While on trial, an asylum seeker boasted about brutally raping a teen girl, saying, “Yeah, I did it. Why not?” Unfortunately for him, it only took the judge 7 brilliant words to answer his question.
According to apologists, Islam is no different than any other major religion. In fact, it is widely believed that Islam is the most benevolent ideology, a “religion of peace,” if you will. However, both Islam’s religious texts and history demonstrate that it is arguably the most violent and oppressive religion in the world.
Aside from misogyny, religious supremacy, slavery, and slaughter, the Quran encourages its followers to utilize sexual abuse as a weapon by which to terrorize and subdue the unbelievers. This so-called rape epidemic is merely a form of jihad meant to enforce Sharia law, vanquish defiance of Islam’s mandates, and even punish those guilty of transgressing. This is the primary reason that devout Muslims unashamedly justify sexual assault of Western women.
In June and November of 2017, Sudanese asylum seeker Ishaq Al-Noor, 21, carried out nearly identical attacks on 2 female victims, the BBC reports. After being welcomed into the UK, Al-Noor violently raped a 17-year-old girl in a cemetery before trying to do the same to a mother in the same area just months later.
While on trial, Al-Noor shamelessly bragged about raping the teen, stating, “Yes, I did that. Why not?” Fortunately, the judge had the perfect answer to his shocking question. According to the Daily Mail, after unapologetically boasting about raping the teen girl, Hull Crown Court Judge Simon Jack simply replied to Al-Noor by sentencing him to 16 years and deportation after time served.
Judge Jack praised the victims for facing their abuser in court. He then turned to Al-Noor and explained that he not only would jail him for an extensive period of time but would also extradite him from the UK in order to protect possible future victims.
Sentencing Al-Noor, Judge Simon Jack said of the victims: “They should be very proud of themselves. We in the courts know that it is a real ordeal to go through the process of complaining about rape, and to face the prospect of having to give evidence before a group of strangers.
“But without women who have the courage to do that we would be unable to bring people like you to justice. The two women who have complained can have the satisfaction of knowing that they have protected others from you.”
In a time when European judges are freeing migrant rapists at an alarming rate, Judge Jack’s sentence is particularly praise-worthy. For his crimes, Al-Noor will serve a minimum of at least 10 years in prison, will be placed on the sex offender registry for life, and will be deported to Sudan.
According to his victims, Al-Noor has taken their sense of security and caused them to be hyper-vigilant of looming danger.
In their victim statements, read on their behalf by prosecutor John Thackray, the student, who was just 17 at the time, said: “When he assaulted me he might as well have taken my future, my sense of self, my security, and stomped on it.”
She said she now feels anxious around people she had previously been comfortable with. “I’ve given up for myself completely,” she said. “For a long time I was paranoid I’d run into him.”
Al-Noor’s second victim, who narrowly escaped being raped, explained that she still has feelings of anger, fear, and even guilt for having been intoxicated during the attack.
She called the attack “vicious” and “the closest I have been to being murdered. I don’t know how I managed to fight with him. I was intoxicated, two minutes away from safety, shouting and screaming whilst he took me off my feet.
“I was screaming ‘No! Please stop! No!’ I thought I was going to be stabbed. He threw me to the ground and dragged me to the cemetery. He didn’t say anything in the graveyard. He just forced himself on me.”
Of course, Ishaq Al-Noor has justification, according to the Quran, to invoke his right to rape infidel women. In fact, the prophet Muhammad himself took sex slaves from the women his men captured after slaughtering their families.
The Apostle of Allah (may peace be upon him) sent a military expedition to Awtas on the occasion of the battle of Hunain. They met their enemy and fought with them. They defeated them and took them captives. Some of the Companions of the Apostle of Allah (may peace be upon him) were reluctant to have intercourse with the female captives in the presence of their husbands who were unbelievers. So Allah, the Exalted, sent down the Qur’anic verse: (Sura 4:24) “And all married women (are forbidden) unto you save those (captives) whom your right hands possess.” (Abu Dawud 2150, also Muslim 3433)
Rape is not just a reward for Muslim men, it is also an effective tactic for intimidating and subduing unbelieving women into obeying Sharia law, which requires them to cover their bodies and remain indoors unless escorted by their husband or male relative.
The West is witnessing this 1,400-year-old form of jihad. We can either excuse this as “cultural differences,” like many judges have already, or we can condemn it by the superiority of our own justice system.