Many — perhaps all — of the young male culture-enrichers now pouring into Europe see European women as loose and ripe for the taking. As the “Australian” sheikh Taj El-Din Hamid Hilaly famously said, a woman without hijab is “uncovered meat”, and can only expect to be raped.
The following article from the Austrian online magazine Wochenblick.at: describes the rape trial of a young Algerian who says he came to Austria specifically for the uncovered meat. Many thanks to Ava Lon for the translation:
Lust led rapist to Austria
September 14, 2016
Tuesday was the first day of the trial before the Regional Court of Linz in the case against an Algerian illegally living in Austria, who allegedly tried to rape a woman in April at the Donaulände in Linz.
The accused denies everything, even swears by Allah. Deportation of the offender was not previously possible due the absence of an agreement with Algeria about the deportation of its citizens from Austria.
“I came to Austria to f**k the women here.”
For years the Algerians have played the Austrian police and courts for fools. It was frightening to listen to the prosecutor reading the statements made by the accused to the police.
So when asked why he had come to Austria, the accused replied: “I came to Austria to f**k the women here.” He had been convicted several times in France and Austria; he was even rejected as an asylum seeker and he was banned from entering these countries. In November of 2015 he tried to rape a woman. Another charge of assault is being negotiated separately at the District Court of Linz.
A difficult and nerve-wracking trial
At the beginning of the trial at the Linz Regional Court, the defendant refused to even give his name. The defendant, who was brought out of pre-trial detention, is being accused of rape and forgery. Apparently the Algerian has multiple identities.
A young student who wanted to switch buses at the bus station on the day of the crime described the events in her testimony: “The woman came up to me and was covered in blood. You couldn’t see her face. She said to me: I was raped. “The young woman was able recognize the offender in a confrontation immediately…
After the reading of the testimony, the presiding judge Ursula Eichler asked the accused whether he would like to add something to his statement, since the statements of the victim, the witnesses and DNA evidence would weigh heavily against him. He answered through his interpreter: “I’ve never seen this woman in my life.” Judge Mag Ralf Sigl tried it again with provocation. “I wonder whether everything is OK in your head?” But the defendant repeated several times: “I swear by Allah that I did not rape that woman.”
The seriously traumatized victim
The victim was also present at the trial. The traumatized woman had serious injuries to the left side of her face, because it was brutally beaten in the attack. While the video of her testimony played, she left the courtroom with relatives, crying. She has had nine different medical treatments so far; she’s in psychotherapeutic care and needs powerful medication to alleviate her insomnia and severe anxiety.
The hearing was postponed due to the presentation of a psychiatric evaluation of the accused and a health report of the victim. If mental illness is detected in the defendant, his admission to an institution for mentally ill offenders is possible. The psychiatric reports were drawn up by Dr Adelheid Kastner, who carried out the investigation of Josef Fritzl [the Austrian father who detained his daughter for years in his basement, where she gave birth to several of his children]. The health report will provide information about the condition of and possible permanent consequences for the victim.
The accused, if convicted for rape, is looking at up to ten years in prison; with additional severe damages the victim, it could be up to twenty years in prison.