Here is yet another story demonstrating the cultural capitulation of the West to Islam. In France, there is now no legal age of consent for sexual activity, and in Britain, this police officer wanted to be “culturally sensitive” when he should have been opening an investigation into child abuse. Standing up for Western values and mores has become “racism” and “islamophobia.” This must stop; if it doesn’t, it can only end with the full imposition of sharia.
“Forced marriage: Officer asked if Iraqi man could date a 12-year-old,” by Paul Morgan-Bentley, The Times, August 4, 2018 (thanks to Mark):
A police officer phoned a charity to ask whether it was “culturally acceptable” for an Iraqi paedophile to have a 12-year-old girlfriend.
The detective had arrested the 26-year-old man but wanted to be “culturally sensitive” after the suspect said the relationship was acceptable in his community. Karma Nirvana, the charity that took the call, told the officer to deal with the man as he would any other suspected child abuser.
The charity, which works with victims of forced marriage, said that the case showed the danger of officers whose professional judgment was clouded by fear of being called racist.
The call log, shared with The Times, says that the policeman asked for advice because “the accused is stating that it is ‘completely acceptable in my…
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