Canadian judge finds Palestinian man not guilty of raping wife - "because he believed he could have sex with his wife whenever he wanted"

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Western culture is poisoned by leftism and multiculturalism. These are fatal weaknesses and they must be purged.
 


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A lot of posters who are usually most vocal on incidents involving rape, or even alleged rape, missing from this thread?
 

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Oxford prof accused of rape:

Prominent Muslim scholar Tariq Ramadan accused of rape, sexual assault in France - France 24

A rape and sexual assault complaint was filed on Friday in France against Swiss Islamist and Professor Tariq Ramadan by former Salafist Henda Ayari.

The complaint filed with the Rouen prosecutor’s office in northwestern France, by the Salafist turned secular activist, detailed criminal acts of rape, sexual assault, violence, harassment and intimidation, according to document reviewed by AFP.

The Liberators Association, which Henda Ayari is president of, said on Facebook that she was “a victim of something very serious several years ago” but did not reveal the name of her aggressor for safety reasons.

“I confirm today, that the famous Zubair is Tariq Ramadan,” Ayari published on Facebook.

According to Jonas Haddad, Ayari’s lawyer, the plaintiff did not report the assault earlier, out of fear.

“After revelations over the past few days of rape and sexual assault claims in the media, Henda has decided to say what happened to her and take legal action,” he told AFP.

In 1995, Ramadan was temporarily barred from entering France due to alleged links to Algerian terrorists. In 2003, he clashed with France’s then interior minister, Nicolas Sarkozy, when he refused to condemn stoning, insisting instead on a “moratorium on the death penalty”.

Due to his many confrontations with French politicians – in particular with Sarkozy during his presidency - Ramadan has become a household name in France.

He is currently a professor of contemporary Islamic studies at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom.
 

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Hush for a moment and listen to the shrieks of outrage coming from our feminists...oh wait, they're too busy attacking Ronan Mullens...

I wonder does Ireland-apologist in chief, Ivana Bacik, have anything to say to Justin Trudeau about this?
Something like: "Oh come clean, you are clearly a crafty butcher".
 

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Hush for a moment and listen to the shrieks of outrage coming from our feminists...oh wait, they're too busy attacking Ronan Mullens...

I wonder does Ireland-apologist in chief, Ivana Bacik, have anything to say to Justin Trudeau about this?

You're wrong. But maybe we're not interested in yet another racist thread.
 

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You're wrong. But maybe we're not interested in yet another racist thread.
He is right. Feminism, being at this stage something between a fashion statement and a cynical ploy to get free stuff from weak men, is way more concerned with risk free topics such as rapey pop songs or sexist video games. Whenever there is even a hint of personal risk or the topic relates to someone other than a white male, those chicks vanish faster than a Vaseline at a Labour Youth conference. The whole Rotherham affair was proof positive of that.
 
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You're wrong. But maybe we're not interested in yet another racist thread.
Where's all the usual outrage from yourself and all the other posters who normally condemn men accused of rape before the case even goes to court? Normally you lot are all over those threads like a rash.
 

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Piss off to whatever racist hole you crawled out of.

Why are you putting up an article about something far away here?
Maybe because where Canada is NOW we're headed to over the next decade unless we're able to explain to our politicians politely that we don't want to travel that particular route?
 

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That is disgusting.

And Canada lectures Ireland on how we treat women :shock:

"She alleged that he had pulled her onto the couch, pulled down her pants and had sex with her despite pleading with him to stop at least three times.

Her husband told the court he could not have had sex with her at the time because he had just received a hair transplant and he was following his doctor's orders to avoid intercourse
The judge said he found her to be a credible witness and rejected her husband's account, but said he could not find the man guilty of a crime."

An 11 year old "consented" to sex in France.
French consent case causes outrage: girl 11

In so called civilised countries.
Rape within marriage is still rape.

And I always thought Ignorance of the Law is no defence?

I read a case about a decade ago where a German judge had let a guy go for striking his wife because it was "accepted in his culture" to do so. Like genital mutilation and forced marriages of children to adults?
 

