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Thursday, 23 February 2017

Family of nine Iraqi Muslim asylum seekers 'gang-raped drunk woman in Austria for two hours as she pleaded "No, I don't want this after luring her from her friends on New Year's Eve'

Nine asylum seekers from the same family have gone on trial in the Austrian capital Vienna accused of the New Year's Eve 2015 gang rape of a 28-year-old German teacher. 

Prosecutors charged the Iraqi men with 'abuse of a defenceless person and rape in a very humiliating and agonising way for the victim.' 
At the opening of the trial on Tuesday the court heard how the woman, identified only as Sabine K., was 'blind drunk' when she went with the men to an apartment. 

Most of the men deny the charges but DNA from six of them was found in or on her body.
Police escort suspected ringleader Alaa Al-J. to court to face trial for rape
Police escort suspected ringleader Alaa Al-J. to court to face trial for rape
The court heard how the victim arrived in Vienna on December 28 2015 to spend the New Year with a female friend in the city. 

Shortly before midnight on December 31 they wandered into the city centre to join milling crowds celebrating the arrival of 2016 and at 2am were seen drinking in a bar-restaurant called Cactus. 

Shortly before 3am Sabine's friend noticed she was no longer there and was told by another patron that the men she had been talking with had 'taken her away.' 
The defendants, aged between 22 and 45, all arrived in Austria between May and December 2015 via the Balkan route. 
One of the suspects, Sabah Al-J., is brought into the courtroom in handcuffs
One of the suspects, Sabah Al-J., is brought into the courtroom in handcuffs
At the time of the attack, five of them had cemented their right to stay, the applications of the other four were still pending. 

Judge Petra Poschalko heard how the woman was taken by four of them to an apartment in Vienna's Rustenschacher Allee, where five other men were waiting. 
Sabine later said she found herself naked on a double bed being assaulted by the men one after the other.  


Her lawyer Karina Fehringer. told the court that she was assaulted in the dark so she could not identify the men. 
After the attacks, which went on for several hours, the victim needed in-patient treatment at a trauma clinic and now is under psychiatric care for post traumatic stress disorder. 
She had another breakdown at the weekend and was too fragile to be in court to face her attackers. 
Only one man, Mohamed Al-A., 31, admitted his role in the rapes and he sobbed in court as he said he was 'really drunk' on vodka at the time. 
One of the accused, Mohammed Al T., has a hood covering his face and looks to the ground as he is led in to court
One of the accused, Mohammed Al T., has a hood covering his face and looks to the ground as he is led in to court
His Muslim faith may forbid him to drink alcoholic beverages, but on New Year's Eve he said he made an exception and drank vodka. 'I was really drunk,' he said, and he further admitted; 'this act is a crime in Iraq.' 
He was with co-defendants Nazar Al-J., Mohammed Al-T. und Alaa Al-J. in the Cactus bar, and the four men are alleged to have taken the victim back to the apartment. 
The other defendants - Hader Al-A., Mustafa Al-J., Nael Al-J., Marwan Al-J. und Sabah Al-J. - lay in wait for her there, the court was told. 
Medical experts testified she was raped multiple times and sodomised. The victim said she yelled at them, in German: 'No, I don't want this.' Then in English: 'Listen to me, just a little bit.' 
Her attackers conversed only in Arabic. Alaa Al-J. was said to be the rape ringleader. After it was over Mohammed Al-. escorted her to a toilet in the flat where he took a selfie with her on his mobile phone. 
Another suspect, Marwan Al-J, holds his hands to his face as he is led into court in handcuffs
Another suspect, Marwan Al-J, holds his hands to his face as he is led into court in handcuffs
Later he and Alaa Al-J. escorted her to a nearby tram stop where they tried to stem her sobbing by saying in English: 'Don't cry.' 
After she went to police, a tracking app on her mobile phone led officers to the rape scene. The app showed that her ordeal lasted from 4.20am to 6.20am on January 1 2016. 

The court heard that with the exception of the man who confessed, none of the others have shown remorse. 
Several denied rape even in the face of the DNA evidence. One man claimed that the woman had been 'offered' to them by relatives: another that she was a willing participant in whatever took place. 

