by, Robert Salonga | Mercury News | h/t Heavy.com
SAN JOSE — The last Facebook post by the teen is easy to dismiss as typical teen angst.
“(Expletive) yeah to the kids who feel like they’re dying inside but still gather up the strength to roll out of bed, get dressed and leave the house. You are strong and beautiful and worth so much more than you know.”
But after he and his brother were arrested Wednesday in the slaying of their parents, trace bits like this from their social-media profiles and narrow glimpses offered by friends and relatives begin to form a sketch that hints at tension not readily apparent to many who knew the family.
Much is still unknown about the deaths of 59-year-old Golam Rabbi and 57-year-old Shamima Rabbi, who were found dead from gunshots wounds Sunday at their hillside Evergreen home. The discovery was made by relatives who hadn’t heard from the couple for days.
Video courtesy of: ABC7 News
A motive remains unclear; as does when they were killed. Still, there was enough evidence for San Jose police to arrest their sons, a lightning bolt that pierced what was already an inconsolable cloud of mourning.
“We are very shocked,” said Golam Mustakim, a nephew of the Rabbis who credits them with helping his family settle in the United States. “Emotionally, I’m broken right now.”
Hasib Bin Golamrabbi, the couple’s 22-year-old son and a San Jose State student who hadn’t been seen since the killings, was arrested in Tracy. His 17-year-old brother, an Evergreen Valley High School senior whose name is being withheld because he is a minor, was arrested in San Jose after initially being interviewed and released by police.
The case took on a national profile after it was revealed that next to the bodies, someone had scrawled a stomach-turning message: “Sorry my first kill was clumsy.”
Another cryptic message was written on a wall at the crime scene — “I can’t be like you telling a lie … I can’t love someone without telling them.”
Who wrote those messages remains a mystery; San Jose police have revealed few details about the case.
Scant clues remain as to why the brothers are suspects. Some of the teen brother’s schoolmates described him as pessimistic, but not extraordinarily so. There was a sense of surprise among peers that the 17-year-old was still attending school in the wake of his parents’ death; he was on campus Wednesday, hours before he was arrested.
“You would think he wouldn’t be able to function or go to school at all,” one student said.
The older brother, Golamrabbi, exhibits an aspirational air on social media, celebrating in one instance his admission to San Jose State, posting a photo of a dream house and hinting at a romantic crush.
A cousin who did not want to be named out of privacy concerns said she didn’t know of anything that would have caused a conflict between the brothers and their parents.
“The younger brother was quiet. He didn’t speak to anyone much. He had difficulty with social interactions,” she said. “The older one was more social.”
Hasan Rahim, who worshipped with the Rabbis at the Evergreen Islamic Center and knew them for more than 20 years, said nothing appeared to be amiss on the occasions he interacted with the brothers.
“This is the first time really when I came to know that things were not as placid as I thought,” he said. “I never saw any sign of trouble.”
Golam Rabbi was a hunter and owned at least one firearm, Rahim said. He recalled cautioning his friend, ‘Hey you better be careful.’ He laughed and said ‘Oh yeah, I am very careful,’ ” Rahim said.
The younger brother was interviewed by detectives Sunday and released. As recently as Tuesday, he was not identified as a suspect, as detectives sought to locate and question the older Golamrabbi, who also was not formally declared a suspect at the time. Police have not disclosed what led them to identify the sons as their parents’ alleged killers.
Golamrabbi is tentatively scheduled for arraignment Friday afternoon. He is being held without bail in the Santa Clara County Jail while his brother is being held at Juvenile Hall.
Golamrabbi declined a jailhouse interview with this newspaper; court records show he has no adult criminal record in the county.
Golamrabbi hid in an unidentified friend’s closet in Tracy for 24 hours and confessed to shooting his father, according to KPIX 5, which interviewed the friend. The friend said he was scared and helped Golamrabbi, and called police after he left.
