The religion of love and peace is at it again. Muslim parents repeatedly show a complete callous evil only seen in third degree murderers, with no qualms to murdering their own children. If a human being cannot even love and respect their own children, will they respect your children? Muslims repeatedly show that they have no love in their hearts. Islam creates a demonic people.
Many Muslims feel pride that they ‘love’ (obsess) the Koran more than they love their own children or their families. It’s a merit to have this kind of distorted ‘love’. Cheap pages with printed text is worth more than human beings. A book, which has been repeatedly disputed to be questionable from lack of historic evidence is given more credence than the life of little Yaseen Ali, aged 7, who was beaten and burnt by his own mother. He lived with beatings on a daily basis and was so used to them he did not even react or say anything when he was beaten. Finally his body just gave up. That is the effect of indoctrination being brought into Europe like a bad disease. Islam is the real Ebola. Deport Muslims.
Mother ‘beat son, 7, to death then set fire to his body’ because he struggled to learn the Koran off by heart
Sara Ege, 32, is accused of beating her son Yaseen to death because he was struggling with his Islamic studies, then setting fire to his body
The boy’s death was treated as an accident until a post-mortem examination revealed Yaseen died before the blaze broke out at the family home in Cardiff
Cardiff Crown Court was told Ege beat Yaseen with a stick and a hammer and locked him in a shed when he failed to recite Koran passages
The 32-year-old denies murdering her son and burning his body to destroy the evidence
PUBLISHED: 18:07, 1 November 2012 |
A mother brutally beat her seven-year-old son to death with a stick then set his body on fire because he was struggling to commit passages from the Koran to memory, a court was told.
Sara Ege, 32, is alleged to have beaten Yaseen Ali ‘like a dog’ for failing to recite passages from the religious text, before burning his body at the family home in Cardiff to try and cover up what she had done.
The youngster’s death was initially believed to be a tragic accident following the blaze at the house in Pontcanna, until a post-mortem examination revealed Yaseen had died before the fire broke out, Cardiff Crown Court heard.
Ege is also accused of abusing her son in the months leading up to his death, allegedly beating him with a hammer and locking him in a shed for falling behind with his Islamic studies.
The trial at Cardiff Crown Court heard how the university graduate and her husband Yousuf Ege had enrolled Yaseen in advanced classes at their local mosque and hoped he would become Hafiz – an Islamic term for someone who has memorised the Koran.
In a video recording of her interview with police Ege told officers she had set her seven-year-old the target of memorising 35 pages in three months.
But the court was told fun-loving Yaseen preferred to play with his friends and fell behind with his learning.
Funeral: Cardiff Crown Court has heard Ege grew increasingly frustrated with her seven-year-old son for failing to learn passages from the Koran
‘I was getting more and more frustrated,’ Ege said in the interview.
‘If he didn’t read it properly I would be very angry – I would hit him.
‘But Yaseen wasn’t very good – after a year of practice he had only learned a chapter.”
She went on: ‘I was getting all this bad stuff in my head, like I couldn’t concentrate, I was getting angry too much, I would shout at Yaseen all the time.
‘I was getting very wild – I use to beat him with a stick.’
The court was told how Ege hit Yaseen with a hammer, a rolling pin and a slipper as well as repeatedly punching him.
She would also allegedly lock him in the shed, tie him to a door, and force him to do push ups.
The court heard that in the months after Yaseen’s death Ege told a doctor she had been told to kill her son by Shaitan – an Islamic name for the devil – and that she felt 100 per cent better after he died.
Notes kept by her GP record her as saying: ‘It is like something has been released. For three or four months I have not been normal.’
Police and firefighters were called to the family’s home in Pontcanna, Cardiff, in July 2010 after a blaze ripped through the top floor.
Little Yaseen was pulled from the blaze and fire fighter Rhodri Morgan told the court how he’d given him CPR believing he could save his life.
He said: ‘I was performing compressions on his chest, but I kept having to take my hand away because his skin was so hot.
‘While I was doing this bits of skin and fat were flaking off his legs – it was like when a piece of newspaper burns and curls.’
Barbecue lighter fuel was found on her Ege’s clothing when she was arrested after a post mortem examination revealed Yaseen was dead before the fire broke out.
She denies murdering Yaseen and burning his body to hide what she had done.
Her husband denies causing or allowing the death of a child by not stopping his wife’s beatings.
Yaseen’s father, who would drive the seven-year-old to mosque for his Koran practice before and after school, has said he never saw his wife raise a hand against their child.
The trial continues.