Muslim Parliamentarian to Female Reporter: Maybe I Should Give You to an Afghan Man to Take Your Nose Off


Yes, of course, there is always that option under the sharia. Here’s the thing: he means it.

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Nazir Ahmad Hanafi, a prominent Afghan legislator,  opposes women’s rights legislation in the Afghan Parliament, claiming it contradicts Islamic values. “The EVAW law will destroy Afghan families and our way of life,” he told Yeung in an interview.

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When Yeung asked him about rape, he said there are two different kinds: “There is a kind of rape you have and another kind we have in Islam.”

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He then proceeded to interrupt Yeung, abruptly ending the interview with one final thought: “Maybe I should give you to an Afghan man to take your nose off.”

Hanafi’s grisly suggestion of facial mutilation reflected a tragic reality for 20-year-old Reza Gul, whose husband of six years chopped her nose off in January for running away, another so-called moral crime. Last year, a 27-year-old Afghan woman named Farkhunda was falsely accused of burning a Quran and subsequently killed by a mob in a savage public execution….. here.

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Afghan parliamentarian to female reporter: Maybe I should give you to an Afghan man to take your nose off,” Rawa, April 10 2016 (thanks to Christian):
Hanafi harshly asks the reporter to stop and continues to his remarks saying ‘Maybe I should give you to an Afghan man to take your nose off’
Afghan parliamentarian, Qazi Nazir Hanafi, who was pressed to define rape in Islam by a female reporter said to her: “Maybe I should give you to an Afghan man to take your nose off.”

A video purportedly showing parts of an interview with the Afghan MP and Cleric Qazi Nazir Ahmad Hanafi has put him under fire as the video has rapidly gone viral on the internet.

The video shows a female foreign reporter asking questions from Qazi Hanafi regarding violence against women.

The reporter apparently faces a harsh response from Hanafi as she asks ‘What if a husband rapes his wife? Is that domestic abuse? Should the man be punished or should the woman be punished?’

In response, Hanafi asks the reporter to clarify rape and the reporter responds saying ‘If he forces sex upon his wife’.

The remarks apparently infuriates Hanafi as he responds saying ‘There is a kind of rape you have and another kind we have in Islam.”

Hanafi harshly asks the reporter to stop and continues to his remarks saying ‘Maybe I should give you to an Afghan man to take your nose off’.

However, Hanafi has rejected that he has harshly behaved with the reporter and told Radio Free Europe in an interview that the video could have been manipulated.

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