Monthly Archives: November 2012

Muslim in Ireland Threatens to Kill Daughter for Talking to a Boy

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DublinThe man is the master of his women in Islam.  According to tribal and Islamic culture, Didani has lost his honor and will have to shed her blood to regain it. His daughter has lost her friend, her education and now her life and security are threatened.  This story is played out many times every day in the countries where Muslims live.A man who attacked and threatened to kill his daughter at knife point for walking to college with a black friend has avoided a prison sentence.

Hakim Didani (47) assaulted his teenage daughter and made threats against her life while holding a knife in one hand and a screwdriver in the other.

Dublin Circuit Criminal Court heard that Didani held a knife to his then 17-year-old daughter’s face and threatened to bring her to a forest to kill her.

Algerian national Didani, of Mount Egan Green, Leopardstown, Dublin 18, pleaded guilty to making threats to kill and assault of his daughter on the morning of November 18th, 2010. The man has since been cut off from his family and has not been allowed return to the family home in Dublin 15.

Garda Kevin Mention told Una Tighe BL, prosecuting, that Didani became angry when he spotted his daughter walking to college at the Blanchardstown Institute of Technology with her friend. He drove up alongside the pair and started shouted abuse out the window at them. He called his daughter a whore and a cow, before shouting: “You needn’t come home tonight.”

Garda Mention said Didani gestured at his daughter’s friend and said: “He’s black,” before driving off. The teenager became upset and was comforted by her friend, who gave her a hug.

Didani then did a U-turn and pulled up alongside the two friends again. This time he brandished a screwdriver, pointed it at his daughter’s friend and said: “Come here, come here.”

The student ran away when the man tried to get out of his car while brandishing the screwdriver. Didani shouted after the student, saying he would be waiting outside college to get him, before ordering his daughter into the car. He began hitting his daughter in the face while shouting at her as he drove towards their home.

The court heard that he stopped the car in a bus lane and started hitting her with the handle of the screwdriver. “If I get you to a forest right now I’ll kill you,” he told his daughter.

When they got back to the house, the girl was ordered inside. The court heard she wanted to run away but was too afraid. Didani began beating her before she had a chance to close the door behind her, which caused her to fall to the ground. He continued to kick and hit her while she lay on the ground before emptying the contents of her handbag on the floor.

Didani then walked into the kitchen and returned with a kitchen knife in one hand, while still holding the screwdriver in the other. He put the knife to her face and said: “I’m going to kill you.”

Read the rest: Honor Violence in Dublin

Syrian Women Are Being Abused and Raped

Abused WomanSyria is a country facing continued violence, with activists reporting massive bombings on Wednesday as the world’s attention turned to Gaza, where a ceasefire was agreed upon by Israel and Hamas.

But for women and children in Syria, they are continuing to be targeted and reports of rape and execution of women in the country are quickly becoming daily.

According to one female activist, speaking to Bikyamasr.com on condition of anonymity from inside Syria, the media coverage of violence against women in the country is “less than the reality.”

She added that “women in Syria are being raped, often in front of their husbands, tortured and murdered by the government. It is a horrible thing to be a woman in this country.”

The United Nations has called on the government to allow women and children to leave cities under siege, but soldiers appear unwilling to acquiesce, instead raping and murdering women in the city and other areas of the country.

Read the rest: Syrian Girls Facing Sexual Violence 

We aren’t told if these are Muslim or Christian women.  It is sunna to rape Christian infidels but if Muslim women are obeying the sharia law, then they should not be touched.

20 Nigerian Women Killed for Wearing Western Clothes

Nigerian Women in Western ClothesA day after 10 men were killed in Maiduguri, at least 20 women, some clad in mini-skirts and others in slacks, were slaughtered in their Maiduguri homes and college dormitories.

While members of the Boko Haram terrorist organization Boko Haram organization are suspected of committing the heinous terrorist acts, police have not confirmed the identities nor arrested any suspects.

Members of the radical Islamic terrorist group believe Western education is sinful. The group is a jihadist militant organization based in northeast Nigeria that violently opposes man-made laws and modern science, according to an allafrica report.

Friday, the Nigerian Joint Task Force, Operation ‘Restore Order,’ placed a bounty on suspected terrorists and members of Boko Haram.