The Rabbis were well respected in the local Bangladeshi and Islamic communities, active at both the Islamic center and with the South Bay Islamic Association. They immigrated to the United States in the 1980s; Golam Rabbi worked as a quality-assurance engineer and Shamima Rabbi, who earned her degree from San Jose State, was an accountant for several large companies.
“For all purposes, I saw him to be a very humble, polite person just like his wife. They seemed to be normal people like the rest of us. There didn’t seem to be any outward sign of any kind of trouble,” Rahim said. “It’s a huge loss.”
East Side Union High School District Superintendent Chris Funk confirmed that the 17-year-old attends Evergreen and his brother was a graduate.
“It’s just a tragic incident, and we’re mourning with the community,” he said.
Attention now turns to laying the Rabbis to rest: The Janaza, or funeral prayer, is scheduled for Friday at the Muslim Community Association in Santa Clara and burial is planned at the Five Pillars Cemetery in Livermore. Religious custom calls for a prompt burial, but initial plans were held up because the Santa Clara County Medical Examiner-Coroner’s Office was allowed to release the victims only to their adult son. Relatives will now take custody of the Rabbis’ remains.
“Everyone is in shock, but we are desperately looking for some closure,” Rahim said. “The fact that we can offer the final prayer for them gives us some kind of spiritual consolation.”
Staff writers Mark Gomez and Sharon Noguchi contributed to this report.
A French police officer stands outside a Muslim prayer hall in Corsica’s capital Ajaccio on April 30, 2016 after it was destroyed by a fire (AFP Photo/Yannick Graziani)
by, AFP | Yahoo News | h/t Blazing CatFur
Ajaccio (France) (AFP) – A Muslim prayer hall on the French island of Corsica was ravaged by fire on Saturday in what prosecutors said was probably a criminal attack.
The blaze occurred just months after the island, popular with tourists for its turquoise waters and picturesque mountains, was rocked by anti-Arab riots over Christmas.
The building, one of the largest prayer halls in the capital Ajaccio, suffered major damage in the fire, said Abdallah Zekri, the head of the National Observatory Against Islamophobia.
He called on the authorities “to do everything to shed light on this incident in order to avoid an escalation of violence”.
“It has been calm since the end of the year, but unfortunately certain ill-intentioned people want to inflame the situation,” he told AFP.
Protests erupted on the Mediterranean island over Christmas after firefighters and police called to a low-income immigrant neighbourhood were ambushed and attacked.
Demonstrators shouting slogans such as “This is our home!” and “Arabs get out”, vandalised a prayer hall and set fire to books including copies of the Koran.
Several anti-Muslim acts occurred in the weeks that followed, including an attack on a Muslim butcher’s shop.
French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve issued a statement on Saturday expressing “solidarity with the Muslims of Corsica”.
He also voiced the “commitment of the government to protect all places of worship, and to ensure freedom of worship throughout the territory”.
Nationalists won regional elections in Corsica for the first time in December.
The island has the second largest proportion of foreigners in France, at between eight and 10 percent of the total population, after the Paris region.
Previously in Corsica…
(Note: Clearly, this news segment was narrated by a biased French IslamoNazi sympathizer…)
Video courtesy of: RT
Nous sommes les infidèles de la Corse
by, Fria Tider | Mad World News | h/t Glen Roberts @ Trop
A Somali refugee kidnapped a woman, forced her to crawl on all fours, and raped her before pouring lighter fluid all over her body to “dispose of evidence.” However, when the prosecutor requested the maximum sentence for the violent rapist, a leftist judge had something else in mind.
In August 2015, a young woman was enjoying a fishing trip with a male friend in Gothenburg, Sweden, when she decided to head to a nearby store and stock up on food and beverages that evening. It was on the way back that she ran into a 34-year-old Somali migrant who changed her view of open borders forever.
According to local online newspaper Uber Uutiset, the migrant attacked her from behind on a bike path, forced her to crawl on the ground, and held a knife to her throat as he tore off her skirt and panties. He brutally raped the woman, telling her afterward, “You can have 10,000 krona (app. $1242) if you follow me home and get to f*** you all day.”
