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Submitted by ex paratrooper (Australia), Jan 19, 2007 at 00:48


You said "So, I'm saying, that if their wearing extra extra revealing clothing. They'd ovbiously think of them as an easy getaway? Do you get it?" Nope, sorry I still don't get it. A sexual predator is just that and nothing else. It can never be the victim's fault.

Then there was "Cause we all know rape is very common nowadays, so dressing so I guess, revealed is like you having an open sign for rape practically." Nope, once again. There is no "open Sign for rape".

"If they are the ones, as you say responsible for their own actions. Then why blame it on other muslims or Islam. Since, they are the ones that commited their crime not the others. " That ones easy, these guys openly admitted that they raped the girls because the girls were not muslims. They also made remarks to them during the rapes about being "sluts and infidels" and whether or not muslims tasted better than anglos.

"I know its a heinous act. But if it is so much, then why don't they be on guard and do something about it? " How does a 16 year old girl (all of the 50 girls raped were between 14 and 17) defend herself against 14 adult males?

"A highly good reason, is say your married to this girl and she disrespects your mother and purposely hurts your mother. If you tell her to stop and apologize and she doesn't then yea you can slap her." Once again, nope sorry, doesn't work here that way.

Zia, I am concerned that as a 13yr old muslim girl that you are being set up to be another victim shortly.

Remember Taqiyya, it is practiced on muslims as well.....................


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