The new execution-style violence is different than other recent killings conducted by Boko Haram Muslims in that it targeted women only. Authorities believe the women may have been slaughtered due to dressing in Western style.

Read the rest: 20 Nigerian Women Killed for Wearing Western Clothes.

A Crowd of 300 Egyptian Men Sexually Assault Three Women

Men try to pull in a woman to assault during a protestA crowd of 300 young people on Sunday sexually assaulted three women near Tahrir Square, according to a report on the website of Egypt’s flagship paper Al-Ahram.

After the assault, which took place near the Qasr al-Dobara Church that is used as a field hospital in the current protests, the women ran to the nearby Mugamma administrative building in Tahrir Square, the Al-Ahram journalist present wrote about the incident.

Their assaulters followed them there, but the employees of the building closed the doors to block them out. Dozens of other demonstrators, who had been holding a sit-in in the square, then beat the assaulters with sticks and rocks to disperse them, and took the women to their tents in the center of the square.

The report said the Al-Ahram photographer could not take pictures of the women being assaulted, as the assaulters threatened to destroy his camera.

Read more: Egyptian Women Sexually Assaulted by 300 Men in Tahrir Square.

These Muslim male sex maniacs are like dogs who copulate in public in front of everyone.

Surely it’s the beginning of the Arab Winter for Egyptian women.

Yemeni Women Want Human Rights

Activist Women in YemenYemen has only one female lawmaker in parliament and nearly 60 percent of women are illiterate

“My face is not shameful; I have every right to walk in the street without covering my face and not be cursed or harassed by people,” posted a 20-year-old Yemeni girl on her Facebook page. Her comment drew mixed reactions, reflecting Yemenis’ polarized positions regarding women’s rights.

“You are right and we all stand by you,” posted Yusif Saleh, adding “Who said women’s faces are shameful?

But another responder, Mohammed Ali, felt very differently. “You can’t under any circumstances call into question our Islamic teachings and you just have to take them as they are,” he wrote.

Muslim scholars do not agree on whether showing a woman’s face is permitted under Islam. Egyptian scholars unequivocally say yes, while those in Saudi Arabia and Yemen say no.

But the issue goes far beyond whether women can show their face. Women in Yemen, who account for just over half of the country’s population, complain of inequality, discrimination and denial of their basic rights. They say they are widely regarded as secondary to men and that unfair tribal and traditional restrictions are imposed on them.

“Women’s rights are ignored and violated in our community,” math teacher Asma Al-Wesabi, 30, told The Media Line. “Before marriage, the father and brothers act as guardians for the woman and when she marries, she gets a new guardian, her husband.”

Covered in black from head to toe including a veil over her face, she said: “Most of us have no say in important matters that concern us, like choosing our husbands, because it’s up to our guardians —either fathers or elder brothers — to decide for us. And we have to accept what they say, even if we disagree with them.”

Read the rest: Women in Yemen Yearn for Freedom.

This is the result of closely following the doctrine of Islam.  Will these women ever obtain basic human rights?  They haven’t been able to so in 1,400 years due to the doctrine which is considered by Muslims as eternal, unchanging and immutable.  So why would it change now?  The more religious the Islamic country, the fewer rights women have.

Tracking Traveling Saudi Women

Burqa with Prison BarsDenied the right to travel without consent from their male guardians and banned from driving, women in Saudi Arabia are now monitored by an electronic system that tracks any cross-border movements.

Since last week, Saudi women’s male guardians began receiving text messages on their phones informing them when women under their custody leave the country, even if they are travelling together.

Manal al-Sherif, who became the symbol of a campaign launched last year urging Saudi women to defy a driving ban, began spreading the information on Twitter, after she was alerted by a couple.

The husband, who was travelling with his wife, received a text message from the immigration authorities informing him that his wife had left the international airport in Riyadh.

“The authorities are using technology to monitor women,” said columnist Badriya al-Bishr, who criticised the “state of slavery under which women are held” in the ultra-conservative kingdom.

Women are not allowed to leave the kingdom without permission from their male guardian, who must give his consent by signing what is known as the “yellow sheet” at the airport or border.

The move by the Saudi authorities was swiftly condemned on social network Twitter — a rare bubble of freedom for millions in the kingdom — with critics mocking the decision.

