Message from a former Muslim, now Christian preacher for all the non-muslims of the world. (Nov 2012)

From Yucki:

Christian Pastor in Uganda Attacked by Muslims with buckets of Acid

This man of G-d was born to follow Mohammed and raised to disseminate dawa filth. Then he heard the call of Christ and knew truth. His courage to spread the “good news” was rewarded by a world of pain.

After 2 years in hospital in Israel, he’s ready to go back to his family and his church. But first he’s asked to say a few words to the public.

Starting at 6:03 is a message to Christians – a sermon more powerful than any you’re likely to hear at church tomorrow.

Then he’s asked what he’d tell others watching the video – Jews, secular people in the West. He’s just as direct, just as powerful as a biblical prophet.

Victoria’s Secret worker scarred for life when niqab-wearing attacker threw acid in her face as she walked home from shop

Daily Mail:

  • Naomi Oni, 20, was almost blinded and will need years of skin grafts
  • She was heading back to her flat from the bus stop when she was injured
  • Had been talking to her boyfriend on the phone after a late shift
  • Says the apparently random attack has ‘destroyed’ her life
  • The shop assistant no longer wants to go out in public
  • She was inspired to share her story by acid-attack victim Katie Piper

By Emma Reynolds

PUBLISHED: 14:17 GMT, 1 February 2013 | UPDATED: 16:38 GMT, 1 February 2013

A Victoria’s Secret shop assistant was scarred for life when a mysterious figure wearing a niqab threw acid in her face as she walked home from work.

Naomi Oni, 20, was left with severe burns on her head, neck, arms, legs and body after she was attacked in Dagenham, east London.

She has spent the past month having skin grafts and almost went blind, although she has now recovered her vision in her left eye and has partial sight in her right.

Naomi Oni
After the attack

Shocking: Naomi Oni, 20, was on the phone to her boyfriend when someone wearing a niqab threw acid at her

Her attacker was dressed like a Muslim woman in a niqab, so Ms Oni could not see their face. Police have no idea who was responsible for the vicious attack, or why they did it.

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Teenager, 16, may have been left blind after acid was thrown in his face as he walked in woodland

Something tells me there is a very sinister aspect to this story. I hope the details about who, and why, become known soon.

H/T Taffy in Canada

Daily Mail:

  • wo men, aged 46 and 33, arrested in connection with the Hampshire attack
  • Boy was walking beside woodland in Yateley when he was attacked
  • Being treated at a specialist hospital in London with family at his side
  • Suffered sever burns to his face, eyes and upper body
  • Police described the incident as ‘terrifying’ but said attack is not thought to have been ‘random’

By Mario Ledwith

PUBLISHED: 13:52 GMT, 16 January 2013 | UPDATED: 17:02 GMT, 16 January 2013

A teenage boy suffered ‘horrendous’ injuries that could leave him blind after acid was thrown into his face as he was enjoying a walk in woodland.

It is feared the 16-year-old could be permanently disfigured after suffering severe burns to his face, including his eyes, and upper body.

The unnamed boy is being treated at a specialist hospital in London with his parents at his bedside.

Attack: A 16-year-old boy has been left with 'horrendous' injuries after being attacked with acid as he was walking beside woodland in his hometown of Yateley, Hampshire Attack: A 16-year-old boy has been left with ‘horrendous’ injuries after being attacked with acid as he was walking beside woodland in his hometown of Yateley, Hampshire (stock image)

A Hampshire Constabulary spokesman said it was ‘too early for prognosis’ and that they are still investigating what the acid was and what container it had been in.

Two men have been arrested by detectives investigating the chemical attack, which happened in darkness as the boy walked near woods in his hometown of Yateley, near Farnborough, Hampshire.

The 46-year-old man from Yateley and a 33-year-old man from Farnborough have been released on bail pending further inquiries.


Police denied the attack was a drug deal gone wrong or over a financial matter or girl. They confirmed the young victim was white and British.

Paramedics were called to the scene and gave the boy immediate treatment for the facial injuries before he was rushed to hospital.

The teenager, who has not been named by police, was left writhing in agony on the pathway as the acid burnt through his clothes and skin.

The attackers, who were wearing dark clothes, ran off before emergency services arrived.

