Thursday, December 08, 2005

Muslim Woman Killer

Marc Lepine

Loner, champion misogynist and Canada's highest-count spree killer.

Marc Lepine's father Liess Gharbi was an Algerian immigrant, a Muslim who taught his boy how to hate women. Not that he particularly cared about his son, whom he considered little more than a nuisance. People were generally shocked how Liess behaved towards his wife and children -- not only the wife beatings, but also little things such as locking Marc and his sister in their bedroom (complete with portapotty), in the name of preserving "peace and quiet" of the household. It's those little things that count.

http://www.rotten.com/library/bio/crime/spree-killers/marc-lepine/

Submitted by aza, November 07, 2005 at 07:34

as a muslim,the events of the last two decades have come as no surprise. and what will follow will be no surprise either... its exciting to see the world unravel as it has which reinforces my faith.stop getting so caught up in insignificance. theo van gogh did an action that caused a reaction!!!! simple physics...

i'll give u a hint as to what the future holds for mankind. a lot of calamity, disease,war and a lot of death,s o quit wasting time and choose your side. an islamic victory is imminent!!!!

http://www.danielpipes.org/comments/27877

We are all guilty!
from The National Post, December 12th 2002
I loathe the annual commemorations of the Montreal Massacre. I especially dislike the way it's become a state occasion, with lowered flags, like Remembrance Day. But, in this case, whatever honour we do the dead, we spend as much time dishonouring the living -- or at least the roughly 50% of Canadians who happen to be male: For women's groups, the Montreal Massacre is an atrocity that taints all men, and for which all men must acknowledge their guilt. Marc Lepine symbolizes the murderous misogyny that lurks within us all.

M. Lepine was born Gamil Gharbi, the son of an Algerian Muslim wife-beater, whose brutalized spouse told the court at their divorce hearing that her husband "had a total disdain for women and believed they were intended only to serve men." At 18, young Gamil took his mother's maiden name. The Gazette in Montreal mentioned this in its immediate reports of the massacre. The name "Gamil Gharbi" has not sullied its pages in the 12 years since.
http://www.steynonline.com/pageprint.cfm?edit_id=29


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