Friday, 1 February 2013
Young woman scarred for life and almost blinded in random acid attack on London street

From the London Evening Standard

A young woman was facially disfigured and almost lost her eyesight in a horrific unprovoked acid attack on the streets of London.

Naomi Oni, 20, was on her way home from work when an unknown attacker dressed in a niqab threw a chemical substance at her leaving the retail assistant with severe burns on her head, neck, arms, legs and body.

These shocking images have now been released by Ms Oni in an appeal for help to catch the attacker whose identity was concealed behind the Muslim women’s dress which completely covers the face apart from the eyes.

Ms Oni, who is employed by Victoria’s Secret at the Westfield Stratford shopping centre, was five minutes from home in Dagenham, east London when she was attacked on December 30.

The 20-year-old was only released from Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford last weekend after spending almost a month receiving skin grafts and specialist treatment in the hospital’s burns unit. (As an aside older British readers may remember the world famous Billericay Burns Unit. This is now at Broomfield hospital and they are still excellent!)

Ms Oni, who is sole carer for her disabled mother Marian Yalekhue, 52, has decided to speak out after police failed to establish any motive behind the attack or identify a suspect.

The store assistant had just got off the bus and was talking to her boyfriend Ato Owede, 23, on her phone when she felt someone walking behind her in Lodge Avenue in Dagenham at around 12.40am. She said:“I’d been working a late shift and was talking to my boyfriend about what we were going to do for New Year when I saw this Muslim woman wearing a niqab covering her face. I thought it was a bit strange at that time of night, but she didn’t say anything and I kept on walking.

“Then I felt a splash on my face. It burned and I screamed out. I started running and screaming, holding my face, all the way home. I didn’t look back. I got home and I was screaming and banging on the door. I was hysterical. Luckily my godmother, who is a pharmacist, was at home with my mum and she helped me and kept dipping my face in water and trying to calm me down until the police and ambulance got there. I was in shock. Saying: ‘Who would do that? Who would do that?’ How could anyone do this?”

A Scotland Yard spokesman said acid attacks were “extremely rare” and that detectives were keeping an “open mind as to the motive.”

Officers from Barking and Dagenham are investigating. No arrests have been made and inquiries are ongoing.

This happened not so very far away from the home of Sunny Islam who was sentenced to life imprisonment last year for raping 4 local women as a punishment for their daring to venture out at night. He is behind bars but I don't believe that he is unique in his views. And there are precedents for Muslim men borrowing a niqab for committing a crime.

Posted on 02/01/2013 11:36 AM by Esmerelda Weatherwax
1 Feb 2013
CHristina McIntosh

 "Who would do that?

Muslims would.  Muslims do.

The police are keeping an 'open mind as to the motive'.

Not hard to figure it out, surely.

She was, to judge from her name, black and a Christian, she was out alone without a Muslim male owner (making her Lawful Prey) and she was probably decently dressed in non-Muslim female clothing.  All those things made her Lawful Prey in the eyes of any pious Mohammedan - whether male or female - who has appointed themselves one of what Nonie Darwish calls 'allah's Enforcers', claiming the right to forbid what Islam calls wrong and command what Islam calls right (one must remember, too, that most of what Islam calls 'wrong' and 'right' have no relationship to what all other humans on the planet define as either good or evil; indeed, many things that Islam commands and admires are EVIL in the sight of other humans, and much that Islam calls 'wrong' - pet dogs, wine, visible head hair and visible faces on women, women walking by themselves in the street, church bells, music, representational art - is regarded by others as either neutral, or good).

I think I shall quote from Australian journalist Geraldine Brooks' 1994 book 'Nine Parts of Desire' which though fairly 'soft' in some respects, still taught me a lot about the extent of the oppression of women within the Islamosphere.  Chapter 8, 'the getting of wisdom', about education, describes a visit she paid to the Islamic University of Gaza (she had to don a jalabiya to do so, her scarf and loose-fitting long-sleeved ankle-length dress were not considered Islamically-compliant enough).

She is in the women's cafeteria, talking to her guide/ minder:

Geraldine observes that 'driving from the huge military roadblock that divides the Gaza Strip from Israel, I hadn't seen a single unveiled woman'.

"There is no coercion", said Majida.  I gazed down at my dowdy serge sack.  "Of course, we can impose it here, inside the university.  But outside we don't impose it. [No, the other Mohammedthugs did that on behalf of the likes of Majida, outside. - CM]  The relationship is with God [sic: allah - CM] and each woman can decide for herself. (Yes: she can decide to be pelted with mud, dung, rocks, perhaps acid, maybe even bashed up, raped or murdered by swivel-eyed mohammedthugs; or she can wear the Slave Rag - CM].   

"I sipped my Coke and said nothing.

"I had been in the emergency room of a Gaza hospital when a young Palestinian [sic - Arab Chrisitan- CM] nurse came in, shaking, her uniform covered with brown stains.

"'It was the boys in the market", she said. (That is: the Arab Muslim boys - CM).  "They told me to cover my head.  I told them I was Christian, but they said it didn't matter.  They said, 'The Virgin Mary covered her head, so why not you?'  (I have heard this nonsensical 'argument' from Mohammedans at internet forums, since forever.  It's BS. - CM).  They threw rotten fruit at me, and told me next time it would be acid".  END QUOTE.

As on the streets of Gaza City in the early 1990s, now on... the streets of London.

Of LONDON!!!!  This is it.  This is beyond tolerating.  This sort of sh*t simply DID NOT HAPPEN until Mohammedans were allowed into the UK.

If this masked mohammedthug - male or female - who threw acid in the face of Naomi Oni can be caught, then that thug should be stripped of British citizenship, if s/he possesses it, and returned to the Islamic country of their origin. With their whole family.  And, preferably, with the imam of the mosque s/he attends.

If the thug can't be caught, then 'sting' operations should be mounted until it is caught...or others like it.

And maybe several hundred thousand Infidel women, all decently (by infidel standards) and unislamically dressed, with a similar number of men, and bringing along every dog they possess, for good measure, since pet dogs too were anathema to Mohammed the Mad, could conduct a Reclaim Our Streets march - a Say No To Sharia march - in solidarity with Naomi Oni.  Hold up banners: "We Are All Naomi Oni".  "We Will Not Submit".  "We Say No To The Slave Rag".

2 Feb 2013
Send an emailSue R

When I read this story and saw the photos in the paper last night, i was so angry.  This poor girl (who is black) has had her life destroyed.  The craven BBC merely talks about 'a masked attacker'.   An injury to one, is an injury to all.

2 Feb 2013

The attacker may not be female.  Hiding inside the muslim modesty sack is a fairly well known tactic.

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