An Irishman who befriended a Muslim fundamentalist and began experimenting with Islam is on trial for beheading his mother, chopping her into pieces, and burying her in the back yard. Though the accused is said to have only shown interest in Islam, accounts of what happened smacks of an ‘honor’ killing.
A MAN accused of beheading his mum and burying her in a shallow grave told a pal “I might be evil” a murder trial heard today.
James Dunleavy, 40, had been showing a keen interest in Islam, after also experimenting with Buddhism and New Age beliefs.
He told a pal that he had been hearing voices in his head and that the Koran would not protect him.
Shop manager Mohammed Razaq – who used Dunleavy’s bedroom to pray when he could not get to his local mosque – told the High Court in Edinburgh of their conversations – just weeks before the dismembered remains of Dunleavy’s mother were found in a secluded woodland clearing.
Mr Razaq, 40, said there was a bond between them “like brothers” and he had a set of keys for Dunleavy’s flat, which was above in shop in Edinburgh’s Balgreen Road.
If Razaq is a Muslim fundamentalist, he certainly understands the concept of honor killings. Here is a an account of Razaq’s testimony from the Independent:
Mr Razaq witnessed a conversation when Dunleavy was angry and agitated because his mum had split with his dad and moved in with another man.
Dunleavy claimed she had been “brainwashed” by a group of women he called “the witches”.
“I was concerned I had left them in a state of not being friends,” said Mr Razaq.
When is the last time you saw a Christian fundamentalist behead his mother? One of the reasons that sort of thing doesn’t happen is that Christians are taught to revere women. One such woman carried Jesus in her womb and was deemed to be blessed in Luke 1:28:
28 And the angel came in unto her, and said, Hail, thou that art highly favoured, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women.
This is quite different from how evil – manifest in the antichrist – regards women, as seen in Daniel 11:37:
37 Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all.
In Islam, such a despicable act occurs with a regularity westerners refuse to admit.