According to a human rights group, almost 1,000 Pakistani women or girls were subjected to honor killings in 2011, and that is almost 1,000 too many. Every life is valuable in the eyes of God. We must continue to fight for these poor women in Islam who suffer so at the hands of those who should be protecting them.
I'm not sure how they come up with these numbers, but I would guess that the real number would be much higher because do you really think these human rights groups are told about each and every female who is slaughtered at the hands of her loved ones for one "crime" or another? No way can that be the case.
Islam is the cause of all this pain and suffering. The Lord has gradually made it clear to me that we must not hate Muslims. Islam, on the other hand, should be detested with all the power within us. It is a demonic false religion destroying the lives of those who follow its teachings, as well as though who are the victims of its horrific actions. However, the people are under a demonic spell which has them in such darkness and deception. There is one answer and one answer alone to the problem of Islam: Jesus Christ.
Ann Coulter had it partially right when she said, "We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity." I don't want to invade their countries; the lives of our precious soldiers are too valuable for that. Killing some of their leaders wouldn't be such a bad idea though. But, Christianity is the only thing that will save them from the violent teachings of their demonic holy book.
Read from Weasel Zippers:
Report: Nearly 1,000 Pakistani Women Victims of “Honor Killings” Last Year…
"(Al Arabiya) — At least 943 Pakistani women and girls were murdered last year for allegedly defaming their family’s honor, the country’s leading human rights group said Thursday.
The statistics highlight the growing scale of violence suffered by many women in conservative Muslim Pakistan, where they are frequently treated as second-class citizens and there is no law against domestic violence.
Despite progress on better protecting women’s rights, activists say the government needs to do more to prosecute murderers in cases largely dismissed by police as private, family affairs.
“At least 943 women were killed in the name of honor, of which 93 were minors,” wrote the Human Rights Commission of Pakistan in its annual report.
Seven Christian and two Hindu women were among the victims, it said.
The Commission reported 791 “honor killings” in 2010.
Around 595 of the women killed in 2011 were accused of having “illicit relations” and 219 of marrying without permission.'"