Thursday, 3 March 2016

Time to stand up for women's rights. Say no to Sharia

The following news report from Canada is a disturbing example of the misogynist streak in Islam which needs to be tackled without all the false accusations of "islamophobia" thrown around by the so-called lefties who don't seem to care a jot about the rights of non-white women in the distorted name of "anti-imperialism"

I have included the video description below which includes transcripts of the parents testimonies.

Muslim Dad Muhammad Parvez dialled 911. He explained what he had done. "I killed my daughter. . . with my hands," he told the operator. "She wanted to take her stuff out."

The Muslim Dad and the Daughter had been in a dispute over not wearing the Hijab and the girl wanted to run away.

Before the Murder, the victim Aqsa Parvez tried to talk to her friends about her life Aqsa began to cry, as she tried to convince her disbelieving friends that her father would kill her, "No, he swore on the Qur'an," Aqsa said. "He said he'd kill me if I ever ran away again."

In a police interview on the day 16-year old Aqsa was murdered, her mother whose name is Anwar Jan Parvez, crying and talking out loud to herself, was recorded as saying she thought her husband was only going to "break legs and arms," but instead "killed her straight away."

The mother was also audio-recorded as saying "Oh God, Oh God. . . Oh my Aqsa, you should have listened," said in a police interview room. "Everyone tried to make you understand. Everyone begged you, but you did not listen. . .", as if it was the victim's brought this fate onto herself.

When she asked her husband why he killed her, he told her: "This is my insult. My community will say you have not been able to control your daughter. This is my insult. She is making me naked."

Muhhamad Parvez, the Muslim Dad, was also worried about Aqsa's future. All of his children had married their first cousins through arranged marriages. And the plan was for Aqsa to be married in the same way when she was old enough, to a boy in her brother's wife's family.

Day Conference on Sharia Law, Legal Pluralism and Access to Justice

30 April 2016  11:30am-5:30pm  Central London, near Kings Cross Station

30 April: Day Conference on Sharia Law, Legal Pluralism and Access to Justice

Elham Manea will present the findings of her new book Women And Sharia Law: The Impact Of Legal Pluralism In The UK. Women’s rights groups that led successful campaigns preventing public authorities such as the governing body of UK Universities and the Law Society from incorporating aspects of Sharia laws into their public policies will further present their case against Sharia courts and the Beth Din, legal aid cuts, and the denial of access to equality and human rights.

Confirmed Speakers include:

Diana Nammi, Director of Iranian Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation
Elham Manea, Author of Women And Sharia Law: The Impact Of Legal Pluralism In The UK
Gita Sahgal, Director of Centre for Secular Space
Pragna Patel, Director of Southall Black Sisters
Maryam Namazie, Spokesperson of One Law for All and Council of Ex-Muslims of Britain
Nareen Rehman, Co-Founder and Chair of British Muslims for Secular Democracy
Yasmin Rehman, Women’s Rights Campaigner

Further details: One Law For All

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