Kadra, who became famous in Norway for exposing imam support of female circumcision, beaten unconcious in public

Kadra attacked in public

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Norwegian-Somalian Kadra, who became famous in Norway for exposing imam support of female circumcision, was beaten unconscious on Thursday.

Norwegian-Somalian Kadra has taken risks to front her views.

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Kadra was attacked and beaten senseless by seven or eight persons of Somali origin, newspaper VG reports.

“I was terrified. While I lay on the pavement they kicked me and screamed that I had trampled on the Koran. Several shouted Allah-o-akbar (God is great) and also recited from the Koran,” Kadra told VG.

Kadra linked the attack to recent remarks in VG where she said that the Koran’s views on women needed to be reinterpreted.

Kadra said that the gang of Somali men attacked her around 3 a.m. in downtown Oslo on Thursday. A medical examination found that she had several broken ribs, NRK (Norwegian Broadcasting) reports. Kadra filed charges and was due to speak with police on Friday.

The Islamic Council Norway (IRN) condemned the attack on Kadra and urged that she pursue the matter with police.

“Behavior where one goes to physical attack on someone you disagree with violates Islamic teaching and the prophet Muhammad’s sunnah (lifestyle). We strongly object to such behavior,” the IRN said in a press release.

* Lie and deny, deceiving infidels is mandatory in the jihad conquest

Kadra’s role in a 2000 hidden camera TV documentary revealing the positive attitude of Muslim leaders to female circumcision had a massive impact on Norway, and sparked new legislation.

4 thoughts on “Kadra, who became famous in Norway for exposing imam support of female circumcision, beaten unconcious in public”

  1. Kadra said that the gang of Somali men attacked her around 3 a.m. in downtown Oslo on Thursday.

    I’m surprised she isn’t accused of perpetuating the “myth” that Somalis hang around in gangs, and isn’t offered “cultural sensitivity training” to help her to
    dispel the “myth” and improve her understanding of African culture. Perhaps she could enlighten some of the Police hierarchy here, who downplay or deny any African gang problems.

  2. I like the little fib “doesn’t emulate the lifestyle of Mohammed”. Correct me if I’m wrong but we talking about the same Mohammed, aren’t we? The one who had the poetess murdered for mocking him? The one who had a fire lit on the chest of an opponent so that he could suffer an agonising death? You know, they’re right after all. If they had been emulating their beloved prophet, this brave woman would be dead.

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