January 8, 2014, - 2:38 pm
When I was a kid, there were TV episodes where the Hardy Boys visited “Nancy Drew” or the Jeffersons appeared on “All in the Family.” Well, today, I bring you another such two-fer episode. Unfortunately, it’s real life, not a ’70s or ’80s TV show. It’s “Your Day in Immigration Amnesty” visits “Your Day in Religion of Peace Peacefulness.” This is yet another stone cold preview of what’s to come if and when immigration amnesty gets passed this year by Republicans and Democrats, as is rumored to happen. An Islamic immigrant from Bangladesh beheaded his landlord (also a Muslim–and it might have been another Islamic honor killing, which isn’t restricted to families and relationships).
A 27-year-old man has been charged with murder after the landlord of his Brooklyn building was found nearly decapitated in the basement Tuesday, police say. Rasel Siddiquee was arrested early Wednesday in connection with the death of Mahuddin Mahmud, a 57-year-old businessman and father of three who was found with his head nearly cut off and his face burned in the basement of a building he owned, according to the NYPD.
Police found Mahmud’s body after getting a 911 call about an assault at the building on McDonald Avenue in Kensington. Siddiquee lived in the basement, police say.
But, but, but, but . . . this could never ever happen because Muslims are so peeeeeaceful and they told us they are the religion of peace!
By the way, note that this guy, Rasel Siddiquee, isn’t cited as an excuse for immigration amnesty by the Wall Street Journal or other pro-illegal-alien-amnesty media as yet another one of those scintillating, fabulous immigrants who invent some important software and provide thousands of jobs. The thing is, there are far more Rasel Siddiquees among the current crop of legal immigrants and illegal aliens seeking amnesty, than there are brainiac, job-creating entrepreneurs.
Let’s hear it for diversity! Also, remember not to judge. After all, some cultures resolve their conflicts differently than we do, and who are we to judge this beheading as anything less than civil. Right?
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