Skip to comments.Muslim Mother Hires Hitman to Kill Daughter
Posted on 09/04/2009 12:40:39 PM PDT by HorowitzianConservative
In a recent piece in the Daily Mail, a Muslim woman, Sofia Hayat, discusses a brutal and oppressive upbringing by her parents, which included imprisonment in a cellar and ended in death threats because Sofia longed to be free.
This brings to mind the battle we are in at the moment with Naomi Wolf, a supposed feminist who should be standing up for persecuted Muslim women but, instead, has reached her hand out in solidarity to their oppressors. This is understandable, of course, because as a leftist, Wolf cannot be honest about the tyranny of an adversarial culture. If she was honest, she would have to accept that Western values in general and American values in particular are something she should be proud of and defend. She would have to concede that America has something to teach other cultures such as those within Islam where women are persecuted with cruel barbarity. This is unthinkable to her, because then she would have to shed her false personal identity and face banishment from her own leftist community -- which allows no divergence of thought. David Horowitzs recent NewsReal blog sheds profound light on why leftists like Naomi Wolf cannot accept the truth about the monstrosity of the enemies of freedom.
(Excerpt) Read more at newsrealblog.com ...
Religion of peace ping...
This crap has got to stop! Especially with legal muslims living in our country. They came here because they obviously didn’t like something about their own countries. So, since they’ve come to our country, they must abide OUR laws, or damnit - get every one of them out of here!
Nothing says love (at least in the ROP) like putting a contract out on your daughter /sarc
By their fruit shall you know them.
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