The religion of peace…hates girls dancing

Do we really want these types here?

TWO teenage sisters have been shot dead for daring to film themselves dancing in the rain and “dishonouring” their family and men in their conservative village.

Noon Basra and Noor Sheza, from Pakistan, were murdered after mobile footage of the girls emerged, outraging their town.

In the footage the sisters, aged 15 and 16, are dressed in traditional clothing and are pictured along with two other younger children in the town of Chilas, in the northern region of Gilgit, News24Online reported.

The girls dance and one of the sisters even smiles for the camera.  

But their seemingly innocent crime earned them a death sentence after the footage caused outrage in the conservative town and they were shot dead, alongside their mother, by five gunmen.

Police confirmed they arrested the girls’ stepbrother, known only as Khutore, over the murder and are hunting for four other men in what they believe to be an honour killing.

“It seems that the two girls have been murdered after they were accused of tarnishing their family’s name by making a video of themselves dancing in the rain,” a police officer told News24Online.

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  • Get a grip

    Get a significant GRIP!!!. How can you possibly link this event with Religion!!!

    Its a family/village problem AND in fact may have another back story!

    Using your rather strange logic then the atrocities in most Western Countries having a strong Catholic religion are also then crimes by the Religion of Peace!!!

    Humph – expect this crap from MSM, not Whale Oil

    • Dave

      the person/s who committed this, will call they did it in the name of islam, for bring shame on their family. How is that not linked to religion. they didn’t kill them for political reasons.

    • Agent BallSack

      OH FUCK OFF! These girls OFFENDED the delicate sensibilities of their male brethren – you know the same ones that rape girls blame the girls and then kill them. Stop defending these utterly despicable cunts of human beings.

    • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

      The old moral equivalence fallacy huh? That’s getting a little trite now don’t you think? You could be a guest on MSNBC.

    • Agent BallSack

      Picking up on the title is semantics. More important is the fate of 2 young innocent girls that lost their life for harmless fun. What sort of cretin would do this? The answer all too often is an Islamic cretin.

    • Mr Sackunkrak

      What’s your address, I have bomb, bigger than your fuckin bomb, praise be to Jamima.

    • Phil T Tipp

      Wanker.

  • cows4me

    Isn’t it time we stop calling it a religion and call it for what it really is, a political ideology that seeks totalitarian rule for all. The people who shot these poor girls had no interest in religion, this is pure evil and it will have to be dealt with one day.

    • thor42

      Exactly right. It is a violent, hatemongering, totalitarian CULT. *Bastards*.

  • Col

    I just think how many children have been killed in the world for the SAKE OF WHAT?

    • Agent BallSack

      At a guess I would say military advantage/might would be the foremost killer of children in the world, as I would count starved children in 3rd world countries that have militias under this banner. Insert any sub saharan or middle eastern country with starving children here.

  • PlanetOrphan

    Shot by their own Brother , that’s just plain FITH

    • Tamati

      :”Shot by their own Brother , that’s just plain FITH”

      PO…It happened in Dunedin

      • PlanetOrphan

        You lost me bud, an Honour killing in Dunedin ?

        • Random66

          I believe he is referring to David Bain :)

          • PlanetOrphan

            ah, sorry, I think he’s innocent, no one’s ever defined a motive, and why kill his whole family ? , crazy at worst imo.

          • Travis Poulson

            “crazy at worst imo. Probably shot his father for killing his siblings.”

            Which would still make him guilty of murder?

          • PlanetOrphan

            Manslaughter isn’t it ? , not premeditated.

          • Travis Poulson

            Depends on the judge/jury :)

      • Travis Poulson

        FITH?

        • trisha

          Fucked In The Head

          • Travis Poulson

            Here was me think it was FILTH with a letter missing.

  • thehawkreturns

    And if they had lived in Europe? Yes such (dis)honour killings are quite recognised there too. It is not a family or village problem but the misogynistic bullshit that is “Islam”.
    It is recognised that female genital mutilation in the name of Islamic teachings is also very common (I recall over a thousand a year being quoted) in the UK. How many prosecutions have there been? None at the last count I recall. What are the numbers for New Zealand? Do we care? Yet? How many more of these freaks do NZ politicians intend to bring here in the name of the UN refugee agency when 200 million Christians and atheists daily live in fear of death at the hands of……….the Religion of Peace?

  • Get a grip

    Simmer down. I was not in any way condoning the killings. I was reflecting on the headline which attributed the killing to a religion at large/ You lot then assume that it was in the name of Islam.

