Muslim leader in Buffalo loses his mind, wife loses her head

by Administrator on February 13, 2009

buffalo_beheading_coupleIn one of the strangest ironies yet, the founder of the BridgesTV network that was formed to improve the image of Muslim-Americans in the United States was just arrested for beheading his wife.

Muzzammil Hassan, a prominent Buffalo, New York area businessman, is charged with second-degree murder for beheading wife Aasiya Z. Hassan at his company’s office on Thursday.

Will this tragic story get much airplay on the mainstream media? Probably not. The media in this country doesn’t like to report any news that puts a Muslim in bad light.

We just have one question: he beheaded his wife and was only charged with second degree murder? What the hell do you have to do to get charged with first degree murder in Buffalo?

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Maritha Bergman
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Maritha Bergman

Never marry a muslim man =(
I just wonder why he did not get charger for “murder of the first degree” ????
How many friends do they have “high up” ??

abdulaziz
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1.BEHEADINGS & CHOPPING HANDS,WIPING STICKS- Is legally practice in
Saudi Arabia. I worked in Saudi for 3 years & my wife,we witness it.
2.HANGING AND STONING TO DEATH ( GAYS,THIEVES,WOMEN)- Is practice
in IRAN. See news in internet -STONING & HANGING IN IRAN.
3.IRAQ- BEHEADINGS- see news in IRAQ( AL QUEDA) and Philippines (ABU SAYAF).
4.HONOR KILLINGS-See all news in internet.
5.MUSLIMS KILL MUSLIMS-See IRAQ news- SUNNI VS. SHIATES.
6. TERRORIST AROUND THE WORLD- See news in the internet.

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pacman
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pacman

Kevin
I was responding to an earlier post that is quoted in mine, just in case that was not clear.

Regular people don’t consider this option, I agree entirely. Only in the ‘religion of peace’ is such barbarity sanctioned.

Kevin
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Don’t be silly, pacman. When was the last time you got so pissed off at your wife that you decided to remove her head? That’s a ‘muslim only’ dilemma. Regular people don’t consider this to be an option.

pacman
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pacman

“the responses to the situation once again indicate the stupidity of Americans. It would seem that education was wasted on a bunch of morons.

The killing of this lady had nothing to do with religion – once again it was a jilted spouse.

In a grown up country with civilized people – how can anyone judge a group of people by the actions of a few? This is just stupid and against the teachings of Jesus.

If we can judge muslims by the actions of a few, then let’s judge christians by the paedophiles in the catholic church, by the US solidiers that raped a 7 year old Iraqi girl and then killed her and her family, by the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – killing an estimated 150,000.

Grow up you morons – and have the courage to admit that you’re just as twisted, bloodthirsty, arrogant, cruel as the next person.”

The murder was, in part, motivated by religion. Ever heard of honor killings?

BTW, your argumentative, rather name calling, style is as moronic and arrogant as those you claim to accuse. You are judged by your own statements. Why don’t you admit that you don’t know enough about any of the responders here to judge them as twisted, bloodthirsty, arrogant or cruel?

Ricardo
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Ricardo

Here’s the difference between the atrocities committed by Christians and those committed by Muslims:
1- Atrocities committed by muslims are IN FULFILLMENT of their scriptures. Obeying the letter of the Koran. Read the Koran and see for yourself.
2-Atrocities committed by christians are IN VIOLATION of their scriptures.
Disobeying the letter and the spirit of the New Testament.

This is why you don’t ever hear serious discussions between “moderate” muslims and their radical brethren. The radicals win the argument every time by quoting the Koran.

Ella
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Ella

Martin said that Henry VIII and Mohammed both created new religions to justify their bloodlust. With Mohammed, that is true, with what little I know about Islam. It is worse than a lie with Henry VIII; it is a very convenient inaccuracy to create moral equivalency.

Part of what frosts me is blurring the lines between reality and propoganda. Have people in the name of Christianity done evil things? Of course. But Henry VIII didn’t do what he did in the name of Christianity. We didn’t nuke Japan in the name of Christianity. So why is saying “this has nothing to do with Christianity” some kind of denial?

In point of fact, pedophile priests could be a black eye against Christianity. However, there is no sane way for Hiroshima or Nagasaki to be. There is no way for alleged rapes or murders commited by US soldiers to be the fault of Christianity, unless you’re saying that the US equals Christianity. And the modern US equals 1500s England, and Henry VIII equals Christianity.

It’s this bizarre hodgepodge that I think we in the “West” (as in, non-Muslim) should argue against. Islam and a few other cultures mix all of this – America, medieval Europe, Crusades, kings, Jews, and Christianity – in one big blender, like we all share the exact same histories and motives. Like England engaging in the Crusades 300 years before the Western Hemisphere was even disovered is somehow the direct fault of America and all of our Mid-East policy is built on that framework.

If you want to talk the Crusades, knock yourself out. That we can assign to Christianity.

Of course, as you point out, the Crusades were hundreds of years ago, and the Muslims are the only ones still fighting those ghost battles.

Kevin
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It’s ok to mention that Europe in the 1500’s was pretty awful, Ella. There’s no reason to defend it. They did some sh#tty things. Sometimes they used Christianity as an excuse to do them!

