AZ Muslim Man Allegedly Rapes Woman Who Refused To Be His Arranged Marriage Wife

Phoenix Police charged a Muslim man with sexual assault and kidnapping after he allegedly tried to force his arranged marriage bride-to-be to have sex with him.

The families of Mohamed S. Abdullahi, 30, and the victim, a young woman believed to be approximately 18 years old, entered into “Nikah,” a formal Muslim marriage agreement. The union was against the wishes of the woman.

When she learned of it in December, she fled the state, but returned after two weeks in order to finish high school. After her graduation, the woman refused to go forward with the marriage.

On Monday, the woman’s parents took her to Abdullahi’s apartment in southeast Phoenix.

Trina Childs, a witness, said, “I saw some guys carrying a girl in, so I ran over to the front and they threw somebody and that girl in this house, and all of them just walked out.”

“She was crying, she was just screaming, and shaking her head. If I knew what was going on I would have called the cops, but I didn’t know at that time what was going on,” Childs added.

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According to the police report, Abdullahi barred the door to his apartment with a mattress and punched the woman in the face, knocking her to ground. He then ripped off her clothes and raped her. The victim had bruises on her neck as well as a bite mark, and was bleeding.

Abdullahi was also injured in the right hand and in the genital area during the assault.

When the assault was over, the victim managed to get her tablet from her purse and contacted a friend to call the police. When the officers arrived, the victim fled from the apartment and hid behind them.

Abdullahi was booked on charges of kidnapping, aggravated assault, and sexual assault.

The two families involved immigrated from Somalia: both are under investigation. So far, the victim has been unwilling to cooperate with the police and does not want to press charges against Abdullahi or his family.

h/t: Shoebat.com

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John Boehner Did Not Gain Any New Conservative Fans After Calling This Couple ‘Good People’

House Speaker John Boehner sat down for an interview with Bloomberg Politics recently to discuss the scandal regarding Hillary Clinton’s use of a private server to send and receive official emails during her time as secretary of state.

“She violated the law,” Boehner insisted, “and the idea that she was going to use her own server and do official business on it goes against every transparency issue that the president likes to tout.”

When asked what policy she violated, he responded that she would have had to “sign a sheet when she got there that she was going to preserve all of these records. At some point, they just can’t ignore the fact that there are a lot of public documents on this server that the American people have a right to see; and we believe it is time for Mrs. Clinton to turn that server and all its documents over to the IG – the inspector general – at the State Department.”

He confirmed that, if Clinton refuses to cooperate, “all options are on the table” – including a House subpoena.

“It’s important for the American people to know the truth about what happened in Benghazi,” he said, “and it’s important to know what was going on at the State Department before, during, and after the events that occurred in Libya.”

Boehner’s palpable irritation dissipated somewhat, however, when he was asked whether Bill and Hillary Clinton are “ethically and morally fit to return to the White House.”

He replied that the Clintons are “good public servants” and “good people,” acknowledging that “there are questions that have to be answered.”

Do you think Hillary Clinton should release the contents of her server? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Chinese Scientists Announce They Have Modified The Human Genome

A group of Chinese scientists recently announced they have done something that has never been done before in the history of the world — they have modified the genomes of human embryos.

The researchers, led by Junjiu Huang, a gene-function researcher at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, used a technology called CRISPR to find bad sections of DNA in the embryos, cut them out, and replace them.

To do this, they injected the embryos with the enzyme complex CRISPR/Cas9. The complex can be programmed to target a problematic gene, then bind and splice the DNA at specific locations, replacing or repairing that gene.

The team attempted to modify the gene responsible for β-thalassaemia, a potentially fatal blood disorder. They injected 86 “non-viable” embryos–meaning they could not result in a live birth–then waited 48 hours to allow CRISPR to act and the embryos to grow to about eight cells each.

Seventy-one of the embryos survived, and 54 were genetically tested. Of those 54, only 28 were successfully spliced; and only “a fraction” of those contained the replacement genetic material, prompting the research team to stop their human testing. “If you want to do it in normal embryos, you need to be close to 100%,” Huang said. “That’s why we stopped. We still think it’s too immature.”

Reactions to the researchers’ experimentation have been mixed. Supporters laud the ability to fix potentially life-threatening genetic diseases such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, and Huntington’s disease. Luhan Yang, a postdoctoral scientist at Harvard Medical School, said it may also be possible to install genes that would offer lifelong protection against infection, Alzheimer’s, and possibly even the effects of aging, leading Antonio Regalado to write for the MIT Technology Review that “[s]uch history-making medical advances could be as important to this century as vaccines were to the last.”

