The Dallas Morning News, the newspaper that covered up for honor killings by obscuring the religious motivation behind the brutal murder of Amina and Sarah Said, has taken notice of the SIOA 'Honor Killing Awareness' taxi campaign. They note that the father is still at large, but their parting shot is so egregious they should publicly flogged. Debra Peck asks, "How do you
feel about this campaign--do you support it or find it offensive to
Muslims?" Let's ask the girls how they feel about the ads, dhimmi Deb. Let's ask the girls if they find your absence of morality coupled with the sanctioning of this evil offensive.
The girls are what matters. The victims of this heinous practice. Why would the ads be offensive to Muslims unless .... they support honor killings in the name of Islam? That question is offensive to me, quisling.
The group, Stop Islamization of America, has launched a new campaign on taxi cabs in Chicago to talk about the issue of honor killings. The campaign features photos of honor killing victims and asks, "Is Your Family Threatening You?"
One photo features Amina and Sarah Said, sisters who were shot to death in a taxi at an Irving hotel two summers ago. The girls were students at Lewisville High School. Their father, Yaser Said, is believed to have killed his daughters in an honor killing, a practice in which a man kills a female relative who has brought shame to the family. Here's a link to that story.
Their father is still at large. Anyone with information should call Crime Stoppers at 214-373-8477.
A similar campaign in New York City is creating a stir. How do you feel about this campaign--do you support it or find it offensive to Muslims?