Beaten to Death With a Hammer, Robbed and Her Body Thrown Into a River

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(like usual this will be offensive to most) these types of liberal openminded female artists will always end up dead — Noah David Simon (@CriticalAnalyst) September 9, 2015
: Muslim kills Female Artist with hammer, robs her, throws her into a river.…by, Ralph Ellis, Ed Payne, Sugam Pokharel and Ashley Fantz | CNN

Dahlia Yehia was an artist, a teacher and a searcher, describing herself like this on her blog, The Tea Devourer: “I still haven’t found what I’m looking for, and that’s how I want it to be for a while.”
A few months ago she traveled to Nepal to backpack and help in the aftermath of April’s devastating earthquake.
Yehia, 25, arrived July 20 and kept in touch with home through social media. When she didn’t contact anybody after a WhatsApp message on August 6, her family and friends became worried, according to the “Finding Dahlia” Facebook page her family and friends started to help find her.
Last week, the family received the news they feared from the U.S. Embassy. Yehia was dead.
Kaski District Police Superintendent Hari Bahadur Pal said a man hosting Yehia in his home confessed to beating her to death and dumping her body in a river. The man met Yehia through, a website that connects local hosts with travelers ,Voice of America News reported.
After being arrested on September 4, the suspect, Narayan Paudel, tried to kill himself by jumping out a police station window, police said. Authorities are still searching for Yehia’s body. They haven’t offered a motive yet.

 courtesy of: CNN
‘She was incredibly talented’
Yehia was remembered for her questioning spirit and artistic nature.
“Dahlia was an artist, art was pretty much an extension of her being,” her friend Meghan Moharter said. “She was incredibly talented.”
Yehia attended Kalamazoo College in Michigan and received a bachelor of fine arts in painting, her LinkedIn page says. She studied abroad in Ecuador, the college said in a press release. After graduation, she set out from Michigan for Phoenix, recounting the trip in her blog, where she also posted her artwork.

My friend has been missing since 8/6. Please retweet or follow @finddahlia so we can get her home safe!#FindDahlia

— Katie Li (@KatieLi_Writer) September 2, 2015
“It was a 36-hour drive through snowstorms, mountains and beautiful landscapes. The trip was pretty terrifying — the longest I’d ever driven at one time was six hours, I didn’t know anybody where I was going, and to say that I’m awkward and shy is the understatement of the year but this trip was just what I needed to feel like the last four years of college was good for something — cause God knows the job market wasn’t helping with that.”
She found a house to share with two women in Phoenix through a Craigslist ad, the blog said. LinkedIn says she was employed in Phoenix as a woodworker, youth care worker and K-8 art teacher for about two years.
She next took a job as a youth worker in Boston for a year and taught art at Sci-Tech Preparatory in Austin, Texas, LinkedIn says.
The Facebook page for the school says, “The kids loved having her for their art teacher last year, especially the high school kids who went to the graffiti park downtown on city buses with their backpacks loaded with cans of spray paint!! We are all saddened by the loss of such a special spirit!”

‘We are devastated’
Questions remain about what happened in Nepal, the Himalayan nation devastated by an earthquake that killed at least 8,000 people. The nation is heavily reliant on tourist dollars and is known to be open and friendly to travelers.
Yehia was heading to Pokhara, Nepal’s second largest city.
“She had just left a group of traveling companions to travel on her own to Pokhara,” the Finding Dahlia Facebook page said. “Dahlia kept in regular contact with friends and family for the entirety of her trip up until this point. She had also received treatment for a rash while in Thailand and mentioned that the rash had reappeared on August 6.”
A police report was filed and police checked every hospital in the area. The State Department, U.S. Embassy and aid organizations were contacted.
“We are devastated by this senseless loss of a beautiful life,” the Facebook page says. “For those who haven’t had the joy of spending time with Dahlia, know that she is a giver, lover, and humanitarian, who devoted her life to others less fortunate both domestic and abroad.
“Even though Dahlia was taken from us much too soon, she surely made her mark on the world, and will be remembered lovingly by all of us.”
The post ends with a quote from the Quran: “Indeed we belong to God, and indeed to Him we will return.”