He then poured lighter fluid all over the victim’s back and buttocks, saying, “Otherwise, I’ll go there — you know?” The woman knew that he meant to burn her alive in order to dispose of the evidence of his crime and that he hoped the prostitution proposition would put him in the clear. Before the woman managed to miraculously escape, the migrant stole her cellphone as a souvenir.
As the court heard the victim’s testimony, the prosecution believed that requesting the migrant’s deportation would be easily obtained. However, the judge at Gothenburg Public Prosecution had other plans.
‘..Even though the migrant has been previously convicted of dozens of offenses during his stay in Sweden, he will not be deported..’ Fria Tider reports.
The court heard at a trial on Wednesday that although the man is not a Swedish citizen, he has once again avoided deportation, as the judge denied the prosecution’s request to send the aggressive rapist back to Somalia.
Instead of a well deserved prison sentence and deportation, the migrant was sentenced to only 5-and-a-half years in jail for rape and robbery. Of course, his thick criminal record already includes domestic violence, but this wasn’t enough for the liberal court to keep him off the streets, much less out of the country.
In just over a decade, Sweden has suffered liberal immigration policies that have caused rape and other offenses to skyrocket. From 2003 to 2005, the country’s rape statistics shot up from an average of 9.24 per 100,000 people to 36.8. Just three years after that, it nearly doubled.
Statistics show that nearly 1 out of 4 Swedish women will be raped in their lifetime, as Stockholm alone averages 5 rapes per day. Now, Sweden has the second highest number of rapes of any country in the world, and it is six times higher than that of the U.S.
While apologists would have us believe that this is due to Swedish citizens’ lack of multiculturalism, it is that very leftist ideal that accounts for such a high assault rate. Like the Somali migrant, Sweden’s 5-percent minority from Islamic countries accounts for 77 percent of the rapes committed by foreigners, proving that the Muslim refugee crisis is much more of a threat than taking in asylum seekers from non-Muslim nations.
Like most of Europe, Sweden is shooting itself in the foot with its own progressive agenda. The left is so concerned with creating a multicultural utopia that they cannot see that their culture is the one that will be exterminated.
Five Christian Girls Kidnapped and Forcibly Converted to Islam:
by, Stoyan Zaimov | CP World
Five Christian girls have been kidnapped and forced to convert to Islam just this month, according to a human rights group that monitors ongoing abuses of religious minorities in Pakistan.
“In April in the area of Kasur alone, five Christian girls were kidnapped and converted to Islam and forced to marry their captors. These girls are denied the legal protection of individual rights,” said Sardar Mushtaq Gill, a lawyer with Legal Evangelical Association Development in Pakistan.
Fides News Agency reported Monday that the latest victim was 23-year-old Laveeza Bibi from the Kasur district in Punjab, who earlier this month was kidnapped by two Muslims who stormed her house armed with guns, kidnapping the girl and threatening her parents.
One of the abductors, identified by the name Muhammad Talib, reportedly forced Bibi to marry him and become a Muslim.
Sarwar Masih, the girl’s father, reportedly went to the police, asking them to register a First Information Report of the crime, but officers had to be persuaded by Gill and a local pastor before finally agreeing to do so.
Gill said the ‘phenomenon continues to have unacceptable proportions,’ with many cases every year of Christian girls being forced into Muslim marriage going unreported.
Lead has vowed that it will continue to fight for justice for women in Pakistan, especially minority religious populations such as Christians and Hindus, which Gill said are the most vulnerable and defenseless people in the country.
There have been several different reports this past year of Christian girls in Pakistan being targeted, injured, and even killed by Muslims for refusing their sexual advances.
Back in January, the British Pakistani Christian Association reported that three young Christian girls were walking home at night in Lahore, Defence Colony, when they started being harassed by four drunk Muslim men in a car.
After the girls rejected the lewd advances of the men, the Muslims crashed their car into the girls, seriously injuring two of them, but killing the third, 17-year-old Kiran.
