The greatest leader Britain has ever had Sir Winston Churchill, during his lifetime compared “Islam inside a man to a dog with rabies.” How right he was. It goes without saying that whenever there is some kind of inhumane violent act taking place or being planned, there is almost always a bearded Muslim savage central to events. This beheading of an 18 year old female in Sheffield is no different.
Man, 20, appears in court accused of beheading 18-year-old woman then attacking five people while he was being treated in hospital
- Reema Ramzan suffered knife wounds, including her head being severed off
- Aras Hussein appeared at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court accused of murder
- He is also charged with assaulting five people at a Sheffield hospital
By ANNA EDWARDS
PUBLISHED: 20:26, 18 June 2013 | UPDATED: 20:27, 18 June 2013
A 20-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a young woman who was beheaded in a knife attack.
Aras Hussein appeared at Sheffield Magistrates’ Court today accused of murdering Reema Ramzan, 18.
Miss Ramzan, who was from the Darnall area of Sheffield, died on June 4 following an incident at a property on Herries Road, in the city.
Detectives said she suffered a severe knife attack resulting in fatal injuries, including the severing of her head.
Hussein, of Sheffield, is also charged with assaulting five people at Sheffield’s Northern General Hospital, where he was taken following his arrest by police.
He stood in the glass-fronted dock today flanked by two uniformed police officers.
Sporting full beard and short, dark hair, he wore a navy blue T-shirt and spoke only to confirm his personal details and that he understood the charge.
Hussein was remanded in custody following a 10 minute hearing and told he will appear again a Sheffield Crown Court on Thursday.
Miss Ramzan’s family issued a statement through police today.
It said: ‘Following the death of Reema, a loving and caring daughter and sister, we as a family would like to pass on our heartfelt thanks for all of the messages and support we have received from our extended family, friends, people in the community where we live and especially from the staff and students at Sheffield College.
‘These messages and support have given us strength and helped us to try to deal with the nightmare we have found ourselves in.
‘As a family, our thoughts now turn to being able to bury Reema and to let her finally rest in peace.’