Islamic-sanctioned rape: 11-year old Jewish boy raped & tortured by Palestinians; Dr. Wafa Sultan tells O'Reilly shariah permits rape, punishes the victim; Says liberals' silence to Muslim abuses is complicity to subjugation of West

Only days after the West was shocked by video of Bengazi, Libyan attorney, Ms. Iman al-Obeidi, who, while trying to report having been gang-raped by Pres. Khadaffi's forces, was again kidnapped by wait-staff at the hotel working with Khadaffi secret-police- a new tale of horror emerges.

Suspects in court (Photo: Mati Elmalich)
An 11-year old Jewish boy from B'nai Brak was raped and sadistically abused by four Palestinian men, ages 23-27, YNet news' Yoav Zitun reports.
Four Palestinians residing in Israel illegally have been arrested for allegedly raping and severely abusing an 11-year-old boy from central Israel several times. The four, aged 23-27, are also suspected of indecent acts.

The boy, complaining of stomach aches, eventually revealed his terrible secret to authorities: "They paid me 400 shekels to sleep with them, bought me presents I asked, and threatened me not to say anything, I was ashamed to talk about it."

The suspects were swiftly apprehended for fear they would flee to the territories.
Police suspect that the four, who were working at an event hall, promised the boy candy, presents and money and lured him into accompanying them to the building where they lived.

The four are also suspected of urinating on the victim, hitting him, putting out cigarettes on him, cutting him, and coercing him to use drugs.

It is also suspected they raped, beat and humiliated the boy several times over the past few weeks. 

"This is reminiscent of the 'Clockwork Orange'," officer Guy Kalderon said in the court hearing. "These are horrific acts which I as an investigator have never encountered the likes of which in my 20 years in service." He added the police have evidence linking the suspects to the acts.
Libyan secret police lead rape-victim Iman al-Obeidi into custody
On Monday, March 28th, Syrian-American psychiatrist Dr. Wafa Sultan told Fox News' Bill O'Reilly how the Bengazi, Libyan attorney, Ms. Iman al-Obeidi, who reported being gang-raped by Pres. Kadaffi's forces - is at risk of her life under Islamic law. Islamic law (or Shariah) not only sanctions rape in marriage, but encourages rape in general, by requiring that a rape victim provide 4 witnesses, otherwise she will be accused of committing adultery, and she will be stoned to death.

Video courtesy VideeWell

Dr. Wafa Sultan, author,"A God Who Hates," cautions about Islam
Dr. Wafa Sultan wonders where is the feminist outrage against this barbaric practice in the 21st century? Brown University's Dr. Andrew Bostom details Islam's sanctioning of abuse of women, marital rape and pedophilic child-abuse in this article about her appearance on Fox News.
Responding to Wafa Sultan’s remarks, Mr. O’Reilly expressed his (uninformed) incredulity regarding the teaching, and example of Islam’s prophet:

O'Reilly: I find it hard to believe that the prophet Muhammad would preach a doctrine where any woman can be abused at any time by any Muslim man and be held not accountable.
And Wafa replied, appropriately:  You need to get familiar with Muhammad’s life and how he treated women in his life…Don’t forget, Muhammad is the role model for every Muslim man.
Notwithstanding the predictable American Muslim Brotherhood taqiyya O’Reilly is likely to air in the coming days as a “fair and balanced” riposte to Wafa’s irrefragable presentation, some salient details merit review. Please read it all .
Dr. Sultan lays out the Islamic imperative toward political domination of every nation, exploiting intimidation of criticism and critics in this exclusive interview with DemoCast.TV from November 2009.

In a related story, Ahmadinejad's Imam: Islam Allows Raping, Torturing Prisoners by Nissan Ratzlav-Katz in Israel National News, Sept 1, '09
Mesbah-Yazdi & Pres Ahmadinejad: Islam sanctions torture rape
In the wake of a series of publications worldwide regarding the rape and torture of dissident prisoners in Iran's jails, supporters of Ahmadinejad gathered with him in Jamkaran, a popular pilgrimage site for Shi'ite Muslims on the outskirts of Qom, on August 11, 2009. According to Iranian pro-democracy sources, the gathered crowd heard from Ayatollah Mohammad Taqi Mesbah-Yazdi and Ahmadinejad himself regarding the issue.

According to the Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center (ITIC), an independent Israeli intelligence analysis organization, Mesbah-Yazdi is considered Ahmadinejad's personal spiritual guide. A radical totalitarian even in Iranian terms, he holds messianic views, supports increasing Islamization, calls for violent suppression of domestic political opponents, and, according to the ITIC, "declared that obeying a president supported by the Supreme Leader was tantamount to obeying God."

At the Jamkaran gathering, Mesbah-Yazdi and Ahmadinejad answered questions about the rape and torture charges. The following text is from a transcript alleged by Iranian dissidents to be a series of questions and answers exchanged between the ayatollah and some of his supporters.

Asked if a confession obtained "by applying psychological, emotional and physical pressure" was "valid and considered credible according to Islam," Mesbah-Yazdi replied: "Getting a confession from any person who is against the Velayat-e Faqih ("Guardianship of the Islamic Jurists", or the regime of Iran's mullahs) is permissible under any condition."

"Can an interrogator rape the prisoner in order to obtain a confession?" was the follow-up question posed to the Islamic cleric.

Mesbah-Yazdi answered: "The necessary precaution is for the interrogator to perform a ritual washing first and say prayers while raping the prisoner. If the prisoner is female, it is permissible to rape through the vagina or anus. It is better not to have a witness present. If it is a male prisoner, then it's acceptable for someone else to watch while the rape is committed."

This reply, and reports of the rape of teen male prisoners in Iranian jails, may have prompted the following question: "Is the rape of men and young boys considered sodomy?"

Ayatollah Mesbah-Yazdi: "No, because it is not consensual. Of course, if the prisoner is aroused and enjoys the rape, then caution must be taken not to repeat the rape."

A related issue, in the eyes of the questioners, was the rape of virgin female prisoners. In this instance, Mesbah-Yazdi went beyond the permissibility issue and described the Allah-sanctioned rewards accorded the rapist-in-the-name-of-Islam:

"If the judgment for the [female] prisoner is execution, then rape before execution brings the interrogator a spiritual reward equivalent to making the mandated Haj pilgrimage [to Mecca], but if there is no execution decreed, then the reward would be equivalent to making a pilgrimage to [the Shi'ite holy city of] Karbala."

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