“All three families are really shook-up, Shamroza and Sumble are grateful to God for saving them but have been inconsolable at the loss of a close friend. Other girls in the local area are now too scared to travel at night and are being accompanied by the men in their families. The community wants justice for poor Kiran and seeks an end to the targeting of young Christian girls,” Naveed Aziz of the BPCA said at the time.
Other persecution watchdog groups, such as International Christian Concern, have also warned that Christians are “considered second class citizens” by the Muslim majority in the country, with Christian girls and women especially subjected to violence and threats.
Young Christian Woman Gang-Raped by Muslims in Pakistan:
by, Stoyan Zaimov | CP World
A Christian woman in Pakistan was brutally attacked and gang-raped by two young Muslim men while her husband was away serving in the army.
The attackers also threatened the woman’s young daughter, the British Pakistani Christian Association said on Monday, forcing her to comply to their demands.
“The men treated me like an animal, telling me I was a worthless Christian, but I know my God is a great God. When I screamed they told me that they knew my husband was away and that I was unprotected. They threatened to kill my child if I did not comply with their perverse demands,” said the victim, 30-year-old Asia Mushtaq from the Toba Tak Singh district.
“They said Christian women are all whores and they would come back and repeat their debauchery if I ever told anyone. I feel so unclean now, but have done nothing wrong. I want these men to be punished and hope the law will protect me,” she added.
The husband, 32-year-old Shakil Khan, was on duty in Peshawar at the time serving the army.
The Muslim attackers knew that Khan was away when they entered the family home at night and attacked Mushtaq. They reportedly bound her wrists and ankles to the bed, before raping her, and threatened to kill her 2-year-old daughter if she resisted.
The Christian woman reported the violent attack at Rajanan Police Station first thing in the morning, and BPCA confirmed that a First Information Report has been registered.
The alleged rapists have since been apprehended by the police, the human rights group said, but because they come from wealthy and influential families, the Pakistani Army has so far refused to offer assistance to Khan as he pursues justice for his wife.
“Another woman finds herself a target of the whims of brutal Muslim rapists in Pakistan, in a society that targets its most vulnerable community: Christians. Furthermore, this time a soldier, whose only desire was to serve and protect his country, has found that the majority of his country do not feel the same way about him,” said Wilson Chowdhry, chairman of the BPCA.
“Moreover, the army he serves has offered little or no protection despite threats being made against him and his family. It pains me to say this but the complex acts of betrayal leave me feeling that Christians have no place in Pakistan’s theocratic society,” Chowdhry added.
Christian girls and women have been subjected to increasingly violent attacks this past year at the hands of Muslim attackers. Sardar Mushtaq Gill, a lawyer with Legal Evangelical Association Development in Pakistan, said earlier this week that at least five Christian girls have been been kidnapped, married off and forced to convert to Islam in April alone.
“In April in the area of Kasur alone, five Christian girls were kidnapped and converted to Islam and forced to marry their captors. These girls are denied the legal protection of individual rights,” Gill told Fides News Agency.
On many occasions Pakistan’s local police has failed to register a First Information Report of the crimes, reflecting the persecution that Christians in the country face.
Gill argued that the ‘phenomenon continues to have unacceptable proportions,’ with a number of cases each year of Christian girls being forced into Muslim marriage going unreported.
Pictured above: “The Left Behind.” – Roula and Malek, two of the Syrian Christians that were removed from the list and replaced with additional Muslims.
Pope Francis and Advisers ‘Hand-pick’ 12 Muslims to Come Live with Him at the Vatican.
by, Isabel Hunter | Daily Mail – UK | h/t NTEB News and Glen Roberts @ Trop
A Christian brother and sister from Syria say they have been ‘let down’ by the Pope after he left them behind in a Lesbos refugee camp despite promises they would be given a new life in Italy.
Roula and Malek Abo say they were two of the lucky ‘chosen 12’ refugees selected by the Vatican to be taken from the desperate camp and housed in Rome.
But what seemed like the chance of a lifetime was cruelly snatched away when they were told the following day they couldn’t go. Instead three Muslim families were taken.