    The Whale Census says that most of us have travelled.. From the comments so far I suspect most have not travelled to the Sub Continents, Asia or The Middle east and hence have not been exposed to having their minds opened or their beliefs challenged.

    Such a shame to lead such an insular life.

    For your eduction you should not see Chilas as a sleepy village but a town of some size which has some deep problems. As I say, to blame a Religion at large for the girls killings (most of you have chosen -Muslims) is just plain wrong. Checkout this clip where the Muslims are getting murdered in Chilas.

    • PlanetOrphan

      How about any violent ideology of the heart then.

    • IWantToBeLikeMallardOneDay

      There are no honour killings in Asia outside of their Islamic states. The correlation is pretty obvious dude.

    • thor42

      It WAS in the name of Islam. It was in *Pakistan*, FFS. Do you think it was AMISH who did this?

      You know NOTHING about Islam. PISS OFF.

      • andrew carrot

        It’s possible it was the Amish. The Amish do hold fundamental views on a religion linked by some of its prophets to islam, they do make their women dress ‘discretely’, the men all have beards, they choose not to be technologically advanced (even the Northern Pakistan Taliban have Toyota Hi-Aces), and they have recently endured inter-family hate crimes. Ohh, I forgot, learning the religious gospel is the main form of education. However, I doubt many of them can be found in Northern Pakistan. They’re not Mormons, afterall.

    • Bad__Cat

      “You lot then assume that it was in the name of Islam.”

      What? And there was me assuming they were Presbyterian ”

    • jaundiced

      Yeah, Muslims murdering other Muslims, because they’re the wrong brand of Muslim. Lovely people. You are objecting because the killing of girls because they danced was assumed to be in the name of Islam. What’s your point again?

      • Bob Murphy

        Christians were doing that in Northern Ireland not so long ago.

        • jaundiced

          Your point?

          • Bob Murphy

            Do I need to spell it out to you? Christians kill other Christians too.

          • jaundiced

            I suppose that makes it all right then.

            However, the kind of sectarian killing going on in Iraq and Pakistan is quite different in scale and religious intensity. The Irish Protestants and Catholics weren’t killing each other because the bible told them so, nor did they chant ‘god is great’ as they were doing so.

    • Dave

      Get a Grip. I think you need to re-examine your post, what you are saying etc. My earlier post above hints at the killings being more likely religious than political. You are correct, it appars not to be muslim, but still appears the girls were killed for religious reasons, “Family Honour” as opposed to being outspoken. These views are entrenched in a lot of Arabic countries, and are (for us westerners) extreme views / practices.

      For the record, yes I have been to very similar places, not that exact town, but very very similar, including extensive travel in arabic and asian areas, Mongolia, Kazakhstan and Afghanistan. It was a long time ago now, but the religious practices were there then, and remain today. When travelling then, my wife was simply not allowed into some areas, and I had to go carefully, a guide and armed guard. I was on business, and regarded as a wealthy target (my employer was a multinational) so had to be cautious.

  • Greg

    It’s a fucken pig religion practised mainly by ignorant fucktards not long down from the trees. All religions are silly and in my view calls into question the IQ of people who practice this superstitious mumbo jumbo but the heinous crimes carried out in the name of Islam is breathtaking.

  • Elitist Tory

    Kevin Rudd has just stuck one of the buggers in his cabinet! whatever next? – seems that Kevin Rudd is applauding and endorsing these murders.

  • Mr Sackunkrak

    Hmmm, where are all the strident moustachioed wimmin’s rights activists? Nothing, not a whimper. No, not a sound, not when it’s the Religion of Peace doing what it does.

  • Orange

    I always wonder in cases like this if it’s a real fervent nutter involved or just an angry young man trying to cover his tracks about his real foiled motive towards the girls… or some mixture.

  • Kopua Cowboy

    I may very well be wrong, but this photo and story are very familiar. Didn’t this happen quite a while ago? Wouldn’t surprise me if the media had picked it up again, they’re useless.

  • Spiker

    Today’s Southland Times headline is about a bleat by a city councilor over little girls wearing leotards for gymnastics competitions. He reckons the papers shouldn’t publish photos of them. The girls should be wearing shorts and tops, he says. The wearing of leotards sexualizes them, he goes on. A selection of parents and teachers interviewed claim, correctly, that little girls in leotards has been a common site for a generation. Has the councilor exposed his own voyeurism? Talking of which, the huge male following of women’s beach volleyball is nothing to do with the game.

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