We have written at length about Islamic Shariah law and how it discriminates against women, treating them as second-class citizens at best, sub-human property at worst.
An example of Shariah law in action recently emerged via a video from Istanbul, Turkey, which showed an Islamist security guard taking enforcement of Islamic tradition into his own hands, or feet to be more exact, as he brutally kicked a young woman in the head for wearing shorts in public.
According to the U.K. Express, 23-year-old Aysegul Terzi was physically assaulted on a bus by Abdullah Cakiroglu for being in violation of his strongly held Islamic beliefs.
The man was arrested but quickly released after prosecutors decided that his crime didn’t warrant being held in custody since the man claimed he was only following Islamic law and that “Islamic law demanded it.”
During testimony in court, Cakiroglu reportedly stated, “I beat people whose outfits I do not like. The state should punish those who dress like this.”
After he was released, he further explained, “She was dressed against my traditions. Friends, everything is under control. Everything happened according to Islamic law.”
The assault was captured on video:
Unfortunately for him, intense public backlash arose after the video was released and authorities felt compelled to re-arrest the man and hold him in custody.
For her part, the victim Terzi stated, “He told the prosecutors that he likes to beat people who he decides do not dress appropriately, and as a result they released him.”
“I don’t have any words to describe what I think about this, there is nothing that I can say,” she added. “Where is the justice? Do I need to get killed?”
This is a prime example of why many in the West oppose the wholesale import of migrants and refugees from predominately Muslim nations that practice forms of Shariah law such as what this thug was imposing on the young woman.
Such actions are wholly incompatible with Western society and the founding principle of equality, and must not be permitted to take root or grow outside of the jihadistans that insist on mistreating women, children and non-believers out of some mistaken belief in Islamic male supremacy.
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