Skip to comments.Woman sets fire to man in mosque
Posted on 05/30/2011 9:15:21 AM PDT by george76
A Turkish woman set fire to a man in a mosque in southern Germany on Saturday. She says she acted out of revenge after the man raped her.
The 36-year-old poured petrol over the 38-year-old man in a mosque in the city of Reutlingen, in Baden-Württemberg, before setting him alight. The woman was taken into custody on Sunday, on charges of attempted murder, according to the state prosecutors office and the police.
On Saturday afternoon, according to the police, the womans husband and the later victim got into a fight in a room in the mosque. People attending the mosque tried to separate the two men, but were unsuccessful.
The woman then poured petrol from a canister she had brought with her and set him on fire.
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Well I guess that took care of that.
If I ever have a reason to go to a mosque, chances are I’ll need the gas anyway.
Religion of petrol.
That’ll learn him.
Good for her.
The GasHouse Gang
Another reason gas should be more expensive.
Who ever said that going to religious services can’t be exciting.
Maybe TSA need to grope everyone entering a mosque. You can never be too safe you know.
what the heck was an Amish rapist doing in a mosque?
Ich bin ein BurnLoiner.
I’ll take the Flambe’ ala Moslem.
It’s so good to hear our German Muslim friends are adopting American customs. There’s nothing better than roasting a pig on Memorial Day weekend.
good, if more females would do that the arabs would slow down on their rapes...they might get some pain back..
Why wasn’t she taken out and stoned for having an adulterous affair???
Feel good story of the year?
Light a man a fire and he’ll be warm for a day.
Light a man on fire and he’ll be warm the rest of his life.
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