- Brutally Murdered Activist was Investigating Honor Killings…
- Man Punishes Wife’s ‘Infidelity’ by Cutting Daughters’ Throats…
1.) Â Jordan: Police Hand Woman Over to Brother After Finding Her With a Man, Immediately Stabbed 20 Times and Skull Crushed With Rock to “Cleanse Family Honor”….
Saudi Arabia made headlines recently when two young Saudi women, Reem, 21, and Nouf, 19 were murdered by their brother who was attempting to restore his family’s honor.Â What had the women done to dishonor their family?Â They had spoken to men in public.Â
Saudi Arabian law prohibits men and women from mingling in public.Â (A few other Saudi laws include: amputating the limbs of robbers, flogging those who are drunk, and prohibiting women from driving.)
The Saudi Arabian religious police enforce the law that proscribes men and women from ‘mixing’ in public, and aÂ women’s rights groupÂ is blamingÂ the police for this murder: had the women not been arrested, the brother wouldn’t have been compelled to slay his sisters, who he thought were shaming his family.Â Reem and Nouf’s father was present during the murder, and he approved his son’s actions. More>>
UAE: Non-Arab Immigrants May Face ‘Quotas’
Can you imagine what would happen if any country governed by white people instituted a policy like this one? Suppose Sweden or Ireland decided to limited the numbers of non-Europeans it would allow in as immigrants?
Why, the howls of outrage would resound through the halls of the UN and the EU!Â
Lets save the world by destroying it:
by Phyllis Chesler
Why don’t we save battered women by giving them refuge in the U.S.?
Fellow Americans: Prepare to receive the entire female population of Pakistan sometime soon. And that’s just for starters. I don’t oppose thisâ€”but I honestly don’t know if we can economically afford to do it. Given the recession/depression, I rather doubt we can. But get ready for something like this to happen anyway.
Today, the Obama administration reversed a Bush-era policy and opened the way for “foreign women who are victims of severe domestic beatings and sexual abuse to receive asylum in the United States.” The battered women will have to meet “strict conditions for asylum” and will also have to show that “domestic abuse is widely tolerated in their country…that they could not find protection from institutions at home or by moving to another place within their own country.”