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by Dustin Gardiner
The Arizona RepublicA 20-year-old Peoria woman has died of injuries sustained in what prosecutors are calling an “honor killing.”

Faleh Hassan Almaleki, 48, of Glendale, is accused of running over his daughter, Noor Almaleki, and another woman in his Jeep Cherokee because he was infuriated with his daughter for becoming “too Westernized.”

Noor Almaleki died Monday of injuries she received during the Oct. 20 attack.

Peoria police said charges against Almaleki, who is in a Maricopa County jail on two counts of aggravated assault, will be upgraded, though a spokesman wasn’t sure what the exact charges would be.

Social experts say honor killings are an accepted practice in Iraqi tribal society, where family members feel they must kill a woman who shames them by not adhering to traditional Muslim or Iraqi values.

Family members said Almaleki was outraged after his daughter married a man in Iraq but returned to the Valley to live with a boyfriend and his mother in Surprise. The other victim, 43-year-old Amal Edan Khalaf, is apparently the boyfriend’s mother.

Police said Almaleki fled the country after the attack, driving to Mexico and later taking a plane to London. He was detained by British authorities and extradited to Atlanta last week.

Speaking before a Maricopa County judge over the weekend, state prosecutor Stephanie Low said Almaleki has admitted purposefully running down his daughter.

“By his own admission, this was an intentional act and the reason was that his daughter had brought shame on him and his family,” Low said. “This was an attempt at an honor killing.”

Almaleki did not address the accusations and spoke only to ask the judge about getting a court-appointed attorney.

Low said additional family members are suspected of assisting Almaleki in his escape.

“We can’t be naive and ignore that there’s a cultural aspect to this and there may be people who would support him, including his family, but also others who share his beliefs,” she said.

Citing Almaleki’s earlier flight, Low asked the judge to take special precautions to prevent him from running again. Bail was set at $5 million.

Calls to Almaleki’s family members were not returned Monday.

my response:

In the continuous 48 states there have been more than two dozen known “honor killings” since 1990. About half of the suspects left the US before they could be arrested and questioned.
#1. If a Muslim nation will not agree to extradition of murder suspects in cases like this, then immigration from that country must be stopped.
#2. No government department be it local, state, or federal will ever have the brains or the balls to create what is needed to help American Muslim women escape abuse. This is where the local churches can provide help. Muslim women and girls need support and shelter from specialists trained in the unique set of circumstances that these refugees have to face. They need the support that will keep them from returning to the dangerous environment that nearly killed them.
If the USA becomes known for our ability to stop Islamic brutality then fewer Muslims will want to live here. As long as this is focused on the human rights of the victims of Sharia we can get it done without being slandered by the leftist media. BR

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