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"I remember her telling me that her dad told her he would take her back to Egypt and have her killed," she said. "He said it's OK to do that over there if you dishonor your family." (article here)
Their Muslim father murdered them and he is gone. And Islam is hiding him. He had a history of abuse. Why won't this country institute laws to protect and defend our citizens from Islamic murderers and torturers?
"Once, he shot out the tires on his wife's car to keep her home. Another time, Mrs. Moggio said, he blocked her car in a driveway because he thought she was going to help her sister and children escape".
Years later, when Amina was a sophomore at Euless Trinity High School, a friend said she showed up at school with red welts across her arms and back. Another time, Amina confided that her father had kicked her in the face.
"He found notes from her boyfriend," said a 17-year-old Trinity senior, who asked not to be identified. "Her lips were pretty much attached to her braces, but they wouldn't take her to the doctor because her family feared her father would be taken to jail." More here.
Almost immediately, police issued an arrest warrant for the girls' father,
50-year-old Yaser Said, an Egyptian-born cab driver who family members said was
given to fits of violence, threats and gun-waving rants about how Western
culture was corrupting the chastity of his daughters.
In the week since their murders, friends and relatives on Patricia Said's
side of the family say they have been haunted by that final phone call, a cry
for help that went unanswered for years. They say Mr. Said physically and
emotionally abused his children.
In October 1998, when Amina and Sarah were 9 and 8 years old, they accused
their father of sexual abuse.
The allegations were reported to the Hill County sheriff's office, where the
girls told a detective their father had been touching them inappropriately.
Amina told authorities she had been penetrated at least once.
Sexual abuse? Penetrated? This story is destroying me. What happened? The "justice" system will remove Britney's kids but leave these defenseless girls in the most dire of circumstances. The mother signed the affadavit. He should have been jailed for life and penetrated daily.
Their mother swore in an affidavit that the allegations were true.
The mother who Said married when she was 15. " Family members said he met and married his wife, Patricia, 36, when she was about 15 years old, while he was working as a convenience store clerk in Tarrant County.
In early January 1999, the two girls told authorities that they had lied about
the allegations because they didn't want to attend rural Covington schools and
wanted to go live with their grandmother. A district judge later dropped the
charges of aggravated sexual assault against Mr. Said.
That judge should be removed from the bench. He has blood on his hands. The history of family demanded investigation. Surely it had to have crossed the judges mind that the girls might have been threatened by the sexual abusing, violent father to drop those charges.
More incredible is how this newspaper article then goes on to say
this was not an honor killing – that it was cultural (which culture?)
Just like that, no back up, no research – how dare they? The girls aunt Gail Gatrell:
I am an aunt to these two beautiful girls! I am from the mother's side. YES! This was an honor killing!
In the very same article where the farther is quoted as saying, " he would take her back to Egypt and have her killed," she said. "He said it's OK to do that over there if you dishonor your family" the dhimmi reporters devote half the article exhorting Islam and insisting this was not an honor killing. Writers TANYA EISERER, SCOTT FARWELL and SCOTT GOLDSTEIN should be summarily fired. Think about it. They are accomplices to the next honor killing.
He said authorities in the town about 45 miles south of Fort Worth are on
"We're keeping an eye out," he said. "We know he knows the area."
He's long gone. Gone, gone, gone. He planned that killing and his escape to an Islamic country where such barbarism is approved of most probably Eygpt which he visits each year.
Yaser Abdel Said left the bodies of his two daughters right near the Dallas Fort Worth airport, miles from their home, he drove the girls in his cab to the killing spot and appears to have disappeared."
About 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Irving police received a 911 call from a girl whose
only statement was that she "was dying," according to a police report. The line
remained open and sounds could be heard, but investigators were unable to
pinpoint a location from the caller. Jihad in America
There is no vehicle of Yaser Abdel Said being sought in any of the news stories or from the Irving Police Dept., no vehicle BOLO, he isn't walking, but his last known location was near the Dallas Fort Worth airport.There should be an international manhunt of enormous proportion to apprehend this jihadi. JUSTICE and send a message that the West will not tolerate Islamic "honor" killings.
Over the next few days, as more details emerge
about the murders of Amina and Sarah Said, we will see Islamic spokesmen on TV
(Ibrahim Hooper is probably sitting for make-up as you read this) explaining
that honor killing is a cultural practice that has nothing to do with Islam, and
of course above all the one thing we must avoid doing in the aftermath of these
murders is entertain for even a moment the possibility that Islamic attitudes
and atmospherics had anything to do with the deaths of these girls. And Alan
Colmes will nod sagely and agree that Islamophobia is a terrible problem, and
Sean Hannity will burble about the "hijacking of a great religion," and Glenn
Beck will assure us that the Qur'an teaches nonviolence, and a splendid time is
guaranteed for all. No one will dream of holding the American Muslim community
accountable for aiding and abetting the creation of a culture of violence
against women. Oh no. That would be "Islamophobic."
