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    HONOUR KILLINGTeens, 15 and 16, who tried to elope ELECTROCUTED by their family after trib

    https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/445397...ted-relatives/

    HONOUR KILLINGTeens, 15 and 16, who tried to elope ELECTROCUTED by their family after tribal judge ruled they were a ‘symbol of ‘dishonour’

    Police in the city of Karachi have arrested both the fathers and two of the uncles responsible for carrying out the savage double murder
    By Mark Hodge
    13th September 2017, 9:45 am

    Updated: 13th September 2017, 12:48 pm

    TWO Pakistani teenage lovers who tried to elope were murdered with electric shocks by their own family in a brutal tribal “honour killing”, police said.

    The young couple, aged 15 and 17, in the port city of Karachi were said by the Pashtun council of elders, or jirga, to have brought dishonour on the community.
    [IMG]TWO Pakistani teenage lovers who tried to elope were murdered with electric shocks by their own family in a brutal tribal “honour killing”, police said.[/IMG]

    “The innocent souls were tied to a charpai (rope bed) and given electric shocks,” said police officer Aman Marwat.

    Marwat arrested the two fathers and two uncles and is pursuing some 30 members of the jirga who have gone into hiding.

    The 15-year-old girl had allegedly run away with her 17-year-old boyfriend last month, Marwat said.

    “The girl was killed and buried first followed by the murder of the boy the next day,” he added.

    More than 500 people - almost all women - die in Pakistan each year in such killings, usually carried out by members of the victim’s family meting out punishment for bringing “shame” on the community.

    Pakistani teen burned alive by mum and brother after she eloped with boyfriend

    Marwat, who has been in the police for 25 years, said he has dealt with many honour killing cases happening in Karachi.

    “It indicates a tribalisation of society where jirgas exercise more power than law enforcers,” said Zohra Yusuf, a human rights activist in Pakistan.

    Jirgas are often convened, particularly in conservative rural areas, to settle local disputes especially between poor families.

    And although they operate outside the law, their decisions are often honoured and ignored by authorities.

    In this case, the two families had come to an agreement for the pair to get married, together with a financial settlement to be paid to the girl’s family, according the Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum, a non-governmental organisation that works in the area.

    Gran and husband jailed for 'honour' killing

    “The girl’s side had agreed but not the jirga and they warned that if the two families did not carry out the barbaric deed, their family in their village back home would have to bear the consequences,” said Zia Ur Rehman, a Pakistani journalist who first reported on the case.

    The case highlights the influence of tribal councils and social pressures in Pakistan, which are often more powerful than the law.

    “Laws seem useless,” said Maliha Zia Lari, associate director with Karachi-based Legal Aid Society.

    “The boy’s father did not think he could seek protection from the state and the jirga members did not fear any reprisals from it either.”


    Marwat, who has been in the police for 25 years, said he has dealt with many honour killing cases happening in Karachi.

    “It indicates a tribalisation of society where jirgas exercise more power than law enforcers,” said Zohra Yusuf, a human rights activist in Pakistan.

    Jirgas are often convened, particularly in conservative rural areas, to settle local disputes especially between poor families.

    And although they operate outside the law, their decisions are often honoured and ignored by authorities.

    In this case, the two families had come to an agreement for the pair to get married, together with a financial settlement to be paid to the girl’s family, according the Pakistan Fisherfolk Forum, a non-governmental organisation that works in the area.


    “The girl’s side had agreed but not the jirga and they warned that if the two families did not carry out the barbaric deed, their family in their village back home would have to bear the consequences,” said Zia Ur Rehman, a Pakistani journalist who first reported on the case.

    The case highlights the influence of tribal councils and social pressures in Pakistan, which are often more powerful than the law.

    “Laws seem useless,” said Maliha Zia Lari, associate director with Karachi-based Legal Aid Society.

    “The boy’s father did not think he could seek protection from the state and the jirga members did not fear any reprisals from it either.”

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    These people do not know the meaning of honor
    And Yet I Smile

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    They do not love or care for their children. They only care for themselves and how others will view them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dstraito View Post
    These people do not know the meaning of honor
    ....and our beloved lefty politicians are importing zillions of such heathens with similar beliefs.