Others, though, insist editing the human genome is ethically questionable. There is concern from other scientists that changing the DNA of viable embryos could have unpredictable consequences for future generations, as the genetic changes, known as germline modifications, are heritable–meaning the changes would be passed down to offspring.

Geneticist Dana Carroll of the University of Utah warned, “Germline genome alterations are permanent and heritable, so very, very careful consideration needs to be taken in advance of such applications.”

Others fear this technology could be used down the road to create “designer humans,” with features and characteristics specifically chosen and changed in the embryonic phase of development.

The debate over genetic engineering is one that is sure to continue for some time. Many countries, not including the U.S., have outlawed germline gene editing; and the European Union’s convention on human rights and biomedicine stated that tampering with the gene pool would be a crime against “human dignity” and human rights.

Do you think the ability to modify the human genome is something that should be utilized, or are these scientists trying to “play God”?

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Fox’s Hannity Expertly Shuts Down Muslim Guest Trying To Control The Conversation

In a recent on-air conversation with Islamic leader Hassan Shibly, Fox News Channel host Sean Hannity sought details about the case of a young American woman, Hoda Muthana, who left her family last year to join forces with ISIS. Shibly, who heads the Council on American Islamic Relations in Florida, explained that his organization is advocating on behalf of Muthana’s family and shared his thoughts on the story.

“Words can’t describe the utter shock and trauma and horror that the family is facing,” he said, “and the pain and anguish they’re facing at having lost their daughter to brainwashing and recruitment by this terrible extremist violent gang of monsters, really.”

Hannity wondered why CAIR, which he described as a “controversial group,” would be involved. This prompted Shibly to accuse the host of changing the subject.

“I’ll ask any question I want,” Hannity shot back, “this is my show. But you are a controversial group.”

Shibly ultimately answered the question.

“The reason we’re involved is because we have been working in that community for a long time; and her father actually attended a lecture I gave to counter extremists and to delegitimize ISIS,” he stated. “So, when he heard I gave a lecture at his mosque delegitimizing ISIS and condemning that terrorist organization, he reached out to me when Hoda first left; and the first thing I told him is, ‘We have to contact authorities and we have to do the best we can to make sure no other child is lost in the way your daughter was lost.’”

Hannity then pivoted to another topic, asking Shibly if he believes Hamas is a terrorist organization. After some back-and-forth between the two men, the guest ultimately conceded that the group is classified as a terrorist organization by the U.S. State Department.

He then attempted to castigate Hannity, though, for daring to ask such a question.

“Shame on you for asking every Muslim what he thinks of terrorist organizations,” he responded.

“No shame on me,” Hannity said. “I’m allowed to ask any questions I want.”

Though it was fairly clear Shibly had more he wanted to say, Hannity opted to move on, cutting that interview off and introducing his next guest.

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PHOTO: The Disturbing Picture Of Obama’s Kenyan Grandma He Does NOT Want You To See

A recent photograph has surfaced of Obama’s grandmother on a holy Islamic pilgrimage known as “Umrah.”

“Umrah involves visiting Makkah, which is considered to be the holiest city in Islam, and can be undertaken at any time of the year, unlike the Hajj.”

The photo below shows Barack Obama’s grandmother, Sara Omar, surrounded by her Muslim brethren on her Islamic pilgrimage.

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Al Arabiya News clarified stating that, “Omar, who is in her 90s, arrived in Makkah, Saudi Arabia, with her son Saeed Obama, uncle to the U.S. president, and grandson Mousa. After finishing Umrah, she visited an exhibition about the life of the Prophet Muhammad.”

What she had to say about the trip highlighted her own feelings toward the Muslim doctrine:

“I am very happy to visit this exhibition, which is a good example for the propagation of Islam in a modern way, supported by scientific and authentic documents,” Omar was quoted as saying in the Al Arabiya News report.

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In this Obama Family photo are: (bottom row, from left) half-sister Auma, her mother Kezia Obama, Obama’s step-grandmother Sarah Hussein Onyango Obama and unknown; (top row, from left) unknown, Barack Obama, half-brother Abongo (Roy) Obama, and three unknowns. (H/T Gateway Pundit)

Among the president’s other relatives are older half-brother Abongo “Roy” Obama, reportedly a militant Muslim, and younger brother Samson. The U.K. reportedly refused Samson entry recently after he was accused of an attempted sexual assault on a “young girl.”

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This is the Obama family tree. One has to wonder how far the apple fell from it.

 

h/t: Gateway Pundit

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