August 20, 2012, - 1:38 pm
Candice Cohen-Ahnine: Jewish Mom Who Won Custody Battle Against Saudi Prince Dies Under Mysterious Circumstances
Back in February, I told you about Candice Cohen-Ahnine, a French Jewish woman who stupidly had a sexual affair with a Saudi Muslim Prince. Predictably, the Saudi Prince, Sattam bin Nasser bin Khaled al-Saud, treated Cohen-Ahnine like yesterday’s trash and kidnapped the daughter they had together. Even though she won custody of her daughter in a French court, it was irrelevant, as her daughter was in the Prince’s possession in Saudi Arabia, never to be seen again. And now Ms. Cohen-Ahnine is dead (from mysterious circumstances) and no longer a problem for Prince Sattam. And this is despite the fact that she stupidly converted to Islam and married him under Islamic law, believing she would be accepted. Ça, c’est vraiment stupide, [That's really stupid], woman!
Last week, Cohen-Ahnine was found dead, after she “jumped” from her fourth story apartment. No one believes this woman, who was fighting for her child and wrote a book about it, was ready to give up her life. This “suicide” was clearly a murder designed to look otherwise. Maybe the Prince was tired of her publicity campaign against him. Maybe he wanted to travel freely in Europe and couldn’t because of the judgment against him and Interpol (supposed to be) looking out for his arrival there. It sure looks like Al-Prince-Not-So-Charming and/or his Islamo-cronies had something to do with it. A lot to do with it.
As I’ve always said, this is what happens in interfaith relationships with Muslims–the non-Muslim woman is chattel and has no rights. I mean, we’ve heard enough stories, seen enough movies (and not just “Not Without My Daughter: The Betty Mahmoody Story”) to know this is the case. Anyone having such a relationship is living in fantasyland and in for a rude awakening. In this case, Candice Cohen-Ahnine got the rudest awakening of them all. This is Islam.
A French-Jewish mother in a high-profile custody battle with a Saudi prince has died after falling from a fourth-storey apartment, amid suspicions of foul play.
Police are investigating the death of Candice Cohen-Ahnine, 35, who fell from her Paris apartment on Thursday night.
Investigators had initially seen it as an accident, but by yesterday (Sunday) reports in the French media suggested that Ms Cohen-Ahnine had slipped and fallen to her death “as if she was escaping something dangerous”. . . .
Ms Cohen-Ahnine’s lawyer, Laurence Tarquiny-Charpentier, said the death “seemed to be some sort of accident”, and did not know whether foul play was involved. She said there were witnesses, and more information is expected today.
“What I can tell you is that it wasn’t a suicide,” Ms Tarquiny-Charpentier said.
“She was a woman who was a real fighter and a very positive person, and plus, there were plans to see [her daughter] Aya in mid-September. That was her greatest motivation of all.”
Ms Cohen-Ahnine wrote a book describing her fight to “get back” her 11-year-old daughter, Aya, who the mother claimed has been held captive by the girl’s father, Prince Sattam al-Saud from the Saudi royal family, since September 2008.
She alleged that when she agreed to visit Prince Sattam with her daughter in 2008, she was locked up in a Riyadh palace, and accused by authorities of being a Muslim who converted to Judaism, a crime punishable by death in Saudi Arabia. When a maid left her door open she was able to escape to the French embassy, and return alone to France.
In January a Paris court ordered Prince Sattam al-Saud to hand over custody of his daughter to her mother and provide child support of euros 10,000 ($11,825) a month. But the prince reportedly dismissed the ruling, and said: “If need be, I’ll go like [Osama] bin Laden and hide in the mountains with Aya.”
Cohen-Ahnine’s book, Give My Daughter Back ["rendez-moi ma fille ; une française dans l'enfer saoudien"], was written last October and describes her ordeal, an ordeal that might have been avoided had she avoided sex with Muslims. Note to any other women looking to put their vagina first before all else and engage in such an irresponsible relationship: you will always be the evil Zionist hooker in their eyes, or the evil Christian prostitute, or the evil infidel garbage.
Get Yours . . .
Let Candice Cohen-Ahnine’s tragic life be a lesson and a forewarning of what’s in store for you if you choose such a relationship. It won’t end well. It never does.
In case you are wondering about the Prince, he’s not mourning the death of the mother of his kidnapped child. Nope, he’s busy picking up new chicks to audition for the temporary role of sperm receptacle. Check out Prince Sattam Al-Saud’s Facebook page, where he declares he’s “in an open relationship.”
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