Update 2: Noor Faleh Almaleki has died – another Islamic honor killing in the U.S. is now official
Update: Almaleki was captured at the Atlanta airport!
If you don’t want your kids to become Westernized, why come to live in the West? A better, more affluent, and safe Western life? hat tip Larry
Faleh Hassan Almaleki reportedly threatened his daughter for becoming ‘too Westernized.’
(KFYI) Peoria police are looking for a Glendale man who allegedly ran over his 20-year-old daughter and another woman in the Department of Economic Security parking lot Tuesday.
Faleh Hassan Almaleki, 48, was reportedly angry at his daughter, Noor Faleh Almaleki, for becoming ‘too westernized’ and not living according to their traditional Iraqi values.
Both women have been hospitalized. The daughter of the suspect had life-threatening injuries.
The other victim, Amal Edan Khalaf, had less serious injuries. Khalaf is the mother of Almaleki’s boyfriend.
Faleh Hassan Almaleki was last seen in a Grey or silver 2000 Jeep grand Cherokee, Arizona License ADS-9192
Anyone with information can call SILENT WITNESS or the Peoria Police Tip Line at 623.773.7045.
Another report says the man is of Iraqi descent, and yet another refers to the incident as a hit and run incident. How will the media spin this one?
Sadly ironic, the Department of Economic Security’s homepage claims front and center, “Every child, adult, and family will be safe and economically secure,” with two of the first links being “Protect our Children” and “Support our Children” as part of Arizona’s Child Protective Services home. Was the daughter there seeking protection? Is there protection from Islamic honor killing?
According to a news release from the Peoria Police Department, Glendale resident Faleh Hassan Almaleki, 48, ran over his daughter Noor Almaleki, 20, and her friend Amal Edan Khalef, a 43-year-old Surprise resident, as they walked out of the building at 89th and Peoria avenues.
Cynthia Diaz, who witnessed the crash, said Almaleki was unconscious and bleeding from the nose; however, Khalaf was able to communicate.
“I asked her specifically, ‘Do you know who did this?'” Diaz said. “She said yes and she gave a name.”Police said Faleh Almaleki was last seen driving a gray or silver 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with license plate No. ADS-9192.
Picture of 20-year-old Noor Faleh Almaleki via Atlas Shrugs.