‘Help us save our mother’: Pleas from the children of ‘adulterous’ Iranian woman who faces death by stoning
Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani faces death by stoning after being convicted of adultery
Daily Mail assures us: Stoning sentences were widely carried out after Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution, but have been rare in recent years. (Well, I guess it can’t be all that bad then, unless you’re a bigoted Â racist Islamophobe who opposes Islam…)
As usual, Iran denies everything:
Iran lies at UN: “Completely false” that women are stoned for adultery in Iran; family of woman awaiting stoning says she was unjustly accused
From “UN ‘Sharia-gate Shipwreck’: Landmark Revelation: Why FGM and ‘Violence against Women’ is Taboo,” by David G. LittmanÂ here at Jihad Watch, April 19, 2010, recounting what happened on June 16, 2008, when he was given the floor at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva>>>>
Iranian politician calls Lars LÃ¸kke [Danish Prime Minister] ‘stupid’ and ‘anti-Muslim’ and predicts that Copenhagen will be Islamic by 2025
“They don’t understand our punishment of whipping…”
An Iranian politician has a few choice words to say about Denmark, the Danish prime minister, and human rights. Many thanks to Anne-Kit of Perth, Australia for translating the article and the video, and toÂ Vlad Tepes for the subtitling/thanks to the Gates of Vienna
From the RoP:
Islamic hard-liners in Indonesia pledge war against Christians; government remains silent
But not to worry, AFP assures us:
Indonesia, a secular nation (WTF?) with more Muslims than any other in the world, has a long history of religious tolerance, though a small extremist fringe has become more vocal in recent years. Members of the Islamic Defenders Front, or FPI, have been known to smash bars, attack transvestites and go after minority sects with bamboo clubs and stones.
Now, they are targeting Christians in the fast-growing industrial city of Bekasi. Churches are shut down. And an Islamic youth militia holds its first day of training. AFP
…..that his affair with a married woman was over just a month before he became the intended target of an honour killing in Blackburn, Lancashire, a jury has heard. (Source)
Murder is punishable by death in Jordan but in so-called “honour killings” courts can commute or reduce sentences, particularly if the victim’s family asks for leniency.
Morocco Continues to Purge Nation of Foreign Christians
New wave of deportations raises concerns for foreigners married to Moroccans.
Moroccan authorities are essentially deporting Christians for “proselytism,” which is illegal in Morocco, but in order to justify the deportations they have claimed that the foreigners pose a threat to the state. Compass
As they say: you can always blame da Jooozzz. (Unfortunately, when we checked we couldn’t find any in the Islamic paradise called Pakistan……)
Is our Islamist enemy really just an anger-management therapy group gone rogue? (WaPo)