And so an intriguing Yemen Times piece comes particularly ill-timed for
Hooper and other Islamic spokesmen in the West, who spill large amounts of ink
assuring us that oh no, no Muslim takes Qur'an 4:34, the Muslim holy book's
notorious verse commanding the beating of disobedient women, at face value. Oh
no. No Muslim actually beats his wife, or if he does, he does it only with a
toothbrush, and anyway, well, wife-beating is cross-cultural, isn't it? It isn't
as if no American wife has ever been beaten.
And certainly that's true: wife-beating is cross-cultural, but that doesn't
prove a thing, and bringing it up only ensures that the Islamic community in
America will, in the wake of the murders of Amina and Sarah Said, once again be
absolved of all responsibility, and exempted from all accountability — because
after all, everyone does it, don't they?
Anyway, in the Yemen Times the other day, Maged Thabet Al-Kholidy doesn't say
anything about toothbrushes, or everyone doing it, or anything at all except
that women should be beaten when disobedient, because the Qur'an says so.
This is the culture that killed Amina and Sarah Said. This is the culture
that killed Aqsa Parvez. This is the culture whose leaders persist in denial,
obfuscation, and finger-pointing instead of honest dealing with the problem.
"There must be violence against women," by Maged Thabet Al-Kholidy in the Yemen Times (thanks to Morgaan Sinclair):
This title may sound strange, but it’s actually not just a way to
attract readers to the topic because I really do mean what it indicates.
Violence is a broad term, especially when used regarding women. In this piece, I
want to shed light on those instances where violence against women is a must.
First, we should know the meaning of the word violence. Longman’s Dictionary
of Contemporary English defines violence as “behavior that is intended to hurt
other people physically.” However, the term violence mustn’t be confused with
other concepts and terms such as gender inequality or absence of women
Occasionally – if not daily – we hear about events occurring in Islamic and
Arab societies. Some human rights organizations recently have attacked violent
acts against women, standing against any type of violence – even that between a
father and daughter – and citing the cases of some women as
Even that between a father and daughter? Horrors!
Consequently, they offer solutions such as complaining to the
police, taking revenge or leaving them men, who are either their husbands,
fathers or brothers – with no exceptions.
One such case involved a woman whose husband allegedly had beaten her.
Without revealing the husband’s reasons for doing so, such human rights
organizations immediately urged the wife to complain to the police and the
courts, while at the same time generalizing the instance and other similar
solutions to any type of violence.
See? They should look at the reasons! What if this fellow had perfectly good
reasons to beat the tar out of his wife? Then where would be if he gets locked
up? Next thing you know, Britney Spears will be Emir al-Momineen!
If a man and woman are husband and wife, the Qur’an provides
solutions, firstly reaffirming any logical and acceptable reasons for such
punishment. These solutions are in gradual phases and not just for women, but
for men also.
For men, it begins with abandoning the marital bed, by opting to sleep
elsewhere in the house. After this, they may discuss the matter with any
respected person for the husband’s or the wife’s family, who could be in a
position to advise the wife. If this also does not work, then the husband yields
to beating the wife slightly. They do this because of a misunderstanding in the
Quran, as the word says Darban, which is commonly understood today as beating.
However, in Classic Arabic it means to set examples or to announce and proclaim.
The more accurate meaning of this last one is that the husband finally has to
set forth, to make a clear statement or proclamation, and if these measures
fail, then divorce is preferable.
This is a false statement. Qur'an 4:34 tells men to beat their disobedient
wives after first warning them and then sending them to sleep in separate beds.
It is worth noting how several translators render the key part of this verse,
Pickthall: “and scourge them”
Yusuf Ali: “(And last) beat them
Al-Hilali/Khan: “(and last) beat them (lightly, if it is
Shakir: “and beat them”
Sher Ali: “and chastise them”
“then you may (as a last alternative) beat them”
Arberry: “and beat
Rodwell: “and scourge them”
Sale: “and chastise them”
"and beat them"
Asad: “then beat them”
Pickthall, Yusuf Ali, Al-Hilali/Khan, Shakir, Sher Ali, Khalifa, Daryabadi
and Asad are Muslims. Are their translations all incorrect?
There's more go. Get educated – big media is never going to tell you
UPDATED: It's Islam, stupid:
Let me begin with a quote from a fatwa by the late and unlamented Ayatollah Khomeini of Iran.
"A man can marry a girl younger than nine years of age, even if the girl is still a baby being breastfed. A man, however is prohibited from having intercourse with a girl younger than nine, other sexual acts such as foreplay, rubbing, kissing and sodomy is allowed. A man having intercourse with a girl younger than nine years of age has not committed a crime, but only an infraction, if the girl is not permanently damaged. If the girl, however, is permanentlydamaged, the man must provide for her all her life. But this girl will not count as one of the man's four permanent wives.He also is not permitted to marry the girl's sister."
UPDATED: Phyllis Chesler has a MUST READ post on this here. Read it
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