Gruesome! NY Times Story of 27-Year Old Aspiring Student Torn Apart Over Something She Didn’t Do

Gruesome! NY Times Story of 27-Year Old Aspiring Student Torn Apart Over Something She Didn’t Do

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@Sara Noble

The 27-year old aspiring student, Farkhunda, tried to escape the mob after she was falsely accused of burning a Quran in a Muslim shrine. Two Afghan police officers made one attempt to save her and pulled her onto the roof of a low shed, above the crowd.

The angry men below pocked at her with ples and planks until she lost her grip and fell. Bloodied, she struggled to stand, holding her hands to her hair, horrified as they yanked off her hijab.

The kicked, stomped, hit her with sticks, and burned her petite frame. It reportedly went on for hours before she succumbed.

The killers posted clips on social media of her body, literally torn apart. She suffered and no one cared enough to stop it. Some watched and filmed the event. No one intervened, including the police[…]

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  • kookooracharabioso

    We are the same. Only in our civilized version we destroy people’s careers and lives with hearsay. Sadly the results often make death preferable for the targets. Christians who have immigrated to the US from nations where they are at risk of receiving the same treatment as Farkhunda at any moment with no warning have discussed this and concluded that the physical persecution is preferable to the social persecution that is common here in the US.

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