    WTF?

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    This book explains what it is like to grow up Muslim and what there morals and culture are like.



    https://www.amazon.com/Infidel-Ayaan...yaan+hirsi+ali




    Infidel Kindle Edition

    by Ayaan Hirsi Ali (Author)

    4.7 out of 5 stars
    1,528 customer reviews
    In this profoundly affecting memoir from the internationally renowned author of The Caged Virgin and Nomad, Ayaan Hirsi Ali tells her astonishing life story, from her traditional Muslim childhood in Somalia, Saudi Arabia, and Kenya, to her intellectual awakening and activism in the Netherlands, and her current life under armed guard in the West.

    One of today's most admired and controversial political figures, Ayaan Hirsi Ali burst into international headlines following an Islamist's murder of her colleague, Theo van Gogh, with whom she made the movie Submission.

    Infidel is the eagerly awaited story of the coming of age of this elegant, distinguished -- and sometimes reviled -- political superstar and champion of free speech. With a gimlet eye and measured, often ironic, voice, Hirsi Ali recounts the evolution of her beliefs, her ironclad will, and her extraordinary resolve to fight injustice done in the name of religion. Raised in a strict Muslim family and extended clan, Hirsi Ali survived civil war, female mutilation, brutal beatings, adolescence as a devout believer during the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood, and life in four troubled, unstable countries largely ruled by despots. In her early twenties, she escaped from a forced marriage and sought asylum in the Netherlands, where she earned a college degree in political science, tried to help her tragically depressed sister adjust to the West, and fought for the rights of Muslim immigrant women and the reform of Islam as a member of Parliament. Even though she is under constant threat -- demonized by reactionary Islamists and politicians, disowned by her father, and expelled from her family and clan -- she refuses to be silenced.

    Ultimately a celebration of triumph over adversity, Hirsi Ali's story tells how a bright little girl evolved out of dutiful obedience to become an outspoken, pioneering freedom fighter. As Western governments struggle to balance democratic ideals with religious pressures, no story could be timelier or more significant.

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    Just put a hold on that book at my library. Will read it asap. Maybe I can get my DD & family to read it and truly understand how vile these practices (Islam?) are.

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    Satanic demon possessed creatures of evil.

    All ya have to do is know them by their evil works.
    Dosadi

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    My family & clan are my country.

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    I think it is evil but also it is the way they were brought up. They are not all evil people but their religion dictates that they can not question it without going to hell. I know the Christian religion was that way in the past and only more recently eased up on it. I was brought up not to question anything I was taught and to just have faith that that is the way it is. I was told I would go to hell if I questioned what I was being told. Many of the muslims are afraid to question their religion even when they may feel it is not right. They think the fault is in themselves and not in the religion. They have that pounded into them. In the book above Infidel, she says it is a 12th century ideas still being practiced to day and calls for a reformation of the religion. She says it keeps the Muslim nations in ignorance and poverty. She is under a death threat for saying this. Those in power do not like to give up their power.

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    Sharia - coming soon to a community near you.
    The wonder of our time isn’t how angry we are at politics and politicians; it’s how little we’ve done about it. - Fran Porretto
    -http://bastionofliberty.blogspot.com/2016/10/a-wholly-rational-hatred.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozdoats View Post
    Sharia - coming soon to a community near you.
    they can bring it on and find out just how far they wont get with it.

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    https://straightlinelogic.com/2017/0...y-daniel-lang/

    Coming To A Town Near You: Expert Warns That No-Go Zones Are Growing In America, by Daniel*Lang
    Posted on September 2, 2017 | 1 Comment

    Europe has a plethora of Islamic no-go zones in countries that have opened their arms to Muslims. It stands to reason that if the US does the same, we’ll get the same result.

    From Daniel Lang at shtfplan.com:

    Nothing epitomizes the failure of Europe’s immigration policies more than the notorious “no-go zones.”

    For decades the West has opened its borders to people who don’t share their values, and the West has utterly failed to encourage these people to assimilate. To even suggest that is now considered racist in many European countries.

