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Former chief crown prosecutor connects domestic abuse with jihad terror

Former chief crown prosecutor connects domestic abuse with jihad terror

MAY 27, 2019 9:00 AM BY MARC15 COMMENTS

“Men with histories of domestic violence should be monitored in the fight against terrorism”, leading lawyer, Nazir Afzal, has said.

Qur’an 4:34 states: “Men have authority over women because Allah has made the one superior to the other, and because they spend their wealth to maintain them. Good women are obedient. They guard their unseen parts because Allah has guarded them. As for those from whom you fear disobedience, admonish them and send them to beds apart and beat them.”

Qur’an 8:12 says: “I am with you, so strengthen those who have believed. I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieved, so strike [them] upon the necks and strike from them every fingertip.”

Is this what we’ve come to? the evidence is right there, but we tiptoe around it.

Sadly there are wife beaters in every culture, but there is only one belief that not only allows it, but advises it. And the same with jihad terror.

The Daily Mail, well known for sharing half truths, in this piece does not mention the connection with Islam or jihad, but does share the 2 examples: Khalid Masood and Abedi.

From all appearances,  Nazir Afzal may be one of the good guys having constantly called out the “Asian” child sex slavery gangs. I expect his hands are well tied in what he can say.

“Men with histories of sexual violence are ‘more likely to be terrorists’ so police should monitor them, top lawyer claims”, by Izzy Ferris, The Daily Mail,May 26, 2019:

Men with histories of domestic violence should be monitored in the fight against terrorism, a leading lawyer has said.

Nazir Afzal, a former chief crown prosecutor, said that violent behavior towards women and girls was a ‘significant factor’ in whether or not someone was likely to develop extremist views.

He said he feared ‘radicalisers look for men’ who display such behaviour. Mr Afzal added that police needed to understand that ‘if you tackle violence against women and girls you can tackle all the other problems’.

Addressing an audience at Hay Festival on Friday, Mr Afzal said that monitoring those guilty of domestic abuse could help security services narrow down the list of high-risk terror suspects to monitor.

He explained: ‘There are something like 25,000 people who are on the radar of the security services and police in this country.

‘We don’t have the resources any more. You have no idea what it takes to follow one person. But if we look for the signs, and one of them is their attitudes towards women… we will be in a much better place.’

Mr Afzal, who is currently an adviser to the Welsh government on violence against women, added: ‘The question I ask is: Why has it not been on the radar of policing, the state or the authorities? Why is this state finding it so difficult to appreciate a misogynistic background of so many of these people?’

The Westminster Bridge, Manchester Arena, London Bridge and Finsbury Park attacks were all carried out by men with a history of domestic abuse.

Westminster Bridge attacker, Khalid Masood had a long criminal record with the mother of his two eldest children leaving him following ‘ongoing domestic abuse’. His second wife described him as ‘controlling and angry’ at the inquest into his victims.

Manchester bomber Salman Abedi also had a history of misogyny and violence against women.

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