But no one uses Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Taoism, heck, even Wiccanism as an excuse to kill people today in the civilized world. That’s what’s important. Today, Christianity causes no deaths. Unfortunately, in the uncivilized world of islam, people still get murdered for that stupid book they read. There can be nothing holy about the koran while it continues to cause death in the name of the devil god it describes, a god who asks for murder in his name.

I’m pretty sure that no other religion prevalent on the face of the Earth gave a standing order to its adherents to murder people who don’t follow the religion. It leads to crap like this, where a man chops off the frickin’ head of his wife. Sorry to acronymically swear, but WTF!?

This is a bad, bad, bad religion.

Ella
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Ella

Only two wives of six were beheaded: Anne Boleyn (admittedly, just because he got mad at her) and Catherine Howard, for committing adultery which, since he was king, was considered treason. That would be wife #2 and wife #4, if memory serves. So, four others were annulled, divorced, or died of natural causes.

And, we’re Americans here. Henry VIII is not anyone’s “four” father. Or forefather.

Ella
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Ella

And Henry VIII didn’t create a religion to do anything, much less behead his wives. He could have done that without any religious oversight, and did, because he was king. Protestantism had been around for almost a hundred years at that time. He split from the Catholic Church only to get sanction to divorce his first wife, who lived for about twnety years after that quite happily. Or, at least, alive.
Perhaps Hassan should have considered divorce a preferable option to chopping his wife’s head off.

Ella
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Ella

Just to be clear – I can only recall one story where a non-Muslim cut off the head of a female relative (daughter, I think), and that guy was Coptic, but was still Egyption. IIRC; I can’t find the story. But I have never heard of a non-Muslim or someone from a non-Muslim culture kill his wife in this way. I’m sure it’s happened, it’s just not common.

As for all the “historical” crap about Henry VIII or the French Revolution or whatever other beheading-type or wife-killing example these people come up with: those were government acts that came after trials and public hearings (even if they were sham trials … another topic…). A common form of public execution was the guillotine. That is hugely different than some guy taking an ax or a kitchen knife to his own family. It’s like comparing murder who puts strychnine in food to a warden who performs a lethal injection. Because, hey, they both used poison! If you can’t see the difference, you are depraved. (And yes, innocent people can be executed, yada yada. That’s not the point. The point is that one person – the warden – is acting within the rules and recognized processes of a larger society. The other kills because he feels totally justified in doing whatever he wants to a weaker person and apparently few people are willing to say boo.)

Hassan felt like killing his wife, so he did. Brutally. That’s common. The method is not common.

Every story about a female beheading or “honor killing” involves an Arab or a Muslim or both. Christians, Jews, and Buddhists don’t do that. Western cultures don’t do that. It’s not racist or hateful to observe that when a woman gets her head cut off, it is almost always because her Muslim husband or father did it to her. What’s sad is that people spend more time arguing against the stereotype than defending the victims of people who reinforce that stereotype. I think Hassan’s wife got a much worse deal than Hassan is getting.

And stereotyping is to say “Because Joe is X, he must be like Y because every X is like Y.” That’s silly because Joe is an individual. Cuddly Muslim is not like Muzzammil Hassan just because they’re both Muslim. But to look at statistics and say statistically Y is more common in X community is just … statistics. Is it racist to observe that meth is cooked and used by whites more than other groups? If not, then it’s not racist to observe that most beheadings are done by Muslim men to Muslim women.

DrJJ
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DrJJ

P.s. Check out post by “Brad”–typical of Islamo-liars. By pointing out the extremely rare examples of brutality in “other religions” he wishes to obscure and deny the truths mentioned in my previous post.
The simple truth can be simply illustrated to simple people like Brad by merely counting the origins of world wide terrorist attacks in last 10 years, counting how many were committed by Muslims compared to other religions. People like him are either 1. Islamic immigrant (of whom we have already admitted too many–talk to Europeans about their problems with this now, then contact your Congressman), 2. hooked up with one or 3. some drooling left-wing recipe mumbler who wishes to profess the official Jimmy Carter-type wisdom, i.e., that really all the world’s problems would be solved if we would only make nice to these murderers!

Duh.

DrJJ
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DrJJ

I love the way “Cuddly Muslim” attempts to blur the very real and obvious worldwide crisis of Islamic-driven murderous terrorism, and vague historical antecedents long forsaken by other religions. And although he appears to want to appear “reasonable”, like other Islamic apologists/deniers, no where does he admit the blunt truth of the matter–not all Muslims are terrorists, but the overwhelming majority of terrorists are Muslims.

Just once I’d like to see one of these “reasonable” Muslim apologists admit the reality of the situation with regard to at least some of their dco-religionists, and demonstrate a real desire to eradicate this cancer eating at world peace everywhere.

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Ella
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Ella

Oh, and I am an American. So, I guess I denounce myself….

Ella
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Ella

You know, I was really wondering if I should have used a /sarc tag.

I was being sarcastic. So, yes, I was aware of the irony in my post. Hooray! Reason has triumphed! 🙂

Brad, I fear, was serious.

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