Skip to comments.Muslim community knew of Hassan's abuse
Posted on 02/20/2009 5:34:46 PM PST by Free ThinkerNY
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (WIVB) - A grand jury will now decide whether the founder of Bridges TV will go to trial for the decapitation murder of his wife, Aasiya Zubair Hassan.
"Everyone in the Muslim community was aware that she was indeed going through abuse," said Attorney Nadia Shahram."
Although not evident in family pictures, investigators say the 37-year-old mother endured abuse at the hands of her husband, Muzzammil Hassan.
Hassan is accused of beheading his wife last Thursday at Bridges TV in Orchard Park.
He walked into Orchard police headquarters and told them that his wife is dead. "Well, obviously that statement is part of the case and will be part of the proof the prosecution has," said James Harrington, Hassan's Defense Attorney.
Hassan founded Bridges TV following the 9/11 attacks against America. He wanted to dispel stereotypes about Muslims and to bridge cultures.
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“..the 37-year-old mother endured abuse at the hands of her husband..”
They seemed to be such a nice and well-adjusted couple and so very much liked in the neighborhood.
He didn’t do such a good job dispelling those stereotypes, did he?
“Heckuva job, Muzzami” Highjacked a “religion of Pieces”
There is some question about whether he should be tried ??? Obviously this is just a case of Cultural Differences and there is no jdicial action indicated. ??
He didn't do either.
“Obviously this is just a case of Cultural Differences and there is no jdicial action indicated. ??”
Yes, of course. And don’t you forget that all cultures are equally redeeming. Wassamatter, you’re a homophobe, or something?
Yet aother beheading slaughter ignored by NOW and the LSM (Left Stream Media).
Folks, make sure everyone you know watches this 15-min documentary about islam.
FITNA THE MOVIE:
Perhaps he’ll ask for trial by imams.
Your muslim community is full of cowards...
Big surprise. Isn't abuse of the wife one of the main tenets of izzle-ahm?
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