Bulletin of the Oppression of Women-Political Islam

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 Bulletin of the Oppression of Women

October 25 - November 15, 2011
October 25, 2011
"May the devil s**t on their graves." -- Mohammad Shafia. These charming words, picked up by a police wiretap, were Mohammad Shafia's ghoulish reaction almost three weeks after the murder of his three daughters and first wife, whose deaths he is accused of orchestrating.
Daughters Zanaib, 19, Sahar, 17, Geeti, 13, by all appearances beautiful and vibrant teenagers, filled with life, and first wife Rona Mohammad, were found dead in a family vehicle in a canal near Kingston, Ontario, in June 2009. Authorities gave drowning as the cause of death. Update "Says he would do it again, even if they came back to life 100 times." HERE. (Hat tip to D.L. Adams)

October 28, 2011
Unknown assailants have blown up two state-run schools in northwestern Pakistan where government troops are fighting militants.
US (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A Michigan man was ordered to stand trial today on charges that he strangled his wife of 12 years in front of their daughters.

October 29, 2011
Back in May it was reported that every rape assault in the city of Oslo in the last five years had been committed by a person with a "non-Western" background - a Norwegian euphemism for Muslim. Now it turns out that there have already been twice as many rape assaults in Oslo so far this year as there were in all of 2010.
Libya (hat tip to Jihad Watch)
In announcing the success of the Libyan revolution and calling for a new, more pious nation, the head of the interim government, Mustafa Abdel-Jalil, also seemed to clear the way for unrestricted polygamy in a Muslim country where it has been limited and rare for decades.

It looked like a sizable step backward for women at a moment when much here - institutions, laws, social relations - is still in play after the end of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi's 42 years of authoritarian rule.

In his speech, Mr. Abdel-Jalil declared that a Qaddafi-era law that placed restrictions on multiple marriages, which is a tenet of Islamic law, or Shariah, would be done away with. The law, which stated that a first wife had to give permission before others were added, for instance, had kept polygamy rare here. "This law is contrary to Shariah and must be stopped," Mr. Abdel-Jalil told the crowd, vowing that the new government would adhere more faithfully to Shariah. The next day he reiterated the point to reporters at a news conference: "Shariah allows polygamy," he said. Mr. Abdel-Jalil is known for his piety.
Pakistan (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
Forcibly married off at age six, nine-year-old Muslim child bride is hanged upside down, cut with a kinife, and doused with acid for being a bad housekeeper. See video HERE (hat tip to BareNakedIslam).

October 31, 2011
A fifth grade student was allegedly gang raped by a local landlord a few days ago. The girl's mother was also kidnapped and her father said that he had been receiving death threats for trying to register a case with local police.
Norway (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
Two teenage girls emerging from downtown Oslo's train station were attacked on Saturday evening by five young men in yet another escalation of the capital's burgeoning rape problem.

November 1, 2011
UK (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)A young Muslim bride was drugged and held prisoner by her family after she broke off an arranged engagement to her first cousin and secretly married another man.

November 2, 1011
Kuwait (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)An Arab man in Kuwait waited for a Filipina fast food restaurant worker to walk back home, jumped on her and tried to rape her in the middle of the street.
India (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A sessions court on Tuesday convicted a man for killing his minor daughter and sentenced him to life imprisonment.
Some 200 Tunisian women demonstrated Wednesday in downtown Tunis in defense of their rights, following the election victory of an Islamist party. Tunisia is known for some of the most progressive legislation in the Middle East regarding women's rights - something many say is in danger after a moderate Islamist party took the most votes in the recent election.

