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by, Vlad Tepes | Merkur | Translation by: Nash Montana
Erding — At an asylum waiting room in the year 2015, a 14-year-old girl was allegedly raped by eight men. This came to light in the proceedings against a deserting soldier.
The 28-year-old German soldier from North Rhine-Westphalia had to face court in Laufen because he was absent for five months from his troop as a mountaineer and fled to South Africa. He was fined €2,000.
During the trial, however, the NRW man reasoned that he was being mobbed and humiliated. That the worst of his experiences were when he had to work with refugees. He told Judge Thomas Hippler what he had experienced in the waiting room of the asylum home in Erding.
“I saw how these people were dealing with each other, and with their children. How all the various nationalities and religions led to conflicts and attacks, how they threw their food on the ground,” he was quoted as saying by the Berchtesgadener Anzeiger.
The worst, however, was when he had to search for a 14-year-old forcibly married child bride. The soldier said that she was raped by eight men. That he finally found the bleeding child hiding under a bed.
He sharply criticized the procedures established by his superiors. He couldn’t speak to any of them about what happened. “Shut your mouth; that’s no one’s business, especially not the media’s,” one of his superiors allegedly told him. The soldier couldn’t deal with this. His testimony in front of the court ended with these words: “I can’t do it anymore. I am at the end; I just feel like s***.” The 28-year-old enlisted in the Bundeswehr in 2012 — for an eight-year stint as a soldier.
At the offices of the administrative court nobody knows about the alleged rape at the asylum waiting room. Injured people always are treated at the Erding Clinic, paid for by the administration.
The asylum waiting room in Fliegerhorst is a facility of the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees. The spokeswoman for the office, Natalie Psuja, says: “After discussing this with colleagues at the location and with the police we can tell you that this incident is not known and that there never was a police report filed.”
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by, KGS | The Tundra Tabloids | Daniel Greenfield | Front Page Mag | Vlad Tepes
A man has been arrested on suspicion of probable cause of aggravated rape and felony child sexual abuse.
Alleged act was committed in a deserted yard of the apartment building in a small town of Pirkanmaa. The suspect has denied the act. The suspected act took place at the beginning of October, and came to the attention of the police at the beginning of December, the girl’s father’s contacted the police.
Of course under Islamic law, a ten year old girl is considered “ready” for these kinds of abuses in line with the pedophilia of Mohammed, the founder of Islam. That however can’t be discussed in Europe without hate crimes charges in many instances. And this leaves authorities ignorant and children vulnerable.
The judge ruled that Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff committed a crime by stating in her seminars about Islam that the Islamic prophet Mohammed was a pedophile (Sabaditsch-Wolff’s actual words were “Mohammed had a thing for little girls.”)
Pirkanmaa has had plenty of Muslim migrants dumped there with entirely predictable results. The Muslim settler population in Pirkanmaa continues to pose a serious challenge.
An Iraqi immigrant in Finland has been found guilty of committing a war crime after he posted pictures of himself posing with the head of an Isis fighter on Facebook.
Jebbar Salman Ammar, 29, was given an 18 month sentence by Pirkanmaa district court in southern Finland, AFP reported. The court found he had desecrated the body of the Isis fighter by posting three photographs of himself with the Daesh fighter’s decapitated head in the Iraqi city of Tikrit on the social networking site.
In some of the pictures on his Facebook account Ammar can be seen posing outside a Finnish refugee centre, while pictures posted earlier in 2015 show him with what appear to be a members of Shia militias who are battling Isis in Iraq. The pictures showing Ammar posing with the head of the Isis militant have been removed.
A Finnish court on Friday jailed 23-year-old twin brothers from Iraq for four months pending trial on suspicions they were Islamic State militants who fatally shot 11 unarmed soldiers in Iraq in June 2014.
Friday’s custody hearing was held behind closed doors at the Pirkanmaa District Court in Tampere.
This is what happens when a region is overwhelmed by a tide of Jihadists posing as refugees.
Angela Merkel; ‘..I made this happen..’
1-Year-old German baby girl severely injured after being repeatedly kicked in the face by a Gang of Violent Muslim Male Immigrants
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by, Rehema Figueiredo | The Express – UK
Migrants kicked a one-year-old baby on a bus then attacked paramedics with belts as they tried to treat the infant.
