Arizona: Another Attempted Islamic Honor Killing


As Creeping Sharia notes:

Familiar patterns emerging in the attempted honor killing in Arizona: the media is complicit in the honor killing cover-up, as Phyllis Chesler explains here, and the brother of the victim is showing no remorse as we’ve seen before, here.
Son: Dad accused of running over women was disrespected
Arizona Republic

The brother of Noor Almaleki, whom police say was run over by her father last week, has told a local television news station that the father and daughter have been in conflict the past couple of years.

Peter-Ali Almaleki told CBS 5 News that his sister went “out of her way to disrespect” her traditional Muslim father.

Noor Almaleki had married a man in Iraq but returned to the United States and moved in with a boyfriend and his mother in Surprise. The father was furious about the arrangement, according to the brother.

Noor, who underwent spinal surgery, remained unconscious Monday as her father, Faleh Hassan Almaleki of Glendale, continued to elude police.

Faleh Almaleki called home Friday to inquire about his daughter, but his wife hung up on him, the brother said.

The Almalekis moved to the United States from Iraq in 1994 or 1995, Peter-Ali told The Republic on Monday.

On Oct. 20, Peoria police were called to a Department of Economic Security parking lot and found that Noor Almaleki and her boyfriend’s mother, Amal Edan Khalaf, had been run over. They believe that Faleh Almaleki struck the women while driving his 2000 silver Jeep Grand Cherokee, license plate ADS-9192.

Khalaf reportedly was improving but Noor Almaleki remained in “life-threatening” condition, according to police.

Family members told police that the father was upset that his daughter failed to live by traditional Muslim values.

Peter-Ali Almaleki said he loves his sister and that should she not have to be suffering her injuries. But he added that the family lives by different cultural values.

“One thing to one culture doesn’t make sense to another culture,” he added.

She should not have to be suffering her injuries? Does that mean if she had died quickly, as planned, she wouldn’t have to suffer?



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