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    Saudi says SEX Offender rehab is agaist islam

    Saudi Rapist in Colorado Says Sex Offender Program is Against His Religion | Frontpage Mag


    Rape however isn't against his religion.
    Homaidan al-Turki's entire defense strategy from the beginning was Islam. The member of a prominent Saudi family claimed that the prosecution was Islamophobic.
    "We are Muslim. We are different. The state has criminalized these basic Muslim behaviors. Attacking traditional Muslim behaviors is a focal point of the prosecution."
    He had a point, because the behavior he was charged with was commonplace back in Saudi Arabia.
    The victim slept on a mattress on the basement floor, was paid less than $2 a day, and Al-Turki eventually intimidated her into sex acts that culminated in her rape in late 2004, according to prosecutors.
    Once in prison, the Saudis tried to get him transferred/released back home, but public outrage stopped that at least temporarily.
    Now we're apparently back to Al-Turki's insistence that he shouldn't have to undergo sex offender treatment.




    Al-Turki told prison officials in 2013 that the sex offender treatment programme "conflicts with [his] Islamic faith ", according to a letter by the then executive director of the Colorado Department of Corrections, Tom Clements.
    His lawyers told the court in the same year that the program: "would require [him] to look at photos that included women in bathing suits or undergarments as part of the evaluation process", AP reported.
    That would be the Abel Screening which is supposed to test for assorted deviancies. Undergoing it would be an important prerequisite to parole or transferring Al-Turki to a Saudi prison/resort.
    Al-Turki's people have rejected it because it would mean admitting that he did something wrong, also the group would be run by a woman and there are the photos of men, women and children in swimsuits.
    Obviously Saudi mores and Islamic law say that Homaidan Al-Turki did nothing wrong. ISIS' rapes and sex slaves show us how that works, but Saudi Arabia runs a low key version of the same thing.
    The entire premise of the program is incompatible with Islam. It's Islamophobic since it rejects the Islamic idea that Muslim men can rape non-Muslim women within the context of a hostile environment, especially in a non-Muslim country.
    So we just have to decide between Saudi ISIS law and American law. It's that simple.

    Saudi Arabian rape culture comes to America to often. The islam defense is their true defense. The islam faith is a rape cult-ure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Dummy View Post
    Saudi Rapist in Colorado Says Sex Offender Program is Against His Religion | Frontpage Mag


    Rape however isn't against his religion.
    Homaidan al-Turki's entire defense strategy from the beginning was Islam. The member of a prominent Saudi family claimed that the prosecution was Islamophobic.
    "We are Muslim. We are different. The state has criminalized these basic Muslim behaviors. Attacking traditional Muslim behaviors is a focal point of the prosecution."
    He had a point, because the behavior he was charged with was commonplace back in Saudi Arabia.
    The victim slept on a mattress on the basement floor, was paid less than $2 a day, and Al-Turki eventually intimidated her into sex acts that culminated in her rape in late 2004, according to prosecutors.
    Once in prison, the Saudis tried to get him transferred/released back home, but public outrage stopped that at least temporarily.
    Now we're apparently back to Al-Turki's insistence that he shouldn't have to undergo sex offender treatment.



    Al-Turki told prison officials in 2013 that the sex offender treatment programme "conflicts with [his] Islamic faith ", according to a letter by the then executive director of the Colorado Department of Corrections, Tom Clements.
    His lawyers told the court in the same year that the program: "would require [him] to look at photos that included women in bathing suits or undergarments as part of the evaluation process", AP reported.
    That would be the Abel Screening which is supposed to test for assorted deviancies. Undergoing it would be an important prerequisite to parole or transferring Al-Turki to a Saudi prison/resort.
    Al-Turki's people have rejected it because it would mean admitting that he did something wrong, also the group would be run by a woman and there are the photos of men, women and children in swimsuits.
    Obviously Saudi mores and Islamic law say that Homaidan Al-Turki did nothing wrong. ISIS' rapes and sex slaves show us how that works, but Saudi Arabia runs a low key version of the same thing.
    The entire premise of the program is incompatible with Islam. It's Islamophobic since it rejects the Islamic idea that Muslim men can rape non-Muslim women within the context of a hostile environment, especially in a non-Muslim country.
    So we just have to decide between Saudi ISIS law and American law. It's that simple.

    Saudi Arabian rape culture comes to America to often. The islam defense is their true defense. The islam faith is a rape cult-ure.
    He's a liar. Convict him of rape and throw him in prison.

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    He's not from a prominent Saudi family.

    Homaidan Al-Turki - Wikipedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by sooda View Post
    He's a liar. Convict him of rape and throw him in prison.

    He is exactly the same as all of them. Rape cult hiding behind religion.


    because the behavior he was charged with was commonplace back in Saudi Arabia.
    Last edited by Big Dummy; 05-14-2017 at 11:35 AM.
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    Does CAIR not want to defend this creep?



    "We are Muslim. We are different. The state has criminalized these basic Muslim behaviors. Attacking traditional Muslim behaviors is a focal point of the prosecution."
    He had a point, because
    the behavior he was charged with was commonplace back in Saudi Arabia.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sooda View Post
    He's not from a prominent Saudi family.

    Homaidan Al-Turki - Wikipedia

    You might remember that earlier this year, the Executive Director for Colorado’s prisons, Tom Clements, denied a request to release al-Turki and have him sent back to Saudi Arabia. Eight days later, Clements was shot dead shortly after opening his front door on March 19, 2013.

    Could have fooled me.
    Last edited by Big Dummy; 05-14-2017 at 11:45 AM.
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