“Honour killing is our export to Canada”

Sheik yer’mami: Eye on Canada


Truth and denial —Farrukh Saleem


Honour killing is our export to Canada. Women who do not wear hijab are not virtuous. Hijab is a Muslim woman’s identity. Hijab is religion. Hijab is the sixth pillar. Hijab symbolises sexual modesty. The West is conspiring to crush Islamic identity. Fact or fiction?

Here’s a fact: Aqsa has been murdered. For us, denial is not an option. According to the United Nations Population Fund more than 5,000 women worldwide fall victim to honour killing. Denial is not an option.A

According to the UN’s Special Rapporteur “honour killings had been reported in Egypt, the Islamic Republic of Iran, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Pakistan, the Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey and Yemen”. Egypt is 90 percent Muslim, Iran 98 percent, Jordan 92 percent, Lebanon 60 percent, Morocco 99 percent, Pakistan 97 percent, the Syrian Arab Republic 90 percent and Turkey 99 percent. Of the 192 member-states of the United Nations almost all honour killings take place in nine overwhelmingly Muslim countries. Denial is not an option.

More recently, honour killings have taken place in France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Canada. Intriguingly, all these honour killings have taken place in Muslim communities of France, Germany, the United Kingdom and Canada. Denial is not an option.

Here’s another fact:

Illiteracy and honour killings are correlated.

Jacobabad District has a literacy rate of 23 percent, the lowest in Sindh. Jacobabad has the highest rate of crimes of honour; 91 honour killings in 2002. In illiteracy, next to Jacobabad are Ghotki and Larkana. Both Ghotki and Larkana have high rates of crimes of honour: 67 honour killings in Ghotki and 62 in Larkana. Hyderabad, on the other hand, has a literacy rate of 44 percent and there were 5 honour killings in 2002.

Denial is not an option.

Dr Farrukh Saleem is an Islamabad-based economist and analyst

Who will mourn Aqsa Parvez?


Khalid Hasan


* Some Muslims are coming out to tell the truth. Interesting development:

The most shameful part of the Aqsa tragedy lies in the online and offline rumours that those who consider themselves “rightly guided” have been circulating. Some suggested that she had a black boyfriend (note the racism), others that she was sexually promiscuous, and some even called her a drug pusher. In other words, her father had every moral right to kill her, is the message. The Canadian imams, many of them in their self-styled attires and operatic headgear came out with other justifications. Sheikh Alaa El-Sayyed, imam of a Toronto mosque, said, “Women who wear hijabs occupy higher positions in Islam, according to religious teachings.” Where did the imam get that because nowhere does Islam lay that out? He also said, “We cannot let culture supersede religion. If we stay away from the teachings of Islam, we will pay for it.” Translated into straight language, it means that since Aqsa stayed away from the teachings of Islam, she had to “pay for it”.

More from the Daily Times


The future belongs to Islam

Mark Steyn

The Muslim world has youth, numbers and global ambitions. The West is growing old and enfeebled, and lacks the will to rebuff those who would supplant it. It’s the end of the world as we’ve known it. An excerpt from ‘America Alone’.



* The Islamophobia Myth

Daniel Pipes


The Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC) administers the Canadian Human Rights Act.

The CHRC has ruled in favor of:

(1) free speech is an American principle, does no longer apply in Canada and is not a legitimate defense
(2) that the CHRC is all about being a censorship commission
(3) a person can bait another to entice derogatory comments, then charge that person under the act
(4) the monetary penalties levied are payable to the complainant
(5) the offending material may be posted anywhere on the net, it doesn’t have to be in Canada.
(6) material (many verses) from the Bible have been deemed as hate speech
(7) religious beliefs notwithstanding


The operative wording of the Act says:

Is the material likely to expose a person or persons to hatred or contempt by reason that such person or persons are identifiable on the basis of a prohibited ground of discrimination?

To prove this likely, in essence, a complaint has to show that the material was posted on the net, even if it is a repeat of a publication, news report, scientific study, social study, op ed, etc., and the complainant was offended.

This is the Mark Steyn / MacLeans Magazine issue referred to above.

Steyn wrote nothing more or less than what has been written elsewhere, and voiced his opinion. Opinions are no defense, however based upon truth or facts, if some claims to be offended. In a number of cases the defendant has been ordered to refrain from posting anything that may be deemed as hate speech on the net, for terms up to five years, including expressing religious beliefs that may be deemed offensive by some.

The Steyn case herein, is an attempt to effective stop any criticism, debate, discussion, and/or commentary of the state of Islamofacism by Canadians. The case is to go before the CHRC in June. Ironically, June is the second anniversary of the arrest of seventeen individuals who allegedly planned to take over the Canadian parliament and behead the Canadian Prime Minister if he wouldn’t withdraw Canadian troops from Afghanistan. This latter court case in cloaked under a court gag order. It has not come to trial, but expected to start proceedings in 2008.


It is now a crime to tell the truth about Islam

UN moves to kill free speech, passes resolution against “defamation of religions”

Islamic Bloc Scores ‘Defamation of Religions’ Resolution at UN

Although the resolution refers to defamation of “religions,” Islam is the only religion named in the text, which also takes a swipe at counter-terrorism security measures. 

* A sad and troubling show of corruption and contempt for human rights,

free speech and humanity at the carcass of the so-called UN…

Must read..


Mackie spills the beans about the UN:

Little known facts about the United Nations

The first Secretary General of the UN was Alger Hiss who was a U.S. citizen who was also
also a key author of the UN Charter. In 1948, he was exposed as a Soviet spy.

Since the UN was founded in 1945, how many new wars have erupted? Since “man’s best hope for peace” was founded, there have been over 140 wars. Our two no-win wars, Korea and Vietnam (via SEATO) had UN roots.

In 1961, the U.S. State Department published a plan to turn over to the UN a three-stage disarmament program after which America would be left with only “internal security forces” – no military!

Of the first 14 UN Undersecretaries who controlled the UN’s military, all 14
were Communists! At the UN’s founding, it was agreed that the Undersecretary for Political and Security Council Affairs would be chosen by the Soviet Union.

A July, 2001 UN conference had as its ultimate goal, the worldwide seizure of “Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons..” which was a step toward taking guns from civilians in all countries … including the USA!


4 thoughts on ““Honour killing is our export to Canada””

  1. * Honour killing is our export to Canada.
    * More from the Daily Times

    Good, and sad, article.

    A bit of honesty in stark contrast to the spinners of Islam, spinning it as “a teenager issue”, or
    a “domestic violence issue” / “nothing to do with Islam”. I think this article is on WoJ, but worth
    contrasting fact with spin: Death of Aqsa Parvez had nothing to do with Islam, Muslim leaders say – http://www.macleans.ca/article.jsp?content=n1213129A

  2. In the end, doesn’t it just come down to upholding basic, universal human rights? How can that be politically incorrect?

    Ellen R. Sheeley, Author
    “Reclaiming Honor in Jordan”

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