Remember when there was no Islam in Britain and when although we had, what could be referred to as, a mixture of the sort of ‘ordinary decent murderers’ and the ‘psychotic’ ones? Both types of murderer which all societies and cultures are plagued with. Now we have murders committed for the sole reason of the victim being a woman, and not doing what the misogynist ideology of Islam says she should be doing.
We have had women hating murderers arise in they past in the UK. For example; Peter Sutcliffe, the Yorkshire Ripper, had what would be obvious to many laypeople, a hatred of women who didn’t conform to his ideal. Every country or society can produce a mad killer. We are, as a society not immune to such things. We also have domestic murders, too many, but again these are found in all societies in one form or another. All cultures and all nations have those who for reason of anger, madness, stupidity, malevolence or immaturity, disregard the Biblical commandment to ‘not commit murder’. What we did not have, in the sort of growing numbers that should give us all concern, is the Islamic religious murder.
This latest murder that I’m featuring today is indeed a ‘religious murder’ and although the beast who murdered his wife and set alight her body, has been convicted and jailed by the courts, there is another set of fingerprints on the murder weapons, and those are the fingerprints of Islam and Islamic misogyny itself.
The Scotsman said:
A MAN has been found guilty of burning his “westernised” ex-wife to death, after setting fire to her following a bitter divorce.
Ahdeih Khayatzadeh, 46, suffered 95 per cent burns in the attack by Ahmad Yazdanparast at the Venus Hair & Beauty salon in the centre of Stirling last October.
The two-week trial at the High Court in Edinburgh heard that 61-year-old Yazdanparast used petrol to set fire to the mother-of-three. He will be sentenced at a later date.
Detective Inspector Bryan Burns said last night: “The horrific nature and consequences of this crime has had an immeasurable impact on Ahdeih’s family and I would like to praise their strength, courage and support.
“I would also like to thank those members of the community in Stirling who helped at the scene of this tragic incident and those who came forward after our appeal for witnesses.
“The many people who responded so promptly and positively did much to assist the investigation.
“Our thoughts remain with Ahdeih’s family during this difficult time.”
Earlier, the judge, Lady Wise, told Yazdanparast that he had been convicted of the murder of his wife in “a horrific attack”.
She said only one sentence could be imposed – life in prison.
A decision on the minimum sentence he must serve before becoming eligible to seek parole was adjourned until later this month for a background report.
The couple, who both originally came from Iran, had joint property interests but separated in 2010 before finally divorcing last year.
The court heard that detectives collected up cards thrown down by Yazdanparast before the fire attack and found handwritten messages in English and Farsi.
In one, he said: “If she was in Iran she was not doing this to me and my children. Game is over.”
One of the cards referred to her praying, fasting and reading the Koran but added that she was “doing adultery”. Another said: “She married me for visa and my money.”
Yazdanparast, known as Chico, had denied in evidence assaulting his wife, despite having a previous conviction for attacking her.
The court heard that Ms Khayatzadeh had previously contacted police over threats that he made to kill her and pour acid on her face.”
This is just one murder of a Muslim woman by a Muslim man among a growing number. Women in Islamic communities are almost routinely murdered if they speak up about abuse, want to leave the house without male supervision or who demonstrate independence of mind in some other way. Almost anything from having their own email account to being seen speaking to an unrelated man in the street, can be conflated, by the paranoid misogynists of Islam into ‘adultery’, for which the punishment is often death. There is no equality in Islam, despite what the apologists say, only a horrific and ongoing gendercide, of which this latest murder is but one example.