Friday, September 23, 2011

Another young Muslim woman dies accidently by beating her head against a coffee table.

The odd habit of young Muslim women beating themselves to death surfaces again:

...This is justice in America in 2011: a police department cowers in fear of violence from Muslims if it tells the truth about an Islamic honor killing. Ask yourself if all the "Islamophobia" mongers care even the slightest bit about justice for Fatimah Abdallah.
Here is an extraordinary announcement from David Caton of the Florida Family Association:
Tampa Police CSI tech admits “fear of Muslim reprisal” in Palestinian woman’s death. Florida Family Association asks Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to investigate.
Florida Family Association (FFA) now has direct evidence that officials with the Tampa Police Department are intimidated by the possible involvement of religious creed in the death of the Palestinian woman named Fatima Abdallah.
The Tampa Police Department claims that Fatima Abdallah killed herself by repeatedly beating her head against a coffee table. FFA and numerous other organizations call that assertion preposterous. Florida Family Association contends that Fatima Abdallah died as the result of an honor killing and not an accident. Florida Family Association’s full report on the mishandling of the death of Fatimah Abdallah is posted here at
Tampa Police Crime Scene Technician Shelby Garman called Florida Family Association’s private investigator on July 26, 2011 to request that her name be removed from the Tampa Police Department GO report posted at because of “fear of Muslim reprisal.” Click here to read our private investigator’s report.
Florida Family Association wanted more documentation to support our private investigator’s report so we sent an email to Shelby Garman. When Florida Family Association asked Shelby Garman by email to confirm her request she did. Click here to read her reply and email property validation information that documents she sent the email from the Tampa Police Department.
This Crime Scene Technician’s statement and request verifies what Florida Family Association has alleged all along that the Tampa Police Department and/or the Hillsborough County Medical Examiner Office were intimidated by the possible involvement of religious creed in the death of Fatimah Abdallah. It appears that some officials feared Muslim reprisal, feared media attention if the case became public and therefore decided to promptly call this violent death an accident without any further investigation beyond the incident date.
If law enforcement agencies are unwilling to properly investigate and bring charges in violent crimes that may have been perpetuated by religious creeds it will undermine our public safety and severely change our value system.
Florida Family Association sent this letter asking Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi to investigate the mishandling of this death investigation by the Tampa Police Department and Hillsborough County Medical Examiner.

I feel too sick to comment extensively on this. This poor young woman is dead, and the authorities responsible for bringing her murderers to justice are cowering behind a rock (or a desk). Islamic barbarism is sickening enough, but the dhimmitude of so many in the West-- the reluctance to stand up and (non-violently) fight this evil ideology-- is almost as sickening.

We have opened our doors to Islam, and we have removed our own Christian faith-- the only defense from Islamic brutality-- from the public square. We will all pay dearly for it.


  1. For a little perspective, here’s a piece on the case that’s not from a rightwing anti-Muslim (Christian) outlet.

    It does appear that there’s a fair amount of circumstantial evidence that this was indeed an honor killing, and if the Tampa police are to scarred to get to the bottom of it perhaps the Feds should get involved. I would be all for giving the Justice Department the authority to step in if local law enforcement is intimidated or duplicit.

    Of course the Christian Right doesn’t need an investigation; they already know beyond a shadow of a doubt what must have happened.


  2. "...but the dhimmitude of so many in the West-- the reluctance to stand up and (non-violently) fight this evil ideology-- is almost as sickening."
    I understand your lack of words.
    I cannot put into words what it is like to have travelled half the world and spent YEARS leading a fight against the brunt of the most extreme and raw form of these ideas, only to return home and see things like this.... The officials responsible for this in Fla need to be exposed and removed from office. The closest I can come to explaining the sentiment is profound disappointment mixed with feeling of betrayal. The People, Crown, and civilization DEMANDED we act. Me and My lads gave our all. Some of them gave everything.
    Now we come home to see the same madness roosting in our midst? I KNOW I am not alone in this sentiment - not even close.
    The people responsible for this miscarriage are capitulators; pathetic cowards.

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  4. We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to christinanity.

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  6. Actually, cREX, I believe that "we should invade..." is a direct quote from Ann Coulter.

    What's an A1 according to Freser, whoever that is?

  7. Yes, that was a quote from Ann Coulter, the lady with whom Mike Egnor is, by his own admission, in love, love, love.

  8. @Troy,
    Ah! Okay. Touché!
    No doubt totally out of context.
    Still,no big shock there. I am not a fan of hers, or any of the political shock jock types. I have read some of her stuff over the years, but not anything that included this line.
    Such dramatic statement are standard for their form of 'entertainment'. It just does not appeal to me, and so flew over my head.
    Mea Culpa.
    I mistook the meaning of the quote, Anon.
    I thought you were stating your own seemingly extreme opinion.
    Instead it seems you want to compare this blog post with that comment.
    I don't see the connection, myself.
    Is it that Ms Coulter and Dr Egnor are both Christian? Or that he likes her shows/books?
    Not sure what that says about Honour killing.

  9. @Troy,
    Ed Freser is a philosopher of quite some talent. On his blog he posted an interesting typology of Atheism.
    Go see if you can find yourself on there ;)
    But be careful, it is deep philosophical waters. I have seen more than one Monist drown in the waters of his comments and I have only begun to dig Ed's stuff.
    Seriously, though. Check it out.
    Some very heady, deep stuff.

  10. Busy day here, Troy.
    I meant to say KW fits the A1. I don't think you had even chimed in yet. Not sure why I wrote 'Troy'. SLEEP may have something to do with it.
    Too scattered here.
    I will be back with more 'ramblings' soon.

  11. Re: The Coulter quote.
    I see it like this: We must love and understand our enemies. We must be firm, but fair with them. We must treat them as we would be treated - not as they would treat us.
    We SHOULD (there's that word!) meet force with force, but not in naked aggression. Any force should be tempered with justice and decisive.
    We CAN do this because we have an (THE) objective moral code - a core.
    We WILL keep that hope and morality alive within the body of Christianity.
    Just one Christian's thoughts ad reducto.
    Still, a little more complex than your bronze age projection, Anon.
    In the matter of this horror in Tampa, simple common law: Justice.