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Muslim savages kill Christians on Christmas

Muslim savages kill Christians on Christmas

1. The killings

rtx2wddj.jpgChristians in Baghdad celebrated Christmas on Sunday in a heightened state of fear after deadly attacks on Christian-owned shops that sell alcohol.

Two shops next door to each other were riddled with bullet holes and spattered with blood after gunmen opened fire late on Friday in Baghdad’s Ghadeer neighbourhood. Rayan al-Kildani, commander of Babiliyon Brigades, a group of Christian volunteers formed to fight Islamic State militants, said eight Christians and one member of the Yazidi sect had been killed in the attack.

“What a bloody gift they gave us for Christmas,” Joseph Warda, a Christian human rights activist, told Reuters.

Maria Polos, a retired schoolteacher in the district where the attack took place, said she and other Christians were afraid to celebrate the holiday in public.

“We fear getting killed like those in the alcohol shops,” she said. “We feel we’re aliens in this country.”

This year, government forces have been pushing fighters from the militant group Islamic State out of parts of northern Iraq where it had banned the practice of any religion apart from Sunni Islam.

Areas once held by the group have seen their first Christmas services since 2013, and many Christians there have sounded more hopeful than they have for years about the fate of communities that date back to biblical times.

In Baghdad, the capital which is firmly controlled by the Iraqi government and security forces dominated by Iraq’s Shi’ite majority, Christians celebrate Christmas in churches decorated for the holiday. But many say they still live in fear, and do not feel the authorities protect them adequately.

Although the identities of the attackers who struck the liquor store were not known, the area is predominantly Shi’ite and Shi’ite groups have firm control of security. Warda, the human rights activist, said militants from any sect that attacked civilians in the name of religion were “no better than Islamic State”.

Vian Dakhil, a lawmaker from the ancient Yazidi sect, whose members were targeted in northern Iraq by Islamic State for what Western countries described as genocide, also said one Yazidi and eight Christians were killed in the Baghdad attacks.

“The criminals should be brought to justice as soon as possible so that their punishment serves as an example to those who dare kill civilians in the name of religion,” Dakhil said on her Twitter page.


2. The propaganda & taqiyya

Iraq’s Muslims celebrate Christmas in solidarity with Christians. Ammar Hussein, a member of staff at Sama Mall in Baghdad’s busy shopping district Karrada, which has a significant Christian minority, said that Muslims from many walks of life had been buying Christmas trees and other seasonal products.

“Muslims love to share this holiday season with their compatriots,” he said, adding that injustices towards the country’s Christians “are not caused by Muslims but by those who hate Iraq”.

A married Muslim couple said they were buying a small Christmas tree and some gifts because they chose to celebrate Christmas “like the rest of the Islamic holidays”.

“This is the most joyful time of the year,” they said. “We do not need proof of coexistence. We are one people.”

Christians are not the only religious group to be persecuted by Isis. In August 2014, extremist fighters attacked the town of Sinjar in northern Iraq as part of their campaign to eradicate the Yazidi people and “purify” the region of non-Islamic influences.

Honor Killings

honor-killing An honor killing is the murder of a person accused of ‘bringing shame’ on their family or community. Although men can fall victim, most honor killings involve women and girls. The barbarity is unthinkable as most victims are often killed by their own family members, namely parent(s) and male sibling(s). Victims are often murdered for the following reasons: a. Talking to an unrelated male b. Rejecting a marriage partner chosen by family members c. Committing or being accused of adultery d. Becoming pregnant out of wedlock e. Not dressing conservatively enough f. Being a victim of rape (!?). Yes, being raped by some perpetrator(s) then being murdered by family member(s) for it! Ironically, murderers actually get reduced sentences in cases when honor is the motivation. When a murderer is convicted of an honor killing, often they receive no more than two years jail in non-Western countries. According to the United Nations, about 5,000 women are murdered by family members in honor killings every year.

Besides stoning, stabbing, beheading and shooting, burying the victim alive is also a popular method of “Honor” killing in Islamic countries for the immoral and/or mentally challenged followers of the Islamic death cult.

1) USA

A recent study by the U.S. Justice Department quoted research that estimates between 23 and 27 honor killings occur each year in the United States and there are 1,500 forced marriages. Gelareh Bagherzadeh, 30, Iranian activist and researcher, from Houston, TX, was shot to death by Ali Irsan with the helps of his wife, Shmou Ali Alrawabdeh, and their 21-year-old son, Nasim, for helping his daughter to marry a Christian man. Sandeela Kanwal, 25, from Atlanta, GA, was strangled to death by her father, Chaudhry Rashid, Pakistan-born, with a bungee cord, for wanting a divorce. Amina Said, 18, and her sister Sarah, 17, both from Dallas, TX, were shot 11 times by their father, Yaser Abdel Said, Egypt-born, and abandoned in a hotel (Omni Mandalay Hotel) parking lot, for having non-Muslim boyfriends. “Honor”-killing of Amina Said. Aasiya Zubair Hassan, 37, from New York City, was stabbed and beheaded by her husband, Muzzammil Hassan, the Pakistan-born founder and owner of Bridges TV, for divorcing him. Noor Almaleki, 20, in a Phoenix valley, AZ, was run over and killed by her father, Faleh Hassan Almaleki, Iraqi-born, for being “too Westernized“. Abbas’ father and sister, 21, were shot and killed in their village, by Mohammad Ajmal Choudhry, a Pakistan-born New York City cab driver, for helping his daughter to get away from forced marriage. Palestina (Tina) Isa, 16, from St. Louis, MO, was stabbed and killed by her parents, Zein and Maria Isa, Palestine-born, for dating a non-Muslim boy. Shaima Alawadi, 32, mother of 5, was beaten to death with a car iron by her husband, Iraq-born, for wanting a divorce. Fauzia A. Mohammad, 19, from Henrietta, N.Y., was stabbed and killed by her brother, for immodest dressing. Hatice Peltek, 39, from Scottsville, N.Y., was stabbed and killed by her husband, Ismail Peltek, Turkey-born, for being raped, along with her daughter, by his brother (!?) Dr. Lubaina Bhatti Ahmed, from St. Clairsville, Ohio, along with her father and child, were stabbed and killed by her husband, for wanting a divorce. Marlyn Hassan, 29, late in pregnancy with twins, from Jersey City, NJ, along with her mother and sister, were stabbed and killed by her husband, Alim Hassan, a Guyanese Muslim, for refusing to convert from Hinduism to Islam.

