November 3, 2009, - 12:15 pm
A couple of weeks ago, I noted the Phoenix-area attempted honor-killing of Noor Faleh Almaleki by her father, Faleh Hassan Almaleki, because she had become “too Westernized.” The elder Almaleki hit and ran over his daughter with his car because she refused to enter an arranged marraige with a selected Muslim man, instead preferring another Muslim man of her choice, with whom she was living. The family was comprised of Iraqi immigrants who became U.S. citizens.
So, What Else is New?: Yet another Islamic Honor Killer on U.S. Soil
Well, now, sadly, the honor-killing is complete. Ms. Almaleki died yesterday at the age of 20. Surprising kudos to ABC News for making the connection between this and the plight of Fathima Rifqa Bary, the 17-year-old Sri Lankan runaway from Ohio, who fears the same fate form her Muslim parents after she converted to Christianity.
Mr. Almaleki made it all the way to Mexico City and London, England, where fortunately the UK turned him back to Atlanta, in his attempt to escape. But this whole situation should be yet the latest handwriting on the wall for America, which sadly continues to ignore it.
As I noted previously , we can expect more and more of this, as long as we continue to allow Islamic immigrants into our country and allow them to trample the system with their Third Wold beliefs and value systems instead of absorbing into American culture.
And, as I’ve repeatedly asked, to those of you who think Bush’s Iraq War was such a great thing: if things are so great there, why are we accepting onto our shores loads and loads of Iraqi immigrants, like the Almalekis? If things are so great there, why can’t they stay in their own country and partake in the gazillions of American tax money that continue to pour into Iraq for sundry purposes, like starting businesses, encouraging Sunni-Shi’ite mixed marriages, etc.?
And why do we continue to import them and their problems to American soil?
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