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Canada convicts muslims of honour killing 2012 Jan.

Reader comment on item: Canada's Muslims, Not of One Mind
in response to reader comment: Canadastan,where honor killings will soon be the norm

Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jan 30, 2012 at 18:01

In Kingston Ontario Canada, the jury convicted the Shafia family of murder. The 4 victims of this muslim based killing were Azinib, Sahar, Geeti and their mom Rona mohammed Amir. Islamic law says it is ok for a muslim man to kill his wife or daughters if they disobey him. Sharia law allows an islamic man to kill his family, legally. Canada does not allow for honour killing ! We convicted muslim mohammad sharia and his wife tooba mohammad yahya and son hamed. These three were convicted of murder by a jury in Canada. Had these killing occured in any muslim nation, there would be no one held accountable. Sharia law allows for muslim men to kill females. In Canada males and females are equal. In islam, males rule over females. This is one more reason why all countries in the West including Canada, really must ask - why are we allowing in any muslim immigrants ?


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