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MUSLIM PROFESSOR ‘CUT OFF HIS WIFE’S LIPS AND ATE THEM BECAUSE HE BELIEVED SHE HAD INSULTED HIS HONOUR BY HAVING AFFAIR’
It is only a matter of time before the news readers among us will need an enigma machine to decipher the actual news behind the codes and buzzwords the enemedia uses to cover Islamic misogyny or sharia or jihad. In the following article, much is made of the fact that the Muslim is a professor (irrelevant) at Sweden's prestigious Karolinska medical institute (also irrelevant). They buried the lede in paragraph five: "It was honour related. He doesn't seem to regret a thing," and the fact that the honor cannibal was from Iran is dead last in the story. No names, of course; that would add blasphemy to the honor crime.
The assault was so brutal that the prosecutor tried to have him charged for attempted murder. But thesought to downgrade the charge to aggravated assault.
Why was it downgraded and not upgraded?
Professor ‘cut off his wife’s lips and ate them because he believed she had insulted his honour by having affair’Daily Mail
A former associate professor at Sweden's prestigious Karolinska medical institute is being held in policefor cutting off his wife's lips with a knife and then eating them in Stockholm.According to Sweden's Aftonbladet newspaper, the man flew into a jealous rage over suspicions that his much younger wife had been.The man, who is 52, admitted to cutting off his wife's lips in a closed court hearing, the paper reported, saying it was retaliation.A former associate professor at Sweden's prestigious Karolinska medical institute is being held in police custody for cutting off his wife's lips'It was honour related. He doesn't seem to regret a thing. He believes she insulted him,' a source with knowledge of the matter told the paper.The assault was so brutal that the prosecutor tried to have him charged for attempted murder. But the court sought to downgrade the charge to aggravated assault.Ingela Hessius Ekman, who represents the victim, said her client may have suffered irreparable.'She has very serious, doctors can not yet determine whether she can be healed or not,' she told Aftonbladet.'She's in a lot of pain.'Miss Ekman added thatis due to start at the beginning of July.The man, who is from Iran, was doing post-Doctoral research at the institute in 2010.He is now employed by a university in Tehran, but still lived partly and Stockholm, where he collaborated with his old research group at the university, and used its email services and library through a 'declaration of association.'Read the rest.