* Tu Quoque:
Â Muhammedans around the world are always quick to point at scandals involving Christians, usually -Catholic- priests, Â whenever anyoneÂ criticizesÂ the appallingÂ child-abuse in Islamic countries. Â The biggest difference between the Islamics and the West is simply that child-abuse is sanctioned in the Koran and the hadith.Â Therefore little, if anything, is done about it and reliable data is hard to come by.Â
Sadly, from the 7th century onwards, Muhammedans have faithfully followed their pedophile profit, Â and ‘married’ 9-year old girls and younger. Â The sexual abuse of young boys is not only endemic inÂ Afghanistan.Â Â The abuse of child camel jockeys in Dubai, Â child soldiers in Somalia and suicide bombers in the Middle East is as much the face of Islam as the disseminating Bunglawussi in Londonistan or the slick, tawiyya spinning, morally and culturally equivalencing lawyer Irfan Yusuf Downunder: all Â are ‘defending Islam, ‘ Â deflecting Â criticism away from Islam, from the preying eyes of the kuffar. Because ‘war is deceit’, said Muhammad.
To understand the doctrine correctly, one must also understand that there are armies of Muslims out there who will do just about anything to ‘defend the faith’, because it is their religious duty to pull the wool over the eyes and ears of suspicious kuffars. Because an enemy that is Â unaware of a threat andÂ doesn’tÂ prepare for defence Â is much easier to divide and conquer than an enemy which is prepared Â and ready for war.
Sex attack by mosque leader ‘changed my girl’, mum tells court
A GIRL aged 15 suffered a personality change after a sexual assault by a mosque leader, a jury heard yesterday.
The girl’s mother told a court she “wasn’t the same girl” after the attack she said Farooq Hussain carried out.
She said: “She was very innocent. She wasn’t like a normal 15-year-old girl. She didn’t know anything about sexual contact at that time.”
The girl, now 20, told Perth Sheriff Court she had been in a restaurant belonging to Hussain when he pounced .
She said: “He started touching my leg and I told him to get off me, which he didn’t. I tried to get away and he pushed me against a filing cabinet.
“He tried to put his hand down my trousers. He went up my top with his hands as well.”
She said she then fled from the Al Farooq Tandoori Restaurant and hid behind a library.
She said the incident had left her angry and self-conscious and she had dyed her hair to change her appearance.
She added: “I have seen him since, passing in cars. I just break down and cry. I’m scared as well.”
The court previously heard from another girl who was 14 when she said she was attacked twice by Hussain last summer.
Married Hussain, 56, head of a mosque in Perth and a prominent member of Scotland’s Muslim community, denies sex attacks on three young girls.
The trial continues.