Honour, my a s s


Durry
+2
#61
Quote: Originally Posted by Johnnny View Post

In other cultures it's an honour to be murdered in the name of religion.

No, only certain cultures, who are garbage cultures, honour killings in the name of religion, Muslim is one such religion.
 
MHz
-1
#62
Christians have killed a few million people in the last few years just because they were Muslims. Women and kids being the preferred targets.
Apparently you have lost touch with the foul stench you let off. The fuktards are always the last to get clued in.


I could go over 613 laws the Jews swear by and most of them call for a death. Notice they seem to not be following that part yet claim God will disown them if they don't have kosher food to eat. Let's be clear about who the retards are here.


Having you supporting them is a black eye so don't stop anytime soon.




Walnut, show should open your eyes, the world has passed you by. Nobody believes the shit you spread anymore. How does it feel to know people in the 3rd world are way smarter than you are or ever will be. (no question mark because who gives a fuk really)



https://sputniknews.com/asia/2018081...aysia-pm-jews/
In 2013, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad appeared to urge the wiping out of all Jews and cited as an example the Holocaust.

Anti-Semitism is an artificial construct created to stop people from criticizing Jews for any wrongdoing, making them the only race that is beyond reproach, Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said in an interview with the Associated Press on Monday.
“There is one race that cannot be criticized. If you are anti-Semitic, it seems almost as if you are a criminal … anti-Semitic is a term that is invented to prevent people from criticizing the Jews for doing wrong things,” noted.
Mohamad, who was sworn in as prime minister in May, earlier said that “Jews rule this world by proxy.”
Last edited by MHz; Aug 16th, 2018 at 02:57 PM..
 
Walter
#63
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

Christians have killed a few million people in the last few years just because they were Muslims. Women and kids being the preferred targets.
Apparently you have lost touch with the foul stench you let off. The fuktards are always the last to get clued in.

Link.
 
MHz
#64
Quote: Originally Posted by Walter View Post

Link.

Start here and work your way up.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RM0uvgHKZe8
Madeleine Albright - The deaths of 500,000 Iraqi children was worth it for Iraq's non existent WMD's

What a vile mutherfuker she is, that goes for all who support that war as well.
 
Durry
+1
#65
Muslims are shithole culture and religion.

Muslims have not made a positive contribution towards mankind in over 100 years, maybe never ever made a positive contribution towards mankind.

What a waste of useless garbage
 
MHz
#66
I would say you should get out more by why put a bigger blight on society that we already have to endure. Any of you fukers ever use facts in your posts?? Oh wait, you can't because there are none to back you up.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islami...edieval_Europe
  • 1 Transmission routes
  • 2 Aristotelianism and other philosophies
  • 3 Sciences
    • 3.1 Alchemy
    • 3.2 Astronomy, mathematics, physics
    • 3.3 Medicine
  • 4 Technology and culture
    • 4.1 Agriculture and textiles
    • 4.2 Arts
    • 4.3 Writing
    • 4.4 Carpets
    • 4.5 Music
    • 4.6 Technology
    • 4.7 Coinage
  • 5 Literature
 
Durry
+1
#67
Quote: Originally Posted by MHz View Post

I would say you should get out more by why put a bigger blight on society that we already have to endure. Any of you fukers ever use facts in your posts?? Oh wait, you can't because there are none to back you up.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islami...edieval_Europe

  • 1 Transmission routes
  • 2 Aristotelianism and other philosophies
  • 3 Sciences
    • 3.1 Alchemy
    • 3.2 Astronomy, mathematics, physics
    • 3.3 Medicine
  • 4 Technology and culture
    • 4.1 Agriculture and textiles
    • 4.2 Arts
    • 4.3 Writing
    • 4.4 Carpets
    • 4.5 Music
    • 4.6 Technology
    • 4.7 Coinage
  • 5 Literature

Hahaha you have to go back to medieval times to find some sliver of contribution these useless Muslims made towards mankind,, hahahaha most of these contributions were made by non Muslims but Muslims took credit because they needed some recognition.
Hahahaha what a useless ethnic group.
 