Roula, 22, and her brother arrived on Lesbos on April 1 – ten days after the controversial EU deal to return all asylum seekers arriving to Greece from Turkey.
Their application for asylum is being process and they are waiting to learn if they will be sent back to Turkey.
Stuck on Lesbos, Roula told MailOnline: ‘If they can do this for 12 people they can do it for more.
‘If you have promised to take people back to Italy will something like registration papers stand in your way?’
Neither Community Sant’Egidio, the charity which organised the trip, or the Vatican would explain the selection process over which migrants were picked.
Spokesman Massimiliano Signifredi called the incident ‘regrettable’ – adding: ‘The problem here is the three Syrians arrived after the March 20 deadline. They arrived just after the agreement between the European Union and Turkey.
Mr Signifredi said: ‘Our staff went to Lesbos and spoke with the people who were selected. But everything was decided by the Vatican.
‘The question why the Pope took only Muslims is difficult to understand and he was suffering, I think, because he wanted to do something also for Christians as the chief of the Catholic Church. But he couldn’t because there is this international agreement [with the EU].’
The Vatican declined to comment.
Still reeling over her dream being so cruelly dashed, Roula had to watch the three fortunate families board a plane for a new life in Europe while she and her brother were left behind to face an uncertain future in Greece.
Pope Francis, the son of Italian immigrants to Argentina, said the decision to take a dozen to Italy was a gesture of goodwill to set an example to the world to extend the hand of friendship during Europe’s migrant crisis.
They are being housed in Rome by Sant’Egidio, which has brought 250 Syrians to Italy since March.
Roula, her brother, 28, and a third man, their friend Samir, also 28, from Damascus, say a day or so before the Pope arrived they were approached by three volunteers believed to be from Sant’Egidio.
She explained: ‘They said they would take us to Italy, to pack our bags and to meet them the next day.
‘It was so secretive – they didn’t announce it to anybody and we were told to keep it a secret.
‘It seemed so unofficial – we didn’t know who they were or if they would really take us,’ Roula added.
‘I thought they might be organ traffickers – we had no idea.’
Samir had no such doubts when he was approached, however.
‘I was so excited to go to Italy – it was such a relief,’ he said. ‘They offered me my future on a plate, and then 24 hours later they took it away.
‘They had even told me that after a few months I could be reunited with my family and they would arrange for them to come from Damascus and join me in Italy.’
But the next day they received the crushing news that their places were given to another family.
The reason they were given was because they had arrived in Greece after the March 20 deadline for the EU deal.
The Pope told reporters on the plane back from Lesbos that it had been the idea of one of his aides and that he had immediately agreed.
‘I felt the spirit was talking to us,’ he said, adding that ‘everything was done according to the rules’, with documents provided by Italy, the Vatican and Greece.
Asked why they were all Muslim, he said there was something wrong with the papers of a Christian family that had originally been on the list.
All 12 migrants from three families have spoken of their delight at being set up in their own flats in Rome capital and given Italian lessons.
‘It was an amazing feeling [to be leaving the camp in Lesbos] because this was our big dream,’ said Hasan, a 31-year-old a garden designer who fled after the Syrian regime tried to make him join the army. He is now in Rome with his son Riad, two, and wife, Nour.
‘When we came here to Sant’Egidio everyone has been very helpful and kind. Now we have our own room [apartment] which is just for us.
‘We have been treated very, very well. We really feel now at last we are safe.’
But 1,200 miles away in the sweltering makeshift camp with the rats, snakes and rubbish of those who remain faced with the prospect of being returned to Turkey is Samir.
‘I was very disappointed,’ he said.
The siblings are trying to stay positive as they want to travel to Germany where their mother is living. But they are at a loss to explain why Sant Edigio volunteers appeared to ‘play god’ and got their hopes up only to let them down.
‘We’re happy for the families that went of course,’ said Roula, who is hoping the charity stands by its promise to fast-track their applications and come back for them, but it is no guarantee.
She went on: ‘We don’t care for one country over another – I just want to be with my mum.’
