The journaillie is becoming increasingly creative.
Or could it be that Japanese and Chinese complained about the use of “Asian” Â when these murders are Â 99.9 % part and parcel of the Muselmanic cultural enrichment program?
Yesterday we had this:
“is it fairÂ to allege religious motives behind the act only because the killer and his victims were Muslims?”
No, its obviously not “fair” to tell the truth about Islam, that makes conspiracy theorists like Amrutha Gayathri Â piss and moan about Â “the stupefying anti-Islamic bigotryÂ that leads to allegations of this nature, showing the Islamic religion in a bad light…..“
But somehow, the truth will out:
‘Honour’ violence against women from ethnic minorities in UK doubles in three years
London, Dec 28 (ANI): The number of women from Britain’s ethnic communities stepping forward to report honour- related violence has more than doubled in three years, new figures have revealed.
- “Nightmare Year” for Women In Rapidly Re-Islamizing Turkey: 80 Women Murdered For Wanting to Live As They Saw FitÂ (Atlas Shrugs)
In Texas,Â a mass murder took place that was an Islamic honor killing. A man killed his family in a rage over his daughter’s non-Muslim boyfriend. It is no accident or coincidence thatÂ Muslims commit 91 percent of honor killings worldwide. Islamic law specifies that there is no penalty for a father who kills his child, and in many Muslim countries, honor murders are only lightly punished — with Islamic clerics resisting the strengthening of those punishments…..
Update from GoV:
‘Honour’ violence against women from ethnic minorities…..Â
Figures from the Metropolitan Police show that in the 12 months to April 2011 there were 443 incidents reported cases of honour violence or forced marriage in London alone, more than double that in 2007-08.
A separate recent survey of all police forces, using Freedom of Information Act, revealed that there were nearly 3,600 reported cases nationwide in 2010, The Telegraph reports.
Police figures have also revealed that a significant proportion of victims drop their cases after initially coming forward.
Campaigners warn that recorded cases may be just the “tip of the iceberg” with thousands of incidents going unreported each year because of fear of reprisal, family pressure or inconsistent police recording.
“The figures are woefully underestimated, we are dealing with the tip of the iceberg, we don’t know how many thousands are at risk because it is a hidden crime and there is no statutory duty to record it,” said Jasvinder Sanghera, the founder of the victim support group Karma Nirvana.
“This is an issue for British born subjects, we have really got to acknowledge that and move away from being ‘culturally sensitive’ and fear of being called racist, it’s an issue of child protection,” the paper quoted her, as saying.
Sanghera also urged people from all backgrounds to show support for criminalising forced marriage during the consultation.
“This is not a cultural issue, it’s an issue of abuse and while we tiptoe around it we are giving power to the perpetrators,” she added. (ANI)