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Unsustainability of Islam: father seeking life insurance money for the dead radicalized daughter

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Submitted by Prashant (India), Sep 22, 2022 at 15:20

Dear Dr Pipes, the never ending stream of bizarre stories coming out of the Islamic world might indicate the unsustainability of Islam in the current modern world. It is possible that the Islamic world is acting bizarre because people are living in contradictions and have no good standards and examples to follow.

This bizarre story is about a successful Muslim father seeking life insurance money for his dead radicalized daughter who was an al-quaeda soldier but was ambushed and killed by ISIS.

It so happened that Mr Karroum came to Australia from Lebanon, married a white woman who gave birth to Amira Karroum. He opened a Kebab shop which became so successful that he sent Amira to private schools and, dear Amira finished her education and became of marriageable age. Soon a prince arrived for her. He was none other than a citizen of USA and Australia. As Allah would grant it, he was a revert to Islam. He soon radicalized himself and radicalized Amira also. And, Amira declared herself to be a slave of Allah. Our princess married her beloved prince and soon sent him to -you got it- Turkey. Someone nice enough bought an AUD 300000 life insurance policy for Amira. He had at least one job offer. It was from Al-queda. He accepted the offer. Mean while, dear Amira, met a nice guy who was the husband of the famous Ms Matthews the naqab wearing Australian revert to Islam. She had seven nice children and evaded a conviction because no policeman can identify a naqab wearing woman. This guy had many different names but that was not a problem for any one. Amira was offered a car and cash and the slave of Allah also left for Turkey. But probably ISIS did not like competing for talent with Al-queda. They ambushed the camp where our princess was residing with her husband and executed both of them. As if there was no enough blood in the world, their bodies were dismembered. The father must have grieved the death of his daughter. It is said that he suferred a heart attack.

This story would not be Islamesque bizarre if it ended here.

The grif striken father went out to claim the life insurance money. He sued the Australian government because they don't want to pay money to radicalized people. The father believes in technical loopholes. He argued that his daughter was radicalized before the law of not paying life insurance money for radicalized youth was passed. I don't know if the kebab shop is still in business and if daddy needs the money or not.

Citation:https://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/gold-coast/mohumed-karroum-launches-legal-battle-for-jihadi-daughters-insurance/news-story/842f4c522f92187775c21c0ed271f4ed

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