- In Australia, Norway, Sweden and other Western nations,
there is a distinct race-based crime in motion being ignored by the diversity
police: Islamic men are raping Western women for ethnic reasons. We know
this because the rapists have openly declared their sectarian motivations.
- When a number of teenage Australian girls were subjected
to hours of sexual degradation during a spate of gang rapes in Sydney that
occurred between 1998 and 2002, the perpetrators of these assaults framed
their rationale in ethnic terms. The young victims were informed that they
were "sluts" and "Aussie pigs" while they were being
hunted down and abused.
- In Australia's New South Wales Supreme Court in December
2005, a visiting Pakistani rapist testified that his victims had no right
to say no, because they were not wearing a headscarf.
- And earlier this year Australians were outraged when
Lebanese Sheik Faiz Mohammed gave a lecture in Sydney where he informed
his audience that rape victims had no one to blame but themselves. Women,
he said, who wore skimpy clothing, invited men to rape them.
- A few months earlier, in Copenhagen, Islamic mufti and
scholar, Shahid Mehdi created uproar when like his peer in Australia
he stated that women who did not wear a headscarf were asking to
- And with haunting synchronicity in 2004, the London Telegraph
reported that visiting Egyptian scholar Sheik Yusaf al-Qaradawi claimed
female rape victims should be punished if they were dressed immodestly
when they were raped. He added, "For her to be absolved from guilt,
a raped woman must have shown good conduct."
- In Norway and Sweden, journalist Fjordman warns of a
rape epidemic. Police Inspector Gunnar Larsen stated that the steady increase
of rape-cases and the link to ethnicity are clear, unmistakable trends.
Two out of three persecutions for rape in Oslo are immigrants with a non-Western
background and 80 percent of the victims are Norwegian women.
- In Sweden, according to translator for Jihad Watch, Ali
Dashti, "Gang rapes, usually involving Muslim immigrant males and
native Swedish girls, have become commonplace." A few weeks ago she
said, "Five Kurds brutally raped a 13-year-old Swedish girl."
- In France, Samira Bellil broke her silence after
enduring years of repeated gang rapes in one of the Muslim populated public
housing projects and wrote a book, In the hell of the tournantes,
that shocked France. Describing how gang rape is rampant in the banlieues,
she explained to Time that, "any neighborhood girl who smokes, uses
makeup or wears attractive clothes is a whore."
- Unfortunately, Western women are not the only victims
in this epidemic. In Indonesia, in 1998, human rights groups documented
the testimony of over 100 Chinese women who were gang raped during the
riots that preceded the fall of President Suharto. Many of them were told:
"You must be raped, because you are Chinese and non-Muslim."
- Christian Solidarity Worldwide reported that in April
2005, a 9-year-old Pakistani girl was raped, beaten with a cricket bat,
hanged upside down from the ceiling, had spoonfuls of chillies poured into
her mouth, and repeatedly bashed while handcuffed. Her Muslim neighbours
told her they were taking revenge for the American bombing of Iraqi children
and informed her they were doing it because she was an "infidel and
- In Sudan where Arab Muslims slaughter black Muslim
and Christian Sudanese in an ongoing genocide former Sudanese slave
and now a human rights' activist Simon Deng says he witnessed girls and
women being raped and that the Arab regime of Khartoum sends its soldiers
to the field to rape and murder. In other reports, women who are captured
by government forces are asked; "Are you Christian or Muslim?"
and those who answer Christian, are gang raped before having their breasts
- This phenomenon of Islamic sexual violence against women
should be treated as the urgent, violent, repressive epidemic it is. Instead,
journalists, academics, and politicians ignore it, rationalize it, or ostracize
those who dare discuss it.
- In Australia, when journalist Paul Sheehan reported honestly
on the Sydney gang rapes, he was called a racist and accused of stirring
up anti-Muslim hatred. And when he reported in his Sydney Morning Herald
column that there was a high incidence of crime amongst Sydney's Lebanese
community, fellow journalist, David Marr sent him an e-mail stating, "That
is a disgraceful column that reflects poorly on us all at the Herald."
- Keysar Trad, vice-president of the Australian Lebanese
Muslim Association said the gang rapes were a "heinous" crime
but complained it was "rather unfair" that the ethnicity of the
rapists had been reported.
- Journalist Miranda Devine reported during the same rape
trials that all reference to ethnicity had been deleted from the victim
impact statement because the prosecutors wanted to negotiate a plea bargain.
- So when Judge Megan Latham declared, "There is no
evidence before me of any racial element in the commission of these offences,"
everyone believed her. And the court, the politicians and most of the press
may as well have raped the girls again.
- Retired Australian detective Tim Priest warned in 2004
that the Lebanese gangs, which emerged in Sydney in the 1990s when
the police were asleep had morphed out of control. "The Lebanese
groups," he said, " were ruthless, extremely violent, and they
intimidated not only innocent witnesses, but even the police that attempted
to arrest them."
