Somali girl stoned to death before a thousand spectators

Update Nov. 14th:  More shocking details of the brutality here.

This happened in Somalia, and I’m posting it here to give you an idea of the kind of people Muslim Somalis are.   A 13-year-old girl was stoned to death in front of a thousand on-lookers in a Somali city last week.  Her crime?  She reported that she had been gang raped and therefore commited adultery.

Some people reading this would be of the opinion that this just proves we need to bring Somalis to the US, but I see it quite the opposite—one more reason why we shouldn’t be resettling them in our towns and cities. 

MOGADISHU, Somalia — A 13-year-old girl who said she had been raped was stoned to death in Somalia after being accused of adultery by Islamic militants, a human rights group said.

Dozens of men stoned Aisha Ibrahim Duhulow to death Oct. 27 in a stadium packed with 1,000 spectators in the southern port city of Kismayo, Amnesty International and Somali media reported, citing witnesses. The Islamic militia in charge of Kismayo had accused her of adultery after she reported that three men had raped her, the rights group said.

And then get this!  There was debate about whether she was 13 or 23.  Who the hell cares!  She was brutally murdered as a spectator sport.

Initial local media reports said Duhulow was 23, but her father told Amnesty International she was 13. Some of the Somali journalists who first reported the killing later told Amnesty International that they had reported she was 23 based upon her physical appearance.

Note to readers:  It has been awhile since I reminded you of how we came to have so many Somalis in the US.   See that post here.

A Conspiracy of the Lemmings

Here we are the day before what I believe is the most important election in American history.   I have no profound words (I don’t do profound well).   Please, if you love America,  just take a little time today and read this piece by Jim Simpson entitled, “Conspiracy of the Lemmings:  Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis.”

When one looks back at great moments of historical crisis, one wonders what it felt like to be there.   You are there now.   

At the end of the day tomorrow, no matter what happens, there is much work to be done if God-given liberty and freedom are to survive anywhere on this earth.