ABN did an excellent special on honor killings in Islam. This two-hour special is worth a watch. I appear at minute 1:04 discussing our Jessica Mokdad honor killing conference in Dearborn on April 29th.
More importantly, if you do not have the time to view the whole thing, make sure you listen to the last guest, Jessica's dear friend Darwin Jiles. Jiles describes the abject terror that Jessica lived under. She feared she would be honor killed by her stepfather and suffered in other households besides her father's and her stepfather's becuase she wanted to live a free westernized life.
Jiles exposes Jessica's "stepmother" (though they were the same age) and her claim that Jessica was not honor killed. Jessica disliked Cassandra Mokdad, a devout muslim convert, and had little to nothing to do with her. That Cassandra is exploiting Jessica's death and making up stories is beyond grotesque, though not surprising, considering the Jew-hatred and racism she has displayed on her facebook page.
Jessica did not want wear the hijab and "did not want to be of the Islamic religion." Jessica felt Cassandra was very jealous of her. And looking at Cassandra, it's not difficult to see why. It is disgusting that somone whom Jessica despised is administrating the Jessica Mokdad facebook pages and deleting comments by friends of Jessica that expose Cassandra Mokdad for what she is, a liar and an exploiter.
The great pity is that news reporters like Alexis Wiley at FOX took Cassandra Mokdad's lies and presented them to an unsuspecting public without vetting them. Reporters should seek the truth. Wiley should have spoken to other people in Jessica's life who were there and knew what Jessica was going through. Darwin Jiles describes Cassandra Mokdad as a co-conspirator in the unhappiness and subjugation of Jessica Mokdad.
When Jessica Mokdad was found murdered, execution style, by her stepfather, law enforcement described it as an honor killing. A year later, they backed away from the "label," fearing Muslim reprisals similar to fears in Tampa when the medical examiner and law enforcement described the honor murder of Fatima Abdulah as a suicide.
This. must stop. This is why we are holding the Jessica Mokdad Human Rights conference on Honor Killing.
Here is Darwin Jiles transcribed:
Jiles: I’d just like to say first and foremost, David, I’d just like to say thank you, Pamela, for being able to host this conference in honor of Jessica, from someone who actually knew her, who actually she confided in and who heard her cry, who actually witnessed the actual fear that she lived in. I just want to say thank you for that….
Jessica was a very beautiful person inside and out. She was definitely someone who really wanted to basically discover God for herself. She was someone who wanted to have liberties, like every other young lady that is born in America outside of the traditions of Islam are able to do, to pursue her own happiness and to pursue her own dreams. And I can say for sure, of knowing her, of hearing the issues that she actually faced on both sides of her family, she was very conflicted, and she lived in fear of even her life possibly ending up in this situation that happened, with her being murdered in cold blood….
She had disputes on both sides. And the very most disturbing thing that I’ve witnessed is the stepmother Cassandra pretty much parading everything as if, like, she was just her daughter, like they had this good relationship, this wasn’t an Islamic thing, when I witnessed Cassandra personally being wrapped up in her head covering as well whenever she would be out in public, and Jessica would wear it when she was with her family, and when she wasn’t with her family, she let it be very known that she didn’t want to wear it, that she did not want to be a part of this forced Islamic religion. She was very clear with that to me. And so Cassandra really is portraying a false picture. And Pamela has every right to place the conference to be named after Jessica in regards to this, because it was Islam that caused her death.
She was considered a rebel, from her mom’s – both sides of her family. From her mom and stepdad to her biological father and also the stepmother. The stepmother, Cassandra, is only a few years older than Jessica, so there was a very much conflict between the two. A lot of competition. Jessica felt she was jealous of her. She felt as if she could not be her mother. Because she was a peer of hers. And so when you have that type of turmoil on both sides, she was trapped. She didn’t have anyone, and this is where I came into play, of meeting her, and I’ve known her for close to two years now, of being in her life, when she lived in Grand Blanc, when she left for Milwaukee, and even when she came back.
Q: So you knew her – so originally she lived in Michigan, then she moved away, and then she came back. Do you have any idea why she moved away in the first place?
Jiles: From what she expressed to me, was that there was conflicts at home with her stepmother and her biological father. She was actually starting to date a Caucasian male, and it was some issues revolving around that, and there was problems at home. There was serious problems, and she felt the need, I guess, to express these things to me, this is not made up, this is not something that I’m just creating. From the time I met her, this was probably ninety percent of what she talked about to me. And being a person who more so felt her bondage, I listened.
Watch the liar: