Tuesday, October 6, 2009


Aasiya Zubair Hassan

He was said to be a trusted and respected member of the American Muslim community. The Pakistani-born Muzzammil Hassan, (moo-ZAHM'-mel HAH'-sahn), was the founder of Bridges TV, a U.S. Muslim television network. Hassan was charged with murder, after his wife Aasiya Zubair Hassan, 37, was found beheaded on February 12, 2009, (less than a week after she filed for divorce), at the offices of the television station in the Village of Orchard Park, New York.
The Shari'ah-style disposal of family members is explained by the President of the New York State National Organization for Women, Marcia Pappas:
  • "This was apparently a terroristic version of honor killing, a murder rooted in cultural notions about women's subordination to men."

Nadia Shahram, from the University at Buffalo Law School commented:

  • "If a woman breaks the law which the husband or father has placed for the wife or daughter, honor killing has been justified."

For those who thought Islam was a religion of peace, this monster has managed to portray Islamic culture in a more accurate light. Although the reason for this nefarious crime currently remains unclear, dare we presume this was a methodical, premeditated ritual taught by a bloodthirsty cult that poses as a legitimate religion? Or is Hassan just a murderer who happens to be Muslim? Well, when people who have been raised in barbaric countries where women are seen as objects or slaves, should we be so shocked when people behave like they were brought up to believe? On March 12, 2009, an Erie County grand jury indicted Hassan on a single count of second-degree murder, and he is scheduled to be tried in January, 2010.

Here is a quote from Sultan Knish that sums up this horrific incident:

"Muzzammil Hassan was no doubt a moderate Muslim. Unfortunately that means something other than most Westerners think it does. It follows from Mohammed's commandment to kill infidels. It treats women as property. That is the real face of Islam. The headchopping moderate Muslim."

- - Sultan Knish