Skip to comments.Victoria’s Secret worker scarred for life by niqab-wearing acid attacker
Posted on 02/03/2013 7:58:22 AM PST by LSUfan
A young woman was facially disfigured and almost lost her eyesight in a horrific unprovoked acid attack on the streets of London.
Naomi Oni, 20, was on her way home from work when an unknown attacker dressed in a niqab threw a chemical substance at her leaving the retail assistant with severe burns on her head, neck, arms, legs and body.
These shocking images have now been released by Ms Oni in an appeal for help to catch the attacker whose identity was concealed behind the Muslim womens dress which completely covers the face apart from the eyes.
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I have had acid in my face. That is extremely painful. The person that did this should be dipped in the acid.
We need to control guns and kitchen knives in the UK.
Meaning, the Amish are their top suspects.
Politically correct BS! This is clearly a hate crime by a Muslim.
What is a “niqab”?
It’s probably too late for Great Britain given it’s open door policy to muslim immigration, this is only the tip of the iceberg for increased anti-west activities by the mohammedans, even at the street level. So much for cultural diversity and the harmony between muslims and the rest of the world (sic).
The attackers clothes pretty much says it...
B.S. Acid attack, knife attack, rape and murder,etc. The Religion of Peace strikes again. Lovely.
I was attacked by a guy with Sulfuric acid on my side and spots on the scalp. It was one of the most painful things. Especially when it got infected and had to have the scabs and infection scraped off. I feel for this woman. ROP strikes again.
That is the obvious conclusion, but you have to be suspicious when things look too obvious. It is possible that this woman had some personal enemies who wanted to cause her ill (like a jilted ex-boyfriend). The authorities would be negligent if they rules that possibility out.
A niqab would hide the attacker from identification. I would certainly question any former boyfriends.
which is why they should be banned on the streets because it has become a convenient way for criminals and persons wanted by police to hide from cameras and from being confronted and from going to place to place unseen. Its no different to a robber wearing a balaclava.
“A Scotland Yard spokesman said acid attacks were extremely rare and that detectives were keeping an open mind as to the motive.”
And they should. It truly is important that when something psychotic happens - and there’s a direct or strong indirect islamic link - we don’t immediately assume that only a muslim could be responsible for it, and ignore other logical possibilities.
But, we need to acknowledge reality: you don’t start your questioning in, say.....Buddhatown. You go there once you’ve exhausted all your leads in Muslimville.
They are more common in muslim countries. The UK should expect more of the same a the muslim population grows more muslim.
Possibly, but in my opinion, not probable.