The shocking attack happened at approximately 9pm on Sunday night in Augsburg, one of Germany’s oldest cities.
Residents were being evacuated following the discovery of a bomb from the Second World War and some had boarded a replacement night bus when a fight broke out.
Several Syrian migrants erupted with anger because of a baby-stroller taking up space on the bus.
Migrants hurled abuse at other passengers before a fight broke out, with four of the Syrian men using the handles on the bus to hoist themselves up and attack women and old people to try and drag them into the fighting, according to an eyewitness.
The migrants paid no attention to anyone in their way, at one point kicking a one-year-old in the face.
Paramedics were called and arrived on the scene to help the injured but the men began attacking them with belts – not letting up until the police were called.
Police have now launched an investigation into what happened.
The incident comes amidst heightened tensions in Germany after the attack on a German Christmas market by a migrant in which 12 people were killed.
The woman was killed after going to the market in Sar-e-Pul province
Her husband was away in Iran when she went shopping for supplies
The area is still under Taliban control
Under Taliban rule women are prohibited from leaving their homes unless accompanied by a close male relative
by, Sarah Dean | The Daily Mail – UK | h/t Natalie Freeman
A woman has reportedly been beheaded by a group of armed men in Afghanistan after she entered a city without her husband.
The horrific act took place in the remote village of Latti in Sar-e-Pul province, which is under Taliban control.
Provincial Governor spokesman Zabiullah Amani told the Nation that the 30-year-old woman was targeted because she went out alone without her husband, who is in Iran.
The Middle East Press reported the woman had gone to the market to shop.
Under Taliban rule women are prohibited from leaving their homes unless accompanied by a close male relative.
They are also banned from working or education and are forced to wear the burqa.
The Taliban have rejected any involvement in this latest incident.
Earlier this month five female Afghan guards working in the airport in southern Kandahar were killed by unknown gunmen as they were on their way to work, the latest in a string of attacks against women in Afghanistan.
From bomb attacks to targeted or honour killings or domestic abuses, Afghan women have borne the brunt of the 15 years of conflicts during the Taliban-led insurgency as security has deteriorated and violence has increased in most parts of the country.
Samim Khpulwak, spokesman for the governor of Kandahar, said the five women were in charge of searching female travelers at the Kandahar airport, and had been hired by a private security company.
‘Two gunmen on motorbike followed their van and opened fire on them, killing the five and their driver this morning, said Samim.
Although Afghan women had made hard-fought rights gains in education and work since the collapse of austere Taliban regime in 2001, there are growing fears that these could reverse with the deterioration of security and increase in violence.
Despite years of pressure by women’s groups and foreign donors, Afghanistan remains one of the most difficult places to be a woman.
Restoring fundamental women’s rights was one of the main objectives of the international community in Afghanistan, where the hardline Taliban Islamist banned girls from school and women from work in their rule from 1996-2001.
Pictured above: 7-Year-old “Islam” on the left and 9-Year-old “Fatima” on the right, with dad pictured in the center, as he prepares the two girls for their suicide missions.
Jabhat al-Nusra Terrorist, Funded by the Obama Administration, Sends His Two Young Daughters on Suicide Missions
Footage shows a fanatic lecturing the two children, seven and nine, in Damascus
They are dressed in coats and hats before being embraced by burka-clad woman
Seven-year-old then thought to have been killed in explosion at a police station
The blast in Damascus, the Syrian capital, wounded three police officers
by, Julian Robinson | Daily Mail – UK
This is the moment jihadi parents kissed their daughters goodbye shortly before one of them walked into a Syrian police station and was blown up by a remote detonator.
Footage shows a male fanatic lecturing the two children, seven and nine, about how to carry out suicide bomb attacks before they are embraced by a woman in a burka.
A short time later, the seven-year-old is thought to have walked into a police station in Syria’s capital, Damascus, before being killed in an explosion.
With music in the background and sitting in front of a black and white flag, the ranting extremist holds the girls in his arms as he brainwashes them.
Both girls then say ‘Allahu Akbar’ before separate footage shows them dressed in coats and woolly hats as they embrace their mother and leave the room.
