KARACHI - Jamaat-e-Islami Women Wing on Friday staged protest demonstration against the killing of 32-years-old Muslim woman, Marwa El-Sherbini, who was stabbed to death by a German inside the premises of Dresden courtroom. The protest demonstration was held outside the Karachi Press Club. Activists of JI women wing were carrying her portrait martyr of the headscarf Marwa El-Sherbini, and placards inscribed Marawas murder in German Court, an example of West Islam phobia, Marwas murder shame on West. Speaking at the protest demonstration, JI Karachi Chief, Mohammad Hussain Mehanti, demanded of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and United Nation to take the notice of the killing of Muslim woman in German court. He further demanded the OIC and UN to take the measures to save the Muslim women residing in the West and to give strict punishment to the killer of Marwa El-Sherbini. He criticised the Western media over its regrettable role to hide the incident and for giving it little coverage, and said that it showed clear-cut biasness of the Western media with the Muslims. He said that West was attacking on the Muslim culture and civilization, arguing that the killing of headscarfed Muslim woman in German court was the point to bother for the entire Muslim world. He said that Hijab was the proud for Muslim women, adding that that the court, which was responsible to provide the justice to the Muslim women, had become the inquisition of her brutal murder. Continuous incidents of biasness and hatred revealed the dual standards of West against Islam and Muslims, he said. El-Sherbini, who was nearly four months pregnant, was involved in a court case against her neighbour, Axel W., who was found guilty last November for insulting and abusing her, calling her a terrorist over wearing the headscarf. She was set to testify against him when he stabbed her 18 times inside a Dresden courtroom in front of her 3-year-old son. El-Sherbinis husband came to her aid, but was also stabbed by the neighbour and shot in the leg by a security guard who initially mistook him for the attacker, German prosecutors said. He is now in critical condition in a German hospital.