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Pray for God to stop 1 child from being molested today.
Pray for God to stop 1 child molestation happening now.
Pray for God to rescue 1 child from sexual slavery.
Pray for God to save 1 girl from genital circumcision.
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Saturday, 11 February 2017

Radicalized Islamic Youths Gang-Rape Girl in Belgium

MUSLIM GANG-RAPISTS IN COURT:
“WOMEN SHOULD LISTEN, THEY SHOULD NOT COMPLAIN”
By Benjamin de Wolf
Gatestone, Europe

German women in Cologne protesting against sexual violence / Getty.

Several young gang-rapists started laughing in a Belgian court while yelling:
“women should not complain, they should listen to men.”

The seven ‘men’ were seen in a video where they are standing around an unconscious girl who is lying on a bed, then seen pulling down her pants and raping her. Also in the video, they are dancing around the victim and singing songs in Arabic.

The gang of perpetrators, aged 14 (!) to 25, consist of five Iraqi nationals, and two who hold Belgian citizenship. At least two of them are currently in their asylum procedure. When asked, one of them said: “the girl asked us to grab her”. This is extremely unlikely, since she is seen on the video hardly moving at all. 

This monstrous event happened last November and was discovered by a schoolteacher at Ostend Technical Institute, Belgium, last week. One of the boys, who is only 14 years old, was showing off pictures of himself on his mobile phone wearing an army uniform and sporting an automatic rifle. The teacher informed the police, who confiscated the phone, and later found the gang-rape video.

Three suspects including the girl's boyfriend are minors. Most of the suspects have confessed. Several made disparaging comments about women.

West Flemish public prosecutors did not bring the facts into the public domain until now, because they hoped to protect the victim and her family. A spokesman said: "The victim, who was made defenceless by the perpetrators so that she did not remember anything, has only been fully aware of the facts since today."

The mayor of Oostende, Socialist Party heavyweight Johan Vande Lanotte, responded strongly to the crime:

“It is clear that some newcomers have problematic beliefs. When they have completed their sentences, they must leave the country.”

It's a bit late for the poor girl. For her, they should never have been in the country in the first place. One wonders how many more such events are unreported in Europe?


Big investment in combating Islamic radicalism

It came as the Belgian government approved a plan to combat Islamic radicalism and extremist violence by hiring 1,000 new police officers over the next four years.

The plan, presented Friday to reporters by Interior Minister Jan Jambon, calls for adding 300 officers this year, and more than 500 by 2017.

Jambon says 300 new officers will be added in Molenbeek and other neighborhoods with a history of radical Islamist activity. 

Ninety-six police investigators will be hired and 260 TV cameras positioned to monitor movements on the highways.

Earlier reports spoke of just 100 new officers being hired.

The November attacks that killed 130 people in Paris were staged from neighboring Belgium and a subsequent official investigation revealed how ineffective the surveillance of suspected radicals in the country has often been.

Four of the Paris attackers, including suspected ringleader Abdelhamid Abaooud, lived in the Brussels commune of Molenbeek, one of eight areas covered by the government's initiative.