On Monday, we reported that a Muslim woman in Great Britain killed her son because he didn’t move forward quickly enough in the memorization of the Koran. Now we read at “Humanist”, that in July, a Muslim woman in Sweden killed her five-month-old baby with the Koran. She wanted to “protect” it. At the moment, a Muslim is in court in Berlin because he cut the head of his wife off and then threw it from the rooftop into the inner court – then yet a few other body parts afterward. He supposedly called out “Allahu Akbar” when doing so. Whether he wanted to “protect” his wife by doing this is still unknown. Recently, another Muslim in Berlin cut off the breasts of his wife and stabbed her all over the genital area.
(By Michael Stürzenberger)
We read with astonishment regarding the baby murder in Sweden:
In July this year, a five-month-old baby in Halmstadt, Sweden, was found dead. Scattered over the lifeless body were 39 wounds. “The woman killed her child. She struck him dead, and the Koran was the weapon,” attorney Anders Johansson stated before the court. Said woman was the 28-year-old mother of the child.
The Muslim mother presented the motive for the crime before the court in the following way: “There were, as it was, horns on the forehead of the baby and out of his whole body grew tentacles. I saw the head of an old man on his body. I wanted to protect my child, not kill it!”
Had she perhaps just read the Koran passages about the descriptions of hell? Then she wanted to drive out the devil, so to speak, with Beelzebub…
“My client suffers from a psychosis. She didn’t want to kill the baby. She was unable to assess the consequences of her act.” The fact that the accused suffered from severe psychological problems was confirmed after medical examinations.
Does this psychosis have five letters in its name? Is it accompanied with centuries of incest paired with overdoses of horror readings? We don’t know. It was all only an “accident,” her husband says:
The child’s father was also present during the hearing. The strictly devout couple met each other online and married a week later. The father broke out in tears when the attorney reconstructed the crime’s sequence of events. “She was a good mother and a good wife. It was a horrible act, but it was an accident,” he expressed. Because of this he wishes to forgive his wife and support her in the further course of the hearings.
In these, let’s say, “noticeable behavioral” actions, Muslims are remarkably often involved. In these cases, “psychological disturbances” are readily indicated reducing punishment.
“These people with their multifaceted culture, their cordialness and their joy of life are welcome among us, they are an enrichment for all of us.”
Maria Böhmer, [German] Federal Government Commissioner for Immigration, Refugees and Integration