November 3, 2011
(hat tip to Jihad Watch)
A pedophile imam was jailed after girls he abused 27 years ago came forward to identify him.
UK (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A Somali man who dragged a 23-year-old woman into an alleyway and scarred her for life during a terrifying sexual attack was jailed for nine years today. Said Adam, 37, who has no right to be in the UK, will be deported when he has completed half his sentence, said judge Jamie Tabor.
Indonesia (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
An Indonesian teacher in South Sulawesi has been arrested for allegedly forcing at least six of his students, all aged just eight years of age, to perform oral sex on him.
Pakistan (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A 19-year-old girl identified as Naveeda was told to undergo an abortion and her 25-year-old husband Attaullah Abro was asked to pay Rs550,000 by a jirga. As part of the settlement, Abro was also asked to divorce his pregnant wife.
UK (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A woman has told how she was locked away by her parents because they disapproved of her marriage.The 30-year-old from Rochdale, who wants to remain anonymous for fear of repercussions, was held against her will for six months after going to Pakistan for a family wedding.
Pakistan (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
Three men accused of burning a woman by throwing acid on her after trying to gang rape her on Wednesday.
Serbia (hat tip to IslamInEurope)
The brutal gang rape of a British woman by five Afghan refugees has sparked a massive protest against illegal immigrants in a Serbian spa town. The 38-year-old woman - who bravely managed to film the attack on her mobile phone - was repeatedly raped after befriending a group of Afghan men in a park in Banja Koviljaca.
Despite handing the video footage to police, only one alleged attacker - identified by police only as Abdurashid D., 25 - has been arrested.

November 4, 2011
UK (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A teenager was the victim of a horrific gang-rape after she was ordered into a car and taken to a house where she was brutally attacked.
Pakistan (hat tip to the Religion of cPeae)
A teenage was burnt allegedly by her in-laws following an argument over her dowry in a Rahim Yar Khan village on Tuesday.

November 5, 2011

Human rights groups have reacted with outrage after a Turkish appeals court reduced prison sentences for 26 men convicted of having sex with a 13-year-old girl, because the victim had given "consent." More HERE.
UK (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
Sex offender Mohammed Eagle has been jailed for 16 years after repeatedly raping and indecently assaulting a young girl in a series of "grave and appalling" offences.

November 6, 2011
Iraq (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
Iraqi security forces have arrested a woman whose boyfriend convinced her to send her little boy on a suicide mission and then failed to stop the attack after she had a change of heart.
Denmark (Hat tip and translation IslamInEurope via Kristelight Dagblad)
Many Muslims in Denmark don't get married just at city hall. Muslim marriages (nikah) - where a couple are married by an imam - are very widespread. But women who leave a Muslim marriage risk violence in the worst case, and in some cases being forced to give up contact with their families.
This is according to a new report from the Danish National Centre for Social Research (SFI), which for the first time investigated the extent of Muslim marriages in Denmark, based on interviews with 250 people primarily from the Muslim communities in Denmark. "The problems of women are very different, depending on their ethnic and social group. But our study shows that many know of the problem with women who can't be divorced religiously," says senior researcher Anika Liversage, who made the study.

November 7, 2011
UK (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A father who abducted his five-year-old daughter has been jailed after refusing to reveal her whereabouts. Atiya Anjun-Wilkinson who turns five today went missing during a trip to the seaside two years ago on her third birthday, High Court judges have heard during private hearings in London. She was at first thought to be in Pakistan but relatives fear she could now be in Iran.

November 8, 2011
A trial nearing its conclusion in Berlin, Germany, has outlined how a family drama in that country ended in the non-fatal shooting tragedy of Rola El-Halabi, a 26-year-old Muslim woman originally from Lebanon.
Like hundreds of other mostly female victims of honor crimes in the West, the reason for the shooting was that El-Halabi had wanted to establish her independence from her culture's restrictive and archaic customs and be with the man she chose to love.
UK (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A Facebook user sexually assaulted a 12-year-old girl who he had contacted through the social networking site. Tuseef Mahmood, 24, pretended to be just 17 when he set up a Facebook page under another name.

November 9, 2011
Phyllis Chesler reports on meeting the feminist Somali Soraya Miré who wrote The Girl with Three Legs.

A new report shows that thousands of young women and girls in Germany are victims of forced marriages every year. Most of the victims come from Muslim families; many have been threatened with violence and even death.
The revelations have shocked the German public and will add to the ongoing debate in Germany over the question of Muslim immigration and the establishment of a parallel Islamic society there. The revelations will intensify an ongoing debate in Germany over Muslim immigration and the role of Islam there. More HERE.

