Saturday, March 30, 2013

Child Abuse Charges for Hollywood Mother Who Burned Teen Daughter Over Arranged Marriage

Another case of importing all the evils of Muslim society.  Notable here is the fact that the report refuses to name the religion of the people involved (Islam).  a large part of the reason the Islamic invasion is still largely un recognized by the average citizen is that the Mainstream Media they rely on is paralyzed by the fear of violent Muslim retaliation and fear of being branded "Islamophobes.  Until the media finds a pair of balls and does its job of reporting ALL the facts about the Islamic invasion, the populace will remain in the dark.  Thank goodness for the internet for without it we might already have Sharia as our main source of law.


Child Abuse Charges for Hollywood Mother Who Burned Teen Daughter Over Arranged Marriage: Cops

Sahar Thabit burned teen daughter's arm with hot knife: Police

By Brian Hamacher and Myriam Masihy
Tuesday, Mar 19, 2013

A South Florida mother who used a knife to burn her teen daughter after the girl resisted her parents' wishes to marry her cousin in an arranged marriage is facing child abuse charges, Hollywood Police said Tuesday.

Sahar Thabit, 35, was arrested Friday and is facing three counts of child abuse on her 17-year-old daughter, according to a Hollywood Police arrest affidavit.

According to the affidavit, the abuse began in early January when Thabit used a stove to heat up the metal on the knife and burn her daughter's arm three times, twice on her left forearm and once on her upper right arm.

"I swear to God I didn't see anything," the victim's grandfather, Ali Alomari, told NBC 6 outside the family's home Tuesday.

The burns caused permanent disfigurement, the report noted.

A friend of the girl reported the abuse to a school administrator, who later called police, the affidavit said.

According to the friend, the teen said her parents became upset because she didn't want to marry her cousin, but wanted to marry a boy in Yemen she had met on the Internet, the affidavit said.

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