Muslim Mass Murderers Demand New Trial in Shafia Honor Killings Because of “Cultural Differences”
Shafia sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, and Geeti, 13, along with Rona Amir Mohammed, 50, were honor murdered by their father Mohammad Shafia, Tooba Mohammad Yahya and brother Hamed, 20. Rona, who was incapable of having children, was the first wife of Mohammad Shafia in their Muslim polygamous household.
The victims were found murdered in June 2009 inside a Nissan Sentra that belonged to Mohammad Shafia and was submerged at the bottom of a a deep canal in Kingston, in eastern Ontario.
“God’s curse on them for generations. May the devil … sh*t on their graves … They betrayed Islam…..Muhammad Shafia
“They betrayed Islam. They betrayed our religion. They betrayed everything.” ….Mohammad Shafia
These girls begged for help. They went to a woman’s shelter and were returned home. They ran away from home and were returned despite the threat of Islamic honor violence.
The daughters went to police, teachers and child welfare authorities and told them they were abused by their father and brother. Fearing charges of racism or islamophobia, nothing was done. They were repeatedly returned to the violent household. It’s why we fought so hard for Ohio teen Rifqa Bary — we knew she, too, would have been returned to her violent home had we not protested and kept her case in the public eye the way we did. Muslim Brotherhood front group CAIR worked furiously to return convert out of Islam, Rifqa Bary, to the violent home, claiming any attempt to keep her safe was “islamophobia.”
Now the Muslim murderers who said “I would do it again 100 times” want a new trial, claiming they were victims of “cultural stereotyping” — in other words, the sharia exception. “By reinforcing pre-existing stereotypes of violent and primitive Muslims, it created the risk that the jury’s verdict would be tainted by cultural prejudice.”
Special rights for the superior class.
Arizona honor murderer Faleh Almaleki claimed the same thing in his daughter’s murder trial.
I ran an ad in Canada to help girls like these. They were taken down immediately when a handful of Muslims complained. I am suing the city of Edmonton to get those ads back up. I was deposed on Thursday by the city. It was an ugly and disgusting deposition. You would have thought I killed someone as opposed to trying to save lives.
The city wanted the names of the girls that we helped get to safety. I’ll go to prison before I ever release a name.
Zainab, stunningly beautiful …. the eldest daughter at 19, the one who ran away from home, to a women’s shelter, complaining of an abusive family, and then, fatefully, returned home two weeks later.
Sahar, perhaps even more striking at 17, 40 days after entering the world, was given by her mother to another woman — the first, barren wife in a polygamous marriage — told, here, raise her as your own.
Geeti was only 13, pleaded with anyone who would listen that she wanted to be placed in a foster family. The youngster scowls from a yearbook photo.
And then there was Rona Amir Mohammed, 53, a handsome woman and appendage to the marriage, introduced by the girls as their “aunt’’ but called Mother Rona. She systematically abused by Muhammad and Tooba.
All dead, their bodies discovered June 30, 2009, in a Nissan Sentra submerged in the Kingston Mills locks of the Rideau Canal, floating gently in their vehicular coffin, long hair wafting.
“Shafia trio convicted in slayings of four family members seek new trial,” Montreal Gazette, October 13, 2015
A Montreal father, mother and son convicted nearly four years ago of murdering four other family members in an honour killing argue, in an appeal to Ontario’s top court, that they were victims of “cultural stereotyping” and “overwhelmingly prejudicial evidence” that should not have been admitted at their murder trial.
In a 110-page document filed with the Court of Appeal for Ontario, Mohammad Shafia, 62, his wife Tooba, 45, and their son Hamed, 24, claim they’re entitled to a new trial. The document is a concise outline of the evidence and legal argument that lawyers for the three will present at a hearing scheduled for Dec. 14.
The trio, who were tried together, complains that the trial judge, Justice Robert Maranger, made numerous errors of “misdirection and non-direction” that may have permitted jurors to make improper conclusions.
The three were each convicted in January 2012 of four counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of Shafia sisters Zainab, 19, Sahar, 17, Geeti, 13, and Rona Amir, 52, Shafia’s first wife in the polygamous 10-member Afghan family
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