Christopher Ciccone supports Kim Davis

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Madonna and Christopher Ciccone during The 70th Annual Academy Awards –
 Red Carpet at Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California, United States.
(Photo by KMazur/WireImage)
The No Religious Test Clause of the United States Constitution is found in Article VI, paragraph 3, and states that:
 The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States
no federal employee, whether elected or appointed, career or political, can be required to adhere to or accept any religion or belief!(Madonna’s openly gay brother), Christopher Ciccone on Facebook, came to the defense of Kim Davis, the Kentucky county clerk jailed for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples:
“The county clerk in Kentucy deserves about as much support as you would give her if she were a muslim women who insisted on covering her face and refused not only gay marriages licenses, but divorce, accusations of rape and driving a car without ur mans approval…..perspective is everything…..this woman is a civil servant, she is required to follow federal law…..but why should she….when DOJ and other civil authories don’t follow federal law when they choose not to…..i.e. Washington State and Colorado (POT) come to mind…or the abstract notion of “sanctuary cities”…..i always thought that sanctuary was the province of churches…….these things aside….this is why we have elections…..if the folks of this county in Kentucy don’t want her as the county clerk….then don’t have to vote for her…..that is how a democracy works….not to mention the courts….in the mean time…..since when are we the arbiter of other peoples faith?…….can you honestly say that you know how much a person is allowed to have??..if i’m not mistaken, it’s in the constitution…..something about religious freedom or something……selective shaming and bullying corrupts a democracy….freedom of press, speech and religion give it strength. Not to mention reason and the god given compassion we as humans have a right and responsibility to practice. Once again, the gay community feels the need to be sore winners. Is it so difficult to allow this women her religion?…or must we destroy her in order for here to betray her faith. No matter how we judge its truth. The rights we have all fought for, mean nothing, if we deny her hers.”

Watch @dwstweets turn the tears on and off

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(screen grab from Youtube video that was deleted)

Here are the Senate Jewish Democrats in support of the Iranian nuclear deal.

— Michael Bennet
— Barbara Boxer
— Dianne Feinstein
— Al Franken
— Brian Schatz
— Bernie Sanders

35 Senate Democrats (with Senator Booker) have now come out in support of the nuclear deal.
(My sister can turn the tears on and off like that... but my sister is not deciding our fate)
(gateway to disaster) Only 27 percent of Americans believe Congress should approve the deal.

I used to watch Jewish girls do this in summer camp.
Those tears are phony!!!
Look how she can turn it on and off like a light bulb
It didn’t take long for thousands of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s constituents to call for her “immediate resignation for having betrayed the trust of those who voted for her” and for “going against the will of the majority of her constituents.” An August Quinnipiac poll showed Florida voters oppose the pact 61 percent to 25 percent. Just last week, hundreds of protestors gathered outside of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s Aventura, Florida office to urge her to vote against the Iran nuclear agreement. Many of the protesters accused Schultz – who also is the Chair of the Democratic National Committee and an avid advocate for the policies of President Barack Obama – of hedging her bets on the Iran deal for purposes of political expediency while giving a backseat to the existential threat a nuclear Iran poses to Israel. Schultz’s district has the second highest percentage of Jews in the state.

Guardian Columnist Julie Bindel Says Put All Males ‘In Some Kind of Camp’

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I don't think she's talking about Camp Mah-Kee-NacEngland’s most influential radical feminist was asked whether she believes “heterosexuality will survive women’s liberation”:
(SourceIt won’t, not unless men get their act together, have their power taken from them and behave themselves. I mean, I would actually put them all in some kind of camp where they can all drive around in quad bikes, or bicycles, or white vans. I would give them a choice of vehicles to drive around with, give them no porn, they wouldn’t be able to fight – we would have wardens, of course! Women who want to see their sons or male loved ones would be able to go and visit, or take them out like a library book, and then bring them back.

I hope heterosexuality doesn’t survive, actually. I would like to see a truce on heterosexuality. I would like an amnesty on heterosexuality until we have sorted ourselves out. Because under patriarchy it’s sh–.
And I am sick of hearing from individual women that their men are all right. Those men have been shored up by the advantages of patriarchy and they are complacent, they are not stopping other men from being sh–.

I would love to see a women’s liberation that results in women turning away from men and saying: “when you come back as human beings, then we might look again.”