"All they do is just steal, rob and murder...that's the only thing they were raised to do."Hmm... she reminds me a bit of some other little girls...
"Even the ones that try to fix up with us, they're still devils," she said. "I feel they're devils and they should be gone. We should be away from them and still be in Africa."
Women involved in prostitution in Daytona Beach, Fla., have reportedly armed themselves and are searching for a serial killer behind the slayings of three residents, according to a Local 6 News report. "Rather than run from the man police labeled a serial killer, streetwalkers here in Daytona Beach along Ridgewood Avenue say they are seeking the serial killer out," Local 6 reported Tarik Minor said. "They believe the man responsible for murdering three women here is someone they have come in contact with."
"We will get him first," streetwalker Tonya Richardson said. "Yeah, we are going to get him first. When we find him, he is going to be sorry. It is as simple as that."
Richardson said she and other women are carrying weapons on the streets after Laquetta Gunther, Julie Green and Iwana Patton were found dead in the city.
"I carry a switch blade with me now," Richardson said. "Everyone else does now too."
NEW YORK -- The city's top jail chaplain who gave a speech containing incendiary language like "Zionists of the media" and "terrorists" in the White House won't be fired from his job, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said Tuesday.
The Republican mayor used the opportunity to make a passionate defense of the First Amendment, saying that the "great dangers that we are facing are not people saying things, it is our reaction in this country to when people say something that we don't like."
The mayor's decision to punish rather than fire Abdul-Jalil came after he and senior aides, along with city attorneys and Correction Commissioner Martin Horn, reviewed the law as well as copies of the imam's speech. They also interviewed the imam's colleagues and some of the inmates he counseled.
Joined by those city officials and a group of religious leaders, Bloomberg said the city's investigation found that the imam is a valued member of the jail's chaplain community who preaches a message of tolerance.
Eyad Serraj, the head of the Gaza Community Mental Health Center and an expert in children's health here, says that an abundance of religion is already taught in schools; he learned the Koran from the age of 6. But with a Palestinian pedigree such as hers, he says, Farhat is somewhat unassailable: For a Palestinian to criticize her would be like attacking Mom and apple pie.Yeah, good luck with that.
"She is a symbol because her sons were martyred and martyrs are so glorified here," says Dr. Serraj.
"People are so willing to die for this, and then these people become untouchable and much like a taboo. I think we can bring her down to earth by having her in parliament," he says.