- Priest describes how in 2001, in a Muslim dominated area
of Sydney two policemen stopped a car containing three well-known Middle
Eastern men to search for stolen property. As the police carried out their
search they were physically threatened and the three men claimed they were
going to track them down, kill them and then rape their girlfriends.
- According to Priest, it didn't end there. As the Sydney
police called for backup the three men used their mobile phones to call
their associates, and within minutes, 20 Middle Eastern men arrived on
the scene. They punched and pushed the police and damaged state vehicles.
The police retreated and the gang followed them to the police station where
they intimidated staff, damaged property and held the police station hostage.
- Eventually the gang left, the police licked their wounds,
and not one of them took action against the Middle Eastern men. Priest
claims, "In the minds of the local population, the police are cowards
and the message was, 'Lebanese [Muslim gangs] rule the streets.'"
- In France, in the banlieues, where gang rape is now known
simply as tournantes or 'pass-around,' victims know the police will not
protect them. If they complain, Samir Bellil said, they know that they
and their families will be threatened.
- However, Muslim women in the French ghettos are finally
fighting back against gang rape and police non-action. They have begun
a movement called, "We're neither whores nor doormats." They
are struggling against the intrinsic violence that plagues their neighbourhoods
and the culture that condones it.
- In most French prosecutions, the Muslim rapists state
that they do not believe they have committed a crime. And in a frightening
parallel with the gang rapists in Australia, they claim the victim herself
is to blame and accuse her of being a "slut" or a "whore."
- According to The Guardian, during the recent French riots,
a Saudi Prince with shares in News Corporation boasted to a conference
in Dubai that he had phoned Rupert Murdoch and complained about Fox News
describing the disturbances as "Muslim riots." Within half an
hour he said, it was changed to "civil riots."
- Swedish translator, Ali Dashti, stated that in Sweden
when three men raped a 22-year-old woman recently, they said one word to
her. "Whore." Such stories, according to Dashti, are in the Swedish
newspapers every week. And, the politically correct "take great care
not to mention the ethnic background of the perpetrators."
- Sweden's English newspaper The Local reported in July
that Malmo police commander Bengt Lindström had been charged with
inciting racial hatred. He sent e-mails from his home computer to two city
officials. To the head of healthcare, he wrote: "You...treat old Swedes
who have worked hard building up the fatherland like parasites and would
rather give my taxes to criminals called Mohammed from Rosengärd."
- In Malmo, the third largest city in Sweden, the police
have admitted, Dashti says, that they no longer control the city. "It
is effectively ruled by violent gangs of Muslim immigrants." Ambulance
personnel are regularly attacked and spat upon and are now refusing to
help until a police escort arrives. The police are too afraid to enter
parts of the city without backup.
- In early 2005, Norwegian newspapers reported that Oslo
had recorded the highest ever number of rape cases in the previous twelve
months. However, Fjordman explained, the official statistics contained
no data regarding "how immigrants were grossly over represented in
rape cases", and the media remain so strangely silent.
- Oslo Professor of Anthropology, Unni Wikan, said Norwegian
women must take responsibility for the fact that Muslim men find their
manner of dress provocative. And since these men believe women are responsible
for rape, she stated, the women must adapt to the multicultural society
- The BBC pulled a documentary scheduled for screening
in 2004, after police in Britain warned it could increase racial tension.
"In these exceptional circumstances... Channel 4 as a responsible
broadcaster has agreed to the police's request..." The documentary
was to show how Pakistani and other Muslim men sexually abused young, white
English girls as young as 11.
- The number of rapes committed by Muslim men against women
in the last decade is so incredibly high that it cannot be viewed as anything
other than culturally implicit behaviour. It is overtly reinforced and
sanctioned by Islamic religious leaders who blame the victims and excuse
- In three decades of immigration into Western countries,
Islam has caused social upheaval and havoc in every one of its host countries.
No other immigration program has encountered the problems of non-assimilation
and religious ambiguity.
- Everywhere in the world, Muslims are in conflict with
their neighbours. And as Mark Steyn recently said, every conflict appears
to have originated by someone with the name of Mohammed.
- In July 2005, Melbourne Sheik Mohammad Omran told Sixty
Minutes that "...we believe we have more rights than you because we
choose Australia to be our home and you didn't."
- In the same interview visiting Sheik Khalid Yasin warned
"There's no such thing as a Muslim having a non-Muslim friend, so
a non-Muslim could be your associate but they can't be a friend. They're
not your friend because they don't understand your religious principles
and they cannot because they don't understand your faith."
- Despite being told over and over by Islamic scholars,
and witnessing massive influxes of Islamic crime, Western countries continue
to believe in the reality of assimilation and moral relativism.
- In Australia, Lebanese Christians have assimilated and
become a respected part of our community. The Premier of Victoria is a
Lebanese Christian as is the Governor Of New South Wales. However, Lebanese
Muslims have encountered serious problems because of their refusal to accept
our right to live our way of life. Nothing so clearly demonstrates that
it is not an issue of race - but of culture.