F*cking Wogistani assholes!

I don’t care how hard a bastard you are, or how bloody tolerant you think you should be of other people’s faiths, beliefs and traditions, but this is just sickening and has no place on this earth.


via Bangladesh Watchdog

Hena Akhter’s last words to her mother proclaimed her innocence. But it was too late to save the 14-year-old girl.

Her fellow villagers in Bangladesh’s Shariatpur district had already passed harsh judgment on her. Guilty, they said, of having an affair with a married man.

The imam from the local mosque ordered the fatwa, or religious ruling, and the punishment: 101 lashes delivered swiftly, deliberately in public.

Hena dropped after 70.

Bloodied and bruised, she was taken to hospital, where she died a week later.

These people live in a dark ages.  And the parents had to watch it.  

Hena was the youngest of five children born to Darbesh Khan, a day laborer, and his wife, Aklima Begum. They shared a hut made from corrugated tin and decaying wood and led a simple life that was suddenly marred a year ago with the return of Hena’s cousin Mahbub Khan.

Mahbub Khan came back to Shariatpur from a stint working in Malaysia. His son was Hena’s age and the two were in seventh grade together.

Khan eyed Hena and began harassing her on her way to school and back, said Hena’s father. He complained to the elders who run the village about his nephew, three times Hena’s age.

The elders admonished Mahbub Khan and ordered him to pay $1,000 in fines to Hena’s family. But Mahbub was Darbesh’s older brother’s son and Darbesh was asked to let the matter fade.

Many months later on a winter night, as Hena’s sister Alya told it, Hena was walking from her room to an outdoor toilet when Mahbub Khan gagged her with cloth, forced her behind nearby shrubbery and beat and raped her.

Ah, so it’s her fault now.  I’ve seen this play out before.

The next day, the village elders met to discuss the case at Mahbub Khan’s house, Alya said. The imam pronounced his fatwa. Khan and Hena were found guilty of an illicit relationship.

“I’ve nothing to demand but justice,” said [father] Darbesh Khan, leading a reporter to the place where his daughter was abducted the night she was raped.

He stood in silence and took a deep breath. She wasn’t even old enough to be married, he said, testament to Hena’s tenderness in a part of the world where many girls are married before adulthood. “She was so small.”

Hena’s mother, Aklima, stared vacantly as she spoke of her daughter’s last hours. She could barely get out her words. “She was innocent,” Aklima said, recalling Hena’s last words.

Police were guarding Hena’s family earlier this month. Darbesh and Aklima feared reprisal for having spoken out against the imam and the village elders.



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  • maninblack

    will be happening in mt roskill soon.

  • BJ

    Our immigration laws need to be robust – any crazy archaic religious practices that harm another will see the whole extended family deported

    • Mr_Blobby

      Better not to bring it in, in the first place.

  • Mitch82

    This is extremely fucked up.

  • Mr_Blobby

    I wonder what they would make of our very own Titiwhai and her Gang of thugs Or that batshit crazy bradford.

  • Jimmie

    Just the religion of peace eh? I wonder what SBW thinks about his fellow allah worshipers and sick ways?

  • thor42


  • PlanetOrphan

    That Imam deserves a bullet in the head M8!

  • Changeiscoming

    Anyone tried to do that to my daughter they would need to go through me to get to her. I would expect any father would do the same.

    • contheneo

      Changeiscoming, not just daughters! I have friends who I would do the same for!

    • contheneo

      Changeiscoming, not just daughters! I have friends I would do the same for!

  • sandynobb

    “Show me just what Muhammed
    brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and
    inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he
    preached.” – Pope Benedict 2006, quoting Manuel II Paleologus, 14th c Byzantine Emperor.

  • Greg

    You got it right WO, they are fucking retarded fucking animals that live in the Stone Age. Yet your called a racist or intolerant if you voice such thoughts. Another nice trick they have is disfiguring women and sometimes children with acid. What a race, what a religion. I often remind my Daughters how lucky they are they were born here and not in that god forsaken SHIT HOLE

  • Edwin Wigmore

    Makes Prosser’s comments seem decidedly reasonable.

  • Islam..Christian…same shit….diffrent times….sorta.

  • Bovver

    While deplorable this story is 2 years old, got any recent material to incite the mass’s

  • StupidDiscus

    At least look on the bright side. Crims get punished, no $100,000 per annum for bed board heating TV and all the rest; no pointless appeals and defense lawyers and and and

    • Jimmie

      Really? So the 14 year old girl who was raped was the crim? Are you saying that she deserved 101 lashes (didn’t survive) for allowing herself to be raped and then the perportrator gets off scott free?

      What planet are you from buddy? Knock knock is anyone home???

      • StupidDiscus

        Nope – I’m just sayin’ this is what they do to other kinds of crims too.

        Try and set up a union or argue for “democracy” and this is what you get.

        Or would you rather we paid billions more each year for Norwegian holiday camps?

  • Patrick

    From the stoneage & yet we are happy to throw open the doors of NZ & welcome these dark age beliefs, customs practices into NZ. Where & how will it all end up.

  • Keep em coming says Shearer – they’ll vote for me

    Key- smile and wave and say nothing

    Both fuckwits

  • barry

    Come on Slater – you know that you are supposed to like these people.

    Theres a whole cadre of people out there who think that anything ones says about another group is racist. You are not allowed to be negative about these poor uneducated fools – all the leftes and others who are soft in the head will be down on you.

    In brief one is not supposed to be honest about these things – and at least you should be making excuses for this sort of behaviour.

  • DavidKNZ

    Prossers opinions may have been tactlessly expressed, but there is enough about Islam to justify his concerns.

    Individual muslims may live peaceful lives, but they beieve the Koran to be the final and absolute word of God. Obedience to the Koran is obligatory.

    The Koran contains many exhorations to kill. For example, if a Muslim converts to Christianity (apostasy), the Koran prescribes that he be put to death. This is not just a theoretical issue.

    To give but one example:
    Theo Van Gogh, a dutch film maker was assassinated by a militant Islamist killer who left a note on his body – ‘Jihad Manifesto’ -A call to destroy America and all “unbelievers”

    Dutch Police have also arrested eight other Islamic radicals over the killing, and have connected it with the terrorist bombing in Casablanca.

    Dutch leaders issued with the death threats since the murder include: Ayaan Hirsi Ali, a Somali refugee and former Muslim who is a liberal member of the Dutch parliament and high-profile critic of Islam; Geert Wilders, a right-wing populist opposed to Turkey joining the EU; the Immigration Minister Rita Verdonk, and Job Cohen, the Mayor of Amsterdam.

    Ms Hirsi Ali and Mr Wilders have both been taken to safe houses by Dutch police. Dutch newspapers reported that police are worried that the threats – by telephone calls and e-mails – were evidence of a co-ordinated attempt by Islamic radicals to target politicians seen as “enemies of Islam”.

    So the finger points at the Koran as the cause of Islams troubles – not that Muslims see it that way. But I wouldn’t want to fly on a plane with an individual who saw the edicts of the Koran as compulsory

    David K