spaminator
#68
Activists call for justice after honour killing of Palestinian woman
Postmedia News
Published:
September 1, 2019
Updated:
September 1, 2019 2:15 PM EDT
Isra'a Ghrayeb. (Facebook)
The death of a 21-year-old aspiring makeup artist has activists from around the world calling for justice.
Isra’a Ghrayeb, a Palestinian woman from Bethlehem, was reportedly killed this past Thursday after being allegedly tortured and beaten to death by her brother in a family honour killing.
According to The New Arab, Ghraybeb was killed after posting a video on social media depicting her and her fiance.
Her brother, Ihab — a Canadian citizen — was reportedly angered by the video, believing it was a family dishonour to show herself with her betrothed together before a formal wedding ceremony takes place.
Citing social media posts, The New Arab reported Ihab’s father called for his daughter’s beating after other family members saw the video. Local media reported Ghrayeb fell from the second floor of the family home while trying to escape family violence.
The fall caused severe spinal injuries. While in hospital awaiting a spinal cord operation, Ghrayeb stated on an Instagram story she had to cancel all August and September makeup appointments because of her bad state of health.
“I’m strong and I have the will to live — if I didn’t have this willpower, I would have died yesterday,” she reportedly wrote.
While in hospital, Ghraybeb was allegedly attacked a second time. She later died.
It’s unclear how Ghraybeb really died. Social media reports claim the woman died at home days after the alleged hospital attack.
Ghraybeb’s family claim she died of a heart attack.
Police have not officially commented on the alleged killing.
News of Ghraybeb’s death spawned the Arabic hashtag #WeAreAllIsraa which trended online with messages calling for justice for the woman’s death. Others called on the Canadian government to arrest Ihab for the alleged crime.

http://alaraby.co.uk/english/news/20...honour-killing
http://torontosun.com/news/world/act...estinian-woman
 
spaminator
#69
S2019 E11011911/01/19
Deliberate Evil
Details
Also available on the NBC app
A woman is found murdered in her car outside of her apartment. Solving this mystery would take not just years, but also involve at least one more murder. Josh Mankiewicz reports.
Available until 09/26/20
Appearing:
Lester Holt
Tags: News, Crime, Murder, Mystery, Lester Holt, Josh Mankiewicz, Keith Morrison, Dennis Murphy, Andrea Canning
S2019 E11011983 minFull EpisodeNews and InformationPrimetime
http://nbc.com/dateline/video/deliberate-evil/4057974
 
