February 1, 2012, - 3:41 pm
**** UPDATE, 08/20/12: Candice Cohen-Ahnine Dies From Mysterious Circumstances ****
For more than a decade and well before 9/11, I’ve written about the many moronic women who seek relationships with Muslims, then are shocked–shocked!–when they are abused, regarded as mere sex slaves or additional-wife material (when there are already several other wives), and/or lose custody of their children. Anyone who claims not to know that this is the fate of the idiotettes who copulate with Muslims is a complete fool and simply not living in the real world. And so it is that I have mixed feelings about Candice Cohen-Ahnine, the stupid Jewish woman who started a sexual affair with a Saudi Muslim prince, calling it an “interfaith relationship.” Um, more like “intercourse relationship,” and blind faith and stupidity on her part.
It’s always good to see an “evil Zionist” beat a Muslim–no less a Saudi Prince–in court and to see her get custody of her child with this beast, likely raising the child as a Jew (since the child is Jewish under Jewish law). But good luck getting the kid back and out of Saudi hands. Also, I am sure that this idiotowitz, Ms. Cohen-Ahnine, if she actually gets the kid back, will probably raise her kid to be just as stupid and foolish as she was. Did she really expect that this Al-Prince-Not-So-Charming was going to marry her–and her alone–and that they would live happily ever after in some warped “interfaith” fantasy? Only a complete imbecile would come to that conclusion. She’s one of the many bims I call, “interfaith copulationists.” There ain’t no “interfaith” involved. And what kind of Jew visits Saudi Arabia with her kid, expecting to have the kid leave with her? Only one passed over by the Jewish smart gene. That’s for sure.
A French Jewish mother has won a custody battle in France against a Saudi prince, who has been ordered to return their 10-year old daughter he was alleged to have kidnapped after their cross-religious romance turned sour.
The Paris criminal court ordered Prince Sattam al-Saud from the kingdom’s founding royal family, to hand over custody of his daughter Aya to her French mother, Candice Cohen-Ahnine, and provide child support of €10,000 (£8,300) a month.
For the past three-and-a-half years, the prince has kept Aya in a Riyadh palace despite efforts by the French foreign ministry and President Nicolas Sarkozy’s office to resolve the issue.
But the French court ruling appears to have had no effect on the prince. “What do I care of Sarkozy?” he is cited as telling Nouvel Observateur magazine. “If need be, I’ll go like [Osama] bin Laden and hide in the mountains with Aya.”
Miss Cohen-Ahnin, 34, and the prince met in London 14 years ago at Brown’s nightclub and their daughter was born in November 2001.
Their relationship continued until 2006 when he allegedly announced that he was obliged to marry a cousin, but that she could be a second wife. She refused and they separated.
Miss Cohen-Ahnine claimed that her daughter was taken from her during a visit to Saudi Arabia in 2008 and that she was held in the prince’s palace where she had only fleeting meetings with her daughter.
She said she managed to leave when a maid left her door open and she sought refuge in the French embassy.
Miss Cohen-Ahnin was eventually spirited out of the country after the prince allegedly produced a document purporting that she had been Muslim but had converted to Judaism — a crime punishable by death.
She said she was concerned about her daughter’s upbringing when she discovered Facebook photos of her in a niqab and playing with her father’s firearms.
Despairing at the lack of diplomatic progress, she published Give My Daughter Back [“rendez-moi ma fille ; une française dans l’enfer saoudien”], a book recounting her ordeal, in October. . . .
Get Yours . . .
He said she had converted to Islam and the two had married in Lebanon under Islamic law, and under terms of the divorce, put through courts in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia, the parents were to share custody of the child.
Like I said, good luck getting that kid back. This is what those who sow a relationship with a Muslim reap. Anyone who thinks there will be any other ending to such a “romance” must be smoking crack. Or khat.
By the way, check out Prince Sattam Al-Saud’s Facebook page. On it, he declares he’s “in an open relationship.” You know datz right. Several open relationships.
But, but, but . . . he looks so Western. Uh-huh. They all do when they come to the West. But looks are deceiving. Don’t judge a book–particularly a Muslim book–by its cover.
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