DAILYKENN.com -- A three-year-old boy was raped by multiple people at a center for Muslims seeking asylum in Norway.
The crime occurred in the city of Stavanger. The center houses about 800 Islamic insurgents posing as refugees.
Linda Hagen of Hero, a private company that runs 40 percent of Norway's reception centres for refugees, explained that the aim is to help asylum-seekers 'avoid mistakes as they discover Norwegian culture'.
'There has to be tolerance for attitudes that may be seen as immoral by some traditional or religious norms,' she said. — dailymail.co.ukPlease report typos...
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'We have no suspects yet,' police superintendent Bjørn Kåre Dahl told local newspaper Stavanger Aftenblad, as reported by The Local.
'We are investigating the case as if the worst thing has happened and that we are talking about the rape of a child'.
Dahl did not rule out that there could be several perpetrators. 'We will investigate further to find out what happened. If it is what we fear – a rape – then this is very serious. But we do not know for certain yet,' he said.
The boy, who has been taken to the rape crisis clinic with his mother and then to the children's ward at Stavanger University Hospital, has been questioned by authorities along with several other people.
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