Roula and Malek left Qamishli, which is in Syria near the Turkish border, in March, in fear for their lives.
‘They killed the Christians in Raqqa we heard, so of course we had to leave,’ Roula said.
Malek added: ‘We stayed as long as possible, because it’s not easy to get the money to leave Syria. It takes you 50 years to buy a house so you don’t decide to leave it in a minute.
‘We were clinging to the hope that it will get better. We know that as soon as we leave the house people will come and take our stuff. We know we can’t go back.
Pictured above: “The Chosen.” – The 12 Muslims whom were chosen by the pope to come live with him at the Vatican.
‘We wanted to finish university – I studied law and Roula was studying to be a primary school teacher.’
The pair had hoped finishing their education would give them a better chance to start a new life in Europe, but Roula had to abandon her studies to flee.
Samir left Syria for Turkey late last year, just before Christmas, after he escaped being forced to join President Assad’s army fighting a war he doesn’t believe in and do his military service.
‘They force you to sign up and they make you kill people – if you don’t, they kill you. I had to leave,’ he told MailOnline.
Like many Syrians, he first tried to make a new life for himself in Turkey, despite having to wait for months on the Turkish-Syrian border, as Turkey has abandoned its open door policy to allow refugees fleeing the violence to safety.
‘I was in Istanbul for three months trying to find work. I tried so hard, but it was impossible. People look down on you there – they don’t want to hire Syrians,’ he said.
So he joined the thousands of his desperate countrymen and the now standard fee of €2,000 to cross to Lesbos on a rubber dinghy.
In Kara Tepe, the camp named in Turkish because it is above the black cliffs smugglers tell their newly branded captains to aim for, Samir, Roula and Malek joined 900 other refugees deemed vulnerable and have their applications on hold.
Much preferred to the feared Moria detention centre where migrants are sent upon arrival, the camp is nestled on hillside surrounded by olive trees, and is exclusively reserved for families who have vulnerable members – those who are disabled, have severe trauma and are survivors of torture or rape, or are single women, pregnant or lactating mothers.
Inhabitants are free to go to the supermarket, as long as they have written permission, and are served meals twice a day.
NGOs provide humanitarian assistance and volunteers help out with clothes distribution and activities for the bored children.
While the residents are free to leave, if they are caught outside the camp without written permission, they face deportation or will be moved to the Moria detention centre.
But it is miserable and the atmosphere is tense.
For many the disappointment of having made it to Greece and across the water to be told they cannot go any further is too much to bear – made worse by the conditions.
‘We get told that we are lucky to be here in this field,’ grandmother Kawther Yousef told MailOnline, ‘but what are we, sheep?’
‘This is the fifth snake the boys have killed – they’re all about this size, they’re babies – but where is the mother?’ another grandmother called Susan from Kobane added.
The group of women are all alone – their husbands have either died in the fighting or they have gone ahead to Europe and are desperate to be reunited.
All three families selected by the charity were taken from Kara Tepe camp to meet the Pope in Mytilene before jetting off to their new lives in Rome.
But for the hundreds left behind, the idea of selecting such a small number people seemingly at random is a hard pill to swallow.
Sunnah al-Hadith – The Teachings of Muhammad
Book 008, Number 3311:
‘..A’isha (Allah be pleased with her) reported that Allah’s Apostle (may peace be upon him) married her when she was seven years old, and she was taken to his house as a bride when she was nine, and her dolls were with her; and when he (the Holy Prophet) died she was eighteen years old..’
In the next hadith, we learn that playing with dolls is only permitted for prepubescent children:
Volume 8, Book 73, Number 151:
‘..I used to play with the dolls in the presence of the Prophet, and my girlfriends also used to play with me. When Allah’s Apostle used to enter (my dwelling place) they used to hide themselves, but the Prophet would call them to join and play with me. (The playing with the dolls and similar images is forbidden, but it was allowed for ‘Aisha at that time, as she was a little girl, not yet reached the age of puberty.)..’ (Fateh-al-Bari page 143, Vol.13)
Volume 1, Book 6, Number 298:
‘..The Prophet and I used to take a bath from a single pot while we were Junub. During the menses, he used to order me to put on an Izar (dress worn below the waist) and used to fondle me. While in Itikaf, he used to bring his head near me and I would wash it while I used to be in my periods (menses)..’
