Australia: Eight Muslims attack woman, her husband fights them off
From Jihad Watch:
A retired Iraq war veteran who fought off eight Muslim men after they attacked his wife has tried to put the record straight on what exactly happened that day.
Kyle Tyrrell, 48, had an altercation with fishermen on Victoria’s Surf Coast a year ago while standing up for his wife Liana.
Mr Tyrrell claimed that Liana was punched in the face at the Cosy Corner beach, in Torquay, after one of the men put a crab pot in the water and she told him the area was a marine sanctuary and fishing was banned.
In the fight that took place on Sunday, January 24, 2016, Mr Tyrrell suffered minor injuries, while at least one of the fishermen was taken to hospital. No charges were laid.
The retired lieutenant-colonel claimed that the attack was racially and culturally motivated after his wife was called a white sl** and a white w***e by the men.
However criticism that he has received about the incident on Facebook persuaded him to set the record straight on the incident.
He confirmed that the men were Muslim and said he would ‘do it again in a heartbeat’.
His response was published on the Stand Up For Australia – Melbourne Facebook page, where he argued he had no other option but to fight. Mr Tyrrell claimed the Muslim man took offence to being told what to do by a woman and unleashed a tirade of abuse at her, but the fact that she ignored him only enraged him even more.
‘His mates got close to me and then he made a run for my wife, that’s when I ran at him, he threw a punch which I ducked and the fight started.
At no time could either my wife, daughter or I safely walk away,’ Mr Tyrrell wrote.
‘At that point five more joined the fight, one punching my wife as she attempted to get our daughter up the beach.’
At one stage one of the men said to Mr [sic] Terrell: ‘Your husband needs to teach you a lesson.’
‘I would do the same thing again in a heartbeat, in fact I would do the same thing for any woman I saw in that situation not just my wife,’ he concluded the Facebook post.Robert Spencer comments:
Is Australia really enriched by admitting large numbers of people who believe that women who tell men in any circumstances what to do should be rewarded with violence, and their husbands should “teach them a lesson”? How? And this is no isolated case: since these attitudes are founded on the Qur’an, which tells men to beat women from whom they fear disobedience (4:34), there will be many more such cases.