spaminator
#70
Shafia murders: Mother 'discovered freedom' behind bars
Paul Cherry, Montreal Gazette
Published:
December 13, 2019
Updated:
December 13, 2019 5:23 PM EST
Tooba Mohammad Yahya walks out of the police van at the Frontenac Court courthouse in Kingston Ontario on October 20, 2011.Lars Hagberg / Montreal Gazette
"You shared at the hearing that since you became incarcerated, you have discovered freedom."
Tooba Mohammad Yahya, the Montreal woman who was convicted of murdering her three daughters in so-called honour killings, says she is finally experiencing freedom now that she is serving time in a federal penitentiary and no longer under the thumb of her controlling husband.
In June 2009, Yahya’s husband Mohammad Shafia and their son, Hamed, somehow managed to get three of her daughters and Shafia’s other wife inside a car. They used another car to push the vehicle into a canal in Kingston, Ont. The three sisters — Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13 — and Shafia’s first wife Rona Amir Mohammad, 52, all drowned. Yahya and Shafia, originally from Afghanistan, initially told police the four went missing while the family was returning from a trip to Niagara Falls.
While the police conducted a search for the missing relatives, they uncovered evidence of what really happened. The couple and their son were arrested at their home in the St-Léonard borough on July 22, 2009, and all three were convicted of murder in Kingston in 2012.
Mohammad Shafia, his son Hamed and Tooba Mohammad Yahya walk into the Frontenac Court courthouse in Kingston Ontario on October 20, 2011. All three were charged with first degree murder of sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, as well as Rona Amir Mohammad, 52. Lars Hagberg / Montreal Gazette
Even after the trial, Yahya maintained her innocence and filed an appeal of the jury’s verdict. But, according to a decision made by the Parole Board of Canada in September, she has since changed her story.
In September, Yahya successfully applied for an escorted temporary absence from the federal penitentiary in Quebec where she is currently incarcerated. She wanted a few hours to be able to mourn at her mother’s grave with Yahya’s other children. Yahya told the parole board that she hated her mother for allowing her to be married to Shafia when she was just 17. She also resented the fact that her mother allowed her to marry a man who was already married to an older woman.
Story continues below
She also told the parole board she now feels more free than when she was married to Shafia.
The author of a summary of the parole board’s decision wrote: “You are considered engaged in your correctional plan. Moreover, you shared during the hearing that you are now more confident, more in control of your life and now know your rights. The board understands that you can now make your own decisions and follow your own values. You are no longer being controlled by your husband, and even filed for divorce. You shared at the hearing that since you became incarcerated, you have discovered freedom. You feel guilty for the death of your daughters, and for leaving your surviving children behind.”
“You also shared that after you got married, your husband would not let you talk or see your mother anymore. She was eventually diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and would not recognize you anymore, referring to you as her niece instead of her daughter. She died before you had the opportunity to see her again, and never got to say goodbye. For you to go to her grave and pay your respects in the presence of your three younger surviving children would enable you to move forward in your mourning process. The Board is of the opinion that permitting you to grieve your mother may also help you process the death of your three daughters.”
Yahya’s mother died in May. According to the summary, “at the hearing, you mentioned that this (escorted temporary absence) would give you the chance to say goodbye to your mother. You mentioned that you are still angry at her but that she deserves forgiveness. You said that you cannot change the past. You also mentioned that the (absence) would be a first step into your social reintegration into society.”
While originally denying any role in the murders, Yahya suddenly changed her version when she appeared before the board. She stills denies any role in planning the murders, but conceded she feels guilty for having done nothing to protect the lives of her daughters.
“At the hearing, you confirmed that your husband, with the complicity of your son, committed the murder in front of your eyes. You explained that around 2 a.m. the night of the event, you and the four victims were waiting for them in the Nissan at the Kingston Mills Locks while they went to find a motel, as you were too tired and sick to keep driving. When they returned, your husband told you to get in the Lexus to rest, and you settled in the back seat. He then took your place in the driver’s seat of the Lexus and drove it into the Nissan, in which your three daughters and your husband’s first wife were sitting. You immediately asked what was going on. He answered that he was going to kill them. You tried to grab him from behind, pleading him not to do this. You tried to open the door but couldn’t. He then hit the Nissan with the Lexus a second time, and you saw the Nissan plunge into the water. You mentioned that after the fact, your son sat with you and calmly held your hand. You explained that you did not know about your husband’s plan to kill the victims.”
Yahya will be eligible for full parole in 2034. Her permanent residency status was removed last year and she is likely to be deported when she is released.
pcherry@postmedia.com
'Overwhelming' evidence in Shafia case could only have led to guilty verdicts: Crown
Supreme Court of Canada will not hear Shafia honour-killing appeal
Montreal man convicted in 'honour' killings ordered to pay wife’s legal fees
http://torontosun.com/news/the-shafi...om-behind-bars
 
