I'm with Pamela. This makes me sick. How many honor killings in the West will it take until people acknowledge that there is something dreadfully wrong with a religion which would condone such behavior.
Read from Atlas Shrugs:
Quebec Honor KIlling: 13-Year-Old Girl "Slapped" With Such Force by 71 Year Old Muslim Father, She's Dead -- Tardy for Call to Prayer
"These stories make my physically ill. The 71-year-old pious Muslim 'slapped' his daughter with such force that she died. Her crime: a lack of enthusiasm for the Muslim call to prayer.
The media calling it a slap is insane. One man's fatal punch in the head is another dhimmi's 'slap.' Look how this news account never mentions which religion she was killed for. I think I am going to throw up. Socked in the head with such force as to kill her............
Unlike Obama, the prettiest sound Noutene ever heard was not the Muslim call to prayer at sunset.
Longueuil girl, 13 dies after father slapped her
'Ray of light' was under pressure to pray, neighbours say
MONTREAL - 'A 13-year-old Longueuil girl died Saturday night as a result of injuries she sustained Wednesday when police say her 71-year-old father slapped her and she went into a coma.
Police said Mousaa Sidime, who was arrested for aggravated assault and has been detained since the incident, could now face a more serious charge when he appears in court Tuesday.
The girl, whom neighbours identified as Noutene Sidime, was found by emergency responders shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday at her family dwelling on Chambly Rd. in Old Longueuil when the elderly father called police to say he had slapped his daughter, Longueuil police Constable Mark David said.
“When we got there the girl was bleeding around her nose and she has been in a coma ever since,” David said.
Shocked neighbours Monday described the girl as a "ray of light" who played happily with their children and used to give hugs to some of the other mothers when she came home from school.
But neighbour Linda Robert said Noutene had been quieter in the last two years. Her father was demanding, Robert said, and could be heard sometimes yelling at the children or his wife. On the evening that she was struck, neighbours said her father was calling in to recite her prayers, as he often did. She was reluctant to go, as she often was, neighbours said.
"Even when she was young, she hated going in for her prayers," Robert said.
David said police were informed Monday that the girl died in hospital about 10 p.m. Saturday.
He said it will be up to a crown prosecutor to decide if the man will face a more serious charge. He was scheduled to be arraigned on the charge of aggravated assault at Longueuil courthouse Tuesday.'
UPDATE: The Father was a devout Muslim. (hat tip Nick)
' [family friend Mama ] Doumdoula also discounted rumours the girl might have been rebelling against her father and his adherence to Muslim rituals.'
“Her father was very demanding” of Noutene and her two older brothers, Robert said. “We would hear him yelling at her, and at her mother.”
Another neighbour said Noutene had been reluctant to go home Wednesday because her father was calling her for evening prayers.
Longueuil police, however, said there was no reason to believe her death was part of an honour crime.'
UPDATE: More from Nick (here)
'"When we got there the girl was bleeding around her nose and she has been in a coma ever since," Longueuil police constable Mark David said.
Nick adds, "A 'slap' doesn't leave you bleeding 'around your nose' and in a coma.
We have a grown man attacking a young woman and leaving her bleeding and in a coma from which she never regains consciousness. And somewhere, in an office, someone decides that the most appropriate word to use to describe this event is 'slap.
What a joke! But no one's laughing."'
I can tell you this, Atlas readers. I have been studying the lives of these girls in these homes for years and this little girls home life was torment, a homemade concentration camp.
Every day she walked into that house she had a lump in her throat. It's why she was a 'ray of light' outside and with friends - she was free of the shackles of her father's Islamic oppression and subjugation."