Sunday, November 30, 2008

Saudi Religious Police Man Kills Daughter For Converting To Christianity

In Islam, this is a dog bites man story, and so it should be no story at all. But, because Western Civilization has so much invested in denying the absolute evil of Islamofascism, we here at IBA have to run stories like this.

(ANSAmed) - DUBAI, AUGUST 13 - A Saudi man, member of the Commission for Promotion of Virtue and Prevention of Vice, has killed his daughter for converting to Christianity, the Gulf News daily reported, without providing details on the identity of the main characters in the case. Sources close to the victim said that the man had cut the tongue of his daughter and set her on fire following a heated debate on religion, the newspaper published in Dubai writes. 

The brother of the victim found in the woman's computer some articles on Christianity she had written on various blogs and regional websites under a nickname and the symbol of the cross. That discovery made her family life unbearable, the woman wrote on the 'Al Ukdoud' website a few days before her death. According to a testimony of a friend of the victim reported by the 'Free Copts' website, the father is arrested by the police and investigation has started against him for an "honour crime".

 The honour crimes, perpetrated by a male member of the family against a woman of the same clan to "wipe out the shame of the dishonour" from her indecorous behaviour, are generally punished with mild sentences ranging between six months and three years in jail. (ANSAmed).

2008-08-13 12:41


Damien said...


And people get angry at Americans for judging other cultures. If this guy live in America, he would be a police officer for long and would be put in prison where he belongs.

Michael Travis said...

Let's try to understand other cultures. We are not worthy.

Understanding them will bring peace to all of us...and enable our unworthy selves to be brave enough to change our ways. We must change, not the Mozzelmen, then we can be free.

Qum Baya

Damien said...


I hope you're being sarcastic.