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OBAMA'S "PEACE" PARTNERS ASSASSINATE WOMEN'S RIGHTS POLITICIAN HANI...

The world is completely and utterly changed since January 2009. The ascension of evil can be laid squarely at the door of Obama's White House. The rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in the Middle East and North Africa, Mullah Omar for President, the sanction of the Taliban, and this, of course -- Obama.

Check out how the BBC reports this story, as if she had it coming. And note the calling of the bloody murderers "the conservative interpretation of Islam practised by many in Afghanistan."

And why doesn't the BBC run her picture instead of some meaningless map? I cannot find a picture of this hero. Please, send me a photo of Mrs. Safi, if you find it.

Female Afghan politician Hanifa Safi killed BBC

Hanifa Safi died after the bomb attached to her car exploded as she left her home in Laghman province. Her husband and daughter were injured.

As the provincial head of the Afghan ministry of women's affairs, Mrs Safi had been a leading advocate of fair treatment for women for years.

She had been known locally for going out without her head covered.

That was against the conservative interpretation of Islam practised by many in Afghanistan, and might have brought her to the attention of the Taliban, the BBC's David Loyn in Kabul reports.

However, no group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack.

The killing of Mrs Safi is a reminder of the perilous life lived by so many Afghan women, and comes only a week after video emerged of the killing of a woman said to have run away from her husband, our correspondent says.

UPDATE: The enemediaa rarely runs pictures of the vicitms of sharia. Honor killing stories, when reported, rarely have a photo. Keeping the voiceless invisible.

Thanks to Sissy Willis for sending this photo of Hanifa:

Safi
UPDATE: THanks to Tammy:

Hanifa

Tags: #Afghanistan:, Hanifa, MP, Rights, Safi, Women's, assassinated

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NANGARHAR, Afghanistan - A regional head of women's affairs was targeted and killed by a car bomb in Afghanistan's east on Friday, officials said, the latest act of brazen violence against women in the country.

Hanifa Safi was killed while driving through the capital of Laghman province, Mehtar Lam, when a bomb attached to her car exploded, provincial governor spokesman Sarhadi Zwak said.

"It killed her and left her husband, who was with her in the car, in a coma," Zwak said, adding that the attack about 150 km (93 miles) east of Kabul also wounded 10 civilians.

Zwak declined to say whether or not he believed the Taliban were behind the attack, instead saying "enemies of Afghanistan" planted the bomb. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. The United Nations condemned the attack.

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It is always hard to get reliable news from Afganistan because the only way to get news is via the MSM, which is never going to side with the truth.

Most of the storys i've found on this bombing have reference to the BBC's PC reporting. Maybe someone from a different part of the world can a less govenment censored account.
 

Pamela Geller said

UPDATE: The enemediaa rarely runs pictures of the vicitms of sharia. Honor killing stories, when reported, rarely have a photo. Keeping the voiceless invisible.


Well after the simplest of searches, this is what crops up

Momtaz, 16, a victim of an acid attack, participates in a protest Kabul July 11, 2012.

A few days after the protest by women who where where demonstrating against the recent public execution of a young woman accused of adultery, Hanifa Safi was killed while driving through the capital of Laghman province, Mehtar Lam, when a bomb attached to her car exploded, provincial governor spokesman Sarhadi Zwak said.

"It killed her and left her husband, who was with her in the car, in a coma," Zwak said, adding that the attack about 150 km (93 miles) east of Kabul also wounded 10 civilians.

Zwak declined to say whether or not he believed the Taliban were behind the attack, instead saying "enemies of Afghanistan" planted the bomb. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. The United Nations condemned the attack.

"The deliberate killing of a brave woman and a public servant, dedicated to improving the situation of Afghan women and working for the safety and security of her country, is an outrage," said Jan Kubis, its representative to Kabul.

Safi, appointed in 2008, was the second provincial head of women's affairs to be assassinated since the posts were created a decade ago in each of Afghanistan's 34 provinces, reporting to the Ministry of Women's Affairs in Kabul.

Safia Ama Jan, who headed the department in southern Kandahar province, was gunned down in 2006 by the Taliban

Safia Ahmed-jan (was an Afghan women's rights advocate and an outspoken critic of the Taliban for the latter's suppression of women. During the period of fundamentalist rule, she stayed in Afghanistan to secretly teach women.
At the time of her assassination on 25 September 2006 she was the provincial director of the Ministry of Women's Affairs in Kandahar province, a position she had held for five years. Previously, she was a teacher and high school principal. She was killed in front of her home in the provincial capital, Kandahar, by two men on a motorcycle.

Our naive government brings gangsters from the hell holes of Afghanistan and Pakistan, like the Islamists that killed these couragous women, so the thugs can lord it over us, and make us submit to their specially uniformed tribe.

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