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All of us who genuinely care about women’s rights and the millions of women who live under death sentences due to Islamic gender apartheid have an obligation to follow this trial and to voice what needs to be said about it. Hopefully, with our voices and concern, we can bring not only some kind of justice to Noor’s memory, but also to the memories of the thousands of other honor killing victims — which include those on North American soil, like the Said girls (Amina and Sarah) in Texas and Aqsa Parvez in Toronto.
It is in the Left’s interest that the murders of thousands of innocent Muslim girls like Noor, Aqsa and the Said girls, and the monstrous Islamic ideology that engendered such murders, are pushed into invisibility. For the Left, it is crucial that historical amnesia is imposed on these uncomfortable matters (i.e. the extermination of Muslim girls), for the truth about Islamic honor killing makes it difficult for the Left to pursue its top priority: waging war on capitalism and on its own host society. Indeed, if an adversarial culture and religion turns out to actually be evil, then we might have to admit that there is something good and superior about our own civilization and that it is worth defending. This notion is anathema and unfathomable to the Left — and it explains why leftist feminists like Naomi Wolf engage in a romance with the burqa.
Because of the Left’s agenda, therefore, Noor, Aqsa and the Said girls, and the millions of suffering Muslim women they represent, must therefore be sacrificed on the altar of the Left’s utopian ideals. Feminist freedom fighter, scholar and heroine Phyllis Chesler has illuminated this phenomenon in her masterpiece book, The Death of Feminism, and has deconstructed how it has affected the way our culture deals with honor killings in her documented and unprecedented article, Are Honor Killings Simply Domestic Violence?
Pamela Geller, meanwhile, another modern-day freedom fighter and heroine, has stepped forward to bring a voice to the victims of honor killings by reminding us of who they were and how they suffered. All of us have a moral obligation to see her article, Honor Killing: Islam’s Gruesome Gallery, and to support her noble efforts, such as her honor killing awareness campaign, which posts ads on top of taxicabs offering safety to Muslim girls who feel their lives threatened by their families.
Let’s not allow the inhumane and vicious leftist hatred of human life and callous indifference to women’s suffering to continue to control the boundaries of our national discourse. Let’s all stand up during this honor killing trial and let Noor know, and all those who loved her know — and also all those radical Muslims and leftists who want us to forget about her — that she is not forgotten and that we will respect her memory and fight for the protection of future potential victims of Islamic honor murder. And we will not be silent about the Islamic ideology that paved the foundation for the taking of her innocent and precious life.
Let’s all declare with firm unison, loud and clear: We are all Noor Almaleki.
To get the whole story on Islamic honor killings and why the Left excuses them, read Jamie Glazov’s new book, Showdown With Evil.
See also Jamie Glazov on Fox & Friends discussing the New Ground Zero Imam’s Radical Ties:
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