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Hat tip to Pamela Geller and the New York Times.
This video — and be warned, it is gruesome — is savage all in the cause of Islam, all in defense of Islam. This happened a few months ago in Afghanistan.
These false sharia accusations are routinely made against non-Muslims in Muslim countries in order to exact some gruesome revenge for the crime of being non-Muslim. They are made against women who speak out. False accusations under sharia (Islamic) law are retribution for some perceived insult or petty jealousy, and are sanctioned by Muslim societies to quench the unending, insatiable thirst for blood, as commanded in the Quran and by the “holy prophet” Muhammad.
The more devout the Muslim country is, the more brutal and bloodthirsty it is. Watch how the mob grows especially with the call to Muslim prayers. The woman is beaten, stoned, kicked, pummeled and then finally burned to death.
The billions spent by the US and Europe trying to institute rational law and over sharia law was a clueless and quixotic endeavor. We should not spend one thin dime on any sharia nation.
“Mob Rips Apart Afghan Woman Falsely Accused of Burning Koran,” By Edwin Mora, Breitbart 28 Dec 2015:
A mob at a Muslim shrine in central Kabul killed an Afghan woman who was falsely accused of burning the Koran, showing that Afghanistan has not changed much despite more than 14 years of U.S.-led engagement.
Since 2003, the United States alone has spent more than $1 billion in American taxpayer funds on programs to develop the rule of law in Afghanistan, including efforts to improve a judicial system that incorporates Islamic Sharia law and legal protections for women, according a watchdog agency appointed by Congress—the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR).
Meanwhile, European countries have reportedly devoted tens of millions more.
Nevertheless, the New York Times (NYT) reports that justice has been flawed after an Afghan mob savagely killed Farkhunda Malikzada, a 27-year-old aspiring student of Islam, in March.
“At first, the trial and convictions that followed seemed a victory in the long struggle to give Afghan women their due in a court of law. But a deeper look suggests otherwise. The fortuneteller who several investigators believe set the events in motion was found not guilty on appeal,” notes the Times. “The shrine’s custodian, who concocted the false charge of Quran burning and incited the mob, had his death sentence commuted.”
“Police officers who failed to send help and others who stood by received slaps on the wrist, at most. Some attackers identifiable in the videos avoided capture altogether. Afghan lawyers and human rights advocates agree that most of the accused did not receive fair trials,%E