Honor Killing: Syrian Gang Rape Victim Murdered in Germany by Her Family
“I am awaiting death. But I am too young to die.”
“The horrifying story of an ‘honor killing’ in Germany spotlights the sheer madness of importing millions of unvetted, unassimilated migrants.” That is absolutely true — and the story of Rokstan M. is particularly horrific. A victim of gang rape,”she strongly suspected her family wanted her dead for being ‘unclean,’ and her suspicions appear to have been confirmed, as the German police believe her father and brothers slaughtered her with knives and buried her body in a garden, allegedly at the instruction of her mother.”
Honor killings and honor violence are escalating here and abroad. The problem is that we can’t talk about the problem, as evidenced by the controversy that Hamas-CAIR whipped up over the documentary here in the States, “Honor Diaries.”
Over 91% of honor killings worldwide are Islamic.
According to the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, “In the name of preserving family ‘honor,’ women and girls are shot, stoned, burned, buried alive, strangled, smothered and knifed to death with horrifying regularity.” Between 5,000 and 20,000 so-called honor killings are committed each year, based on long-held beliefs that any female who commits — or is suspected of committing — an “immoral” act should be killed to “restore honor” to her family.
But of course that number is far higher.
Because so many honor killings are never reported — and because international organizations are discouraged from keeping statistics on such politically sensitive practices — no one knows how many honor killings occur each year.
Meanwhile, human rights organizations are busy worrying about “Islamophobia.”
“Honor Killing: Syrian Gang Rape Survivor Murdered in Germany,” by John Hayward, Breitbart News, October 7, 2015:
The horrifying story of an “honor killing” in Germany spotlights the sheer madness of importing millions of unvetted, unassimilated migrants.
The victim, a 20-year-old woman known as “Rokstan M,” is one refugee who had a strong case for asylum. She was gang-raped in Syria, emigrated to Germany two years ago, and found employment with the German government
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