Judge Poaschalko seemed visibly angered at the shifts in their stories throught Tuesday's hearing. The court resumes again on Thursday and sentencing will be handed down on March 6. She has warned them they face up to 15 years each in jail.


NO witnesses, NO CCTV or cell phone video…just the word of a 13-year-old Muslim girl and her mother that they were spat on at a state fair.

Designated Terrorist Group CAIR is representing them…in WHAT? Where is the evidence? No one is coming forward even though Mrs Baghead said“several people saw the incident and were angry about it.” So where are they?



GOOD NEWS and BAD NEWS about illegal alien African Muslim invaders.

THE GOOD NEWS:

THE BAD NEWS…which is ten times worse than the good news. Why does Italy go out of its way to rescue these Muslim freeloaders, rapists, and jihadists – bringing nothing but misery to the citizens of Europe?

EU Parliament Chief warns Europe to expect millions and millions more African (mainly) Muslim invaders.

Thereby confirming what former Libyan leader, Muanmar Gaddafi, kept warning the West about before he was overthrown by Islamic militants, aided and abetted by Britain, France, and the Obama Regime.

Breitbart  The President of the European Council has finally recognized that Europe cannot handle the massive influx of migrants crossing from North Africa into Italy and has called for measures to shut down the maritime route across the Strait of Sicily.

In a forum with Italy’s ANSA news service, Antonio Tajani said: “If the problem of Africa is not tackled, we will have millions and millions and Africans pushing (to enter Europe) and dams and walls will not be sufficient to hold them back.”

Tajani said that fixing Africa’s problems would require an investment of “billions and billions” of euros. (Any reason why they can’t migrate to the oil-rich Arab Gulf nations who so far have refused to take any Muslim refugees?)

The words of the EP President echoed recent remarks by European Council President Donald Tusk, who stated earlier this month that Europe cannot cope with the massive influx of migrants crossing from North Africa into Italy.

Ironically, Council President Donald Tusk criticized Donald Trump’s recent executive order putting a moratorium on new visas for nationals of seven particularly dangerous seedbeds of terrorism, calling the U.S. President a “demagogue” who poses an “existential threat” to the EU.

And yet, Tusk seems to have taken a page from his namesake’s recent actions, boldly proposing that the Africa-Italy route be “closed down.” “The flow of migrants from Libya into Italy and the EU is not sustainable,” Tusk said Thursday after a meeting in Brussels between European and Libyan officials.

“Europe has proved it is able to close down irregular routes of migration, as we did on the Eastern Mediterranean route,” Tusk said. “We have discussed the example of our cooperation with Turkey and other countries in this part of the region. Now it is time to close down the route from Libya to Italy.”

Populist leaders in Europe were quick to highlight what they consider the hypocrisy of the Council President, who has tended to downplay Europe’s migrant crisis.

The Leader of Italy’s Northern League Party, Matteo Salvini, challenged the EU official for his slowness to recognize the problem and his sudden about-face, which occurred just after President Trump decided to draw a line in the sand on the problem of international terrorism and its links to migration.

“When we at the League said the same thing five years ago,” Salvini asked, “weren’t we racists?” referring to accusations leveled against the League for its warnings of the dangers of unchecked immigration.

Libyan Prime Minister Fayez al-Sarraj, who met the press together with Donald Tusk, said that the problem of illegal migration is “something dramatic” and affects security, and social, economic and political stability.

“We must find ways to deal with all these aspects of the phenomenon,” Al-Sarraj said, noting that migrants need to be held back “in their countries of origin,” before they embark on the dangerous journey toward Europe.

“Europe has proved it is able to close down irregular routes of migration, as we did on the Eastern Mediterranean route,” Tusk said. “We have discussed the example of our cooperation with Turkey and other countries in this part of the region. Now it is time to close down the route from Libya to Italy.”

President Trump’s new administration has made it clear that the US is no longer interested in the EU’s integrationist ‘ever closer union’, writes Ted Malloch, the man tipped to be next US ambassador to the EU.

In a recent essay, Malloch declared the European integration project to be a “failure” that was evident to all. “The European Union has become undemocratic and bloated by both bureaucracy and rampant anti-Americanism,” he said.

“It may be time to re-evaluate key U.S. assumptions about Europe. This means America should reappraise its entire relationship with Europe and its future union or disunion,” he said.

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