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An illegal alien told a court that he should not be convicted of raping his daughter because in his Muslim culture doing that was okay and he did not know it was illegal in western countries.  The illegal alien was charged with raping his older daughter daily for 11 years from the time she was 12 years old.  The court in Paris did not accept that defense.

This comes only a week after a 30 year old Afghan migrant was sentenced to 15 years in prison, also in Paris, for raping a 12 year old French boy.  He had also argued to the court that he should not be convicted because in his culture, "Bacha Bazi" where young boys are turned into sex slaves is accepted and is common.

This problem with Muslim migrants not accepting the norms of western society on sexual activity has been seen all over the world, from Austria, where a Muslim migrant tried to excuse his very brutal rape of a 12 year old boy at a swimming pool by saying he had "a sexual emergency" because he had not had sex in several months and did not understand the child was not consenting because he did not understand German, to a Muslim convicted of raping two young boys in Australia who had also argued to the court that doing so in his home country was legal and accepted and it should be in Australia as well.

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Jim Cox said:
( October 11th, 2021 @ 9:44 pm )
This is too stupid to be an accident. Of course, the manufactured "emergencies" that are flooding Western civilization with "refugees" that aren't really refugees are just one of the ways the enemies of all of Western civilization and individual freedom are destroying the world around us. Pitifully, there are millions of Americans, mostly white, who uncritically accept the claptrap that Western society is simply "racist" and thus "a bad thing." If they were half, even one quarter as smart as they think they are, they'd understand the civilization they so casually take for granted is directly the brainchild of that same Western civilization.
( July 13th, 2021 @ 3:17 pm )
Why do you think they are increasingly called "rapefugees" in Europe? In Sweden, for example, sex crimes have exploded and a university study, getting data with some difficulty, found that the vast majority of rapes and sexual assaults were committed by people born outside Sweden (i.e. migrants). In Germany, the beautiful and talented medical student daughter of a high ranking EU official was raped and murdered by an illegal alien migrant. The perp had already been convicted in Greece of attempted murder of a young woman while on his way to Germany, but released early from prison. He entered Germany claiming to be an "unaccompanied minor" but after his arrest his own father told the court that he was really 29 years old.

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