July 2, 2010, - 10:01 am
When the Harry Potter books and movies came out, some parents in the West worried about the sorcery and witchcraft in the books. But, as Potter movie actress Afshan Azad recently learned from personal experience, the real problem the West faces isn’t fictional wizards or magic. It’s ISLAM.
Harry Potter Actress Afshan Azad (Right):
Victim of Attempted Muslim Honor-Killing
Even the pan-Muslim BBC (British Broadcasting for the Crescent-esque) reports that, last month, Ms. Azad was the victim of an attempted honor-killing by her Muslim family (but, predictably, fails to mention that key word: Islam). Her brother and father threatened the honor-killing, and her bro apparently tried to follow through, assaulting her at home in Manchester, England.
Hey, let’s hear it for the “peacefulness” of the “Religion of Peace”:
The father and brother of an actress who starred in Harry Potter have been charged with threatening to kill her at her home in Manchester.
Afshan Azad, 22, was cast as Padma Patil, a classmate of the child wizard in the film series.
Abdul Azad, 54, and his son Ashraf, 28, are alleged to have threatened her at her Longsight home. The 28-year-old is also accused of assaulting his sister.
Both men appeared at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday.
The case was adjourned until July 12 for committal proceedings to Manchester Crown Court.
Miss Azad first appeared as her character – the identical twin sister of Parvati Patil – in Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire
She will also feature in Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows, the final film in the saga.
Hmmm . . . she probably committed the “crime” of dating a non-Muslim. Or, perhaps, wearing a short-sleeved shirt.
Sadly, all the black magic and pretend spells in the world won’t make Islam and its inherent violence go away. Only we can do that by facing facts and taking action to stop Islamic immigration and crack down on its backward ways.
Sadly, we pretend–like Harry Potter books–that it’s all fiction. Ms. Azad isn’t the only one to know that it’s all too real.
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