Saudi Student Attacks Woman At UBC

The suspect is an international student from Saudi Arabia, Thamer Hameed Almestadi and was studying engineering. He has been banned from the campus following the charges, and remains in police custody.

h/t L

Saudi Student Thamer Hameed Almestadi charged in attack on UBC student.

Saudi Student Thamer Hameed Almestadi charged in attack on UBC student.

  • Oracle9

    MSM almost reduces the Saudi factor to a footnote.

    • Always. The Saudi’s are big money to our University system.

      • xavier

        Well with useless shits like him the Saudis can stsy home, ya think he’s actually learned anything othef than attacking women?

        He was useless before he came and he’ll stay for the rest of his life. No wonder tbe Saudis have to import competent labour from abroad

  • Blacksmith

    “We talked and he was really nice, friendly,” said student Josh Bian, who said he knew the suspect.

    “We actually had a lot of conversations together. I didn’t think there was anything really wrong with him.”

    Well Josh, that’s because you are a moron, you need to understand the world is not all unicorns and rainbows. You need to look people in the eyes and see the evil lurking there. Also get off your lazy butt and see what is happening in the world, and I don’t mean sit down in front of the TV but do some real research.

  • General P. Malaise

    maybe he can move in with justine.

  • Justin St.Denis

    Goin’ all bladey on a lady….

    It’s an Islamic thing.

  • The Butterfly

    Sounds like a vibrant campus.

    • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

      UBC is mostly Asian and SJW’s aren’t a problem there, when they do pop up
      they get ignored.

  • Linda1000

    So how many “copycats” are there going to be of this kind of attack. The public and students will be at risk as soon as the little perp is released on bail or whatever. Deported quickly, doubt it. I’m surprised the press published this story and didn’t try to cover it up like the MSM papers are not reporting on the new violence in public grade schools across Canada from the new Syrian kids or young adults who haven’t gone beyond high school.
    BTW, I haven’t seen one article in the Calgary Sun or Calgary Herald about the violence problems with new Syrian students in public grade schools. If it’s happening in Calgary, it’s happening in Edmonton also and other smaller cities/towns in Alberta and the rest of Canada.

    • ntt1

      There has been plenty of attempts, Nova Scotia has a parent lead backlash to the violent migrant kids but the school board and the police are trying to hush it up.

      • Linda1000

        Yeah, but just like the rape case of the little girl in Twin Falls, Idaho, by young muslim immigrant kids, the parents and anyone questioning the violence of new muslim immigrants, specifically are being shut down in Nova Scotia. It was the Rebel media who first reported on the N.S. schools also because the only way the info is being accessed is through gov’t. FOI requests. Funny how U.B.C. is full of other foreign Asian students, many Chinese but they don’t go around trying to slit throats, do they?

        • Waffle

          Are you in Calgary or Edmonton? I’m going to be in Edmonton on the 22-23rd. You can contact me through BCF.

          • Linda1000

            I’m in Calgary otherwise I’d try to connect with you.

          • Waffle

            Too bad, would be nice to meet a fellow BCFer.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            If you are ever in Gillam…

          • Waffle

            Yikes!!! I had to look it up. Since I missed DY in Dauphin on Canada Day weekend, I’m going to see him in Edmonton. He’s doing a 9-day tour of Western Canada. I’m good to go — have my flight, hotel and tickets. Very excited.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I remember that.
            At the time I was waiting to see if I had gotten the job up here.
            And you were disappointed that you couldn’t go to Country Fest.

          • Waffle

            Good memory. Without a car, Dauphin looks as if it’s really hard to get to and I no longer drive (bad eyes). Then to top it off, Merle Haggard died. He had been scheduled to perform just before Dwight. Then I found out DY was going to be in Edmonton in October, so that works out much better for me. Check out his new album — Swimmin’ Pools, Movie Stars — it’s gone viral. Here’s a link:

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Nice Beverley Hillbillies reference in that album name.

          • Waffle
          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Now I do.
            Borat’s wife was brilliant in that movie.

