Pedophile Claims His Religion Doesn’t Condemn Child Sex – Look What The Court Ruled

Well, if this is a defense tactic that’s now being used to justify statutory rape, we’re bound to see more of it.

And you thought the ‘I fell on her and accidentally penetrated her’ was a bad defense…

Adil Rashid, an 18-year old Muslim man from Birmingham said that he didn’t know that having sex with a 13-year old girl was illegal in the United Kingdom.

Rashid, who it seems was taught in a madrassa in the UK, that women were ‘no more worthy than a lollipop that had been dropped on the ground’.

The judge said that because of his ‘isolation’ in the Muslim faith school and the closed-off nature of his Islamic community that Rashid was ‘very naive and immature’.

A muslim who raped a 13-year-old girl he groomed on Facebook has been spared a prison sentence after a judge heard he went to an Islamic faith school where he was taught that women are worthless.

Adil Rashid, 18, claimed he was not aware that it was illegal for him to have sex with the girl because his education left him ignorant of British law.

Yesterday Judge Michael Stokes handed Rashid a suspended sentence, saying: ‘Although chronologically 18, it is quite clear from the reports that you are very naive and immature when it comes to sexual matters.’

What happened to ‘ignorance of the law is no excuse‘?

Or is it that we have to treat Muslims with kid gloves so that they can continue their abuse of women?

Rashid and the girl had communicated via Facebook for two months and then texted each other before they met in Nottingham where he had booked a hotel room.

Yep, sounds naive and immature to me.

So a 13-year old was raped…

…this guy didn’t know it was wrong. And he was tempted, so it’s not like you can expect him to actually exert control over his sexual feelings.

He claims he was hesitant to have sex with the girl, but he was ‘seduced’.

He told police he knew the girl was 13 but said he was initially reluctant to have sex before relenting after being seduced.

Earlier the court heard how Rashid had ‘little experience of women’ due to his education at an Islamic school in the UK, which cannot be named for legal reasons.

After his arrest, he told a psychologist that he did not know having sex with a 13-year-old was against the law. The court heard he found it was illegal only when he was informed by a family member.

In other interviews with psychologists, Rashid claimed he had been taught in his school that ‘women are no more worthy than a lollipop that has been dropped on the ground’.

That’s not the story from the 13-year old, though.

She told police that they went to the hotel and stayed there for about 2 hours. The girl that cannot be named because she is a minor said that the pair had sex after Rashid went into the bathroom and came out wearing a condom.

What a seductress!

A regular succubus, that one.

How did he resist the temptation and actually make it into the room without jumping her — I mean without her jumping him, of course.

He’s practically claiming that he was raped by her.

‘He’s had an unusual education, certainly in terms of the sexual education provided. Comparing women to lollipops is a very curious way of teaching young men about sex.’

But he said that Rashid knew what he was doing was wrong.

‘It was made clear to you at the school you attended that having sexual relations with a woman before marriage was contrary to the precepts of Islam,’ he said.

Addressing Rashid, the judge said: ‘I accept this was a case where the girl was quite willing to have sexual activity with you. But the law is there to protect young girls, even though they are perfectly happy to engage in sexual activity.’
Source: Daily Mail

The age of consent laws are there for a reason.

A 13-year old cannot give consent.

Rashid knew that the girl was only 13 and he still had sex with her.

The normal sentence is 4 to 7 years incarceration.

But because he is from a ‘closed community’ and ‘naive’ he gets a slap on the wrist of a suspended sentence?

Puh-leeze!

The fact that he lived in the UK and is so ignorant of the society in which he lives is an indictment of his ‘closed community’.

He should be given a harsh sentence instead of a light one.

Or are British courts encouraging this kind of treatment of women and young girls?

This is ridiculous.

What else will they excuse for being part of a ‘closed community’?

Abuse?

Murder?

Acts of terror?

This is why the Leftists need to be stopped. Their ‘multicultural’ worldview excuses this kind of behavior.

Like the so-called doctors performing Female Genital Mutilation in America.

And nada is said about the Imams advocating for it.

Heck, look at Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau removing the words ‘barbaric cultural practices’ from their citizenship guide!

This refugee in Canada that said he didn’t know it was wrong to beat his wife with a hockey stick.

Maybe we should make sure that people from other cultures understand what living in the West means — and make sure they’re on-board before we start handing them the benefits of our tolerant, free society.

Where are all those women with their pink hats?

Maybe they could say something about this treatment of women?

Nah, they wouldn’t want to be called ‘intolerant’.

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