Walter
#71
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

Shafia murders: Mother 'discovered freedom' behind bars
Paul Cherry, Montreal Gazette
Published:
December 13, 2019
Updated:
December 13, 2019 5:23 PM EST
Tooba Mohammad Yahya walks out of the police van at the Frontenac Court courthouse in Kingston Ontario on October 20, 2011.Lars Hagberg / Montreal Gazette
"You shared at the hearing that since you became incarcerated, you have discovered freedom."
Tooba Mohammad Yahya, the Montreal woman who was convicted of murdering her three daughters in so-called honour killings, says she is finally experiencing freedom now that she is serving time in a federal penitentiary and no longer under the thumb of her controlling husband.
In June 2009, Yahya’s husband Mohammad Shafia and their son, Hamed, somehow managed to get three of her daughters and Shafia’s other wife inside a car. They used another car to push the vehicle into a canal in Kingston, Ont. The three sisters — Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13 — and Shafia’s first wife Rona Amir Mohammad, 52, all drowned. Yahya and Shafia, originally from Afghanistan, initially told police the four went missing while the family was returning from a trip to Niagara Falls.
While the police conducted a search for the missing relatives, they uncovered evidence of what really happened. The couple and their son were arrested at their home in the St-Léonard borough on July 22, 2009, and all three were convicted of murder in Kingston in 2012.
Mohammad Shafia, his son Hamed and Tooba Mohammad Yahya walk into the Frontenac Court courthouse in Kingston Ontario on October 20, 2011. All three were charged with first degree murder of sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, as well as Rona Amir Mohammad, 52. Lars Hagberg / Montreal Gazette
Even after the trial, Yahya maintained her innocence and filed an appeal of the jury’s verdict. But, according to a decision made by the Parole Board of Canada in September, she has since changed her story.
In September, Yahya successfully applied for an escorted temporary absence from the federal penitentiary in Quebec where she is currently incarcerated. She wanted a few hours to be able to mourn at her mother’s grave with Yahya’s other children. Yahya told the parole board that she hated her mother for allowing her to be married to Shafia when she was just 17. She also resented the fact that her mother allowed her to marry a man who was already married to an older woman.
Story continues below
She also told the parole board she now feels more free than when she was married to Shafia.
The author of a summary of the parole board’s decision wrote: “You are considered engaged in your correctional plan. Moreover, you shared during the hearing that you are now more confident, more in control of your life and now know your rights. The board understands that you can now make your own decisions and follow your own values. You are no longer being controlled by your husband, and even filed for divorce. You shared at the hearing that since you became incarcerated, you have discovered freedom. You feel guilty for the death of your daughters, and for leaving your surviving children behind.”
“You also shared that after you got married, your husband would not let you talk or see your mother anymore. She was eventually diagnosed with Alzheimer’s and would not recognize you anymore, referring to you as her niece instead of her daughter. She died before you had the opportunity to see her again, and never got to say goodbye. For you to go to her grave and pay your respects in the presence of your three younger surviving children would enable you to move forward in your mourning process. The Board is of the opinion that permitting you to grieve your mother may also help you process the death of your three daughters.”
Yahya’s mother died in May. According to the summary, “at the hearing, you mentioned that this (escorted temporary absence) would give you the chance to say goodbye to your mother. You mentioned that you are still angry at her but that she deserves forgiveness. You said that you cannot change the past. You also mentioned that the (absence) would be a first step into your social reintegration into society.”
While originally denying any role in the murders, Yahya suddenly changed her version when she appeared before the board. She stills denies any role in planning the murders, but conceded she feels guilty for having done nothing to protect the lives of her daughters.
“At the hearing, you confirmed that your husband, with the complicity of your son, committed the murder in front of your eyes. You explained that around 2 a.m. the night of the event, you and the four victims were waiting for them in the Nissan at the Kingston Mills Locks while they went to find a motel, as you were too tired and sick to keep driving. When they returned, your husband told you to get in the Lexus to rest, and you settled in the back seat. He then took your place in the driver’s seat of the Lexus and drove it into the Nissan, in which your three daughters and your husband’s first wife were sitting. You immediately asked what was going on. He answered that he was going to kill them. You tried to grab him from behind, pleading him not to do this. You tried to open the door but couldn’t. He then hit the Nissan with the Lexus a second time, and you saw the Nissan plunge into the water. You mentioned that after the fact, your son sat with you and calmly held your hand. You explained that you did not know about your husband’s plan to kill the victims.”
Yahya will be eligible for full parole in 2034. Her permanent residency status was removed last year and she is likely to be deported when she is released.
pcherry@postmedia.com
'Overwhelming' evidence in Shafia case could only have led to guilty verdicts: Crown
Supreme Court of Canada will not hear Shafia honour-killing appeal
Montreal man convicted in 'honour' killings ordered to pay wife’s legal fees
http://torontosun.com/news/the-shafi...om-behind-bars

