Acid attacker: ‘Hey pretty girl, do you want to drink this?’
VANCOUVER, Wash. â€” A 28-year-old Vancouver, Wash., woman who had acid thrown in her face has undergone surgery at a Portland hospital.
Muslim soldiers never take ‘NO’ for an answer
Turin, 31 August (AKI) – Italian police have arrested a 23-year-old Moroccan man on suspicion of attacking a co-national with acid. The suspect in last Thursday’s attack in Turin was seized on a Naples-bound train in an alleged attempt to evade arrest. Â Also arrested on the train was a 24-year-old friend of the Moroccan man who faces charges of aiding and abetting a criminal. Both are unemployed and in residing Italy illegally.
A 19-year-old Moroccan woman suffered second and third degree burns over 20 percent over her body during the acid attack.
The victim told police that prior to the attack she had rejected her alleged aggressor’s romantic advances. (ADNKRONOS)
Perth: Dr Ali offers better grades to students for sex
A former Perth university academic invited a vulnerable foreign student back to his house and asked her to “satisfy him” for higher marks, Western Australia’s corruption watchdog has found. Dr Ali targeted “young, vulnerable, full fee-paying overseas female students”.(NINE MSM)
Qur’an 4:34: “Good women are obedient….” And it’sÂ just downhill from there. The letter and spirit of Qur’an 4:34 open the door for attempting to control women with violence in Muslim households: Allah says you can hit if you feel you need to.
Authorities did not help Shafilea Ahmed. In 2003,Â she told them: “My parents are going to send me to Pakistan and I’ll be married to someone and left there.” (The mention of the prospective groom being a cousin is also at the preceding link.)
The problem of forced marriages has since gained greater recognition in theÂ U.K.,Â but a day late and a pound sterling short for Shafiliea, whose bodyÂ was found dumpedmonths after she died from being “strangled or smothered.”
“Parents held over death of Shafilea Ahmed,” fromÂ BBCÂ News, September 2:
Sometimes people ask me why more Muslim women don’t speak out against the unspeakable situation for women in Islamic cultures and subcultures. “The taxi driver who doubled as a bounty hunter: For Â£5,000 he tracked down young women fleeing a forced marriage and brought them back to their families,” by Nadeem Badshah for theÂ Guardian, August 29, via JW….