Just today I wrote in FrontPage about the Islamic theological justification for the sexual assault of non-Muslim women. I was writing in connection with another sexual assault by Muslim migrants in Twin Falls, Idaho: amid an official coverup, Pamela Geller has done yeoman work in uncovering what happened in that case. The five-year-old victim’s mother told Geller: “This is what my daughter has told me: that they grabbed her at knifepoint and forced her into the laundry room and told her that if she tried to leave, they would kill her. The seven-year-old boy took her clothes off. She tells me he put his private in her mouth and peed in her mouth, and put it in her private, and then peed all over her.”
According to Idaho law, that is rape: “Rape is defined as the penetration, however slight, of the oral, anal or vaginal opening with a penis…” Yet prosecutor Grant Loebs told the world that there was no rape and suggested that those upset by the case were just right-wing xenophobes.
The mother continued: “And she said they recorded her, too… She also told the emergency room CARES doctor that they had a knife as well, and they found on her neck a cut. Then the day after, they claimed it was a scratch, when in fact it looked like a cut.”
The girl’s father told Geller what he saw on the video that one of the attackers took of the rape, and triumphantly showed him: “I watched the 8-year-old boy push my daughter up against a wall and pull her pants down and his pants down; he then attempted to penetrate her from behind. She was able to run away and crouch in a corner shaking in fear while the boy danced around naked laughing at her. I stopped watching after that.”
And now here we go again in Twin Falls. Middle America is under siege, courtesy of Barack Obama.
“Police: Man sexually assaulted woman with developmental disability,” Times-News, August 8, 2016 (thanks to D):
TWIN FALLS — Police say a 28-year-old man sexually assaulted a developmentally delayed woman Saturday.
Mohammed Hussein I. Eldai was arraigned Monday in Twin Falls County Magistrate Court on a charge of sexual abuse of a vulnerable adult.
About 3 p.m. Saturday, police were dispatched to Madison Circle in Twin Falls when the woman’s mother called police.
The woman, who lives with her mother because of her disability, told police she went for a walk Saturday but became hot and tired and stopped to lie down on the sidewalk for a nap, court documents said. She said Eldai stopped to ask if she was OK, and he said she would take a nap at his house.
The woman went to Eldai’s house, where he made her a drink; she refused it after tasting, court documents said.
That’s when Eldai repeatedly tried to lie down next to her on his bed and began touching her inappropriately, she told police. She told Eldai she didn’t like it and wanted to go home, court records said.
Eldai continued to touch her, she told police, but she eventually left his house and ran home.
The woman showed police Eldai’s home; when asked, he told them he invited the woman over, offered to let her stay and touched her under her clothing, police said. He also told police he took off his clothes and was planning on having sex with her….