“A Brilliant Mother”: English Woman Given 17 Years For Beating Son To Death And Then Burning His Body For Failing To Learn The Koran

comp-sara-and-yaseen-1-522x293An English woman, Sara Ege, 33, was sentenced to seventeen years in jail in England for beating to death her son and then burning his body to hide her crime. Ege committed the heinous crime after seven-year-old Yaseen failed to memorize the Koran by heart. The defense nevertheless described her as a “brilliant mother.”

In England, sentences are generally lower, including the true meaning of a life sentence.

Ege would beat the boy with a stick for not learning the word of God fast enough. He suffered serious injuries and died in July 2010 from three months of such moral teachings. His mother then burned his body with her family home to hide her crime. It didn’t work.

Nevertheless, the judge accepted the defense insistence that the India-born Ege was “a devoted and loving mother.” She also accepted that she was herself a victim of domestic violence at the hands of her husband Yousef Ege, 38. Ege ultimately accused her husband of being the real killer. However, the court found the father was not guilty even of the lesser offense of failing to stop the beatings.

Even with the character evidence supporting Ege, it is hard to see how this sentence is sufficient for beating a child to death over a long period of time and then burning a house to destroy evidence. What do you think?

Source: SKY

29 thoughts on ““A Brilliant Mother”: English Woman Given 17 Years For Beating Son To Death And Then Burning His Body For Failing To Learn The Koran

  1. OMG, this woman is the Milgram experiment in real damn life! My concern is that they’re gonna promote her to the head of the education and rehabilitation department in prison. (Meanwhile hubbie will go off and find another wife who can REALLY follow the teachings of his religion.)

  2. The Truth is written. that Nobody knows the WORD OF GOD…

    … the universe is a super computer. life changes as fast as people are born and die. the programs are replaced several times a second.

    life is like a video game, only the person is playing with their soul as their program, and trying to get to heaven, to be born a gain, and play again.

    JESUS taught the lords prayer for a reason, … thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in HEAVEN.

    It is that easy to explain God.

    ================================

    prescience says that some will wonder about the 7.5 after the idealists spit on GOD. in a land of the freedom of speech someone is brags a lot trying to get others to shut up.
    the Quran says that if found he will be killed.

  3. I wonder what the breakdown of the sentence was? The cynic in me wonders if it was five years for the arson, nine years for destruction of evidence, and three years for killing the boy.

  4. Thousands of mad women drown their kids in the bathtub for not eating their veggies.
    I think their sect (Congregation of the wholly veggie) is way too fanatic.

  5. In sentencing Ege to a minimum term of 17 years, plus four years for perverting the course of justice, Mr Justice Wyn Williams said:

    “I am satisfied that it was his failure to learn the Koran that day that resulted in the beating that caused his death… On the day of Yaseen’s death you had kept him home from school so he could devote himself to his study of the Koran. He was memorising passages but on that day Yaseen must have failed in some way and it was that which was a trigger for the beating. You killed your own son. At the time of the killing he was particularly vulnerable because of his age and because of his relative physical frailty. In killing your son you abused a precious relationship of trust which does and should exist between a parent and a child.”

    And then:

    “I accept you were a devoted and caring mum. Except for the obsession with Yaseen learning you did many fine things to bring him up as a young boy.”

    Can you really believe these comments?

    Where does the legal system in western societies drag these types of Judges from?

    “In killing your son you abused a precious relationship of trust which does and should exist between a parent and a child.”

    This comment must be a contender for understatement of the year. But then this………………..

    “I accept you were a devoted and caring mum. Except for the obsession with Yaseen learning you did many fine things to bring him up as a young boy.”

    Oh yes of course. She was a really great mum except for one little indiscretion – she beat her own son to death and then tried to conceal it. Devoted and caring mums do this don’t they.

    Oh please save us from fools running the legal system like this Judge and I expect there are many more of the same ilk where this judge came from.

    As for the sentence, you can bet the killer will be a model prisoner in jail, do all the re-habilitation courses requested of her and be a really nice person. Then she will be paroled after 10 -12 years. That’s how the system works now for murderers – even child killers – and I suspect this case will be no different.

    The poor little innocent child. You can only weep for him being deprived of a life whilst both his culpable parents will continue to live.

    We can only hope that the responsible and culpable parents both experience a most miserable and painful death.

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