A estas mujeres musulmanas le lanzan ácido a la cara, aparte de dejarlas desfiguradas, como monstruos, arruinadas sus vidas, son forzadas luego a cirugias por 20 ó 30 veces para que puedan ver un poco, o respirar un poco, escuchar algo, quizás para comer o hacerse entender. Eso fue lo que sus atacantes querían lograr. Según entiendo al hacer la traducción. ¿El motivo? Las principales razones son porque se atrevieron a rechazar a alguien en el matrimonio o porque querían el divorcio. Los maridos tomaron la revancha de esta manera.
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This video was made from information and images found on a recent Pajama Media article by Phyllis Chesler here: http://pajamasmedia.com/phyllischesle… please click through and read the article. The very idea that something like an ‘Acid Burn treatment centre Chain’ can exist to treat the victims of this very Islamic crime is an abomination beyond kith and ken.
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Under the Islamic Veil: Faces Disfigured By Acid
November 23rd, 2009 12:31 pm
These photos show what happens to real women who wear the Islamic Veil. The photos depict horrifying hate and the unbearable suffering it inflicts upon female innocents. The photos were taken by Emilio Morenatti of the Associated Press. The text is based on work done by Nicholas Kristof—one of the few people at the New York Times whose work I am proud to quote. You may find them HERE. (Thanks to Yehuda for calling this to my attention).
What are we seeing?
The Arabization or the Saudi-ization of Muslims in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Pakistan is the hidden hand behind these acid attacks upon women. These poor girls and women have had their lives ruined; some have been forced to undergo surgery 20-30 times in order that they may see a little, or breathe a bit, hear something, perhaps in order to eat or make themselves understood. They look like…monsters. That was what their attackers wanted to accomplish. To render their faces into self-portraits of their attackers.
Why was acid thrown into their faces? The main reasons are because they dared to reject someone in marriage or because they wanted a divorce. The “jilted” suitors (or husbands) took their revenge in this fashion. If he can’t have her, no man will; I will make sure that no man will ever want her.” One young girl was gang-raped aftger which her rapists threw acid on her face. Another committed the “crime” of disappointing her father by being born female, not male. Many were disfigured as a result of a “family dispute.”
Thus, the punishment for being born female, for exercising any will of one’s own is, Saudi-style, the most horrible punishment. The men tried to make the women loathsome to humanity, to sentence them to painful surgeries, self-hatred, perhaps to lives lived in isolation.
Make no mistake. This tendency to disfigure women–even those who wear the Islamic Veil–is real. And, it might be coming our way if we do not stop the Wahhabi and Salafi influence which is funding our universities in North America as well as the Islamic religious schools.
For once, I will leave aside the question of what must be done and allow the photos to speak to you.
Irum Saeed, 30, poses for a photograph at her office at the Urdu University of Islamabad, Pakistan, Thursday, July 24, 2008. Irum was burned on her face, back and shoulders twelve years ago when a boy whom she rejected for marriage threw acid on her in the middle of the street. She has undergone plastic surgery 25 times to try to recover from her scars.
Shameem Akhter, 18, poses for a photograph at her home in Jhang, Pakistan, Wednesday, July 10, 2008. Shameem was raped by three boys who then threw acid on her three years ago. Shameem has undergone plastic surgery 10 times to try to recover from her scars.
Najaf Sultana, 16, poses for a photograph at her home in Lahore, Pakistan on Wednesday, July 9, 2008. At the age of five Najaf was burned by her father while she was sleeping, apparently because he didn’t want to have another girl in the family. As a result of the burning Najaf became blind and after being abandoned by both her parents she now lives with relatives. She has undergone plastic surgery around 15 times to try to recover from her scars.
Shehnaz Usman, 36, poses for a photograph in Lahore, Pakistan, Sunday, Oct. 26, 2008. Shehnaz was burned with acid by a relative due to a familial dispute five years ago. Shehnaz has undergone plastic surgery 10 times to try to recover from her scars.
- La mujer en la cultura islámica
- Los desfigurados rostros del Islam
- La futura suegra puede oler las partes íntimas de su futura nuera
- Una mujer iraní logró aplicar al hombre que la dejo ciega 20 gotas de acido por ojo
- Mas sobre el tema
Saira Liaqat (26) tenía 15, y era una hermosa muchacha, cuando sus parientes la casaron. Porque ella quiso primero terminar la escuela y no ir enseguida a vivir con él, su esposo le roció con ácido. Tuvo que ser operada 9 veces.
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