A spokesman for Hampshire Police said that the attacker was a stranger to the teenager, but added it was not a random incident.

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The Acid Attack on Reyhan K.

Gates of Vienna:

Thursday, January 03, 2013

Reyhan K., victim of acid attackLast week a young woman named Reyhan K. was subjected to a devastating acid attack at her residence in Germany. She and one of her attackers are of Turkish origin; the other suspect is Syrian.

Our Canadian correspondent Rembrandt Clancy sends a summary of press reports about the incident, including updates from dated 1 January 2013, and WAZ on 2 January 2013, along with video material. As background for the case, he sends a video by Sabatina James entitled “Women in Islam, Equal Rights or Oppressed?”

He includes this note:

Just a point: The modus operandi of this case has a striking similarity to that of the case of the model and TV presenter, Katie Piper, in 2009 in North London. Her ex-boyfriend, Daniel Lynch put Stefan Sylvester up to throwing the acid. Although this was a brown-on-white attack, I have not been able to discover the origins of the perpetrators.

All the translating and subtitling of this material was done by Rembrandt Clancy.

The Acid Attack on Reyhan K.
by Rembrandt Clancy

The Gates of Vienna news feed of 30 December 2012 made reference to an acid attack on a young Turkish woman in Germany.

The essentials of the press reports of the acid attack on Reyhan K. can be summarised as follows: Twenty-year-old Reyhan K., a Turkish immigrant woman who lives in Hilden near Düsseldorf in North Rhein-Westphalia, has landed in a special clinic in Duisburg with severe burns to her face and body. On Saturday morning, December 29, 2012, the doorbell rang at the residence of Reyhan’s grandparents. A man in disguise quickly sprayed the young woman twice in the face and body with a fluid which turned out to be sulphuric acid. He then fled the scene without having said a word.

A few hours after the attack, police arrested a former boyfriend, a 22-year-old Turkish man by the name of Serhat K. During interrogation the suspect admitted having incited a younger 18-year-old male accomplice to carry out the attack. The name and other background information of this individual does not appear to be available at this point, although the video included here identifies him as Syrian. On the day of the crime he turned himself in to Düsseldorf police in the company of his lawyer.

Here is the news report from Westdeutsche Rundfunk (WDR) of 30 December 2012:

Examination of many media sources failed to turn up any mention of Islam in connection with this crime, although all the principals appear to originate from the Islamic cultural sphere, and the circumstances of the event suggest a crime of the “honour” type.

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Woman in Germany seriously injured in acid attack

Original translation by Bear 

H/T Magic Martin

From Le Figaro


a young woman of Turkish origins was gravely injured at Hilden (west of Germany) after being victim of an attack of sulfuric acid. the young woman aged 20, had opened the door of her home saturday morning when a stranger hosed her with a liquid from a can, explained the police of Mettmann.

“the victim immediately sensed a strong sensation of burning on the face and called for help.” that noted that it was acid. Gravelly injured the young woman was evacuated to a hospital in the region but her prognosis remains uncertain. the grand mother of the young woman was also lightly injured by the liquid.

two suspects were arrested after the attack by police. the first aged 22 of Turkish origins was arrested saturday. during his interrogation he indicated to the investigators to have financed this aggression to a person he knew has indicated the police of Mettmann and the floor of Dusseldorf in a common communication. he was presented to a judge and imprisoned.

the second suspect aged 18, presumed author of the aggression, turned himself in Sunday to the police and was to be presented to a judge. “The aggression was committed with sulfuric acid that the perpetrators had bought in a pharmacy’ explained the authorities.

UPDATE: Two Muslim turks arrested

Woman forced to remarry the husband who threw acid in her face after she divorced him for being unfaithful

H/T EDL Buck

Daily Mail:

  • Nurbanu had divorced her husband of 18 years after discovering he had been unfaithful
  • Eight days later the 36-year-old was at home in Bangladesh when her former spouse arrived and threw acid into her face
  • He was jailed for a year but following his release Nurbanu is once again living with the man who left her blind and severely scarred


PUBLISHED: 12:22 GMT, 27 November 2012 | UPDATED: 14:34 GMT, 27 November 2012

Survivor: Nurbanu's husband threw acid in her face eight days after she divorced him for being unfaithfulSurvivor: Nurbanu’s husband threw acid in her face eight days after she divorced him for being unfaithful

This woman’s horrific scars serve as a cruel and permanent reminder of the moment her husband of 18 years flung acid into her face.

