"Every Day You Hear That Somebody's Thrown Acid at a Girl's Face"

This is life for women under Islam. Which from its very origins reinforced the noxious brand of tribalism, xenophobia and hatred in places like the Middle East and Afghanistan. It's not an abstract issue.

When Muslims attack women in Cologne or Manchester, this is the culture and way of life behind it. This is what life is like for women in Afghanistan. And that means it's what life will be like for women in cities and towns in Europe and America where Afghan "refugees" arrive and begin to dominate using their high birth rates.

"People are crazy," said Razia Jan, founder of a girls' school outside Kabul. "The day we opened the school, (on) the other side of town, they threw hand grenades in a girls' school, and 100 girls were killed.

There were at least 185 documented attacks on schools and hospitals in Afghanistan last year.

"Every day, you hear that somebody's thrown acid at a girl's face ... or they poison their water."

Poisoning the water is very much a problem.

"The principal and the guard, they test the water every day," Jan said. "They will drink from the well. If it's OK, they'll wait. ... Then they'll fill (the) coolers and bring it to the classroom."

Jan says she is so scared of poisoning that school staff members accompany children to the bathroom and make sure the children don't drink water from the faucet. Additionally, the day guard arrives early each morning to check for any gas or poison that might be leaked inside the classrooms. The guard opens doors and windows and checks the air quality before any children are allowed to enter.

"People are so much against girls getting educated," Jan said. "So we have to do these precautions."

This isn't just paranoia. This is something that Islamic activists do because they hate women and education.

A hospital in northern Afghanistan admitted 160 schoolgirls Tuesday after they were poisoned, a Takhar province police official said.

Their classrooms might have been sprayed with a toxic material before the girls entered, police spokesman Khalilullah Aseer said. He blamed the Taliban.

The girls, ages 10 to 20, complained of headaches, dizziness and vomiting before being taken to the hospital, said Hafizullah Safi, director of the provincial health department.

Acid attacks have already been imported to the West by Muslim immigrants, along with traditions such as suicide bombings and honor killings. How long until schools are being poisoned?