A short time later, on December 16, a seven-year-old girl calmly walked into a Damascus police station before being killed in a bomb blast that also injured three officers.
Syrian journalists have reported the two adults as being husband and wife and parents to the two girls. They also linked one of the youngsters to the explosion on Friday.
In one video, the mother repeatedly hugs the seven-year-old, named as Islam, and the older girl, named as Fatima.
A man behind the camera asks the woman why she is sending her daughters to jihad when they are so young.
She replies that ‘no one is young when it comes to jihad as every Muslim is supposed to participate in jihad.’
He then prays for Allah to accept the sacrifice the woman is making
In the second video the man believed to be the father asks one of the girls what she is ‘going to do today’ before she replies that she is going to carry out a suicide bombing in Damascus.
In an apparent reference to the bus evacuation of rebel fighters and residents from Aleppo last week, the man asks one of the children: ‘Shouldn’t you leave fighting to the men? Or did all of them flee in the green buses?’.
He later adds: ‘You are not going to be afraid because you are going to the Heavens, right?’.
The girl on the left replies simply: ‘Yes’.
Both children then say Allah Akbar on the man’s request before he starts saying prayers.
It is not yet clear which jihadist group was behind the attack. The explosion in the bustling Midan neighbourhood of the Syrian capital wounded three police officers, said the Al-Watan daily, which is close to the government.
‘A seven-year-old girl entered the police station, carrying a belt that was detonated from afar,’ the paper posted on its Facebook page.
A police source told Al-Watan that the little girl had appeared lost and asked to use the bathroom when the explosives went off.
Although rebel groups have fired rockets and mortar rounds into the capital, explosions inside the city itself are rare.
Syrian state news agency SANA said earlier there were preliminary reports about a ‘terrorist explosion at the Midan police station in Damascus’.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed there had been a blast in Midan but said it could not specify the cause.
Observatory head Rami Abdel Rahman told AFP that ‘one woman’ was killed in the blast, but it remained unclear whether she was a suicide bomber or a bystander.
In early 2012, a suicide bomber killed 26 people when he blew himself up in Midan. More than 310,000 people have died since Syria’s conflict broke out in 2011.
The attack happened in the Syrian capital, President Bashar al-Assad’s stronghold of Damascus.
A brutal battle to retake the city of Aleppo appears to have come to an after a ceasefire and evacuation of residents was agreed with rebels.
But Assad’s forces are still fighting insurgents near the capital while large areas of the country remain in rebel control in the northwestern countryside and in the far south.
Peace on Earth will only be achievable once Muslim parents begin to love their own children more than they hate us.
Pictured above: Actual photo of Sarween Nobidar. Photo courtesy of: Namo Abdulla
At the time of this report, no official investigation has been launched into this young woman’s death…nor have any charges or arrests been made.
by, Ruwayda Mustafah | Ruwayda.com | Namo Abdulla
An undergraduate student at Ishik University in Kurdistan Region’s Erbil city has died in what appears to be an honour-related case. Her name is Sarween Nobidar (21-years-old).
Kurdish MP Soran Omar has issued an official statement about the killing of Sarween Nobidar. MP Omar highlights that according to close family associates, Sarween suffered a stab wound to her hand by her father and was later set ablaze.
Numerous Facebook posts have surfaced online, where people allege that her father set her ablaze for falling in love with someone at her University that the family did not consider appropriate. These posts — found in Kurdish Facebook/Instagram accounts highlight that the man proposed to her on several occasions and her family rejected him because he was deemed unsuitable due to ‘tribal’ reasons.
These posts, some made by Ishik University students and others activists come at a time where an official investigation into this matter has not been launched. It has raised speculation, gossip and various other accusations. In the absence of a transparent investigation, various information is circulating, which is harmful to both the public and a potential future investigation.
Here is an interview (in Kurdish) with Sarween’s dad that was conducted after her death:
(NOTE: He claims that he was not involved in the death of his daughter)
Women setting themselves ablaze is not new in the region and there are numerous cases in the past where this has happened. In most cases, it is dismissed as accidental, particularly when there’s an overwhelming element of honour. These cases don’t make headlines and do not receive nation-wide attention, at least in the past they have not.
