Warning: This report contains graphic images and details of ‘honor killings’ in the U.S. that may offend (??!! ‘offend’) some readers.
March 6 2017
When President Trump issued an executive order “protecting the nation from foreign terrorist entry” into America Monday, he also called for a report on foreign nationals charged with and convicted of terrorism-related offenses, including so-called “honor killings” committed in the U.S.
The new executive order takes effect in about 10 days and includes a 90-day ban on travelers from six countries – Iran, Somalia, Sudan, Yemen, Syrian and Libya – and 120 days for ‘refugees’.
Trump’s order calls for Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly to release an initial report within 180 days, a period ending Sept. 2, 2017 – nine days before the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks committed by Muslim jihadis admitted to the U.S. on visas. Updated reports will be issued every six months.
The report will include information on honor killings, which is a tradition of killing a family member who is believed to have brought shame upon the family.
Human Rights Watch describes honor killings as “acts of vengeance, usually death, committed by male family members against female family members, who are held to have brought dishonor upon the family. A woman can be targeted by (individuals within) her family for a variety of reasons, including: refusing to enter into an arranged marriage, being the victim of a sexual assault, seeking a divorce – even from an abusive husband – or (allegedly) committing adultery. The mere perception that a woman has behaved in a way that ‘dishonors’ her family is sufficient to trigger an attack on her life.”
In September 2016, then-Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., said there are an estimated 23 to 27 victims of honor killings each year in America, and he cited a 2015 study commissioned by the Department of Justice.
“That’s in America, not in Syria. And 91 percent are murdered for being too ‘westernized.’ That doesn’t sound like assimilation to me,” Sessions said. “Most are daughters, subjected to physical and emotional abuse all related to fundamentalist Islam.”
The United Nations estimated there were about 5,000 honor killings worldwide in the year 2000, “mainly in the Middle East and Asia.”
“It is impossible to know the exact number of women killed, or determine how widespread HBV (Honor Based Violence) is,” the U.N. report stated. “This is compounded by the fact that reports to the police are rare and sporadic: both male and female family members typically try to cover up these crimes. Many victims of HBV are abducted: they disappear and are never reported missing. … The few ‘honour’ killings reported in Europe to date have occurred in migrant communities, and have mainly involved Asian, Turkish, or Kurdish communities. The victims, in many of these cases, had also experienced forced marriage.”
Former U.S. government analyst Farhana Qazi told Fox News in 2015: “Cases of honor killings and/or violence in the U.S. are often unreported because of the shame it can cause to the victim and the victim’s family. Also, because victims are often young women, they may feel that reporting the crime to authorities will draw too much attention to the family committing the crime.”
The following is a list of some suspected honor killings in the U.S. Read and weep at the demonic thinking and behavior of the men upon the female victims. This behavior is NOT ACCEPTABLE and should NOT BE ALLOWED ENTRY in to this nation.
February 2012: In Phoenix, Arizona, police arrested the mother, father and sister of Aiya Altameemi for allegedly beating, restraining and burning the 19-year-old woman after she refused an arranged marriage with an older man and showed interest in a male acquaintance. The father reportedly held a knife to his daughter’s throat and threatened to kill her before she was beaten by her mother. The teen survived but later defended her family, telling a school counselor that “her family is trying to protect her and they want her to be a virgin for an arranged marriage,” according to court documents. The relatives were sentenced to two years’ probation in a plea deal, the Huffington Post reported.
These look like friendly loving family – right? They are MURDERERS!
Hassan, 44, and his wife, Aasiya Hassan, 37, founded Bridges TV in November 2004. They described it as a satellite news and opinion channel aimed at portraying Muslims in a positive light following the Sept. 11 attacks.!!!
Authorities found Aasiya Hassan’s decapitated body lying in a studio hallway. Her lawyer said Aasiya, a Pakistani national, filed for divorce after numerous incidents of domestic violence. She cited “cruel and inhuman treatment” as reason for the dissolution. Her older sister, Asma Firfirey, told the Cape Argus in South Africa that Aasiya often called to talk about marital troubles and said she believes her sister suffered several hours of torture before being murdered.
In 2005, Hassan told the Buffalo News he decided to form the television station after he heard disparaging comments about U.S. Muslims on a radio talk show. It operated under the slogan “connecting people through understanding.”
“Every day on television we are barraged by stories of a ‘Muslim extremist, militant, terrorist, or insurgent,’” Hassan said in a 2004 press release. “But the stories that are missing are the countless stories of Muslim tolerance, progress, diversity, service and excellence that Bridges TV hopes to tell.”
July 6, 2009: In Atlanta, Georgia, a 25-year-old Pakistani woman, Sandeela Kanwal, was strangled by her father because she sought to leave her arranged marriage. Pakistani migrant Chaudhry Rashid, 57, was convicted in May 2011 of murder and assault charges and was sentenced to life in prison for the honor killing.
When police arrived on the scene, Rashid was reportedly sitting cross-legged in his driveway, smoking a cigarette. He said, “My daughter’s dead.”
Sgt. Stefan Schindler of the Clayton County Police Department told NPR: “He admitted to actually taking the life of his daughter. And the reason he took his daughter’s life, by his own words, was that she wasn’t being true to her religion or to her husband.”
The NPR report continued: “Police believe Rashid killed his daughter because she wanted a divorce and he felt that it would bring shame on his family. Schindler says Rashid told him that killing his daughter was a right given to him by God — and that God would protect him. To police, in other words, this was an honor killing.”
Rashid told authorities he strangled Kanwal with a bungee cord, burned the cord and flushed it down a toilet.
Sarah Said called 9-1-1 after she was shot nine times, telling the operator: “My dad shot me and my sister. I’m dying!” The girls had both been dating non-Muslim boyfriends and had hidden them from their father, who once took his daughters to Egypt to find husbands. Said has been featured on an episode of “America’s Most Wanted” and a Fox News special about honor killings in the U.S.
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