Tuesday, February 17th, 2009 | Author:

Muslim Mo Hassan founded Bridges TV near Buffalo in 2004 to foster “understanding between cultures and diverse populations.” His wife, Aasiya Hassan, 37, general manager of the station, recently filed for divorce and had obtained an order of protection against him.

Apparently this didn’t set well with him, and in an effort to foster understanding, he chopped off her head.

Perhaps his culture needs to understand ours, instead of the reverse. And perhaps abused women should be encouraged to get a gun instead of a worthless order of protection.

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3 Responses
  1. threecollie says:

    If she got a gun and kept it under her bed the press would have had a feeding frenzy. Thanks for posting this. I don’t know how you find these stories, but I learn something every day.

  2. Jim Wetzel says:

    You’re right … there are protective orders, and then there are protective orders, and I think the very best kind of protective order is one that comes in 12-gauge, full choke barrel, pump action, and dispensing double-aught buck. And the woman should hold at the hip when serving the protective order; there’s no need for her to risk bruising up her shoulder from the recoil.

  3. akaGaGa says:

    3C – The press would only feed if she was silly enough to tell them about it.

    Jim – I personally know several horror stories about women who have relied on court orders to keep them safe. Some of them even lived to tell about it.