No one knows the real name of the Port Hills Groper, the Muslim refugee who stalked and attacked over a dozen women jogging in Port Hills, even though he was arrested, tried and sentenced. Instead the New Zealand court gave him “permanent name suppression” to protect his status in his Muslim community.
Judge Jane Farish, who had told a Maori rapist who had lured an Australian tourist into a dark street and beat her while trying to tear off her clothing “If I had my way I would release you today,” let the groper off with community service because his actions were caused by “cultural ambiguities.”
The Muslim groper had blamed his serial assaults on “a misunderstanding of cultural differences” claiming that he had just been trying to be friendly. In his Middle Eastern Muslim culture, friendliness apparently consisted of forcibly groping female joggers while telling them “Happy New Year.”
In neighboring Australia, Muslim cultural misunderstandings have become a big problem for women.
Esmatullah Sharifi, an Afghan refugee, offered an Australian woman a ride home and then put his right hand around her neck and his left hand over her mouth and raped her. Sharifi’s lawyers claimed that due to cultural differences he was confused about the nature of consent.
This wasn’t Sharifi’s first misunderstanding of the difference between rape and sex. He had already been sentenced to 7 years in jail for raping an Australian teenager on Christmas Day in 2008.
The sentencing judge rejected Sharifi’s excuse, but a court of appeals judge found that claiming cultural differences was a valid basis for an appeal.
This wasn’t the first case of Muslim cultural misunderstanding assault in Australia.
Last year, an Egyptian Muslim cleric was arrested for groping women on a beach. The spokesman for the Dee Why Mosque said that by groping a grandmother pushing a stroller and an underage girl, Ahmed Alkahly had been “showing love and compassion but had misunderstood the cultural differences between Australia and Egypt.”
In Muslim Egypt, 99.3% of women and girls have been sexually harassed. What is ordinary behavior in Egyptian Muslim culture is a criminal act in Australia where women are considered to be human beings.
That is the cultural difference between the Muslim world and the Western world.
There are no “free women” in Islam. There are women who belong to one man and there are women who belong to all men. There are wives and daughters or women who can be enslaved by any man.
Women can be covered meat or uncovered meat, but they cannot be considered people. When they are raped, the deciding question is whether they were at home or outside, whether they were covered meat or uncovered meat, whether they were acting like good Pakistani girls or bad Western women.
The Taliban aren’t just in Afghanistan and Pakistan anymore, they are everywhere in the West that Pakistani, Afghani and other Muslim migrants settle. Expecting them to respect the rights of Western women is asking them to turn their backs on their culture and religion and that is as likely to happen in Muslim settlements in the UK, France and Australia… as it is in Afghanistan.
The Taliban and their views on women have come to the West. And Western judges are choosing to respect Muslim rape culture over the rights of women.
Read more at Front Page
- “From Pakistan to the Streets of Oxford – Understanding the Ideological Foundation of Sexual Abuse in Islam” (counterjihadreport.com)
- Muslim (paedophile) rape Jihad: 1,000 rapes reported in Stockholm in just 7 months, 300 of them involve girls younger than 15 years! (thebritanistandaily.wordpress.com)
- Rape Jihad in the West: Muslim rape wave in Sweden(atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com)
1 in 4 Swedish Women Will Be Raped as Sexual Assaults Increase 500% (counterjihadreport.com)
Rape and the Islamic Doctrine That Allows It (counterjihadreport.com)
Islam, Rape and Theology (counterjihadreport.com)
Islam: Root Cause of Grooming and Rape Wave (counterjihadreport.com)
Sacrificing Our Daughters: On the Psychology of Islamic Rape-Gangs (counterjihadreport.com)