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The victim said that her attackers “tortured” her and made her life a “living nightmare”. Omar Badreddin raped her on at least seven occasions, and threatened to kill her or take her to another country if she failed to comply.

The Badreddin family were the subject of 2016 documentary “To hell and back: the story of a Syrian family given refuge in the UK”. The show documented the family’s 11-month journey from Syria to Newcastle as part of the Syrian refugee resettlement program.

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  1. ‘The Badreddin family were the subject of 2016 documentary “To hell and back”.’

    The “back” part of their round trip was due to the largesse and compassion of our government. Personally, I think it’s better that they stay in hell and don’t come here to rape people, and would vote for anyone who could guarantee that outcome.

  2. To hell and back?

    “You tell ’em I’m comin! And hell’s comin’ with me, you hear?”

    I suspect the above quote from Tombstone would have been a more apt title, certainly for the young women of Newcastle.

  3. According to the ‘Guardian’ this morning, a bunch of useful idiots who have all been victims of terrorist outrages are pleading with people not to blame ‘the majority of peaceful and law abiding Muslims for the actions of a tiny minority’.

    Methinks they have the ratio the wrong way round.

  4. a bunch of useful idiots who have all been victims of terrorist outrages are pleading with people not to blame ‘the majority of peaceful and law abiding Muslims for the actions of a tiny minority’.

    https://dailysceptic.org/2023/09/27/the-british-people-have-had-enough-of-their-endless-obligations-to-impoverish-themselves/

    On June 13th 2023 a West African migrant murdered three people in the city of Nottingham. What followed was a testament to the strength of the social order that each of them had lived under.

    On the 15th, the families of the victims appeared at an official vigil held in the centre of town. While on stage, they found themselves flanked by a host of ‘local faith and community leaders’, who had in 2017 organised themselves into Nottingham Together – a collective body formed to tackle prejudice. Clericalist displays like these weren’t new, nor were they unique to Nottingham. They were part of a pro forma action plan, dubbed ‘Controlled Spontaneity‘, that each city council in Britain has on the books in case of events like these. … The purpose of Controlled Spontaneity is to shore up relations between different communities, relations which events like these have the potential to fray. The relatives hadn’t been invited to commemorate the victims, but to play their part in the defence of a social order.

  5. JuliaM @ 9.42, I saw a stat a few years ago that said 30% of moslems do / would actively engage in jihad.
    That’s over 300 million.

    The other 70% wouldn’t actively engage in jihad but would actively support the 30% who do.

    They are all terrorists – it is the fundamental tenet of their ‘religion’.

  6. JuliaM – imagine wanting to take advice from people who’ve already lost though.

    Um, no, I prefer people who are capable of protecting their loved ones.

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