This ridiculously light sentence shows that the British authorities are still not serious about cracking down on Muslim rape gangs. No doubt they are still frightened of charges of “islamophobia.” They did nothing when their young girls, the future of their nation, were being abused and having their lives destroyed by Muslim rapists. One of the victims did a comprehensive interview with me here and here. She had over 100 names of rapists and traffickers, but the police “didn’t have time” to take all the names.And today, they still do nothing, even after massive international publicity. But they did ban me from visiting the UK, because my presence would be “not conducive to the public good.”
“UK: Fake ‘Child Refugee’ Gets Weak Sentence for Violent Rape of 14-Year-Old Schoolgirl,” by Virginia Hale, Breitbart, June 2, 2018:
An Egyptian adult who broke into Britain and claimed to be a Syrian child has been jailed for just three and a half years for the “severe and prolonged” rape of a vulnerable schoolgirl.
At Brighton Crown Court, Karam Majdi, who now claims to be 19, was told he would be deported after serving half of a seven-year sentence in a young offenders unit — although the Home Office has a poor track record on following through with deportation orders.
After entering the UK illegally in 2016, Majdi claimed to have fled fighting in Aleppo. But, following a language assessment, authorities believe the man lied about being Syrian and that he actually hails from Egypt, the Daily Mail reports.
Although his asylum claim was rejected by the Home Office, Majdi was offered “wonderful” services and assistance at British taxpayers’ expense, the court heard at sentencing.
During a five-day trial, he was found guilty of raping a 14-year-old girl he met online through social media, where he used the pseudonym “Mano Love”.
The victim had met Majdi in person twice before the attack, which took place at a chance meeting between the pair when the schoolgirl went to visit a friend at a youth hostel.
The prosecution said that a group of four people including Majdi and the girl were watching a film after taking drugs, when the defendant “started to touch her”.
“She said she didn’t want to do this,” said prosecutor Henrietta Paget.
“She told him to stop and he forced himself on top of her.
“She told police she lay there feeling weak and later took pictures of the bruises on her legs and hips,” Paget told the court….
Sentencing, Judge Shani Barnes said Majdi had been given ample help from social workers and public services in Britain to “assist [him] into developing into a fully functioning, law-abiding member of the community”.
“Whatever you went through as a young man in your own country, you were offered a wonderful service.”
But despite this, the teenager continued to neglect to follow “the simplest rules of courtesy and behaviour” while living in Britain, the court heard….
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