Finnish Immigration Concerns Rape

FINLAND: MIDDLE EAST/ARAB CULTURE EXPERT: “IN THE M.E. FEMALE RAPE VICTIMS ARE ALWAYS TO BLAME”……..

This is something I’ve been saying for a long time.

muslim rape

Middle East Arab culture expert to IS, rape is always the blame of the woman

Arab culture expert Päivi Kari-Zein notes Ilta-Sanomat that asylum seekers need training in Finland in ways not only of language but also in culture as well.

According to Käri-Zein, in the Middle East, rape is always the fault of the woman. In local interpretation the style of dress and behavior of the woman is seen as seducing the man.

– In the Middle East young men are accustomed to, that if a woman wears clothing a certain way, she is sending a clear message, Kari-Zein notes.

The National Police Board estimated last week that the police have had a dozen rape stories in which a suspect is an asylum seeker. Last week, it was revealed two distinct suspicions of rape, where the victim was a 14-year-old girl. The asylum seeker is suspected of raping in Raisio, a 14-year-old girl on Tuesday. The police took over on Wednesday to catch a 19-year-old male suspect.

Police suspect that a 14-year-old girl was raped late last week, on Monday in Kempele. On suspicion of the act a 17-year-old young man was incarcerated, who is suspected of aggravated rape and aggravated sexual child abuse.

Police have said that the suspect is of a foreign background. However, it has not been confirmed according to media reports that he would be an asylum seeker.

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 NOTE: So we import them by the truck load with “magic dirt” beliefs that they’ll behave just like us just because we want it to be so.

5 Responses

  1. The judicia system will trwat the perpetrator as a victim and he’ll get a slap on the wrist. A more beneficial outcome would have occured if he had been caught by a group of native Finnish youths during the commission of his crime.

    1. But would Finnish youth be up to the task today?

      I hope so but I have my doubts.

      Maassa maan tavalla tai maasta pois just does not apply to these people.

      It’s more a case of we do what we want to do because we perceive how weak Finnish authorities are.

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