A cultured (Musel-)man:
Father who brought daughter, 24, to Britain to learn English stabbed her to death for using a mobile in honour killing
- Faleh Ghazi Albasman, 59, confessed to murdering daughter Mashael, 24
- Kuwaiti Albasman was living with her in Bournemouth flat as her chaperone
- Was ‘boiling with anger’ after she ‘disrespected’ him and said ‘go home’
- After he found her talking on a mobile he stabbed her 13 times in the neck
- Albasman placed in secure hospital after court heard he had brain damage
A Kuwaiti father who brought his daughter to the UK to learn English murdered her in an ‘honour killing’ when he found her using a mobile phone.
After being taken to hospital, Albasman spoke Arabic to a surgeon, asking him what the penalty for honour killings were in Britain, before telling him: ‘it’s all about the honour’. Â Albasman confessed that he was ‘boiling with anger’ when he attacked his daughter, saying she had been ‘disrespectful’ to him and told him ‘to go home’, Winchester Crown Court heard.
The final straw came when he found her talking on a mobile phone, saying that her behaviour had become ‘inappropriate in my culture’.
Read more: Daily Mail
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Â This probably isn’tÂ the worst Muslim marriage story. I’mÂ not sure there can be suchÂ a thing when Mohammed “married” women be had enslaved and raped and married a child, but this horrifying story is yet another reminder of the dangers of marrying into a religion that views women with such unmitigated hatred.
Gaby grew up with her Yemeni father, Ali Abdulla Saleh Yafai, her mother, Mary, who was from Birmingham, and her three sisters Ablah, Ismahan (Isyy) and Yasmin (Yas)
“One witness was our next-door neighbour who gave evidence that she heard Mum screaming ‘No! No! Please don’t… I’m sorry, don’t’ the day mum disappeared.
“A little while later she said she heard scrubbing sounds coming from our kitchen. She also told how she saw Dad and two men carry out a big rolled up carpet later that night and load it into Dad’s meat van.”
Her father was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to six years in prison, of which he served four.
In May 1977 Ali took three of his daughters to his home country, which he had told them was a magical place where fruit would fall out of the trees into their hands.
By magical country, he meant a place where women could be sold.
One of Gaby’s sisters, Issy, resorted to suicide to avoid marrying a 60-year-old man. Issy tried to take an overdose and then cut her wrists but each time she was stopped. She finally succeeded by jumping off the roof of a building before anyone could stop her.
Gaby suffered horrific abuse, and described the aftermath of one beating: “When I finally came around [he] had left me on the floor, soaked in my own blood.
Her father also attacked her and her children and at one point brandished a shotgun and told her: “Today I’m going to kill you the same way I killed your mother.”
What could be the possible cause of all that?
“It was his culture, his traditions “
And the more that culture enters the UK and the US, the more such cases will pile up.