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AMERICAN JUSTICE. . .Take your Sharia and Shove It!

Updated on April 17, 2011

American Justice Prevails

Beautiful Aasiya Hassan was beheaded by her husband in 2009. He used a knife on her after luring her to his office where she went to take some of his things to him. He told her he would not be present when she got there. Aasiya had just filed for divorce and this was the reason for the attack. After he murdered his wife, Muzzammil Hassan went to the police station and told them his wife was dead.

Muzzammil Hassan has now been convicted of murder and sentenced to 25 years in prison without possibility of parole.

During the trial Hassan claimed his life was in danger from his wife. He fired three attorneys. He was a television executive that focused on programs that tried to debunk Muslim sterotypes.

Would that include the sterotype that Muslim Men believe in Honor Killing Muzzammil?

District Attorney Frank Sedita said the sentence was "a perfectly appropriate sentence under the circumstances and considering the violent nature of the crime and a lack of genuine remorse by the defendant


Twenty year old Noor Almaleki was run down in Arizona by a car driven by her father in October 2009. He waited in his car across a parking lot. When he had her in his sites he gunned the motor, aimed his car and ploughed into her. Her body landed on a raised median, so the driver swerved and ran over her fracturing her spine and face. Noor Amaleki lay in a coma for two weeks and later died never regaining consciousness.

Faleh Hassan Almaleki, 50 was upset and concerned because Noor had become so Americanized.

He has been sentenced to 34 ½ years in prison and will be 85 when he becomes eligible for parole.



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    • PurvisBobbi44 profile image

      PurvisBobbi44 6 years ago from Florida


      This was educational,informative and very sad. How anyone especially a husband or a father could hurt someone they are suppose to love, is beyond me. I feel justice should be an eye for an eye. How someone kills another, with intent--should be done the same to them.

      Have a great week.


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      Deidre Shelden 6 years ago from Texas, USA

      This is good to hear some justice is being upheld against Sharia. Cheering with you!

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      elizabeth 6 years ago from Buncombe County, NC

      We need more judges to throw the book at these vile men, maybe they will go back to their own country where they can practice Sharia Law.

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      breakfastpop 6 years ago

      Finally something worked the way it should. Let's hope the day never comes when acts like this are decided by a court considering the rules of Sharia. Way to go America, indeed! Up and awesome!