Somali Rapist Avoids Deportation Saying He 'Didn't Know Rape Was Unacceptable,' Rapes Twice Again

Chris Menahan
Jul. 04, 2016

A serial rapist Somali living in the UK was able to avoid deportation after his first rape by claiming he "didn't know rape was unacceptable," then went on to rape two more women after being released from prison.

From The Daily Mail:
Dahir Ibrahim, 31, attacked his second and third victims within six weeks of each other in 2014 - threatening one with a Stanley knife and the other with pliers and a screwdriver.

He was only in the country because he successfully appealed a judge's request to boot him out.

The sex offender had been jailed for 10 years in 2005 following his first attack, on a prostitute in Edgbaston, Birmingham, and a deportation order was made upon his release.

But Ibrahim fought and controversially won the right to remain in the UK - only to rape again after luring one woman down an alleyway under the pretence of offering her drugs.

She was beaten during her ordeal before managing to flee and seeking help from a passing motorist. 

The third victim to endure 'abuse and humiliation' at the hands of Ibrahim was sleeping rough when she was threatened with a pair of pliers and a screwdriver before being raped.

Ibrahim's lawyer defended him in court by saying the rapist had come from a country where he had witnessed many atrocities and had a lack of understanding of what is acceptable in the UK.

'It was more opportunistic then pre-planned,' Jabeen Akhtar said. 'No long-term physical injury was sustained by the victims.'
Poor guy, he's really the victim here. How did he know after helping himself to all that welfare in the UK he wasn't also supposed to help himself to their women?

While the leftists in the UK are all out whining about supposed "hate crimes" (see: hurtful words) post-Brexit, they completely ignore the actual crimes committed by their agents of "cultural enrichment."

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