One L(ove)

February 18, 2009

Community of Crows

Filed under: Uncategorized — galileehitchhiker @ 4:41 pm


Muzzammil Hassan and his estranged wife Aasiya who was recently murdered.

Muzzammil Hassan and his estranged wife Aasiya who was recently murdered.

Muzzammil Hassan is the CEO of Bridges TV, which is the first Muslim American network. It is aimed at countering stereotypes faced by the Muslim American community. He is now facing a second-degree murder charge for beheading his wife. Sometimes, when I hear ironically bizarre stories such as this, I think the world offers a punchline that I don’t seem to understand. Or the world presents itself as a branch full of crows and tells you to point out the cardinals amongst them. I don’t see any. They all appear to be the same to me. 

Currently listening to: Coleman Hawkins – Body & Soul 



  1. 2nd degree murder????? a possible 15 year sentence for this repugnant monster!! May I suggest
    a mandatory honor life sentence with no parole.

    Comment by stephen oneil — February 18, 2009 @ 7:18 pm | Reply

  2. I’m at aghast that he’s being pampered with a second degree murder charge. So much for justice.

    Comment by Alison — February 19, 2009 @ 3:45 am | Reply

  3. Personally as an English man this is none of my business but to show there is no discrimination he should be punished for murder in accordance with Sharia law

    Comment by bnpsalford — February 19, 2009 @ 7:46 am | Reply

    • bnpsalford, thank you kindly for your comment! But I’m curious, what does this have anything to do with Sharia law?

      Comment by galileehitchhiker — February 19, 2009 @ 9:14 am | Reply

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