France, welcome to your future. At least at this point there are still protests. Eurabia update from The Telegraph, with thanks to P.E.:
The family and friends of an 18-year-old girl, doused with petrol and set alight in broad daylight by the man she refused to marry, led a silent march through a Parisian suburb yesterday.
Chahrazad Belayni is currently fighting for her life in intensive care after suffering severe burns on 60 per cent of her body. She is being kept in an artificial coma.
On the morning of Nov 13, the Moroccan teenager was attacked while walking near her home in Neuilly-sur-Marne in the north eastern Seine-Saint-Denis suburb.
She knew her assailant. He was a former workmate of Pakistani origin who was angry about her refusal to marry him. The man and a suspected accomplice are on the run.
“This man asked her to marry him three times. He didn’t understand her refusals and wouldn’t leave her alone,” said Sonia, a classmate. “Chahrazad was a beautiful young girl, very soignÃ©e and coquettish. He hurt her more than most by physically damaging her.”
Several hundred people marched to the town hall yesterday behind a smiling portrait of Chahrazad and a banner calling for “justice, liberty, respect”.
“We are here to denounce this horrible act,” said the girl’s brother, Abdelaziz, who criticised the lack of public outcry following the attack.
“We are here, not to call for revenge but that justice is done. We are here to denounce all violence against women: women must be able to say No or Yes.”