Tribute to Katia Bengana

Posted on Wed 28 February 2018 in Algeria

On a day like this one, February 28th,1994, Katia Bengana, a schoolchild of 16 years old, left school and went back, with her friend, to home when a Muslim man, a neighbor of theirs, approached them. Her friend run away, as fast as she could following the man's order who, on the other hand, asked Katia to stop. The Muslim neighbor fired on Her several times. Katia died right there.

Cowardly assassinated, Katia had been threatened by her neighbors to be killed several months before the fatal date as she refused to wear the Islamic veil. Katia knew the threats were serious. Even her parents tried to convince her to wear the hijab but she always answered them: "I prefer to die than to wear the hijab"1.

It is not by a mere stubborn or rebellious whim that Katia refused to wear the hijab because one needs more than that to challenge a Muslim society especially that her area was called by Muslims "the liberated land" (a land liberated from the infidels).

Katia Bengana

The coward monsters who were behind the assassination of Katia are not some random insance people: they are just normal Muslims who committed a crime for principles share by every single Muslim around the world and throuought the centuries:

  • There were few other Katia's female schoolmates who did not wear the hijab, but she was the only one to targetted as she was Kabyle, like me, not an Arab. As Muhammad is the perfect human every Muslim is expected to mimic, these Muslims practiced the hadiths where their "prophet" Muhammad expressed his hate and racism towards the Berbers. Muhammad said, including in his Quran, that Arab Muslims are the superior race in that they impose the good and fight the evil. These Muslims, forgave the Arab girls for not wearing the hijab fulfilled their Islamic duty by killing Katia. The racism of the "prophet" Muhammad the pirate had always been practiced in Algeria and in all other Islamic countries where Muslims regularly assault non native Arabic speakers, but also other groups of Muslims they consider not being true Muslims.
  • All Muslims are pedophiles by default, I mean by religion. In Islam the term "pedophilia" does not exist and it is a perfectly halal practice which is encouraged: Muhammad promises to provide children as sexual slaves for Muslims once in the paradize. The prophet Muhammad who sodomized dead women and asked his soldiers to act so in many of his military expeditions, was also an infamous pedophile. What we call "Islamic civilisation" is full of enfant sexual slavery and pedophilia. Katia had to hide her body in order not to hurt the Muslims' pedophile instincts.
  • The "prophet" Muhammad the pirate imposed hijab on women as a means to humiliate them. Up to his era, only prostitutes were used to fully cover themselves in the Arabic culture. As Muhammad was old and unable to satisfy his numerous wives, the later ones started to sleep with his friends and even random male slaves. The infidelity was so repetitive that everybody knew about it. So Muhammad decided to punish his wives for their infidelities, not only by forbidding them to marry after his death, but he had imposed on them to wear the niqab to humiliate them, to refer to them as whores. The "prophet" Muhammad even referred to women by their genitals. Every Muslim around the world is aware of this, and I am sure this is one of the main reasons Katia preferred death to wearing the hijab.

Following Her assassination, the mother of Katia had since been suffering of complicated sicknesses without receiving any financial help from our authorities. Her body and mind could not resist and ended up by following her Daughter on 2008. In the same time, the Muslim who killed Katia has never been caught or emprisoned. Anyway, had he been jailed, the Muslim dictator Abdelaziz Bouteflika had released him and provided him a golden retirement2 as he did to thousands of Muslims who killed Algerians.

Katia Bengana is a source of wonder, admiration and inspiration. I respect more emeralds like her who fight anonymously against awful monstrosities than to the thousands of mainstream idols and pretentious ideologist of freedom. Katia's life was short, but meangful and beautiful.

5 Algerian civil concorde referendum, 1999.