It is rather astounding that hyperdhimmi England moved on this case, as “Islamophobic” as it would be to take any official notice of the risk to this child. But Muslims are responsible for 91 percent of honor killings worldwide, and that is no accident, since Islamic law stipulates no penalty for a parent who kills his child. Apparently sometimes even dhimmi officials can’t ignore that. But no worries, mate: the adopting couple is, of course, Muslim as well. Placing the child in any other setting would have overloaded the British officials’ “Islamophobia” meter.
“Muslim baby was at risk of ‘honour killing,'” from Reuters, December 20 (thanks to Maxwell):
LONDON (Reuters) – A baby at risk of becoming the victim of an “honour killing” because she was born as the result of her unmarried Muslim mother’s secret affair must be adopted to keep her safe, the Court of Appeal ruled on Wednesday.
Three senior judges rejected a bid by the one-year-old girl’s natural father to have her live with him and his wife.
The child’s natural mother is in favour of adoption so that her own family will not find out about the birth.
Lord Justice Munby, Lady Justice Black and Lord Justice Kitchin said in a joint judgment the case involved “exceptionally difficult adoption proceedings,” the Press Association reported.
The judges imposed unusually wide reporting restrictions banning the publication of all names and locations linked to the case because of the continuing dangers faced by mother and child.
The appeal court rejected an appeal by the father “F” against a decision last July refusing him a residence order allowing the baby to live with him.
The judge ordered that “baby Q” should be adopted by a couple, also Muslim, from the same country as the mother, but from a different community.
She found there would be “a very significant risk of two and two being put together” if the child went to the father because Q was quite obviously not the child of his wife, who had a child of her own.
If the child’s maternal grandfather found out about the affair “it would be a matter of intense almost unimaginable shame to him and his family,” said the judge.
The appeal court said on Wednesday: “It was plainly the judge’s view that this might provoke action to preserve the family’s honour.”…