I ask you: what kind of God requires a father to kill his child because she has brought shame upon the family through moral failure? This question does not require three guesses. The god of islam is guilty once again.
Aren't we supposed to love our children unconditionally as the one true God of the Bible loves us? Why would anyone follow such a harsh god when he could instead worship a loving, merciful God, as in the Lord Jesus, who gave His life on the cross for us to redeem us from our sins?
If we accept Jesus as our Savior, His sacrifice covers our sins from birth, through the present, and until the day we die. I can't think of a better deal. Add in the bonus of having a Comforter who will NEVER leave us, nor forsake us, in good times and bad times alike.
Read a horrific account of a Jordanian man who murdered his daughter because she was pregnant out of wedlock, via Atlas Shrugs:
She got pregnant outside marriage, so her Muslim father killed her: police
"And everyone will pretend that this has nothing to do with Islam. And the girls will keep dying, and women will be further degraded in Western societies. It is an abomination, the murders and the complicity of Western media, politicians, activists and academic a--hats.
She got pregnant outside marriage, so father killed her: police
'A Jordanian man was charged on Sunday with premeditated murder after allegedly stabbing to death his 22-year-old daughter because she became pregnant outside wedlock, police said.
"The father and his brother took the girl on Saturday to a doctor because she suffered stomach pains, and everybody was surprised to learn that she was six months pregnant," a police spokesman said.
"On their way home, the father stabbed the girl with a sword 25 times in her stomach, killing her immediately as well as her unborn baby boy."
The source said the suspect has confessed to the crime following the murder, which took place in the Jordan Valley.
"His brother was also charged with premeditated murder, while the victim's boyfriend is being held in custody for his own protection," he added.
Murder is punishable by the death penalty in Jordan but in such cases of the so-called "honour killings" a court usually commutes or reduces sentences, particularly if the victim's family urges leniency.
In the past, parliament has refused to institute harsher penalties.'
Around 15-20 women are murdered each year in Jordan in the name of honour, despite government efforts to fight such crimes. So far this year, 17 cases have been reported."