“Defendant asked [his wife] to cook goat and [his wife] said she made something else,” the court papers indicated as Hussain’s murder trial opened on Wednesday.Last night, when I read the Insta tweet referencing this story, I made a flippant gun connection response, believing, reassured somehow, that this tragic event had occurred thousands of miles away, in some far flung Islamic country, somewhere half way around the world. England, the closest among them.
“He comes from a culture where he thinks this is appropriate conduct, where he can hit his wife,” Clark said in her opening statements at the Brooklyn Supreme Court bench trial. “He culturally believed he had the right to hit his wife and discipline his wife.”
Prosecutors, however, said Hussain meant for his wife to die.
“His intentions were to kill his wife,” Assistant District Attorney Sabeeha Madni said in court. “This was not a man who was trying to discipline his wife.”
Little did I imagine that tragic place to be the borough of Brooklyn, New York City, home of our beloved Trooper York, where a man would kill his wife for making him "lentils for dinner, instead of the hearty meal of goat meat that he craved", to quote the story.
Even though Intapundit does clearly say on his post "AMERICA".
It wasn't until this morning when I went back to Instapundit, to check if I had missed something worth posting (re-posting) here, that I saw how much attention, via the overnight comments, the alleged uxoricide caused. I finally clicked on the Insta link that took me to the NY Post, instead of Al Jazeera or Islam Online, as I had somehow imagined.
It's coming, Sharia law is coming.