    The lack of assimilation has reached a degree that many of these populations have become resentful of their mediocre status in society, and have actually become more insular. Younger generations of these immigrants are more likely to follow ideologies like radical Islam, and they’re less likely than their parents to interact with native born Europeans. Many of them don’t even speak any European languages.

    The result has been the rise of dozens of no-go zones, which dot the urban landscapes of Europe. These are places that act as ethnic enclaves within their host countries.

    They are nations within nations, where outsiders are routinely shunned, berated, and beaten if they dare enter. In addition to that, they’ve become hotbeds of terrorism and civil unrest. And believe it or not, these Islamic no-go zones are beginning to show up in the United States.

    That’s according to Raheem Kassam, a conservative political activist and author from the UK. He recently wrote a book on the subject of no-go zones, which reveals startling similarities between the Middle Eastern enclaves of Europe and America.

    Places like the Cedar Riverside area of Minneapolis, where Shariah cops make house checks to make sure Somali refugees are not becoming too Westernized, and Hamtramck, Michigan, where the call to prayer is blasted over loudspeakers in Arabic and storefronts that once peddled Polish sausage are now brimming with halal meats.
    These can be the early warning signs of a budding no-go zone, says Kassam. But even more crucial, he says, is the level of assimilation by second and third generation Muslim Americans. If the experience of Europe is any indication, trouble is on the horizon for U.S. cities.

    To continue reading:*Coming To A Town Near You: Expert Warns That No-Go Zones Are Growing In America
    The wonder of our time isn’t how angry we are at politics and politicians; it’s how little we’ve done about it. - Fran Porretto
    -http://bastionofliberty.blogspot.com/2016/10/a-wholly-rational-hatred.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozdoats View Post
    https://straightlinelogic.com/2017/0...y-daniel-lang/

    Coming To A Town Near You: Expert Warns That No-Go Zones Are Growing In America, by Daniel*Lang
    Posted on September 2, 2017 | 1 Comment

    Europe has a plethora of Islamic no-go zones in countries that have opened their arms to Muslims. It stands to reason that if the US does the same, we’ll get the same result.

    From Daniel Lang at shtfplan.com:

    Nothing epitomizes the failure of Europe’s immigration policies more than the notorious “no-go zones.”

    For decades the West has opened its borders to people who don’t share their values, and the West has utterly failed to encourage these people to assimilate. To even suggest that is now considered racist in many European countries.

    The lack of assimilation has reached a degree that many of these populations have become resentful of their mediocre status in society, and have actually become more insular. Younger generations of these immigrants are more likely to follow ideologies like radical Islam, and they’re less likely than their parents to interact with native born Europeans. Many of them don’t even speak any European languages.

    The result has been the rise of dozens of no-go zones, which dot the urban landscapes of Europe. These are places that act as ethnic enclaves within their host countries.

    They are nations within nations, where outsiders are routinely shunned, berated, and beaten if they dare enter. In addition to that, they’ve become hotbeds of terrorism and civil unrest. And believe it or not, these Islamic no-go zones are beginning to show up in the United States.

    That’s according to Raheem Kassam, a conservative political activist and author from the UK. He recently wrote a book on the subject of no-go zones, which reveals startling similarities between the Middle Eastern enclaves of Europe and America.

    Places like the Cedar Riverside area of Minneapolis, where Shariah cops make house checks to make sure Somali refugees are not becoming too Westernized, and Hamtramck, Michigan, where the call to prayer is blasted over loudspeakers in Arabic and storefronts that once peddled Polish sausage are now brimming with halal meats.
    These can be the early warning signs of a budding no-go zone, says Kassam. But even more crucial, he says, is the level of assimilation by second and third generation Muslim Americans. If the experience of Europe is any indication, trouble is on the horizon for U.S. cities.

    To continue reading:*Coming To A Town Near You: Expert Warns That No-Go Zones Are Growing In America
    Which is why you have Title 10, Chapter 13, sec 311 when the LEOs can't handle it....

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    Good thing they protected the honor of those families. Hoooeee, I was getting ready to condemn them to hell for having children so dishonorable. Now that they fried their own children, these fine Paki families are back on the honorable list. I hope they feel proud and secure with their precious status.

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