Honor Killing

Your Daily Muslim #724: Jafar Hussain

Your Daily Muslim #724: Jafar Hussain

Like the nefarious homosexual from Aladdin, Indian Muslim Jafar Hussain is quite the villain. The impoverished man held fast to his Islamic faith, and was reportedly described as devout by those who knew him. When his 4-year-old daughter didn’t cover her head at lunch, Hussain knew he could not allow such an affront to stand. […]

Your Daily Muslim #662: Nadia Irsan

Your Daily Muslim #662: Nadia Irsan

Nesreen Irsan, a Muslimah living in texas, met a Christian man. The two hit it off, and they decided to get married after Nesreen got advice from her friend Gelareh. As I’m sure you’re aware, Muslim women are not permitted to marry non-Muslim men. Nadia Irsan, like her sister, also had an eye for non-Muslim […]

Your Daily Muslim #616: Rasel Siddiquee

Your Daily Muslim #616: Rasel Siddiquee

Bangladeshi Muslim Rasel Siddiquee immigrated to the US in the hope of a better life… but things didn’t work out so well for him. The devout Muslim, age 27, experienced the same difficulties finding employment as the average liberal arts major, and struggled to make ends meet. His landlord, another Muslim immigrant but one who […]

Your Daily Muslim #609: Faleh Ghazi Albasman

Your Daily Muslim #609: Faleh Ghazi Albasman

Muslims come to the west for a variety of reasons – to escape the hell of sharia, to try to push sharia on the kuffar, or to enjoy the many cultural and professional experiences available here. Faleh Ghazi Albasman, 59, a Kuwaiti Muslim, and his daughter Mashael, 24 (who was not his wife), moved to […]

Your Daily Muslim #566: Mohammad Javad Ardashir Larijani

Your Daily Muslim #566: Mohammad Javad Ardashir Larijani

“Iran” and “human rights” are pretty much polar opposites. The sharia-governed Islamic Republic executes people for being gay, flogs women who violate bizarre rules of public “modesty,” gouges eyes out, and even stones people to death. However, according to Iran’s human rights chief/cleric Mohammad Javad Ardashir Larijani, all of those forms of barbarism are A-OK. […]

Your Daily Muslim #533: Al Samani al Hadi Mohamed Abdullah

Your Daily Muslim #533: Al Samani al Hadi Mohamed Abdullah

By now, you’ve probably heard about the plight of Meriam Yahya Ibrahim Ishag, the Sudanese Christian woman who was arrested and sentenced to lashing and death for adultery and apostasy – because she married a fellow Christian. The Sudanese government recorded Ishag as being a Muslim because Islam was her father’s religion, though she was […]

Your Daily Muslim #507: Ahmed al-Khatib

Your Daily Muslim #507: Ahmed al-Khatib

Syrian Muslim Ahmed al-Khatib moved to the UK to start a new life… but brought his seventh-century beliefs with him. al-Khatib’s much younger wife, Rania Alayed, came with him. Unlike her husband, Alayed began to integrate into the UK culture, and even had friends who were both non-Muslim and of the opposite sex (gasp), neither […]