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Colorado: Muslim who kept sex slave refuses to speak with female therapists, says doing so would be un-Islamic

Colorado: Muslim who kept sex slave refuses to speak with female therapists, says doing so would be un-Islamic

Country: 
United States of America (the)
News Date: 
08/05/2017
Sharia Watch
Summary: 

“But he also continued to deny he abused his housekeeper and admitted he hasn’t attended sex offender therapy.”

The officials who tried him don’t know the first foggiest thing about Islam, and so they likely didn’t know to ask al-Turki whether he was denying that he had kept his housekeeper as a sex slave, or just denying that he abused her. This is a key distinction that they almost certainly didn’t think to make, because they don’t know that the Qur’an allows for the sexual enslavement of Infidel women (cf. 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30).

In light of that, Al-Turki likely thinks he has done nothing wrong while not denying the facts of the case. This is clear from the fact that at his sentencing,  to apologize for “things I did not do and for crimes I did not commit.” He told the judge: “The state has criminalized these basic Muslim behaviors. Attacking traditional Muslim behaviors was the focal point of the prosecution.” He wants to be returned to Saudi Arabia because what he did isn’t a crime there. He wouldn’t serve any more time.

“Saudi sex offender seeks release on parole while continuing to deny guilt,” by Kirk Mitchell, , May 2, 2017: