> “Tamerlan had a prior assault and battery charge, years before he planned the Boston Marathon bombing on April 15.”
> “Tamerlan Tsarnaev, one of the men responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing, was arrested in 2009 for hitting his then-girlfriend, Nadine Ascencao, after an argument about another woman. This photo proves that Tamerlans violent streak started years before the horrific explosions on April 15.”
> “In July 2009, Tamerlan was arrested for slapping an ex-girlfriend, according to court records. His ex was crying hysterically and called 911 to report that she was beat up by her boyfriend, Cambridge Police Officer Angela Pereira wrote in the arrest report. Tamerlan told police that his ex was yelling at him because of another girl (presumably future wife Katherine Russell). Tsarnaev stated at the time, Yes, I slapped her. He said that he struck the left side of her face.”
> “Tamerlans charges, assault and battery, were dismissed before trial, according to Mail Online.”
> “Nadine has since said that Tamerlan was obsessed with Islam, she was afraid to leave him and he tried to brainwash her.”
> I went to his mosque a couple of times and even looked into converting to make him happy. I thought, This is crazy but I still did it for him, Nadine told The Sun. Tamerlan had taken my virginity and said he loved me because I was pure and hadnt been with any other guys. I was in love and scared hed leave me if I didnt do what he said. Looking back I had a lucky escape.
> “Eleven months after the charges, Tamerlan married Katherine after convincing her to convert from Christianity to Islam.”
To not have sympathy for her is entirely understandable. But look at what is reported that the ex-girlfriend said”
I went to his mosque a couple of times and even looked into converting to make him happy. I thought, This is crazy but I still did it for him, Nadine told The Sun. Tamerlan had taken my virginity and said he loved me because I was pure and hadnt been with any other guys. I was in love and scared hed leave me if I didnt do what he said. Looking back I had a lucky escape.
Young women can be easily fooled and charmed. The point to be made here is to broadcast loud and clear to young women in America and beyond to not have anything to do with Muslims unless such Muslims renounce Islam and convert to Christianity or Judaism.
Here’s a real life story put to the Hollywood screen about how charming Muslim men can be to women, impregnate them and then gradually and eventually at a quickened pace cause them to convert even against their will.
The story and film also describe how immensely difficult it is for a woman to escape Islam once taken in.
A film should be made of Katherine (without any benefit to her) and shown to every teenage girl. Her story needs to be told. And if her attorney demands money for her story with her approval, I say fry her on the chair as an accessory to mass premeditated murder.
Yes, I’ve seen the movie—more than once, actually.
Teaching teenaged girls about the trap that is Islam is a fine idea, but where were Katherine Russell’s parents? If the family was indeed Christian, you would think the girl might have grown up with a knowledge of that particular truth. You might expect that the mother and father would have reacted with horror to the revelation that their daughter planned to renounce Christianity in order to marry a medieval savage.
Yes, it’s hard for a woman to escape Islam once she’s ensnared, but the woman makes that choice of her own free will. “Not Without My Daughter” was made in 1991. In today’s world, a woman who makes such a choice does so through willful ignorance.
Being easily charmed is one thing. If Katherine Russell was indeed a Christian, and if she renounced Jesus Christ for a Muslim husband, that’s more than foolish-—it’s evil.