Muslim man claims that it’s “culturally acceptable” in his home country after raping a boy.

Mufiz Rahaman, a refugee in Sydney, Australia, claimed that he didn’t know he was doing anything wrong when he raped a 10 year old boy because it is a normal thing that happens in his country. He says that he didn’t know this act was sexual assault.


From The Gateway Pundit:

Mufiz Rahaman told Sydney’s Downing Centre Court raping children was not seen as morally wrong in his native Myanmar when he pleaded guilty to the aggravated sexual assault of a 10-year-old refugee on Wednesday, the Daily Telegraph reported.

The 20-year-old and his young victim are both stateless Rohingya Muslims – a group of people considered illegal immigrants from Bangladesh by the Buddhist-majority in Myanmar – who came to Australia to flee religious persecution.

The court heard Rahaman preyed on the young boy while he was living with a group of refugees, including his father, at a vacant RSL club in Lakemba, a suburb in Sydney’s south west, on January 8, 2015.

The raping of children being “culturally acceptable” to them should be reason enough to keep these types of beliefs away from OUR children by keeping them OUT of our country! A long jail sentence for rape is a culturally acceptable punishment in the US. You can be a punching bag for the bad men in prison who despise child molesters and rapists.

Is he in his home country? No. Did he try to assimilate? Apparently not. If he had, he would know that rape is not acceptable in this country. So he has no excuse. He broke the law. End of story. The saddest part is that this 20 year old man probably grew up being raped by men too. The cycle continues…

One Response

  1. Cecelia Henderson

    The Muslim isn’t in his “home country” anymore, so shoot him to convince other Muslims that there are deadly results for raping anyone. It’s not that easy in America, but our prisoners don’t treat rapists very well in prison. Bless them for doing something right.


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