April 11, 2010, - 2:21 pm
Remember Faleh Hassan Almaleki, the Glendale, Arizona Iraqi Muslim immigrant who honor-killed his daughter, Noor Faleh Almaleki, for the “crime” of becoming “too Westernized” and choosing her own boyfriend, instead staying married to a cousin in a pre-arranged marriage in Iraq? I first wrote about this back in October, when the father attempted the honor-killing, and later in November, when it was successful, and his daughter died.
A Family Affair:
Relatives Helped Faleh Almaleki Honor Kill His Daughter on US Soil, Escape
Well, per usual, Mr. Almaleki had help from within his larger Muslim family. Plenty of help. Many times before, I’ve noted that many family members conspire in Islamic honor killings. As I wrote previously, when Palestina “Tina” Isa was honor-killed in St. Louis for having a Black boyfriend, her Islamic convert mother, Maria Isa, helped hold her down as her Palestinian Muslim father, Zein Isa–who was part of the Islamic terrorist group, Abu Nidal, was also part of a fund-raising ring for the group, and was under surveillance by the FBI–stabbed her. “Die quickly, my daughter. Die quickly” the mother was heard saying on surveillance tapes.
When Sarah and Amina Said were honor-killed by their father, Yaser Abcel Said, they were knowingly sent in to be slaughtered by their mother, Patricia “Tissy” Said, and their brother, Islam Said. That’s why it was so incredibly disgusting when Scamela Geller and Slobbert Spencer invited Mrs. Said (and offered to pay her travel expenses) to a sparsely-attended, self-promotion fest they organized in Ohio, ostensibly to rally in support of Fathima Rifqa Bary. They knew what Mrs. Said did (and they angered and caused great anguish to the girls’ only protector, their aunt Gail Gartrell), and yet, they were more interested in headlines and self-promotion than expressing disgust at a conspirator to murder.
And, now, we learn that Mr. Almaleki had lots of familial help in his successful honor murder, too. Future guest speakers at a Geller/Spencer rally?:
Police documents in the case of a Glendale father accused of slaying his daughter in an “honor killing” suggest family members might have helped him during his time as a fugitive. . . .
Almaleki, 49, crossed into Mexico and eventually caught a flight to London, where he was detained by British customs officials and extradited back.
During the six-day search for Almaleki, family members had multiple phone calls with him, filled a prescription for the insulin-dependent diabetic and apparently supplied him with money in Mexico, according to a Peoria police report.
All the while, Almaleki’s son, cousin and wife repeatedly denied to investigators that they were assisting the fugitive or knew his whereabouts.
Peoria police are now investigating the extent to which family members might have helped Almaleki on the run and charges are possible, police spokesman Jay Davies said. . . .
According to the report, early interactions between police and Almaleki’s wife, Seham, were often cut short because she would not answer questions or stop shouting. His eldest son, Ali, also had heated exchanges with police.
Mohamed El-Sharkawy, a local Muslim leader, was brought in to serve as a go-between. At the direction of investigators, he questioned the family about their contact with Almaleki. El-Sharkawy said they denied knowing Almaleki’s whereabouts and the wife claimed she hung up on him when he called.
Telephone records and interview transcripts from the police report paint a different view of the family’s actions.
During an interview with Peoria detectives, Almaleki acknowledged relatives had helped him, saying that it was part of their culture to try to help family members with a “bigger problem.” [DS: The "bigger problem" than murdering your daughter is helping to cover up murder and avoid going to the Infidels' jail.] He told investigators he received $1,900 from a Hispanic man who had been sent over the border by his cousin, Jamal Almaleki. At the time of the assault, Faleh Almaleki said, he had about $400 on him and drove directly to Nogales, Sonora. He used the money to fly to London.
And don’t think that Almaleki’s Mexican, uh, “business partners” aren’t doing the same every single day for sundry tens of hundreds of Muslims seeking to sneak into–rather than out of–the U.S.
Police also became suspicious of family members after a pharmacy employee told authorities that Seham and Ali Almaleki had filled a prescription in Faleh’s name, the report states.
Unless these family members are charged with criminal conspiracy to commit murder, Islamic family members will continue to aid and abet honor killings on U.S. soil. And, hey, they can be featured, honored guests at Scamela and Slobbert’s fake counter-Islamic events.
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