Honor Corpse Found in Suitcase

(Musel-) man Faces Court Accused Of ‘Honour Killing’

James Jordan, Sky News Online

Banaz Mahmod’s body was found three months after she disappeared

Banaz Mahmod, 20, disappeared from her family home in Mitcham, south London, in January 2006 and her body was discovered in Handsworth, Birmingham, three months later.

Omar Hussain, 30, of Messenger Road, Smethwick, Birmingham, appeared before Greenwich magistrates charged with her murder.

He is also accused of the attempted kidnap of Rahmat Suleimani, Miss Mahmod’s boyfriend, and with attempting to pervert the course of justice.

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Hussain was remanded in custody to appear at the Old Bailey on Tuesday, March 23.
Miss Mahmod’s father, Mahmod Mahmod, an uncle and a third man were jailed for life in 2007 for the killing.

Miss Mahmod began a relationship with Mr Suleimani after leaving an unhappy arranged marriage.

Her father, Mahmod Mahmod, uncle Ari Mahmod and a third man, Mohamad Hama, wer jailed for life in 2007 for the killing.

Mr Suleimani was deemed unsuitable because he did not come from the small group of villages in Iraqi Kurdistan where the Mahmods originated.

8 thoughts on “Honor Corpse Found in Suitcase”

  1. We used to read these kind of stories not very long ago coming out of mystical far, far, far away lands. Now this is happening right in the midst of the “civilized world”. How ironic. I’d like to meet the genius who invited these people and their likes in under the pretext of liberal humanism.

    It’s one thing for a psychopath to lure, stalk and murder young women, but it’s another to have it done in the name of and at the instigation of one’s religion. This is where the dividing truth is blurred to them.

    The perpetrator’s conscious is not pricked by the course of action he has executed for it comes with the territory. Yet, what is painfully irrational is the ease with which vigilante justice is applied as opposed to the practical application of the surrealistic phrase “In the name of god, the merciful, the compassionate” they are known to conjure at the start of anything they do. Naturally, the contradiction is evident and for this reason they are driven by rage characterized by a severe personality disorder and emotional upheaval. They are in search of moral perfection yet are unable to attain it without the shedding of blood. They are in need of a Saviour – just as we all are. This Saviour’s name is the Lord Jesus Christ who died so that we could have eternal life and be set free from the evil that has gripped our souls. He spilled his blood so that we could escape God’s judgment.

  2. “They are in need of a Saviour – just as we all are. This Saviour’s name is the Lord Jesus Christ who died so that we could have eternal life and be set free from the evil that has gripped our souls. He spilled his blood so that we could escape God’s judgment (sic).” What – take one ridiculous superstition and replace it with another? They are in need of being freed from “religion” (superstition) and religious figures of authority, that’s what they’re in need of.
    They’re in need of waking up, throwing away that book and realising this is the 21st century. If a man weren’t brainwashed from birth with all this modesty and honour crap, I’m sure he’d just as soon keep his daughter. I’m not defending any honour-killing father or brother, but the problem is they actually think they’re doing the right thing because they are slaves to the ideology. Unfortunately, instead of changing with the times like other superstitions, it seems that islam is becoming more and more medieval and actively moving backwards.

  3. The fact that she disappeared from her home in Mitcham, and her body was found in Birmingham shows the kind of far-reaching criminal networks that muslims operate throughout Britain. Muslim communities operate on a similar level to secret societies and criminal gangs, they do not cooperate with the “law-of-the-land” instead choosing to settle all matters internally. It is only by way of their own stupidity or some good policing that these things come to light. God only knows how many bodies of young women, many brought here illegally and against their will, have been hidden and never to be seen again!!!

    The bottom line is they operate in a totally seperate state-within-a-state, which will satisfy them until the time comes when they are strong enough to sieze Britain by force. The only way we can stop this is by cracking down hard and fast on things like honour killing and driving the bastards out.

  4. Cecilie,

    Please don’t fall into the ‘moral equivalency’ trap of thinking that all religions are somehow dangerous. What nolaughingmatter states is actually correct, and the evidence that muslims who turn to Jesus have a complete turn around in their lives (and lifestyles) must surely be evidence that having somewhere spiritual to go is better than nowhere to go. I believe that muslims are spiritual people, craving for a meaning to their lives. (Just that they are following a false god, not the real God).

    Rather than giving muslims no hope if they leave their vile religion, best to give them hope in eternal salvation.

    Also please remember, we are on the same side against islam.

  5. In my experience , many muslims convert to Christianity thru dreams , visions and healing experiences..this is true in Malaysia and Pakistan at least..It is an interesting route to Christianity and one which receives little attention.

  6. I said that other religions have changed with the times, didn’t I? Therefore they’re not so dangerous anymore. Or at least, only as dangerous as enlightened people allow them to be.

    What I thought was strange was: Being against one ideology and “deity” while extolling the virtues of another in the same kind of language. Saviour, sins, blood …

    We were actually talking about honour killings. They are and should be a legal matter, which every aspect of law enforcement should take extremely seriously and which people living in places where they happen, shouldn’t look at as just a cultural quirk.

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