Lebanon: Uber Driver to be Put to Death for Raping and Killing Female British “Diplomat”

Charles Martel
Daily Stormer
November 5, 2019

Rebecca Dykes.

There are over 80 British embassies worldwide, and this slag just happened to work for one that granted her unlimited access to brown cock.

100%. Pure. Coincidence.

New York Post:

A Lebanese Uber driver who confessed to killing a 30-year-old British diplomat who was found raped and strangled on the side of a road in Beirut was sentenced to death Friday for her murder.

Tariq Houshieh, who was driving Rebecca Dykes home after her night out in the Lebanese capital in December 2017, instead raped her and choked her to death with a rope before dumping her along the Metn highway.

Dykes, a program and policy manager at the British embassy, spent the evening at a going-away party for a colleague in the city’s Gemmayzeh neighborhood, according to Sky News.

She hailed Houshieh’s car using the ride-sharing app around midnight and her body was discovered at about 4 a.m.

Tariq Houshieh.

The driver, who had tried to cover his tracks by disposing of Dykes’ purse and identity papers, was collared a few days later after police tracked his car using surveillance cameras and traced activity on his phone. He later confessed to the “senseless” crime.

Houshieh had been working for Uber despite reports that he had a criminal record.

Local newspaper An-Nahar reported that Houshieh had spent six months behind bars for stealing a motorcycle, and Agence France-Presse reported that he had twice been arrested for alleged harassment and theft related to customers.

At the time, Uber denied those claims and said it was “horrified” by the shocking murder. Interior Minister Nohad Machnouk has described the company as a “virtual” entity that is “not safe.”

Capital punishment is legal in Lebanon although no executions have been carried out in 15 years during an unofficial moratorium.

After the murder, the young woman’s family launched the Rebecca Dykes Foundation to improve the lives of refugees and vulnerable communities in Lebanon.

Great idea! A foundation that helps Moslem refugees!

Personally, I’d have opted for a foundation that encouraged Western women to remain at home as nature intended and avoid venturing out into foreign lands, but a foundation for poor brown people is also a good choice. You can never have too many of them, can you?