Notice that these women went to police for help. But police, not taking the threat seriously, sent them home (the way the U.S. media urged the U.S. government to send Rifqa Bary home to her parents).
INDIA--Two Muslim women in an Uttar Pradesh town, 40 km east of Delhi, allegedly killed their daughters because they had eloped and married migrant Bihari Hindu labourers, police said.
The victims had sought police protection after they returned to their homes in Baghpat earlier this week, but the subdivisional magistrate sent them home to reconcile with their mothers.
On Wednesday night, Khatun and Subrato, both of whom are widows, allegedly tied their daughters, 19-year-old Zahida and 26-year-old Husna, to cots and threw a rope around their necks. They then held the girls down and tightened the noose until the victims suffocated to death, police said.
Khatun and Subrato have been arrested. A third woman called Momina, their neighbour in Baghpat’s Muslim-dominated Mughalpura area, who allegedly helped them commit the murders, is on the run.
“We killed them because they had brought shame to our community. How could they elope with Hindus? They deserved to die. We have no remorse,” Khatun and Subrato said Friday. (Read more.)
I am appalled at the cold hardheartedness of the mothers. How could any mother strangle her daughter as she pleads for life.
But sadly am I surprised--not anymore. What is it about Islam that turns parents against their children so much that they would strangle them with their own hands? I really don't understand this.
Yep, sounds like a religion of peace to me. The girls are dead and now there is peace. Isn't that just great?
The British made a huge mistake in 1947 during the partition of India.They should have sent every muslim to the land of the pure, Porkistan.Then India would have had real peace.
Kill them misbehavin' girls and raise them good sons to blow themelves up. yep, that's bout it then...
The lake of fire is waiting.
All you have to do is remain righteously proud of your crime and die in such righteous pride.
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