Bilal Scaf of Sydney’s Bilal Scaf Rape Gang
Last month in a Ramadan sermon given in Arabic and translated by Australian reporters into English, in commenting on gang rapes of Australian girls by Muslim gangs, Sheik Taj Aldin al Hilali said:
“If you take out uncovered meat and place it outside on the street or in the garden or in the park, or in the backyard without a cover and the cats come and eat it . . . whose fault is it, the cat’s or the meat? The uncovered meat is the problem. If she was in her room, in her home, no problem would have occurred.”
Yasmine Ahmed is at the far left.
Australian government spokesperson Yasmine Ahmed called the Imam’s statements “misogynist and patriarchal” and said she reacted with “absolute disgust and disappointment”, continuing, “I think my immediate reaction is disappointment, more than anything, that someone who considers themselves a leader of the community would make such uninformed and ridiculous comments that have no basis in Islam. His comments have absolutely no basis in the Qu’ran . . . there’s no basis in the teachings of the prophet. If there was, I would not be a Muslim…The only thing Muslim leaders should be saying about any sexual assaults is to absolutely condemn them in unconditional terms.”
Sheik Taj Aldin al Hilal
And what does the good Imam have to say? He says his comments were “misinterpreted.” Right. Kind of like the Israeli President’s sexual assaults and rapes were a matter of his victims’ “misinterpretation.” Kind of like Russia’s Putin didn’t really mean his congratulatory remarks about the Israeli President’s rapes; he was just misunderstood.