Thursday, August 22, 2019


Here on Life with Lynnie (LwL), there's something I feel I need to discuss.

It's something happening here in Canada.

A while ago, I read and am now sharing the article with you that was written by that is entitled, Man accused of beating daughter who refused to wear hijab

Why do I think this is important?

Well, for a couple of reasons.  I'll explain it to you.

Did you read the article that was written a long time ago?  Hopefully, you did.  I decided to share most of it with you (I copied/pasted):

Gatineau police have charged a man for allegedly beating his teenage daughter over the course of more than a year because she refused to wear a hijab. 
The 35-year-old father is facing one count each of assault, assault with a weapon and uttering death threats, police said in a news release Thursday. 
In what police described as a case of so-called "honour-based" violence, the father began the series of assaults upon learning his daughter had removed her religious head covering when she left the family home. 
Gatineau police said they hope the courage the young girl showed would motivate others to speak out against similar incidents. The release also included some phone numbers for local resources for victims of violence. 
Wow!  Did this shock you?

It didn't shock me.


The teenage daughter who didn't wear the jijab was obviously Muslim.  And, so was her father.  If this wasn't the case, then none of this would have happened.

As I've mentioned in the past, Muslims live by the Sharia Law that is allowed in many countries where they lived, like mainly in the Middle East, or anywhere else where Islam is in control of the country.

However, since they are taught to live like this, it's because Sharia Law is taught to them through their Qur'an (sort of like their type of bible, but not of our God) and other religious books, plus through their Muslim Imam (minister) who teaches them what their god wants them to do, and live like.

Yes, Muslims want women to wear jihab.  That father wanted his daughter to wear the jihab, just as was stated in that article.

Since the daughter didn't do what he wanted her to do, the father beat his daughter, just as you read.

Why did he do that?  Not just because she didn't do what was expected of her.

Also, because Sharia Law ALLOWS Muslim men to beat, hurt, rape and murder people.  So, the father beat his daughter.

Yes, as any parent, even if they are not Muslim, they can be upset with a child who has not done what they want them to do.  And, will discipline the child.

However, in this case, the Muslim father was charged for hurting his daughter.

To me, that was good.


That Muslim father was living under Sharia Law.  That is NOT legal, here in Canada.

Yet, the father beat his daughter due to anger.

Thinking of dealing with anger, made me think of Ephesians 4:31, "Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice:".

Amen!  Let all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away from you, with all malice:

To be honest, it is not just upsetting to me about what that father did, and why he did it.

It is also upsetting to me that our Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau had told everyone on the news daily, before he was elected during the election time, that he would give Muslims MORE rights, here in Canada.

So, I believe that Muslims voted for Justin Trudeau to be elected, just as he was.

But, should Justin Trudeau give Muslim more rights by allowing Sharia Law to be allowed?

I don't believe so, for then Muslims won't have to live by our Canadian laws.  They will instead, beat, rape, hurt and murder people, including family members.  And, won't be charged and/or convicted... for Sharia Law allows them to do that.

Please... pray that Justin Trudeau will NOT be re-elected.

Please... pray that our Canadian law will not be changed anymore by Justin Trudeau.

Please... pray that anyone who is NOT yet Christian, will realize that they can gain salvation and everlasting life, by trusting in/believing upon our Lord, Jesus Christ.

Thank you for praying.

May God bless you.

Until next time...

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