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Aasiya Zubair Case Follow Up

On February 12, 2009, Bridges TV's CEO and co-owner, Muzzammil Hussain, murdered his wife and co-owner of Bridgess TV, Aasiya Zubair.

Fred O. Williams and Gene Warner, two reporters of Buffalo News, reported:

“Friends expressed shock on Friday that the founder of a Muslim TV channel — which he launched in order to counter violent images of Muslims — has been arrested in his wife’s brutal slaying.

Detectives have charged Muzzammil Hassan, 44, with second-degree murder after his wife was found beheaded Thursday at the offices of the cable channel, Bridges TV, in the Village of Orchard Park.

The victim was identified as Aasiya Z. Hassan, 37.”

Since then, Buffalo News has been following this case, and so are we.  Click to visit our page dedicated to this case.

Abdifatah Case Follow Up

Abdifatah MohamudAbdifatah Mohamud was a smart, handsome 10 year-old Muslim-American boy with a winning smile who was brutally beaten to death by his stepfather. He himself called 911 for help from his stepfather numerous times, and had run away for help from a neighbor. The brutality of the killing was such that it shocked even veteran police and forensic professionals. His stepfather was found guilty and sentenced to 25 years to life. Click to visit our page dedicated to this case.

Khalil Wimes Follow Up

Khalil Wimes Khalil Wimes was a six year old boy who died on March 19th, 2012 from horrific abuse and neglect over the course of many years at the hands of his birth parents. He had been given to his cousin's care when he was one week old, where he thrived under her love. Then, for reasons nobody understands, he was returned to his birth family—a couple who had already had seven children removed from their care.

DCS monitored him for one year, and according to Khalil's older sisters, the abuse started right after they stopped monitoring him. In the end, it took the medical examiner over an hour to describe all of the scars and injuries that poor Khalil endured. He weighed just 29 pounds—basically the weight of a two year old. He had a Muslim burial—attended by his loving foster mother, Alicia Nixon, and his grandmother, LaReine Nixon.
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Yaseen Ege Yaseen Ege Follow Up

Yaseen Ege was a 7 year old British boy who was beaten to death by his mother for not learning Qur'an fast enough. She was senenced to 17 years in prison.

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Aiya Altameemi Case Follow Up

Aiya Altameemi is a 19 year old Iraqi-American girl whose parents beat her and locked her up for talking to a boy and refusing an arranged marriage. Her mother, father, and younger sister were all given two years probation for the crime. Click to visit our page dedicated to this case.
Aiya Altameemi

Nazish Noorani Follow Up

Nazish Noorani It was Ramadan in August, 2011, and Nazish Noorani was out for a stroll with her husband and three year old son in Boonton, NJ. Five shots rang out and the young mother was dead. 

Her husband had arranged to have his girlfriend murder his wife. He had tried to kill her via black magic and had hoped to encourage her to commit suicide. When that didn't work, he arranged her murder. 

Nazish's sister, Lubna Choudhry said of Nazish's two children soon after her murder, "They keep expecting their mother to come back,' Choudhry said, adding that the 3-year-old who witnessed the shooting from his stroller said that his mother 'went to buy diapers and she is coming back.'" 

You can read an article written by Lubna about life without her beloved sister by clicking here.

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Shaima Alawadi Follow Up

Shaima Alawadi Shaima Alawadi's murder was originally believed to be a hate crime and garnered national attention as it was right after the murder of Trayvon Martin.

Further investigation revealed that sadly it was a case of domestic violence homicide. She was a young teenaged bride, and she and her husband had left Iraq for America in the early 1990s. They had five children and settled in El Cajon, California.

Her eldest daughter, Fatima, found her mother brutally bludgeoned on the morning of March 21, 2012. The family removed Shaima from life support a few days later on March 24, 2012. Shaima was only 32 years old when she died.

A lengthy investigation led to her husband, Kassim Alhimdi, eventually being charged with her murder. He was convicted of her murder in April, 2014.

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