Skip to comments.Ads to Help Muslim Girls in Danger of Honor Killing Removed As Islamic Supremacists Make Demands
Posted on 10/31/2013 6:33:25 PM PDT by Tolerance Sucks Rocks
Our AFDI honor killing ads which hit the streets last week were taken down today.
I just received a call from CTV asking me what I thought of the removal of our ad, which was designed to help Muslim girls in trouble. I had not been told. It was the first I was hearing it.
We placed our ads in Edmonton because human rights activists there wanted to partner with our organization to do so. Honor killing is a grim reality that is largely ignored, and girls are suffering as a result. Muslim fathers kill their daughters for real or imagined sexual indiscretions that have supposedly dishonored the family. Nothing is done because political correctness prevents us from speaking about the problem honestly. Muslims commit 91 percent of honor killings worldwide and Islamic law stipulates no penalty for a parent who kills his child. These girls need and deserve protection.
Apparently Muslims complained. Why?
Is this how the Canadian Muslim community responds to the desperate circumstances of Muslim girls living in devout Muslim homes? They deny, obfuscate and dissemble. The Muslim community protects the religious honor code, while smearing and libeling the truth tellers coming to the aid of these girls as "racists."
AFDI's new honor killing awareness campaign was designed to help young girls living in fear of the Islamic honor code.
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WHY THE FRACK ARE WE LETTING THESE PEOPLE IMMIGRATE INTO THE US???
Are the girls in the White House safe?
well that is a damn good question
are they subject to honor killing if they don’t want to wait until they are married off to some moslem misogynist?
Bwahahahaha!!! Oh wait thats hate speech.
Ibrahim Hooper and the C.A.I.R. never stands against this stuff, and he wonders why he doesn’t command some respect.
no thats the best medicine
END MUSLIM IMMIGRATION NOW!!!
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