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The 37-year-old Ebtisam M., a mom of four, wasÂ beheaded in Kerpen-Horrem (in Northrhein-Westphalia, Germany). Her children (6, 11, 14 and 16 years old) found the body in a pool of blood. In addition, the fingers were cut off the victim. Judging according to the Arabic name of the victim, it deals possibly with an “honor” beheading with amputation.Â [mehr]
District Attorney Alf Willwacher, however, wishes to render “no commentary regarding the kind of injuries.” The Cologne Homicide Commission is still groping in the dark in their search for the brutal murderer, even though the 41-year-old husband, S., was coincidentally found cleaning out the apartment, and then he was picked up by a friend: “He is considered a witness, not a suspect.” There is still no suspect, and the weapon still hasn’t been found either.
(Translation ofÂ German PI-article by Anders Denken)
The doctor in Donaueschingen told local dailyÂ SchwarzwÃ¤lder Bote on Friday that she believed his name was a declaration of war against all non-Muslims and refused to treat him. (Good move, but then she caved in/ed)
A father has denied an allegation he threatened to kill his daughter and then himself if she converted from their Islam faith to Christianity, a court has heard.
Gold Coast GP Dr Muhammad Hussain also said he had never seen any violence between his wife and daughter, despite Kaihana Hussain taking out an apprehended violence order (AVO) against her parents.
- KaihanaÂ wanted freedom from her parents and wanted to abandon her Islam faith and become a Christian.
Kaihana Hussain, 20, is on trial for the murder her mother Shaheda Hussain and the attempted murder of Dr Hussain by stabbing them both with a knife at the family’s Southport apartment on October 9, 2006. She has pleaded not guilty.
Kaihana, then aged 17, was motivated by a desire for freedom from her parents and wanted to abandon her family’s Islamic faith and become a Christian, a Supreme Court jury in Brisbane has been told. Brisbane Times has more>>
Turkey: Â Buried Alive
Death reopens debate over ‘honour’ killings in Turkey, which account for half of all the country’s murders
The hole where a 16-year-old girl was buried alive by her relatives in Adiyaman, southeastern Turkey Photograph: HO/REUTERS
Turkish police have recovered the body of a 16-year-old girl they say was buried alive by relatives in an “honour” killing carried out as punishment for talking to boys.
The girl, who has been identified only by the initials MM, was found in a sitting position with her hands tied, in a two-metre hole dug under a chicken pen outside her home in Kahta, in the south-eastern province of Adiyaman. The Guardian has more>>