Saturday, March 14, 2015

Toronto Muslim Male In Burka Murders Woman For Leaving Islam


 ISLAM in a nutshell

Story HERE.

The facts, as the judge outlined them, pointed to an “honour killing,” a crime distinct from other murders because its motive is to cleanse perceived family dishonour caused by a wife’s or daughter’s behaviour. “Canada’s openness and generosity do not extend to barbaric cultural practices that tolerate… ‘honour killings,’” says the federal Discover Canada guide issued to new immigrants.

But the judge never said the two key words.

“Man gets life sentence for murdering wife,” read the Toronto Star’s headline, relegating the crime to a domestic abuse case.

The Toronto Sun went with, “Man who wore ‘burka’ sentenced in estranged wife’s killing.” Not a single other Canadian news outlet reported the story.

Bano Shahdady deserves better.

Not only did she fight her attacker — by clawing at him and surviving his strangulation attempts for a full 30 minutes — but she also fought the Islamist social ideology that had kept her a vassal in her own home.

This is the story nobody else will tell.


2 comments:

Terry Rudden said...

Fortunately, Canada's Criminal Code and sentencing practices do not provide any lenience for "honour killing", "vendettak, "legitima defesa da honra", or any other culturally-sanctioned form of murder. They are all prosecutable to the full extent of the law.

Terry Rudden said...

Oh, and, by the way: the statement that "Not a single other Canadian news outlet reported the story" is a lie. Google "Bano Shahdady".

It's nice to see the failed Sun Media crowd are adhering to the same standards that bankrupted them in the first place. ;)