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Where's all the usual outrage from yourself and all the other posters who normally condemn men accused of rape before the case even goes to court? Normally you lot are all over those threads like a rash.
Oddly it's mainly posters I assumed to be men (not you Ger12) are most disturbed by this and the posters I assumed would be more engaged are nowhere to be seen.
 

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I'm not sure what relevance the chaps nationality is to the story. It's an odd decision with massive potential ramifications.
 

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Hush for a moment and listen to the shrieks of outrage coming from our feminists...oh wait, they're too busy attacking Ronan Mullens...

I wonder does Ireland-apologist in chief, Ivana Bacik, have anything to say to Justin Trudeau about this?
I'm sure she will raise it at their weekly lunch
 

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This man was let off because he was ignorant, is this not the discrimination of lower expectations?
 

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This man was let off because he was ignorant, is this not the discrimination of lower expectations?
Tax laws are fairly complex and most people are genuinely ignorant of many of the details - does that make tax fraud legal in Canada now?
 

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Plenty of catholics reckoned that a priest could sanction and vindicate rape within marriage too. It had to be outlawed via statue here too. In other words, religion isn't recognised as an excuse within the law, here or in Canada.

Religion isn't the villain. Morality is. Religion is but the excuse. The law here and in Canada has removed that excuse from both catholics and muslims.
Did you not read this story, the Muslim man who raped his wife was found not guilty of raping his wife because he didn't consider it to be rape because his religion tells him that he can have sex with her whenever he wants. Why drag Christianity into it, it's got nothing to do with this case.
 

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Did you not read this story, the Muslim man who raped his wife was found not guilty of raping his wife because he didn't consider it to be rape because his religion tells him that he can have sex with her whenever he wants. Why drag Christianity into it, it's got nothing to do with this case.


Because he cannot deal with the actual issue on its own.
 

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Here's an odd one, and contains a number of interesting elements.

I always thought that ignorance of the law was no defence, but this Canadian judge has gone for it.

A Palestinian man from Gaza has been found not guilty by the Canadian judge because "the prosecution did not prove beyond reasonable doubt that the man had criminal intent, known as "mens rea" in the law". "The judge did not dispute that non-consensual sex had taken place multiple times, the Ottawa Citizen reported."

This is a handy precedent. Can any immigrant into Canada simply claim that they had no criminal intent because they are unaware of the actual law in Canada?

Canadian man found not guilty of raping wife - BBC News

"A Canadian man was found not guilty of rape because he believed he could have sex with his wife whenever he wanted.

Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Smith ruled the prosecution failed to prove the accused man knew his behaviour was criminal."
Generally a lack of mens rea when an incident happens means a stint in a mental institution for the accused. Its generally reserved for the insane who genuinely thought they were doing no harm to their victim.
This ruling should be overturned in no time. Its a complete mis application of law.

I also find it very difficult to believe the accused did not think he was harming his wife. He knew she didn't want sex.
 

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Here's an odd one, and contains a number of interesting elements.

I always thought that ignorance of the law was no defence, but this Canadian judge has gone for it.

A Palestinian man from Gaza has been found not guilty by the Canadian judge because "the prosecution did not prove beyond reasonable doubt that the man had criminal intent, known as "mens rea" in the law". "The judge did not dispute that non-consensual sex had taken place multiple times, the Ottawa Citizen reported."

This is a handy precedent. Can any immigrant into Canada simply claim that they had no criminal intent because they are unaware of the actual law in Canada?

Canadian man found not guilty of raping wife - BBC News

"A Canadian man was found not guilty of rape because he believed he could have sex with his wife whenever he wanted.

Ontario Superior Court Justice Robert Smith ruled the prosecution failed to prove the accused man knew his behaviour was criminal."
The Girlie man thats in charge at the moment will make things worse .He also doesn't care if ordinary Canadians are protected , he is dangerous he wants Canada to be the first post national state.
 


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