shelly Dadon, 20, dead near Migdal Haemek; another woman was killed in Ashkelon, southern Israel.

Two women were stabbed to death in Ashkelon, southern Israel, and Migdal Haemek in the north on Thursday.


LAHORE  - A man slaughtered his 22-year-old daughter in the name of honour in Nishtar Colony, police sources said on Tuesday. The killer is still at large while the police have registered a murder against him and are investigating.
Muhammad Rasheed slit the throat of his daughter Shahida at his house near Dolam Stop in Nishtar Colony. Shahida was rushed to hospital but died on the way.  The family told the investigators the deceased had a relationship with a man


KHARTOUM, SUDAN (Worthy News)– A woman with child in Khartoum, Sudan, faces death for leaving Islam, according to Morning Star News.
Meriam Yahia Ibrahim, 27, is married to a South Sudanese Christian, which is forbidden for Muslims in Sudan. According to Islamic law, if a Muslim woman marries a non-Muslim, their marriage is illegal: she is considered to be an adulteress and her children are illegitimate.
And should Ibrahim be convicted of both apostasy and adultery, her whipping and execution will be administered right after giving birth to her second child. Until her trial, Ibrahim has been denied bail, medical care for her and her unborn child and has received no assistance from the U.S. Embassy despite the fact her husband is a U.S. citizen.


Manchaster, England -- 
A devoted mum was killed by her violent and controlling husband who then put on her clothes as part of a plot to pretend she was still alive, a court heard.
Rania Alayed, a mum-of-three who had previously lived in Norton, had become ‘too Westernised’ when she was ‘lured’ to a Salford tower block and killed in June last year, a Manchester Crown Court murder trial heard.


MANSEHRA: A local jirga in Shamali area of Battagram has decided to marry off an eight-year-old girl to a 26-year-old man to settle a dispute between two families.
Local sources said that the jirga was held last week to settle a dispute, which was result of the second marriage of the father of the minor girl. They said that father of the minor girl eloped with a married woman few years ago.
The custom of handing over women to rival party for settling a dispute is called vani in the area. The practice is still common in remote parts of upper Hazara.
“We have registered an FIR against a cleric, who solemnised the marriage of Farnaz Bibi with Sadiq Shah, and 12 other people including family members of both the bride and bridegroom,” said Jehanzeb Khan,” the district police officer of Battagram, on Sunday.


Banda Aceh. A woman in Aceh who was gang raped last week after being accused of having extramarital sex now faces the indignity of a public caning for the offense of having an affair.
“We want the couple to be caned because they violated the religious bylaw on sexual relations,” Ibrahim Latif, the head of the Shariah office in the eastern town of Langsa, said of the woman and her companion, a 40-year-old married man, who were raided by a group of men last Wednesday night at the woman’s home.
The woman was raped by the eight vigilantes, three of whom have since been arrested. Her companion was tied up and beaten. The pair were also doused with sewage by the attackers, who later took them to the Shariah police, or Wilayatul Hisbah.
Ibrahim said the fact that the woman had been raped would not be taken into consideration in determining the punishment for the religious crime that she was accused of committing.


TORGHAR: A prayer leader allegedly gunned down his daughter in the name of honour on Sunday morning.
Villagers said Maulana Taoos of Balyani village in Kandar tehsil suspected his daughter, 17-year-old Zubaida, of having an affair with a relative in Karachi.
On Saturday night, he reportedly subjected her to severe torture, forcing her to confess. After Fajr prayers on Sunday, the maulana shot her dead with an AK-47. Zubaida was later buried by villagers.


An Abu Dhabi criminal court sentenced an Asian housemaid to stoning to death after she was found guilty of committing adultery while married.

The maid had been rushed to hospital following abdominal pains and tests showed she was pregnant after sleeping with another man.

Newspapers said the maid confessed in court that she committed adultery and the judge handed down the sentence on the basis of her confession in line with Islamic law.


This is less than two weeks worth of headlines.  The sad part, most of these crimes go unreported.  Look at how many lives were lost or ruined all because of islam.  This madness must stop!  How many more lives have to be lost or ruined in the name of islam?  How much more harm before the mainstream media starts reporting on this horror?  How many more lives destroyed before Western Governments wake up?



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