Finding that Aqsa Parvez, the victim of an honor killing in Canada, was buried in an unmarked grave, Pamela Geller wanted to give her a fitting memorial — both for Aqsa’s sake and as a stand against the dehumanization that is intrinsic to honor killing. I was proud to join in this effort, and now part of that effort has come to fruition: “A Grove of Trees Has Been Planted in Israel In Loving Memory of Aqsa Parvez and All Victims of Honor Killings Worldwide.”
Pamela notes: “The memorials in Pelham and Jerusalem are the first indication that in the Free World we are not going to stand by silently while the Islamic world brutalizes women and treats them as worthless trash. They are two small steps toward widespread resistance against honor killing in the West and elsewhere.”
Read all the details over at Atlas Shrugs.