Muslim women protesting Valentine's day
A photographer in Bangladesh took a photo of a couple kissing as the rains began to fall. He was beaten up by other Muslim photographers. The photo is below.
Radical Muslims and their leader Morsi gained power in Egypt thanks to Obama's pressure on the Egyptian military to arrest Mubarak and the large number of radical Muslims who rebelled against him. When they weren't oppressing Christians and women they decided to ban hugging and kissing from TV. The military overthrew Morsi and Obama cut off aid to Egypt in response.
Here are links from Jihadwatch on Valentines day 2014
Sometimes Muslims who who marry for love are killed by their families. Here is one example from June 2014 and another from 2014. In the November murder the father explained that he had been compelled to kill his daughter as she wanted to marry for love
SIALKOT: A couple was beheaded in cold blood by the family of the girl over love marriage in Satrah village of Daska tehsil, some 65km from here, on Friday.
According to the FIR lodged with Satrah police station, Sajjad Ahmed, 27, of village Hasanabad, Sialkot, had contracted a love marriage with Muafia Bibi, 23, of Satrah on June 18.
On Friday, seven members of Muafia’s family, including her father Dilshad alias Kulla, uncle Ghulam Husain, Shamshad, Afzaal Husain and Bashiran Bibi, stormed into house of the newly-weds in Hasanabad, bundled them into a van and took them to an outhouse at Satrah.
The suspects tied up the legs and arms of Sajjad and Muafia and cut off their heads with choppers in public but nobody dared stop them, the FIR said. The suspects fled from the village after the incident.
Sajjad’s family told Dawn the couple had come into contact several months ago and wanted to get married but Muafia’s parents didn’t agree to her marriage with Sajjad which led to their love marriage. They said the couple was issued threats by the girl’s family.
In another case, also in June 2014 a girl was burned alive by her parents for marrying for love.
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