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Your Daily Muslim: Sani Umar

This post contains descriptions of violence. Reader discretion is advised.

This post contains descriptions of violence. Reader discretion is advised.

Nigeria’s Zamfara state, formerly governed and now represented by out-of-the-closet pedophile Ahmed Rufai Sani Yariman, implemented sharia law in 2000. Since that date, non-Muslims have had to live under bizarre Islamic rules, such as being unable to purchase or publicly consume alcohol. For many Muslims like Sani Umar, their love of sharia gets out of hand – especially when it’s hands that start coming off.

Umar, who at the time went by “Shaitan” (Satan) despite the fact that he is a devout Muslim, saw the perfect victim. Her name was Fatima Muhammad, and she was walking to a sewing workshop, possibly the most stereotypically female activity on the planet. It is unknown whether or not she was wearing the traditional Islamic ninja costume. Umar signaled to his three Muslim friends that she was the one they wanted to target, so they approached her when they felt the element of surprise was on their side. Before she knew it, she was surrounded by the four men. Umar’s associates knocked her down and grabbed her bag. Then, instead of cutting off his friends’ hands (the sharia punishment for theft), Umar decided to punish the victim instead because Islam has a tendency to punish female victims. Muhammad begged and pleaded on the ground, but it was to no avail. The blade sliced her left hand clean off. The attackers fled, leaving the screaming, bloodied woman helpless.

Umar was, but it’s Nigeria, where the law is easily persuaded. He was released after spending a little over a year behind bars. Only one of his three accomplices was also captured. Now, Umar no longer goes by “Shaitan” and spends his time sharing the same crap over and over again from Islamic pages. Feigned repentance and devotion don’t make someone a better person, they just mask the fact that they’re still scum inside.

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