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NEW YORK (CNN) — The founder of an Islamic television station in upstate New York aimed at countering Muslim stereotypes has confessed to beheading his wife, authorities said.
He launched Bridges TV, billed as the first English-language cable channel targeting Muslims inside the United States, in 2004. At the time, Hassan said he hoped the network would balance negative portrayals of Muslims following the attacks of September 11, 2001.
(NOTE: Muzzammil — I think you might have done more to progress the views of Muslim stereotypes and negative portrayals by cutting your wife’s head off than anything you ever accomplished with your TV station)
Now…back to Ms. McEwan, who doesn’t think the fact that Hassan (hey, did you notice how much that almost sounds like Hussein…which happens to be the middle name of our current POTUS. Not that I’m trying to draw a relationship, I was just pointing it out) is Muslim has anything to do with him cutting his wife’s head off.
Because, you know, it’s just not the sort of thing Muslims are known to do.
So who/what does Ms. McEwan blame for the beheading death of Aasiya Hassan?
The real culprit is undeserved male privilege and the resulting second-class personhood of women.
Uh-huh. Step away from the crazy, Melissa. Step away from the crazy.
Typical idiot Liberal blathering — let’s not blame the guy who actually cut his wife’s head off. Let’s find some other evil “system” to blame. It’s the Liberal mantra — everybody is a victim.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’m going to head outside and see if I can find where I left my “undeserved male privilege”. I can’t seem to find it anywhere.
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