Posts Tagged ‘Child Abuse’
More Multikulti madness from the frozen North (h/t Islam in Europe):
Four men have been charged with forcibly marrying a 16 year old girl to a 23 year old man. The marriage was carried out March 2009 in the Oslo suburb of Skedsmo. The girl’s family gave their blessings to the marriage.
The case against the men – aged 23, 44, 47 and 49 – is based on the girl’s statement. Dagbladet has learned that the four Iraqi defendants denied the charges.
According to prosecutor Olav Helge Thue the girl was forced to answer questions as part of a Muslim forced marriage ceremony. An imam, who has not been charged, conducted the ceremony. Read the rest of this entry »
Some good news from the battle lines, for a change:
Nine Telford men alleged to have been involved in sexual exploitation and child prostitution are to face a series of fresh trials.
The men, arrested in connection with the police investigation, Operation Chalice, appeared at Shrewsbury Crown Court [in the English Midlands - Ed.] today.
They had been ordered to appear before the court after the collapse of an earlier trial at Stafford on legal grounds.
Mrs Deborah Gould, prosecuting, told the court that the defendants in the case would now face a series of separate trials.
The defendants include Mubarek Ali, 28, of Regent Street, Wellington; Ahdel Ali, 23, of Regent Street, Wellington; Mohammed Sultan, 24, of Victoria Avenue, Wellington; Tanveer Ahmed, 39, of Urban Gardens, Wellington; Marhoof Khan, 33, of Caradoc Flats, Wellington; Noshad Hussain, 21, of Regent Street, Wellington; Mohammed Choudry, 52, of Solway Drive, Sutton Hill, Telford; Mohammed Yunis, 59, of Kingsland, Arleston; and Abdul Rouf, 33, of Kingsland, Arleston.
Mrs Gould, prosecuting, said provisional charges had been drawn up in relation to the defendants. Read the rest of this entry »
The unmistakeable whiff of Islamic hypocrisy, from Pious™ Pakistan:
Nadeem knows first hand the misery of life on the streets. Sexually assaulted as a child, he became a pimp of young boys — the only way he knew how to survive as a member of Pakistan’s underclass.
He says he was 12 years old when he was attacked. Since then, he has been dragged into a vicious cycle of horrifying abuse allegedly aided and abetted by police and which few are willing to confront in the Muslim country.
“It was just the third night I slept on a street when a policeman picked me up and did bad things to me. I cried a lot but no one came to help me,” Nadeem, now 17, told AFP. Read the rest of this entry »
“Apart from abusing me sexually, he tried to force me to change my faith and kept reminding me to prepare for Ramadan,”
Hiba Abdelfadil Anglo, 16, has escaped from a gang of Muslims who kidnapped her last year, but it may be a long time before she recovers from the trauma.
As she told Compass how the kidnappers beat, raped and tried to force her to convert from Christianity to Islam, she broke into tears for nearly half an hour.
“They did many bad things to me,” she said, tears streaming down her eyes.
Abducted on June 17, 2010, she was reunited with her family on July 10.
“Several times I was warned that if I do not convert to Islam, then I risk losing my life,” she said. “The man who put me in his house on several occasions tortured me and threatened to kill me. He did not allow me to pray Christian prayers. He even insulted my family as a family of infidels.” Read the rest of this entry »
As the international mainstream media indulges in a frenetic orgy of messenger-shooting following the horrific attacks by a depraved psychopath in Norway last week, the repressive, mediaeval cult of Islam keeps on trucking:
Two teenage Muslim girls were arrested by state Islamic officials for hugging and kissing each other publicly in Tawau.
The girls aged 16 and 17 were detained along Jalan Pesisiran during an integrated operation by the Sabah Islamic Religious Affairs Department together with the Tawau Municipal Council on Tuesday.
The department’s officer Abdul Imam Basiron said the two girls faced charges under Section 83 of the Syariah Criminal Offences Enactment 1995 that carries a maximum fine of RM1,000 (S$408.6) or jail of up to six months or both upon conviction. Read the rest of this entry »