DAILYKENN.com -- The 20-year-old Muslim who raped a 10-year-old boy claimed the attack was ok because it is culturally acceptable in his home country.
Muslims are granted asylum in the West due to perceived oppression in their homelands. In reality, they are insurgents who are importing their violent Islamic culture.
The crime occurred in Sydney, Australia.
According to dailymail.co.uk:
Mufiz Rahaman, 20, said he thought raping a 10-year-old boy was okay. The Myanmar refugee said it was culturally acceptable in his home land. The court heard Rahaman tried to offer the boy money and denied rape. Rahaman is a Rohingya Muslim - as was his young victim.
A refugee who raped a ten-year-old boy has claimed he did not know sexually assaulting the child was wrong as it was 'culturally acceptable' in his homeland.
Mufiz Rahaman told Sydney's Downing Centre Court raping children was not seen as morally wrong in his native Myanmar when he pleaded guilty to the aggravated sexual assault of a 10-year-old refugee on Wednesday, the Daily Telegraph reported.
The 20-year-old and his young victim are both stateless Rohingya Muslims - a group of people considered illegal immigrants from Bangladesh by the Buddhist-majority in Myanmar - who came to Australia to flee religious persecution.
When the boy's father returned he noticed the door had been shut and overheard Rahaman tell the boy: 'I'll give you money for this.'
'My father will hit me,' the boy responded.
The boy's dad stormed into the room and found Rahaman lying on top of his son who was face down on the bed with his pants around his knees.
He asked: 'What are you doing to this little boy? You're an adult.'
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