          • Waffle

            If you get Amazon TV, watch Goliath @9 pm. on Oct. 14. Better check the time — you are in a different time zone. DY plays a lawyer.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            What’s wrong with your eyes?

          • Waffle

            Believe it or not, I have “holes” on the retina. I forget the scientific name. My right eye was repaired with surgery 10 year ago, but they screwed up my left eye.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I have a lens problem.
            Ten years too early.

          • Waffle

            Do you mean cataracts?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Early stages.

          • Waffle

            Don’t let it go too long — it doesn’t improve. Most people are squeamish over anything to do with the eyes, but after having endured 3 surgeries, I can unequivocally tell you that the cataract surgery is the easiest and painless. The whole procedure takes less than 15 minutes. They will only do one eye at a time, usually at least a month apart. It’s usually done on an out-patient basis.

            How did you like the album?

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            I have to wait for a spot to open up.
            I think I should be at the front of the line.
            I moved north to better support my wife and kids.
            My family is depending on me.
            I can’t do that if I can’t see.
            I’m not that special as a person but I do important work.

          • dance…dancetotheradio

            Only listened to a little bit of it.
            Gives me the heebie jeebies because one of those songs was one that they played at every wedding and Christmas party for the ten years I was at my second last job.

          • Waffle

            He covers Purple Rain — it’s a “must listen”.

    • The media are not to be trusted in Canada, especially the print media. They are struggling to survive and hoping the government will bail them out.

      Godfrey seeks government help for newspapers

      They won’t dare jeopardize a shot at the gravy train by reporting anything detrimental to a shot at the public trough.

      Bear in mind that journalism has been warped into an SJW like cult that would consider telling the truth about Syrian barbarians a disservice to the public – a public they seek to enlighten and meld in their own image.

      • Linda1000

        Oh, I know, the print and TV media suck big time in Canada, the U.S., Europe.

  • Dave

    Another “mental disorder” thing. I don’t expect to attempted murder charges to stick.

    • My guess is he’ll be whisked back to Saudi without penalty.

      • Linda1000

        As long as he’s never allowed back into Canada, I prefer the Saudi gov’t. deal with their own crazies. He would at most get a slap on the wrist and be banned from owning knives if he goes to court in Canada anyway.

        • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

          A conviction would help make that stick.

    • tom_billesley

      The attacker’s dorm-mates describe him as a stressed out first-year international student who was often seen pacing the halls late at night. “…he really was struggling with his course work because he was always complaining about it”. Perhaps he thought that if he killed a kafir then Allah would make life better for him.

  • tom_billesley

    Student newspaper “The Ubyssey”
    Student charged with yesterday’s assault, UBC receives backlash over untimely notification to students

    Also at UBC – Today was scheduled to be the start of four days of filming on campus for Tim Disney’s movie “William”.
    It’s fiction about a Neanderthal brought into the 21st century, not the reality of a primitive barbarian brought to campus from the 7th century.

    • HA!

    • Maggat

      Sounds as if the Neanderthal has been on campus for some time.

  • ontario john

    The victim is obviously islamophobic.

    • Yea she should have submitted willingly, what a racist!

      • ontario john

        We must follow our prime minister’s advice, and be patient when they murder, rape, and pillage. Its the sunny ways approach.

  • vimy

    Saw this on BC Global News the night before last. They didn’t give his name. The wife and I looked at each other and booth knew we were thinking the same thing without speaking…….now we know we were right.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    The more Muslims arrive in Canada the more dangerous this country is going be , politicians never think about the safety of their own citizens first , this country is going to same track of the EU.

  • mobuyus

    Muslim being muslim but this has nothing whatsoever to do with the this septic amoeba being muslim.

  • caliroxanne

    Just a Muslim doing what Muslims do. If only the Palestinians were free.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      If she was my sister, the son-of-a-bitch would really have to worry about being stressed out.Forget about what you are being told to make you a whimp. Stand up, be a man, look after the ladies.

      • Clausewitz

        At the very least I’d institute the Irish tradition of knee capping the bastard. That’s my heritage.