Can’t blame all Muslims, nothing to do with Islam, Catholic priests do it too…. blah blah….
No smelly Islamo- trolls yet?
Sick of it. Because Catholic priests don’t have a holy book that permits them to sexually molest children. Â And those who do it know that they are breaking the law. If they get caught they are punished.
Mohammedans see nothing wrong with child molestation. On the contrary, they teach how its done:
“A man can have sexual pleasure from a child as young as a baby. However, he should not penetrate. If he penetrates and the child is harmed then he should be responsible for her subsistence all her life. This girl, however would not count as one of his four permanent wives. The man will not be eligible to marry the girl’s sister.”
Visitor must stay to face porn charges
AMANDA BANKS, The West Australian/thanks to kris
A United Arab Emirates government worker accused of arriving at Perth International Airport with images depicting sexual acts with children as young as three has been forced to remain in WA until his trial after the Supreme Court rejected his bid to go home.
Waleed Hassan Rashid Alnaqbi is facing a maximum 10-year jail term after being arrested at the airport on July 29 and charged by Customs officers with importing child pornography.
In a written decision delivered this week, Supreme Court Justice Peter Blaxell said he considered the child pornography alleged to have been imported by Mr Alnaqbi as the “worst of its kind”.
Justice Blaxell said despite an affidavit by the UAE Ambassador to Australia, Ali Nasser Al Nuaimi, guaranteeing that Mr Alnaqbi would return for court appearances and a proposed $15,000 security payment to the court, there was no extradition treaty between the UAE and Australia and he was not satisfied that the conditions would compel him to return to face a trial.
The prosecution case against Mr Alnaqbi alleges 62 movies were found on his laptop, Blackberry and external computer hard drive.
The movies depicted young children in sexualised poses and children and adults engaged in acts of sexual penetration and oral sex.
Mr Alnaqbi is a citizen of the United Arab Emirates, where he lives with his wife and two children, and is employed by the Government of the emirate of Sharjah as the manager of a non-government organisation.
The 30-year-old accountant is doing a doctorate and has a scholarship which requires him to study at Edith Cowan University’s Joondalup campus.
Justice Blaxell was told that Mr Alnaqbi, who has no criminal record, was at risk of losing his job and could not complete his thesis this year unless he returned to the UAE.
He took into account the hardship which Mr Alnaqbi would suffer if he was unable to return but said he had been charged with a serious offence and the case against him was “very strong”.
Mr Alnaqbi’s trial could be expedited to be heard next month.