November 10, 2011
Iran (hat tip to JihadWatch)
The first snow of the season fell in Tehran this week, but female ski bums planning to carve fresh lines at one of the three resorts in the Alborz mountain range will be able to hit the slopes only if they are accompanied by a male guardian.
A police circular, reported Thursday on the pro-government Etedaal Web site, states that women and girls are no longer allowed to ski in the absence of a husband, father or brother.
The mandate of Iran's morality police is currently being broadened by hard-liners attempting to roll back reforms enacted under former president Mohammad Khatami. The current government says the reforms led to a lack of observance of religious dress codes, among other things.
Afghanistan (hat tip to Jihad Watch)
The European Union has blocked the release of a documentary on Afghan women who are in jail for so-called "moral crimes". The EU says it decided to withdraw the film - which it commissioned and paid for - because of "very real concerns for the safety of the women portrayed". However, human rights workers say the injustice in the Afghan judicial system should be exposed.
Pakistan (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A man axed his wife with the help of his friends after declaring her to be a 'kari' on Wednesday.

November 11, 2011
For thousands of Iraqi women and girls, the conflict that began in 2003 was only the start of their ordeals.
In the chaos of war and the confusion, lawlessness and poverty that followed, an untold number have become victims of sexual traffickers, some within Iraq and others sold over the borders.But the problem of trafficking has gone almost unreported, kept in the shadows by a combination of corruption, religious and cultural taboo and lack of interest by the region's authorities in tackling it, researchers say.

A group of armed men have stoned and shot dead a woman and her daughter in Afghanistan's Ghazni province, security officials have told the BBC. The officials blamed the Taliban, who they said had accused the women of "moral deviation and adultery".
In much of the region, the Taliban are taxing people and banning girls from schools. Joint weddings have been banned - the bride and groom are not allowed to be together as it is thought the woman makes too much noise walking to the wedding hall, disturbing the men.
Pakistan (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
A housemaid who was allegedly subjected to severe torture by the police was discharged from the Benazir Bhutto (formerly district headquarters) Hospital against her will on Thursday. The woman, belonging to Christian community, is five months pregnant.

November 12, 2011
Saudi Arabia (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
Saudi police seized a local man who raped a girl after she suffered from injuries during a road accident in the Gulf kingdom, press reports said on Sunday.
Pakistan (hat tip to the Religion of Peace)
The Asian Human Rights Commission has condemned the alleged forced conversion of a young Pakistani Hindu woman to Islam, stating such a "malicious campaign is in full swing" in the country. The woman named Anita, wife of Suresh Kumar and a mother of two children, was allegedly kidnapped April 27 from her house in Moro in Sindh province.

November 13, 2011

The brutal gang rape of a British woman by five Afghan refugees has sparked a massive protest against illegal immigrants in a Serbian spa town.

November 14, 2011
Egypt (hat tip to JihadWatch)
The role of women in Egypt's transitional government has been very limited, and no women were included on the committee that drafted Egypt's transitional constitutional declaration. The new elections law does away with the Mubarak-era quota, which allocated 64 seats in parliament for women.
The controversy over the status of women in post-Mubarak Egypt came to a head at the start of November after Hazem Saleh Abu Ismail, a leading presidential candidate and Muslim cleric, gave two television interviews in which he outlined an Islamic future for the country that would impose Saudi Arabian-style dress and behavior on the public.
In an interview, Abu Ismail said he supported what he called "Islamic dress" for women, meaning the hijab, or veil. Asked about what would happen to a woman wearing a bikini on the beach, he responded, "she would be arrested."

November 15, 2011
Saudi Arabia (Hat tip to InfidelsAreCool)
A Saudi court has ordered the flogging of a local woman 10 times for driving a car in defiance of a long-standing ban in the Kingdom, a newspaper reported on Monday.

Shaima Jastaniya said the court in the western Red Sea port of Jeddah had issued what she described as a "Sharia sentence" ordering her lashing for violating the ban on female driving.
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2 Comments - Share Yours!:

Findalis said...

And we are reminded daily that Islam honors women.

PatriotUSA said...

A not so funny thing is that almost ALL the countries are muslim, ruled by islam.