Under the same sharia (e.g.: that of Ahmed ibn Naqib al-Misri) that states that honour killing cannot be punished, it states neither can the insane. So this was an obvious plea for a Pakistani from a nation founded by jihad, and founded on sharia. A man who stabbed his wife and daughter to death in… Continue reading Killer tried to dupe health professionals into thinking he was insane
Honour killings are commonplace in Pakistan, and acceptable under various sharia laws (e.g.: that of Ahmed ibn Naqib al-Misri who wrote one of the classics). The two women he slaughtered were his own wife and daughter, who were due to move out of his house the next day. They had met for lunch with the… Continue reading Man charged over Ranui double honour killing
Expelled preacher Ishak Koshiya’s conservative brand of Islam clashed with the modern form espoused by many of New Zealand’s Muslim leaders. But was he a threat to society, or to their power? Tony Wall investigates. It began with a wedding. The daughter of Javed Khan, a leading figure in New Zealand’s Muslim community, was getting… Continue reading Who did evicted mufti really threaten?