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HEY CNN: Religion Of Peace BEHEADS Woman For Shopping … Is This NEWS?

Is it still a ‘phobia’ when they do crap like this? Ask your Feminist aunt!

The Taliban (remember them?) killed a woman for entering a city without her husband.

Provincial Governor spokesman Zabiullah Amani told the Nation that the 30-year-old woman was targeted because she went out alone without her husband, who is in Iran.

The Middle East Press reported the woman had gone to the market to shop.

Under Taliban rule women are prohibited from leaving their homes unless accompanied by a close male relative.
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They are also banned from working or education and are forced to wear the burqa. — DailyMail

Earlier this month five female Afghan guards working in the airport in southern Kandahar were killed by unknown gunmen as they were on their way to work, the latest in a string of attacks against women in Afghanistan.

From bomb attacks to targeted or honour killings or domestic abuses, Afghan women have borne the brunt of the 15 years of conflicts during the Taliban-led insurgency as security has deteriorated and violence has increased in most parts of the country.

Samim Khpulwak, spokesman for the governor of Kandahar, said the five women were in charge of searching female travelers at the Kandahar airport, and had been hired by a private security company.

‘Two gunmen on motorbike followed their van and opened fire on them, killing the five and their driver this morning, said Samim. –DailyMail

It would be really nice if those same people who lost their minds over ‘grab them by the pussy’ cared about women were being actually, you know, KILLED.

Otherwise, it looks like women are just a pawn in the Left’s game of desperately holding on to political power.

Actually, that’s exactly what they are.

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