Millionaire Muslim Businessman Gives OUTRAGEOUS Excuse for Rape of Teen Girl
Millionaire Ehsan Abdulaziz, a Muslim property developer, stands accused of the rape of an 18-year-old girl in his posh flat in one of the wealthiest areas of London.
The 46-year-old businessman met the victim at a nightclub where she was dancing with a friend and invited them both to his apartment in the exclusive Maida Vale neighborhood.
The victim told police that she awoke the next morning with Abdulazziz on top of her, physically forcing himself into her.
The prosecutor, in laying out the preliminary evidence, said, “She woke up with the defendant kissing her and his penis in her vagina.”
Abdulaziz has pleaded not guilty, telling the court he “fell on to her” claiming his penis “may have penetrated her vagina” when he fell.
The unidentified victim fled the apartment “as quickly as she could” and contacted the police, according to their report, which also revealed that when questioned about the incident, Abdulaziz initially told the police detectives, “She’ll have to prove it.”
When DNA tests results found traces of his semen on the victim, Abudlaziz amended his statement to include the claim that the teenager “pulled me onto her and placed his hand, covered with his own semen, in between her legs.”
In Muslim countries, the charge of rape is virtually impossible to prove requiring four independent male witnesses for a charge to even be brought to trial.
Rape victims in Muslim countries are frequently sentenced to death as the violation is considered to have been a form of infidelity to their husbands.
The United Kingdom is struggling with the tensions brought on by multiculturalism as Muslim and Western cultures clash on many issues, including the rights of men and women.
The Maida Vale neighborhood in northwest London has been home to some well-known Muslims. Mohammed Emwazi, better known as “Jihadi John,” the ISIS executioner who appeared in videos of beheadings, attended St. Mary Magdalene Church of England Primary School there in the early 1990s.