Skip to comments.Honour killings: Man guns down six daughters
Posted on 07/27/2011 11:14:17 AM PDT by LukeL
FAISALABAD: A man gunned down six of his daughters on suspicion that two of them were in relationships with boys in the neighbourhood. (excerpt)
So he killed the other 4 because??
He was on a roll.
Because they knew about it and didn’t tell him.
He didn't want to have to clean the gun a second time.
Sick bastards — I bet Britain and France are really enjoying their multiculturalism.
America, of course, being the most dangerous.
Just to be sure. You know, "Kill them all and let the Moon god sort them out."
Yet, how many of those checks that Hussein keeps writing out to them are tax dollars from US women? Quit funding that backward cesspool and bring our troops home.
If I were God, I’d curse all Muslims so they could only give birth to boys. Then see how long they lasted.
1. He had more ammo.
2. He had more daughters.
Too damn lazy to parent them, and provide financially for them. Instead these jhadist types would rather create chaos, kill and let the prisons allow them to spread this cancer.
How do you say,”BITCHES”.. in third world craphole parlance..
And can anyone who disagrees when I say Islam is a disease of the human soul explain to me why this isn’t so? While not all are so rabidly diseased, virtually none of its proponents will actively (publically and privately) decry these acts.
Hilarious closing line in this article. 6 chicks murdered by dad and it reports that Pakistan isn’t “women friendly.” Ya think?
He should have his jewels pulled off one at a time.
I wonder if it should be argued that the daughter of any muslim man has the right to kill him at anytime in self defense...
How do you think they get all those virgins in Muslim heaven?
Without looking, I surmised Iran, China, and Saudi Arabia would be in the top 5. I was wrong. From the cited source:
Beleaguered by insurgency, corruption and dire poverty, Afghanistan ranked as most dangerous to women overall and came out worst in three of the poll's key risk categories: health, non-sexual violence and economic discrimination.
* Women in Afghanistan have a one in 11 chance of dying in childbirth.
* Some 87 pct of women are illiterate.
* 70-80 pct of girls and women face forced marriages.
Still reeling from a 1998-2003 war and accompanying humanitarian disaster that killed 5.4 million, Democratic Republic of Congo ranked second due mainly to staggering levels of sexual violence.
* About 1,150 women are raped every day, or some 420,000 a year, according to a recent report in the American Journal of Public Health.
* The Congolese Women's Campaign Against Sexual Violence puts the number of rapes at 40 women a day.
* 57 pct of pregnant women are anaemic.
Those polled cited cultural, tribal and religious practices harmful to women, including acid attacks, child and forced marriage and punishment or retribution by stoning or other physical abuse.
* More than 1,000 women and girls are victims of "honour killings" every year, according to Pakistan's Human Rights Commission.
* 90 pct of women in Pakistan face domestic violence.
Female foeticide, child marriage and high levels of trafficking and domestic servitude make the world's largest democracy the fourth most dangerous place for women, the poll showed.
* 100 million people, mostly women and girls, are involved in trafficking in one way or another, according to former Indian Home Secretay Madhukar Gupta.
* Up to 50 million girls are "missing" over the past century due to female infanticide and foeticide.
* 44.5 pct of girls are married before the age of 18.
One of the poorest, most violent and lawless countries, Somalia ranked fifth due to a catalogue of dangers including high maternal mortality, rape, female genital mutilation (FGM) and child marriage.
* 95 pct of women face FGM, mostly between the ages of 4 and 11.
* Only 9 pct of women give birth at a health facility.
* Only 7.5 pct of parliament seats are held by women.