Nurbanu had divorced her unfaithful and violent spouse after catching him with another woman.

Eight days later, she was cooking at home in Bangladesh when he pulled up on a motorbike and doused her with acid, leaving her blind and disfigured.

The 36-year-old now has to endure living with her former spouse again after his mother forced her to sign an affidavit to have him released from prison following the attack.

Nurbanu’s husband of 18 years went into hiding after mutilating his former wife, but was caught ten months later and jailed for a year, according to a report on The Huffington Post.

‘His mother paid for his release on bail,’ said Nurbanu, who is from Satkhira in south west Bangladesh.

‘She made me sign an affidavit to have him released. She used my sons to convince me to marry him again.

‘People would think a husband would take care of a blind wife. But this doesn’t happen,’ Nurbanu said.

She also said her spouse continues to beat and threaten her, adding: ‘This is how my days go by.’

Nurbanu, who is unable to even prepare a meal for herself following her husband’s devastating attack, is one of thousands of women to fall victim to acid violence in Bangladesh in recent years.

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Acid-attack mom: ‘I feel like killing all my kids’


Zaheen Akhtar and Mohammed Zafar, parents of murdered girl.
Zaheen Akhtar and Mohammed Zafar, parents of murdered girl.
Screen Capture – BBC

“I cannot sleep and whenever I shut my eyes, I see Anusha’s burnt face…”

Less than a week ago the life of Pakistani teen Anusha Akhtar was snuffed out.

The death of a child is always heart-wrenching, but when killed at the hands of her own parents, that makes the death horrific.

As previously reported by, Anusha’s father, Mohammed Zafar, and her mother, Zaheen Akhtar, were arrested for pouring acid on their daughter for reportedly “standing too close to a boy.”

To further enrage the parents, they later caught Anusha later “looking at two boys.”

Reportedly, her father beat her, then her mother assisted while the father poured acid on her for bringing dishonor on the family.

Only a day later did the parents take the child to a hospital where she eventually died of her acid-caused injuries.

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Parents Attack Daughter With Acid For Talking to Boy

ABC News:

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan Nov. 2, 2012

Pakistani parents in a remote village allegedly killed their 15-year-old daughter by pouring acid all over her face and body after they caught her talking to an unknown boy, according to local police and hospital officials.

The incident happened in Kotli, a small town in Pakistan-administered Kashmir. The parents allegedly confessed to the attack after she spoke with a boy outside their house.

According to local police, the girl’s father, Mohammed Zafar, became enraged when he found his teenage daughter, Anvu Shah, with the boy outside their home.

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H/T Gates of Vienna

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‘They wanted to hang me… they thought it would be an insult to Islam if I lived’: New beginning in Texas for Pakistani Christian woman who suffered savage acid attack by Muslim man who thought she was a traitor

h/t Taffy in Canada

Daily Mail:

By Laura Cox

PUBLISHED: 19:19 EST, 11 July 2012 | UPDATED: 23:07 EST, 11 July 2012

A 26-year-old woman horrifically burned in an acid attack has spoken out about her trauma as she re-builds her life in Houston, Texas.

Julie Aftab was 16 and working in an office in Pakistan when a man walked in and asked her if she was Christian, spotting a small cross she wore around her neck.

She replied that yes, she was and the man became abusive, shouting at her that she was living in the gutter and would go to hell for shunning Islam.

Barbaric: Julie Aftab's face was horrifically disfigured during the attack, requiring 31 surgeriesBarbaric: Julie Aftab’s face was horrifically disfigured during the attack, requiring 31 surgeries

He left and returned half an hour later, clutching a bottle of battery acid which he savagely chucked over her head. As she ran screaming for the door a second man grabbed her by the hair and forced more of the liquid down her throat, searing her esophagus.



Teeth fell from her mouth as she desperately called for help, stumbling down the street.

A woman heard her cries and took her to her home, pouring water over her head and taking her to hospital.

At first the doctors refused to treat her, because she was a Christian. ‘They all turned against me,’ she told the Houston Chronicle.

