Family executions

Syrian uncle in Finland wanted by Germany in connection with honor murder of niece

Tundra Tabloids 11 October 2012

The TT published the story when it broke in 2009, and republishes it now, in full, below the fold. At the time, the TT received word that K. Hussain (48) was being sought in


Video: Honor killing caught on film

Jihad Watch 25 September 2012

Muslims commit 91 percent of honor killings worldwide. A manual of Islamic law certified as a reliable guide to Sunni orthodoxy by Al-Azhar University, the most respected authority in Sunni Islam, says that "retaliation is obligatory against anyone who kills a human being purely intentionally and without right."


Video: reveals 'honor killing' inside Morsi's Egypt 25 September 2012
By Michael Carl

A stunning video posted on the Internet is evidence that revenge and honor killings are on the increase in Egypt, according to an expert on the region. Middle East analyst Theodore Shoebat,


Father hacks daughter to death 19 September 2012
By Mohammad Asghar

Police said Allah Ditta, the accused, was arrested and confessed to the crime. A blood-stained axe he was believed to have used to kill his 32-year-old daughter Shagufta, was


Egyptian Father Uses Poisonous Snakes to Kill his Daughters

Bulletin of the Oppression of Women 14 September 2012
By Asma Marwan

An Egyptian man killed his three young daughters aged 7, 5 and 3 by letting a poisonous snake bite them. According to ‘Al Youm Al Sabea’a’ newspaper, the three kids were


Video: Top Ten Reasons Why Sharia is Bad for all Societies 4 September 2012

The video clip illustrates the incompatibility of 1400-years-old Islamic law with the everyday trends of the current world societies. The clip has been made based on the article "Top ten reasons why sharia is bad for all societies" by James Arlandson published in American Thinker journal.


‘Honour’ crime: Man arrested for killing mother, four sisters

The Express Tribune 31 August 2012

CHICHA WATNI: A woman and her four daughters were killed in a Chicha Watni village on Wednesday night allegedly by one of her sons. The suspect, Khalid Allah Ditta, 26,


The Threat of Sharia and the Leadership of America’s Two Parties

FrontPage Magazine 29 August 2012
By Eric Allen Bell

Imagine you were a teenage girl in Pakistan, and your parents married you off very young.   The marriage is a disaster but you have no rights.   You flee with your daughter to the U.S., you hide out for two years until the detective he hires finds you. In Pakistan, under the Islamic law there, the means of obtaining a divorce is only available to a man, but never of course to a woman.  He demands full custody of your daughter.  Oh, and he’s accused you of adultery.


Women's group calls for nationwide campaign against honour killing

Stop honour killlings 29 August 2012

ERBIL, Kurdistan Region—One week after its foundation, women’s rights organization Zhiyan [Life] Group organized a demonstration against honor killing in the Kurdistan


Islam is What Muslims Do 28 August 2012
By Mumin Salih

" this is not in Islam, no where in the Quran it says that”.

The above is the excuse commonly used by muslim apologists to distance Islam from the horrific practices of its followers; such as the practice of honor killing or female circumcision.

It is a trick that often works well because sometimes it appears to have some truth in it. In the example of female circumcision, indeed there is no reference to such practice in the Quran. However, the Quran doesn’t make any reference to the practice of male circumcision either, which is a mandatory ritual in all sects of Islam.


Germany: Muslim Executes German Wife and Two Children

Islam versus Europe 22 August 2012

German police are hunting a man suspected of shooting dead his wife and their two children at their home near Düsseldorf on Monday night. Police and public prosecutors said


'I can still see the horror that made me flee Pakistan - in the haunted eyes of girls raised HERE'...

Daily Mail 21 August 2012

When I married V.S. Naipaul and moved to England in 1996, I thought I had left the horror behind. Pakistan had drained my resolve, and I was tired of fighting a losing


‘Honour’-killing in the UK 13 August 2012
By Irfan Husain

DESPITE the blanket coverage the London Olympics has been receiving, the British media devoted considerable time and space to the tragic story of Shafilea Ahmed. When the


‘Honour’ crime: Two women killed, another injured

The Express Tribune 2 August 2012

FAISALABAD: Two women were killed by their brothers and another was injured over ‘honour’ in separate incidents on Wednesday. Tandlianwala Saddar police said that Allah Wasaya, a resident


Islamist Group Executes Two in Northern Mali

Voice of America 31 July 2012

Islamist militants in northern Mali say they have executed a man and a woman for alleged adultery. Sanda ould Bouamama, a spokesman for militant group Ansar Dine, told VOA the


Murder Trial: 'No Plan' To Marry Off Shafilea

Yahoo! News UK  19 July 2012
By Mike McCarthy

A relative of Shafilea Ahmed - the 17-year-old found dead nine years ago - has denied that there were plans to "marry her off". Speaking via video link from Karachi in


Honor Violence in America

Gatestone Institute 19 July 2012
By Abigail R. Esman

Other girls, unable to resolve the conflict between submitting to a marriage, and essentially being raped by a stranger – not to mention the physical torture and possible murder if they resist – prefer to end their lives.

Aiya Altemeemi, aged 19, suffered a punishment last February that none of her schoolmates in Phoenix, Arizona could have imagined: her father cut her throat with a kitchen knife. When she escaped to her bedroom, her mother and sisters followed, tied her to her bed, taped her mouth shut, and beat her.


Video: Mother suspected in UK 'honor murder' implicates husband in teen's killing

CNN 11 July 2012
By Richard Allen Greene

London (CNN) -- Shafilea Ahmed's parents have long denied killing their pretty teenage daughter for shaming the family, but the "honor murder" case that has gripped Britain


Naila Mumtaz death: Family members found guilty of murder

BBC News 11 July 2012

Four members of a Birmingham family have been found guilty of murdering a pregnant woman they believed was possessed by a djinn, or evil spirit. Mohammed Mumtaz, 25, claimed

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