UK: Muslim throws acid on 3-year-old, tells mother he’ll “take them to an Islamic country where he could do anything to them”


The attacker was right. He could do anything to hid wife and child in an Islamic country. There are many Islamic countries that have relaxed penalties for honor killings, because Islam allows for them. Many such crimes go completely unpunished. And then in the West those who call attention to such facts are smeared as racists and bigots, and we are admonished that Islam is peaceful and tolerant and respects women, and that only bigoted “islamophobes” think otherwise. Is this acid attacker ignorant of his own religion, or “islamophobic”? No. He knows very well what Islam teaches, and that’s why he knows he could have gotten away with torturing or killing his wife and child in a Muslim country.

“Mother of three-year-old acid attack victim says her estranged husband ‘threatened to kill her and their three children – or take them to an Islamic country where he could do anything to them,'” by Joel Adams and Rory Tingle, Mailonline, January 23, 2019:

The mother of a three-year-old acid attack victim has told a court how her ex-husband threatened to kill her and their children.

Her evidence came after jurors at Worcester Crown Court heard the child screamed ‘I hurt’ over and over again after the corrosive substance hit his face and arm last July.

She said her ex told her he knew somebody who would murder them – and even warned police would never be able to find their bodies.

Giving evidence via video link she told jurors the pair married in 2006 and that she broke up with him in 2012.

But they got back together after her ex phoned her up ‘crying down the phone’ and ‘begged’ her to take him back.

She then left him a second time four years later, after he threatened to murder them in an Islamic country.

The Afghan mother, who cannot be named for legal reasons, said: ‘Me and my husband separated in October 2012 – I left the family home and the children came with me.

‘We went to a refuge and I took some clothes for me and the children. We stayed there for three days. My husband kept calling my family, and me as well.

‘He kept crying and begging me to come back to him and said he wouldn’t hurt me again and couldn’t live without me or the children.

‘When I came back he said that I embarrassed him in front of their family and wasn’t crying for me but for the children.

‘I felt very disappoint and gutted, I felt stupid as he told me he loved me.

‘He also said he asked an imam whether, in our religion, he was allowed to kill me and the children because we left him for three days.

‘The imam told him he wasn’t allowed to do that and instead to say a prayer.

‘He said to me he has two options, to either kill me and children in this country or take us to an Islamic country where he would be able to do anything to us.

‘He said he knew somebody that could do something to us and the police would not find our bodies.’….

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