Conclusive Evidence From Hadith Muhammad Raped 9-Year-old Aisha PRIOR to Reaching Puberty:
Video courtesy of: David and Sam @ Answering Muslims
So then, what does all this mean to the Muslim?
Well, even according to the teachings of Islam, intercourse with a ‘pre-pubescent’ child is rape.
The only “attempted” justification the Muslim has possessed in the past to defend against accusations that Muhammad raped Aisha was to claim; ‘..Muhammad did not ‘rape’ Aisha because she had already reached puberty, thereby making the consummation ‘consensual’ according to Islamic teachings.
Well, ..it appears that even ‘their own’ books contradict that false-narrative.
Therefore, the honest, educated Muslim must acknowledge one of the following:
1. Our books contain false teachings from Muhammad and false narrations from Aisha herself.
2. Our prophet was a paedophile child-rapist and we accept this truth and I still desire to follow him.
3. There is no way in hell that I can continue to believe this garbage, nor can I follow in the way of a man who would rape a little girl. – I want OUT of ISLAM! NOW!
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by, Jürgen Freitag | Freie Presse | h/t jonah70757
A concerned grandfather voiced his concerns about the increasing incidents of sexual harassment of young girls on their way to school by migrants in a meeting in the German town of Bad Schlema. His own granddaughter has been victim of sexual harassment and he fears it will be much worse when girls will wear less clothing in the summer or dress for physical education. The mayor’s reply angered the over 100 citizens who were present: “It’s simple, don’t provoke them and don’t walk in these areas.”
The crowd went furious, some mocked the absurdity of not being able to walk to school in your own town, some demanded he step down immediately. Later the situation escalated and the Mayor threatened to call the police and clear the room because of incitement of hatred (sources below).
He said it’s “technically not necessary to walk near the refugee shelters, there are alternative routes.”
LISTEN to the crowd at this Town Hall Meeting when the Mayor of Bad Schlema had the audacity to blame the little German girls (under age 10) for sexually provoking the Muslim Immigrants: (NOTE: This is the EXACT SAME EXCUSE Muslim men use for raping little girls.)
Later the citizens went on how government actions leave them no other choice than drift off to the Right political spectrum. In many cases the so-called “refugees” receive more benefits, better housing and more legal protection than natives. They also face very little legal consequences for sexual harassment, theft and vandalism. Because of the refugee crisis, Germany’s new Right Wing Party “Alternative for Germany” went from under 4% to 12.5% in latest polls.
In Islam, any woman not wearing a headscarf or not dressing modestly is considered “fair game” and is therefore free to rape. The number of rapes has increased dramatically ever since Germany has opened the flood gates to millions of young Muslim men. Police are instructed to cover up the nationality of rapists – this tower of lies collapsed after the huge scale gang sex attacks in Cologne with over 500 women being attacked simultaneously.
Wijdan Yasir, a 28-year-old recently arrived Muslim Immigrant from Pakistan, charged with sexually assaulting 2 small female children and a woman in Lethbridge swimming pool. Photo courtesy of: Ezra Levant
by, The Calgary Sun | h/t Ezra Levant
A Calgary man is facing sex assault charges after a woman and two girls said they were groped in a Lethbridge swimming pool.
Police were called to a south Lethbridge hotel Saturday after receiving a complaint a strange man inappropriately touched a woman and two minors in the hotel pool.
A man was found by police and arrested without incident.
Wijdan Yasir, a 28-year-old Calgary man, has been charged with three counts of sexual assault and two charges of sexual interference with a minor.
Yasir was released on $1,000 bail and is scheduled to appear in a Lethbridge court on April 29.
Police say there may be other victims or witnesses who may not have been identified, given that the incident took place in a hotel pool. Police said anyone with information should call them.