Many readers across the pond are sending good reviews of a BBC program that aired this week about Atefah Sahaaleh, a 16-year-old girl hanged in a public square in the Iranian city of Neka. Her death sentence was imposed by Islamic mullahs for “crimes against chastity.” I hope there’s an American station out there that will air the program here. I’m sure that feminists will join me in pressuring our media to help spread the word about this sharia-mandated barbarism.
Cox and Forkum marked Sahaaleh’s execution two years ago:
On a related note, check out the chilling new, politically correct euphemism for female genital mutilation among Muslims in Britain:
The future is dhimmitude.
These dumb girls don’t get it.