When these cases are dismissed as accidental or as the woman committing suicide, they are hard to investigate, as family members attempt to cover these incidents for the sake of not attracting public ridicule or ‘shame.’
I urge the Kurdish government and responsible authorities to issue a transparent investigation into this case because male chauvinism, patriarchal attitudes and violence against women continue to exist in Region of Kurdistan with little accountability. Despite governmental measures to curb violence against women, powerful connections and wealth often leads to those responsible escaping accountability.
Namo Abdullah, a renowned journalist from Kurdistan wrote a brilliant commentary stating (quote):
‘..I know a lot of Kurds don’t like this story to be translated into English. They don’t want outsiders to know about this dark side of our culture. But I do. I do want everybody to shame us until we come to our senses and cleanse our culture of this decease called “honor killing.”
This beautiful young Kurdish girl, Sarwin, was reportedly burnt to death recently by her own father in a town near Erbil. Her own father poured gasoline on her and set her in flames. If the scene is familiar, it is because ISIS has done exactly the same thing. But this time it was done by somebody who is supposed to love you most: a father. Is not this the textbook definition of barbarism?
It is now time for all Kurdish TV channels, radio stations and newspaper to treat this story as the most important story. Fighting ISIS outside our borders is no longer the most important issue. Fighting ISIS ideas within our borders is. It is time for journalists to question all the legal, executive and religious authorities in our country. Ask the Iamams or Islamic preachers if their religion is so brutal that places more value on sex than a human life? Does God want a woman to lose her life over loving somebody? Follow the story until the perpetrator(s) is brought to justice. Let’s start a nationwide campaign to make Sarwin’s death the last case of “honor killing” in Kurdistan. Next time another woman is killed, we all are complicit..’
by, Nick Ralston | Sydney Morning Herald | h/t Dumbstruck (Reader submission) @ Vlad Tepes
A security guard could not give an explanation to detectives as to why he led a three-year-old girl from a Sydney shopping centre playground into a locked stairwell, police say.
Mohammad Hassan Al-Bayati appeared in Campbelltown Local Court on Thursday charged with committing an act of indecency towards the girl at the DFO Homebush shopping centre on Sunday.
The girl and her older sister had been dropped at a children’s playground while their mother did her shopping.
Police allege that about 30 minutes later Mr Al-Bayati, dressed in his centre security uniform of a white collared shirt, black pants and shoes, approached the girl in the playground.
He allegedly spoke with her for two minutes before he was spotted on CCTV footage holding her hand and guiding her away from the playground.
Cameras from inside DFO Homebush allegedly show Mr Al-Bayati then walked down one of the centre’s corridors and into a locked fire exit stairwell.
There were no cameras inside the stairwell, where Mr Al-Bayati and the girl remained for 11 minutes.
It is here police allege Mr Al-Bayati exposed himself to the girl and performed an indecent act in what prosecutors described as an “opportunistic attack”.
Mr Al-Bayati then returned the girl to her mother after the girl’s older sister raised the alarm with centre management that she had been missing.
It was only later that day that the girl told her father what had allegedly happened.
“The child made disclosures about an act of indecency and stated that she was ‘taken by a policeman’ who was going to take her to her mum,” police documents before the court state.
Mr Al-Bayati was arrested and charged on Wednesday where he gave an interview with police where he admitted that he did breach the centre protocol by finding a lost child and taking her down the secluded corridor.
But he denied allegations that he had performed an indecent act or exposed himself to the girl.
“The accused could not provide investigators with any explanations for the unaccounted 11 minutes inside the stairwell with the child,” police documents stated.
Dressed in a black T-shirt with a local gym’s logo on the front and grey sweat pants, Mr Al-Bayati sat silently on Thursday as he unsuccessfully applied for bail.
His solicitor told the court Mr Al-Bayati had no criminal record and was prepared to surrender his security licence so he could be released in time to spend Christmas with his fiancee and her family.
Magistrate Ian Gray denied Mr Al-Bayati bail adding there was “some strength” in the police case and if found guilty the security worker was facing a substantial prison sentence.
Mr Al-Bayati will appear in court again in February.
I hope these come in “infant” and “toddler” sizes to…
After all, we are talking about “Muslims.”
by, Vlad Tepes | Translation by: Oz-Rita