Austrian court rejects Muslim migrant gang-rape appeal, issues “tough” 9-13 year sentences

Jihad Watch reported on Wednesday that Muslim migrants were arrested for sexually assaulting women at Munich Oktoberfest, and asked the question: “why does this keep happening?” The answer:

The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use (cf. its allowance for a man to take “captives of the right hand,” 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30).

It is up to citizens of Western nations to protect their principles of human rights and of equality before the law of both genders, all races, and those who practice their religions within the framework of democratic constitutions. The UK is a shameful example of leaders failing the most vulnerable: multitudes of young girls (up to a million) were gang-raped and trafficked as prostitutes and sex slaves by Muslim rape gangs whose activities were ignored, or who were given light sentences.

In Rotherham, Muslim rape gang activity was so vast that when they finally started dealing with it, police needed 100 more officers; the investigation has cost over $10 million.

Now comes somewhat encouraging news out of Austria that all citizens of free societies should expect their legal authorities to emulate: “An Austrian court has rejected appeals by eight Iraqi citizens against their prison sentences for gang-raping a German tourist on New Year’s Eve in 2015.” The sentences these men received, however, are still on the light side:

The men were convicted in March 2017 and sentenced to between nine and 13 years. The Austria Press Agency reported that the Vienna state court ruled Thursday there was no reason to reduce the sentences.

“Austrian Court Rejects Iraqi Migrants’ Appeal Against Gang Rape Sentences,” Associated Press, October 4, 2018:

BERLIN (AP) – An Austrian court has rejected appeals by eight Iraqi citizens against their prison sentences for gang-raping a German tourist on New Year’s Eve in 2015.

The men were convicted in March 2017 and sentenced to between nine and 13 years. The Austria Press Agency reported that the Vienna state court ruled Thursday there was no reason to reduce the sentences.

Rape is punishable by a maximum 15-year prison term in Austria. Presiding Judge Natalia Frohner said “such an abhorrent crime” requires sentences in the “upper regions.”….

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