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Sunday, April 27, 2008 

Is this what we're in Iraq for?

While the war in Iraq was for a good cause, if steps are not taken to get rid of Islamofascist mindsets within the heads of any Islamist citizen there, then the mission turns pointless. Case in point: the sadistic murder by a father of his daughter for falling in love with a British soldier (Hat tip: Jammie Wearing Fool):
A teenage Iraqi girl who fell in love with a British soldier when he was in Basra was murdered by her father in an "honour killing", it was revealed today.

Rand Abdel-Qader, 17, was suffocated and then hacked at with a knife after her family discovered she was friends with the 22-year-old soldier who she knew only as Paul.

The pair first met when Rand was working on an aid project for displaced families but it is thought the soldier is unaware of the girl's fate.

She was stamped on, suffocated and stabbed - leaving her with puncture wounds all over her body, including her face.

Her own mother, Leila Hussein, has spoken out about the crime, revealing how her husband called out that he was cleansing "his honour" as he carried out the murder.

She told the Observer he was arrested after the brutal murder but was released without charge two hours later because it was an "honour killing".

"He was released two hours later because it was an 'honour killing'. And unfortunately that is something to be proud of for any Iraqi man," she told the paper.

Sgt Ali Jabbar of Basra police said: "Not much can be done when we have an 'honour killing'. You are in a Muslim society and women should live under religious laws."
If the forces of democratic countries don't do anything to change this kind of cannibalistic behavior and get rid of Shari'a, then the mission to Iraq has accomplished nothing. Demands should be made of those in charge of Iraq to change the laws and start punishing savages like the one who committed the vile crime against his daughter.

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