#NotAllMuslims enjoy a thorough stoning, but the ones in Pakistan seem to whenever the opportunity arises (see Religion of Peace: Pakistani Model Killed by Brother in ‘Honor Killing’). But only with good reason, of course — like it being a Monday. Ramadan. Or, in this case, when a teenage girl commits the heinous crime of… being raped. Promiscuous trollop. But it wasn’t the rapist who got stoned. No, it was the woman.
A 19-year-old woman has been sentenced to death in Pakistan after she accused her cousin of raping her at gunpoint. The woman said she was asleep at her family home in Rajanpur, in the country’s central Punjab province, when the attack happened.
She reported the crime to the local [tribal court] but was told she had intentionally seduced her attacker. The [court], which included the alleged rapist’s father, then found her guilty of adultery and declared her a Kari, or adulteress.
As a result the teen was sentenced to death by stoning or to be sold off. The council decided no action needed to be taken against the alleged rapist.
Women declared Kari are often executed by their own family in so-called honour killings to restore their reputation.
Luckily for this gal, she escaped with her life after fleeing the village. But not without being victim shamed first. She went to her elders for help, but they awarded zero sympathy.
In fact, it didn’t take long for a mob of angry Muslims to volunteer fastball practice at the local Scarlet Letter’s hijabed face. Imagine my surprise…
We know Islamists waste no time when it comes to woman hating. Blaming women for being victims of rape is one small part of Islam’s anti-lady ways. It’s somewhat of a rape culture, yeah? It differs from Western feminism’s idea of rape culture. Mostly by being real. In America, activists decry calling your daughter “princess” as rape culture. But when faced with actual rape culture in the Middle East? We hear nary a squeal from portly feminists.
In Islam, rape and oppression of women is commonplace. It’s a religious and political ideology ripe for reformation and addressing from feminists who claim to care for the “equality of women.” Alas.