Light at the end of the tunnel: Aftab (left) has been able to start a new life for herself in Houston, TExas, supported by host parents Lee and Gloria (right) ErvinLight at the end of the tunnel: Aftab (left) has been able to start a new life for herself in Houston, TExas, supported by host parents Lee and Gloria (right) Ervin


‘Even the people who took me to the hospital. They told the doctor they were going to set the hospital on fire if they treated me.’

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Arab man threw sulphuric acid on the face of his spanish wife

Translated from Digital Journal by Hermes:

A man of arabic origin threw sulphuric acid on the face of his wife. This happened this morning at the door of the victim’s home in Rio Ulla street, no. 9, in the Pueblo Nuevo neighborhood in Ciudad Lineal district – Madrid. The victim was a 29 year old spanish woman which had naver before made legal complaints for mistreatments against her, but she had already filed for a separation from her husband.

The woman was sprinkled with sulphuric acid while screaming out of pain, but she did not lose conscience, so that she could identify her ex-partner, an arabic man, who was confronted by several passers-by who were also injured during the aggression. They rushed to aid her while shouting for help. Among them there was a pharmacist woman who noticed what was happening just at the same time the victim was attacked.

the victim remains hospitalized in the burn unit at the La Paz Hospital in serious condition. She herself could speak in perfect state of consciousness that she was divorcing  an arabic man. After having checked the wounds on her face, it was confirmed at the health center that her prognosis was grave. The attacker was also wounded by the sprinkled acid.

‘Life is such a blessing’: The incredible bravery of Pakistani women who suffered horrific acid attacks in the name of ‘family honour’

Daily Mail

By Associated Press

PUBLISHED: 16:12 GMT, 2 June 2012 | UPDATED: 16:20 GMT, 2 June 2012

After six years of abuse, Allah Rakhi was walking out of her marriage when her husband struck again. Snatching a knife, he sliced off her nose. ‘You’re no longer beautiful!’ he shouted.

He then slashed at her foot – brutal punishment for leaving the house without his permission.

‘A woman is only a woman inside the home, outside she’s a whore!’ he yelled at Rakhi as she lay bleeding on the dusty street just outside her home.

That was 32 years ago.



Years of abuse: Pakistani Allah Rakhi, 51, whose husband sliced off her nose and slashed her right foot with a razor in 1980, when she was 19. After marrying at 13, Rakhi suffered six years of abuse at the hands of her husband, right, she holds a photo of them before the attack

asdfSurvivor: Acid attack survivor, Shamma Maqsood, 24, holds a picture of herself before the vicious assault. Shamma was attacked by her husband on March 20, 2012, following an argument about him being jobless

All that time, Rakhi hid her disfigured face under a veil. Then in March, a surgeon took up her case. He cut flesh from her ribs and fashioned it into a new nose, transforming her life.

While the details of every case of violence against Pakistani woman differ, many are based on a concept of ‘family honor.’

Women can be targeted for suspicion of an affair, wishing to divorce or dressing inappropriately. Hundreds women are murdered each year because of mere suspicions.

asdfVictim: Pakistani acid attack survivor, Naila Farhat, 22, was attacked in 2003 by her teacher’s friend, after her parents refused his marriage proposal. She holds a photo of herself before the attack


asdfAcid attack survivor: Naziran Bibi, 25, shows a picture of herself before the attack, at the Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF), in Islamabad, Pakistan. Naziran, who was treated badly by her second husband and his first wife, was attacked in 2008, by an unknown person while she was sleeping


asdfComing together: Rakhi, 51, fourth left, stands with acid attack survivors, outside Benazir Bhutto hospital in Rawalpindi, Pakistan

The nose is considered the symbol of family honor in Pakistan – explaining why a woman’s nose is often the target of spousal abuse. A popular plea from parents to children is ‘Please take care of our nose,’ which means, ‘don’t do anything that tarnishes the reputation of the family.’

Rooted in tribal ideas that a woman’s chastity is the property of the man, honor killings are practiced in much of the Arab world and South Asia. They have also been carried out by immigrants from those regions to the West.

Pakistani courts have a history of letting off offenders or giving them only light punishment, assuming the cases get to trial at all.