Iraq: girl suicide bomber may have been forced into it by husband's "female relatives"

Girl suicide bomber shows ‘al Qaeda’s desperation’


Girl suicide bomber may have been forced into it by husband’s “female relatives”


*  You thought your in-laws were bad? We have seen good Muslims try to get their pregnant infidel wife’s on flights while carrying (unbeknownst to them)  a bomb in their baggage. Anything to establish the religion of the  meshugge prophet:  “Girl suicide bomber shows ‘al Qaeda’s desperation,'” from the New Zealand Herald



Dad Arrested for Kidnapping Daughter to Stop Marriage to Non-Muslim

* Non Muslims do it all the time. Who, in his right mind, would want his daughter to marry a guy who wears a coffee-filter?

Islamic law, of course, forbids a Muslim woman to marry a non-Muslim man. Sharia Alert: “Dad Arrested for Kidnapping Daughter to Stop Marriage to Non-Muslim,” from AP, 



Man convicted over Shia flogging

Syed Mustafa Zaidi  

Zaidi had denied child cruelty
 This is a part of our religion
Syed Mustafa Zaidi 

A devout Shia Muslim has been convicted of child cruelty after forcing two boys to beat themselves during a religious ceremony, in an unprecedented case.

The jury at Manchester Crown Court found 44-year-old Syed Mustafa Zaidi guilty of two counts of child cruelty.

The boys, aged 13 and 15, were forced to beat themselves with a zanjeer whip, with five curved blades.

Zaidi, of Station Road, Eccles, Salford, also flogged himself during the ceremony in January.

The court heard the boys admit that they had wanted to beat themselves, but not under duress and not with the whip.

The Ashura ceremony takes place during Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar and commemorates the death of Husayn, a central figure in the Shia faith.


Zaidi admitted he allowed them to use the bladed whip, but denied his actions were wrong, saying: “This is a part of our religion.”

A local Muslim leader Safdar Zia has said the community was now working with police and the Crown Prosecution Service on a code of practice for the Ashura practice.


“We cannot eliminate this practice, but we can and will work to a code of practice so that the children don’t get hurt, the law isn’t broken, and the people who do want to take part don’t get prosecuted,” he said.

“We have to take into account people’s beliefs and their rights, and we will respect them. (No we don’t/ed)

“But we are not above the law and we never will be and working with the authorities is the best chance we’ve got to prevent any harm being brought against any children.”

Zanjeer whip used in the ceremony 

The boys suffered cuts from the zanjeer five-bladed whip

During the trial the 14-year-old boy, who was 13 at the time, said that during the ceremony Zaidi told them both: “Start doing it, start doing it.”

The child told the court: “We said ‘we don’t want to do it’.”

He said he saw Zaidi flogging himself before washing blood from the whip and handing it to the 15-year-old boy.

The boy said Zaidi continued to pressure the older teenager to whip himself.

He said the 15-year-old boy “swung it once or twice and said ‘I don’t want to do it anymore’.”

Zaidi told the court: “It was an emotional time and the children were happy, they asked for it. No one forced anyone.

“If I’d known this would be the result of breaking the law I would never have done it.”

 This is a very unusual case and the first of its kind to be prosecuted by the
CPS in England and Wales
Carol Jackson, CPS

The boys both received multiple lacerations to their backs, mainly superficial, with several deeper cuts.

Supt Nadeem Butt, of Greater Manchester Police, said: Zaidi had “abused the vulnerability” of the children, gone against the wishes of his own community and broken the law.

Carol Jackson, of the Greater Manchester Crown Prosecution Service (CPS), said the prosecution “was not an attack upon the practices or ceremonies of Shia Muslims”.

“Indeed, the prosecution relied as part of its evidence upon the president of the local Shia community centre,” Ms Jackson said.

“We are satisfied that, given the age of the children involved, the coercion employed by Syed Mustafa Zaidi, who did not accept that he was wrong, and the possibility of such an incident occurring again, the decision to prosecute by the Crown Prosecution Service was the correct one.

“This is a very unusual case and the first of its kind to be prosecuted by the CPS in England and Wales.”

Zaidi will be sentenced on 24 September.





3 thoughts on “Iraq: girl suicide bomber may have been forced into it by husband's "female relatives"”

  1. It is indeed a pity these Muslims do not have the least bit of business sense. I have a labour saving money making idea for them. I know dozens who would be not only too happy to flog them, a thorough professional flogging is guaranteed, but we would all be only to willing to pay for the pleasure.

  2. I’m surprised the left is not up in arms to protect this idiot’s freedom of religious expression!

    After all it’s only Christians in the west that cannot spank or speak too harshly to their underachieving brats. All the better to pave the way for the thrust of the Islamic invasion.

  3. I was feeling very depressed one day so I called a help line. Apparently this help line had been out sourced to a call centre in Pakistan, anyway I told them I was very depressed and suicidal. Right away they got real excited and asked me if I could drive a truck.

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