Critic of imams beaten senseless (updated)

A Norwegian of Somali origin, known widely in Norway as a critic of female circumcision and the imams supporting it, was beaten senseless. The Aftenposten of Oslo reports (via Ummah News Links):

"I was terrified. While I lay on the pavement they kicked me and screamed that I had trampled on the Koran. Several shouted Allah-o-akbar (God is great) and also recited from the Koran," Kadra told VG.

Kadra linked the attack to recent remarks in VG where she said that the Koran's views on women needed to be reinterpreted.

Kadra said that the gang of Somali men attacked her around 3 a.m. in downtown Oslo on Thursday
To its credit, the Islamic Council of Norway has urged her to work with the police to catch the miscreants, and denounced the use of violence.

Kadra gained widespread fame in a 2000 hidden camera TV documentary revealing the positive attitude of Muslim leaders to female circumcision. The documentary sparked new legislation.

Update:

Ed Waage writes:
The newspaper, Verdens Gang (or VG) has an update to the story (in Norwegian).  Kadra has picked out five to six of her attackers, both men and women, from security camera videos near the attack. She had spoken with them prior to the attack. The Oslo police state that they have good photos and seem confident it is only a matter of time before her assailants are apprehended.
A Norwegian of Somali origin, known widely in Norway as a critic of female circumcision and the imams supporting it, was beaten senseless. The Aftenposten of Oslo reports (via Ummah News Links):

"I was terrified. While I lay on the pavement they kicked me and screamed that I had trampled on the Koran. Several shouted Allah-o-akbar (God is great) and also recited from the Koran," Kadra told VG.

Kadra linked the attack to recent remarks in VG where she said that the Koran's views on women needed to be reinterpreted.

Kadra said that the gang of Somali men attacked her around 3 a.m. in downtown Oslo on Thursday
To its credit, the Islamic Council of Norway has urged her to work with the police to catch the miscreants, and denounced the use of violence.

Kadra gained widespread fame in a 2000 hidden camera TV documentary revealing the positive attitude of Muslim leaders to female circumcision. The documentary sparked new legislation.

Update:

Ed Waage writes:
The newspaper, Verdens Gang (or VG) has an update to the story (in Norwegian).  Kadra has picked out five to six of her attackers, both men and women, from security camera videos near the attack. She had spoken with them prior to the attack. The Oslo police state that they have good photos and seem confident it is only a matter of time before her assailants are apprehended.