Little Vermont Girl Escapes Muslim Rapist, He Tells Cops 7-Word Reason It’s Her Fault

In Vermont, a 12-year-old girl was abducted by a man who intended to violently rape her. After a harrowing escape, however, the sexual predator told the police in 7 simple words why the child is actually to blame.

After years of pointing to Europe as a harbinger of the effects of mass immigration, the Muslim rape epidemic is now threatening America. Although the left makes the case that rape isn’t exclusive to one culture or ideology, there is only one major religion that sanctions it.

Throughout the Quran and hadith, sexual abuse, assault, and slavery are not only condoned, they’re commanded. In fact, sexual jihad was waged by the prophet Muhammad as a way to subjugate unbelievers, force women into submission, and attract sexual deviants to fight for Islam. Despite apologists’ claim that this is merely a radical interpretation of truly peaceful Islam, a simple overview of the Islamic tenets provides a sinister revelation of the danger this ideology poses when practiced as Allah intended and his messenger modeled.

On June 29, a 12-year-old Vermont girl, who remains unnamed for her protection, miraculously escaped what would’ve been a horrifically brutal rape. In the disturbing attack, which the mainstream media has blatantly ignored, the preteen girl agreed to go with 19-year-old Mohamed A. Hussein, who she believed to be an acquaintance of her friends, in his vehicle. Once inside, Hussein locked the doors and refused to let her out before attacking her.

The girl said she and Hussein had communicated since then using Facebook messenger and Snapchat and that he would “always ask me to go somewhere and I would normally say no,” Felicciardi wrote.

When he drove past the donut shop, the girl panicked and told him to let her out of the car. It was then that things took a horrific turn.

She said “at a red light near Dunkin Donuts, she attempted to get out of the vehicle, but the door was locked,” Felicciardi wrote. The girl then “attempted to pull what she described as the emergency brake of the vehicle, and when she did this, Hussein hit her on the shoulder.”

Hussein then drove the girl behind a TJ Maxx and proceeded to sexually assault her. When she fought back by kicking and slapping, Hussein beat her, ultimately hitting her hard in her head. She began to cry out in pain, which caused Hussein to panic and stop momentarily. Once he stopped, the girl fled the vehicle and sought help.

Hussein appeared in the Vermont Superior Court in Burlington via video on July 2 and pleaded not guilty to felony counts of aggravated sexual assault on a person younger than 13 and second-degree unlawful restraint.

The Burlington Free Press reports that after fighting back multiple times, the child managed to escape Hussein’s car when he parked behind a local TJ Maxx department store in Burlington to rape her. However, the most disturbing aspect of the attack is how Hussein rationalized having sex with a 12-year-old girl. According to the police report, Hussein said that the girl was to blame for falsely accusing him “because she didn’t get ‘what she wanted,’” alleging that the child initiated sex with him but reported him when he rejected her advances.

“Hussein maintained that everything that happened between them was consensual,” the affidavit states. He added that the girl “might be upset because she didn’t get ‘what she wanted.’”

The incident began when the unnamed child connected with Hussein over Facebook and Snapchat. Apparently, she “felt it was okay to add him” because they had mutual social media friends in common. The girl reportedly sent Hussein a message because she was “really, really bored,” which prompted him to offer to drive her to Dunkin Donuts, according to Detective Elizabeth Felicciardi.

Hussein’s defense suggests that the girl not only initiated the sexual contact but that her motivation for turning him into the police is because he rejected her advances. He claims that he took the child to TJ Maxx after she told him she wanted to go shopping there. He also stated that when she came on to him, he told her he had a girlfriend and rebuffed her. He claims that the sexual contact lasted less than one minute.

According to Boston.com, Mohamed Hussein was held on Saturday on $2,000 bail at the Chittenden Regional Correctional Center. He currently faces charges of aggravated sexual assault and unlawful restraint but is not being charged with abduction, investigators confirmed.

This behavior is not only commonplace in Islamic culture, it’s directly sanctioned in the Quran and hadith, as Jihad Watch points out.

The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use (cf. its allowance for a man to take “captives of the right hand,” 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.” (33:59) The implication there is that if women do not cover themselves adequately with their outer garments, they may be abused, and that such abuse would be justified.

Of course, children much younger than this 12-year-old girl are fair game for sexual assault, as the 50-year-old prophet Muhammad’s own marriage to 6-year-old Aisha proves.

“The Prophet wrote the (marriage contract) with Aisha while she was six years old and consummated his marriage with her while she was nine years old and she remained with him for nine years (i.e. till his death)” (Bukhari 7.62.88).

The effects of Muslim migration are now evident in every Western nation that has opened its border to this medieval culture and religion, proving that multiculturalism is only productive when the cultures involved aren’t violent and oppressive. If the U.S. does not want the same rape epidemic that’s plaguing Europe, it must oppose mass Muslim migration and expose Islam for its tyrannical tenets.

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