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January 21, 2011 StarTribune

DAVID CHANEN

A Minneapolis police officer was charged with felony assault Friday, accused of hitting his wife in the face with a gun and threatening to kill her.

Mukhtar Abdulkadir, 36, of Andover was quarreling with his wife Wednesday before bedtime, according a criminal complaint filed in Anoka County District Court. The next morning, he threw her on the couch and punched her in the ribs, the complaint said. As she was screaming, he put a pillow over her head, according to the document.

With his 3-year-old child yelling at him to stop, Abdulkadir grabbed a handgun from a closet and hit his wife in the face with the butt end, the charges said. She didn’t seek medical treatment.

She went to her parents’ house. When she returned home, he threatened to kill her, the complaint said. She told police he had been violent with her in the past and had threatened to kill her, the complaint said.

“Anytime there is a domestic assault with aweapon and children are present, it’s an immense public safety concern,” said assistant Anoka County attorney C. Ryan Tennison.

Abdulkadir told police his wife hit herself and she assaulted him. On Friday, she came to the county attorney’s office and recanted her story, saying she lied and wasn’t sure how she was injured, the complaint said. She had visible injuries consistent with her earlier disclosure, the complaint said.

It’s not unusual for an abuse victim to recant, said Tennison. In this case, she had earlier made very specific disclosures that were corroborated, he said. An investigator will follow up with Abdulkadir’s wife on Monday.

Abdulkadir was charged with felony second-degree assault, terroristic threats and domestic assault. The Minneapolis Police Department’s internal affairs unit is investigating.

my response:

NO local government will ever take the initiative to offer special counseling for Muslim women who are battered or who escape murder at the hands of their husbands. Most Muslim wives who report abuse only report it once and most go back to the abusive husband or family because they feel as if they have no place else to go. Many die soon after returning.

“Good women are obedient….As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them.” — Qur’an 4:34

This is clearly a situation where the local churches can do something that government will not do. This is clearly a situation where there is a need and where action will save lives.? BR

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