Read the rest: Saudi Arabia Implements Electronic Tracking of Women.

According to sharia law, women should not travel by themselves but should always be accompanied by a male family member even if they have permission from their husbands.

Muslim Man Beat and Slashed the Throat of his Sister-in-law Out of Shame

An unemployed and homeless man beat his sister-in-law with a dumbbell bar and cut her throat leaving her to bleed to death in the arms of her young children – out of shame at his lack of ‘status’ in the community.

Foyez Ahmed, 31, flew into a rage and beat 38-year-old Razu Khan before slashing her throat with a kitchen knife, severing her wind pipe and blood vessels, and fleeing the family home. 

He was starting a life sentence in jail today, ordered to serve a minimum 22 year prison term at Manchester Crown Court after pleading guilty to murder.

Bangladeshi Ahmed, who had no job, no money, no home and no prospect of marriage, had tried to ‘calm himself down’ by consulting the Koran, but ‘lost it’ after believing that Mrs Khan had laughed at him.

Three of Mrs Khan’s four children and her 13-year-old niece were upstairs when Ahmed attacked her and were alerted to what had happened by her screams.

Her 13-year-old daughter held her hand as she lay dying on the sofa while her 17-year-old son tried in vain to revive her.

She died in hospital from her injuries.

Read the rest here.    (h/t to Atlas Shrugs)

Women in Mali Arrested for Not Wearing Veils

Dead FlowersIn Islamist-controlled Timbuktu, a local official said dozens of women were arrested on Thursday by Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) for not wearing veils.

“The Islamists were going into homes to arrest unveiled women,” he said.

The women were being “imprisoned” at a disused bank, a medical source added, as AQIM militants vowed to continue the crackdown in the city which they control with Islamist group Ansar Dine, saying “that nothing can prevent them from doing so”.

Read the rest: Women in Mali Arrested for Not Wearing Veils

The flowers of the Arab Spring are wilted and dying.

Over 5,000 Saudi Girls Under the Age of 14 Are Married

Young Girl with Text: Muhammad married Aisha when she was six years oldThere have been 5,622 marriages where the bride is under the age of 14 in Saudi Arabia, said Ali Abdul Rahman Al Roumi, a social services academic at Imam Mohammad Bin Saud Islamic University, adding that specifying a legal age would not solve the problem, and may lead to “even bigger problems”.

A number of families from “rural areas” have been marrying their daughters off to older, rich men, according to the Saudi owned Al Hayat newspaper.

We must solve this, by at least looking at the difference in age in cases where the bride is young, in which case it can be deceptive” he said. He did not specify what period of time that figure represents.

Read the rest: More Than 5000 Brides under 14 in Saudi Arabia.  (h/t to thereligionofpeace.com)

And why does the imam not want to specify a legal age for marriage?  Because according to Islamic doctrine, Mohammed married his wife Aisha when she was six years old and consummated the marriage when she was nine.  And if Mohammed did it, then it’s sunnah and permitted for all Muslims.

Iranian Lawmakers Consider Curtailing Adult Women’s International Travel


IranAir Passenger PlaneLawmakers in Iran are preparing to consider legislation that may drastically alter an adult woman’s ability to obtain a passport and travel outside the country.

The draft law, set to go before the 290-seat Majlis, stipulates that single women up to the age of 40 must receive official permission from their father or male guardian in order to obtain travel documents.

Under current law, all Iranians under 18 years of age — both male and female — must receive paternal permission before receiving a passport. Married women must receive their husband’s approval to receive the documents.

The proposal is expected to find support in the conservative Majlis.

Critics say the draft law is the latest attack on women in a country whose Islamic leaders are eager to scale back a burgeoning rights movement.

Human rights lawyer and Nobel Peace laureate Shirin Ebadi told RFE/RL’s Radio Farda that Iran’s interpretation of Shari’a law puts girls and women at a distinct disadvantage. “According to our laws, if a 9-year-old girl commits a criminal offense, she will be tried and punished exactly as a 40-year-old person would,” Ebadi says. “But if she wants to leave the country she is required, until the age of 40, to get permission from her father [for a passport]. If her father is deceased, she has to get permission from a judge.”

Read the rest: Iran Lawmakers Consider Curtailing Adult Women’s Travel 

This draft law is sunnah and follows the gender inequality of sharia law.