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ELA GELLER on May 10, 2016

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Look at the Manchester Evening News’ headline: “Rapist who masqueraded as a devout Muslim is jailed for 16 years for sex attacks on schoolgirls.” Why do they think he “masqueraded” as a devout Muslim? Because he committed rape. The idea that a devout Muslim could do such a thing is inconceivable to them, even after the ISIS and Boko Haram sex slavery of non-Muslim girls, and the Muslim rape gangs right there in the UK who based their actions on the Quran’s teachings about how Muslim men could have sex with the “captives of the right hand” (Quran 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30). They refuse to admit the reality that is in front of their faces.
Mohammed-Shaheen
“Rapist who masqueraded as a devout Muslim is jailed for 16 years for sex attacks on schoolgirls,” by Chris Osuh, Manchester Evening News, May 7, 2016 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A rapist who masqueraded as a devout Muslim was blasted as a hypocrite by a judge as he was jailed for 16 years for attacks on schoolgirls.
Mohammed Shaheen, of Harrow Street, Crumpsall, held himself out as a faithful believer who had been framed by his two victims.
But a Manchester Crown Court jury rejected his pleas of innocence and found him guilty of seven sex charges, including specimen charges reflecting multiple incidents of rape.
Jobbing decorator Shaheen, a 43-year-old father-of-seven, raped and groped the underage teenagers in Longsight and Crumpsall and then ordered them to keep silent.
One of the victims was told that if she spoke of what he had done he would kill himself.
He also told her he had an indecent recording of her that he would distribute if she reported him.
However Shaheen’s abuse of the pair came to light in 2014, after the older of the girls finally found the courage to confide in a schoolfriend. By that stage Shaheen had tried to force her into a degrading sex act.
In video interviews taken after his behaviour came to light, the girls were ‘hesitant, anxious, and plainly vulnerable’, Judge Martin Steiger QC said in Shaheen’s sentencing hearing.
But since speaking of their ordeal to police ‘there has been a considerable development in their self-confidence’, the judge said.
Shaheen has no previous convictions, but the court heard evidence there had been accusations of similar offending when he was living in Pakistan….
Sending him down, Judge Martin Steiger QC said: “He masqueraded as religious when all along he was behaving in this hypocritical way. He said that if it got out he would kill himself with a knife….
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