She's a sick broad.
 
spaminator
#72
WARMINGTON: Cops who locked up Shafia killers angry over pass
Joe Warmington
Published:
December 15, 2019
Updated:
December 15, 2019 1:26 PM EST
Tooba Yahya Postmedia file
Providing a temporary pass from prison to a woman convicted in the honour murder of her daughters and their stepmom has outraged the cops who sent her away.
And Halton Regional Police Chief Steve Tanner said the federal parole board shouldn’t give any freedom to murderer Tooba Yahya.
“This was one of the most horrific murders that I have ever personally played a role in investigating and there is no way she should have received a day pass or any form of leniency,” Tanner told the Toronto Sun.
It’s personal for him since at the time of the June 30, 2009 quadruple murder in the Kingston Mills lock of the Rideau canal he was the chief of Kingston Police.
Now a decade later, he won’t stay quiet about parole board granting Yahya an escorted pass to visit her mother’s grave in Montreal.
Story continues below
As Postmedia reported Saturday, because of a belief the risk of her re-offending minimal and with “compassionate” and “humanitarian” consideration, Yahya won this request.
Yet she, along with her husband Mohammad Shafia and their then 21-year-old son Hamed, was convicted of four counts of first-degree murder in the slayings of Shafia sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, Geeti, 13 and Shafia’s first wife, Rona Mohammad Amir who were all found inside in a car submerged in water.
A jury found the Afghanistan-born trio guilty in 2012 for what police and the prosecution showed was a staged event emanating from Mohammad Shafia’s anger at the westernization of his teenage daughters, whom he called “whores.”
Yahya has now changed her story that she was asleep and now acknowledges she was aware but unable to stop it.
“At the hearing, you confirmed that your husband, with the complicity of your son, committed the murder in front of your eyes,” the Montreal Gazette quoted Saturday from the parole board report.
“You explained that around 2 a.m. the night of the event, you and the four victims were waiting for them in the Nissan at the Kingston Mills Locks while they went to find a motel, as you were too tired and sick to keep driving . . . . but were replaced in the driver seat by Mohammad Shafia who drove the Lexus “into the Nissan, in which your three daughters and your husband’s first wife were sitting.”
Added the parole board: “You saw the Nissan plunge into the water. You mentioned that after the fact, your son sat with you and calmly held your hand. You explained that you did not know about your husband’s plan to kill the victims” and were “pleading him not to do this.”
Yahya says she now has remorse for this and with her children would like to pay respects to her mother who died in May.
“You mentioned that this (escorted temporary absence) would give you the chance to say goodbye to your mother” and how that would be “a first step into your social reintegration into society.”
Somehow, despite not being eligible for parole until 2034 and having been deported back to Afghanistan upon her release, the parole board went for this five hour furlough.
Tanner called it ridiculous.
Shafia murders: Mother 'discovered freedom' behind bars, changed story, filed for divorce
MANDEL: If only we could deport the killer Shafias now
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“Why does someone feel sorry for a multiple murderer and they get to go visit their moms grave?” asked Tanner.
“She obviously didn’t ask to go visit the grave of her three children or the fourth victim for any kind of closure. Apparently Zainab, Sahar and Geeti were not worthy of a visit from their mom. Nor was Rona Amir Mohammed who she also played a role in murdering.”
I sat right behind her in the prisoner’s box never saw any warmth of remorse from Yahya. I agree with Tanner. This woman deserves nothing from Canada. Make her sit in prison and then deport her.
Her victims won’t be getting any breaks.
This has shaken Kingston Police to the core, including Kingston Police Insp. Brian Begbie who was in charge of the case who at the time reminded no prison sentence will ever bring back the victims.
Said Tanner: “She should be there 25 years with no parole. That shouldn’t include vacation or bereavement leave.”
http://torontosun.com/news/provincia...ngry-over-pass
 

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