2. UK

There are now more than 100 Sharia Courts in U.K. officially legalize “Honor”-killings. And yes, U.K. has fallen to Muslim invaders! The land of Sir. Isaac Newton and Winston Churchill has quickly been reduced to “NO-GO” zones, terror slumps, and jihadi centers (aka mosques) in just a few decades. Laura Wilson, 17,  from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, was stabbed and killed. She became the first white victim of honor killing in UK Banaz Mahmod, 20, was strangled by her father and uncle just hours before she was buried in a Birmingham garden, for divorcing her first husband from an arranged marriage and falling in love with another man. Her cousin who helped burying her body was “still proud of what he did”, according to the judge.

“Honor” killing of Banaz Mahmod. Tulay Goren, 15, from Woodford Green, north London, was kidnapped, drugged, and killed by her father for running away from home to live with her boyfriend, a Muslim from a different sect. Surjit Athwal, 27, was strangled and thrown into a river by her husband with the help of his mother, for wanting a divorce. Samaira Nazir, 25, from Southall, west London, was stabbed 18 times and killed by her brother and cousin, for trying to run away from home.   Man killed his wife and injured 3 daughters with fire 

3. Canada

Zainab Shafia, 19, Sahar Shafia, 17, and Geeti Shafia, 13, from Montreal, along with their first step mother (via secret, illegal polygamous arrangement) Rona Amir Mohammad, 52, were drowned by their parents, Tooba Mohammad Yahya and Mohammad Shafia, Afghanistan-born, for being too Westernized.

“Honor”-killings of all females of the whole family Zainab Shafia, 19, Sahar Shafia, 17, and Geeti Shafia, 13, Rona Amir Mohammad, 52. Aqsa Parvez, 16, from Toronto, was strangled and killed by her father, Muhammad Parvez and brother, Waqas Parvez, both Pakistan-born, for refusing to wear a hijab and running away from home. Shahdady, from Toronto, was strangled and killed by her husband Abdul Malik Rustam, Pakistan-born, in a burqa, for wanting a divorce.

4. Pakistan

%83 of Pakistanis support stoning for adultery, and only 8 percent oppose it. %40 of Pakistanis support honor-killingStoning death of 25-year-old Pakistani woman puts focus on views about honor killingss for premarital sex  Sajjad Ahmed, 26, and Muawia Bibi, 18, were decapitated by the bride’s family, for refusing a forced marriage. Saba Masqood, 18, was shot and left for dead inside of a sack in a canal by her brother, for refusing a forced marriage. Pregnant Farzana Parveen, 25, was killed with bricks, outside a court building, by a group of 20 people, including her relatives and immediate family members, for refusing a forced marriage and instead romancing her future husband Mohammad Iqbal who had killed his first wife 6 years ago so he could (re)marry Parveen. Although the issue of honor killings is mostly associated with women, %33 of Pakistanis said that honor killings of men can be often (%23) or sometimes justified (%10).          

Honor Killings

Honor Killings

Uzbekistan showed the largest gap (-%14) of Muslims disapproving of women (%60) committed honor killings versus those committed by men (%46). In other words, the Muslims here were misogynistic even in judging criminal, murdering acts perpetrated by, not on, women. Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iraq, and Afghanistan earned the less than exemplary distinction of being the countries with the smallest percentages of Muslims disapproving honor-killings (averagely %47, %36, %28, %24, respectively), or with the largest percentages of Muslims approving honor-killings, (averagely  %53, %64, %72, %76, respectively).  Jordan, IraqEgypt, and Lebanon interestingly showed the largest gaps  (averagely %47, %11, %10, and %10, respectively) of Muslims disapproving honor-killings committed by Muslim men versus those committed by Muslim women, with more disapproval toward those committed by Muslim men (!?). For example, %81 Jordanians disapproved honor killings committed by men, but only %34 Jordanians disapproved those committed by women. Taqiyya/kitman were involved? 



5. Afghanistan

19-year-old Muslim girl named Rokhshana from Firozkoh, stoned to death for refusing a forced marriage, Ghor Province, Afghanistan, Nov 3rd, 2015. 10 year old girl was raped (and slated for honor killing) by a mullah, 45 Amina, 18, from Baghlan Province, was shot to death by her family, for running from home and refusing a forced marriage

6. Syria

Fayyez stabbed his sister five times in the head and back while she was sleeping, shattering the base of her skull and nearly severing her spinal column.

7. Iran


Women are chattel (properties), lower than cattle, and NOT human, under Sharia Law.


8. Conclusion:

Muslims are indeed developmentally, morally, and behaviorally lower than animals, because most animals do NOT usually slaughter their own mates or offspring as Muslims routinely do in “Honor” killings. Whether this is due to the negative effect of innate factor like inbreeding or environmental factor like drinking camel urine, it has yet been determined.  

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