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Norway: Muslim migrants rape teen girls, only one journalist shows up for trial but is denied entry



The mass-migration endeavor must be protected at all costs.

“Eritreans and Somalis raped a 13-year-old in Oslo after Snapchat grooming,” translated from “Eritreer og somalier voldtok 13-åring i Oslo etter Snapchat-grooming,” by Julie Dahle, Human Rights Service, March 16, 2023 (thanks to L.):

The online newspaper Document was denied access to the courtroom when two men stood trial this week for the rape of a 13-year-old girl and sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl. A 29-year-old man from Eritrea and a 21-year-old man from Somalia allegedly came into contact with the girls on Snapchat and gave them alcohol before committing the rapes. The details of the case are confusingly similar to the details of the extensive grooming scandals in England.

Who is protected in practice when the Oslo District Court closes its doors to the only journalist who has found his way to the courtroom to cover the rape case can certainly be debated. Are the little girls who were sexually exploited by adult immigrant men protected or is the general public “protected” from the gruesome facts of the case?

What is beyond any doubt is that openness is the foundation of the rule of law and that open court hearings are the rule, as is also laid down in §100 of the Constitution. Although the law states that restrictions can be placed on the presence of the public and the press during court hearings if there are compelling reasons or a special need for privacy, it will take a lot for the court to close its doors completely. Journalist Øyvind Thuestad, who has worked with criminal cases for a number of years, describes the court’s practice.

Sometimes the court’s administrator has closed the court to the public, but allowed the press to attend the court proceedings, sometimes with an admonition not to identify minor victims and/or defendants. In rarer cases, the press is banned from reporting, but can therefore also be present in court in those cases.

The Norwegian press does not identify victims of violence and rape who do not want to come forward themselves. There is probably not a single example in modern times where the press has identified a minor victim of violence or sexual abuse in a court report.

There are thus no descriptions of what has been said behind the closed doors of the district court, but there are still a few details, and those details are worth some general considerations. In a short paragraph Document summarizes the actual conditions:

After getting in touch on Snapchat, the two girls are said to have sought out the two men in the 29-year-old’s apartment in the district of Vestre Aker on 11 October 2021. A great deal of alcohol is said to have been consumed there. According to the indictment, the rape and sexual assault must have taken place in the apartment at 3 o’clock in the morning.

It is not specified who contacted whom, but it is completely subordinate when it comes to children and adults who have contact. In any case, the responsibility rests with the adults, and here there is no doubt that the two young girls, aged 13 and 14 respectively, have been invited into the older man’s apartment, after which alcohol has been drunk before the abuse took place.

Anyone who thinks they have heard similar stories before is absolutely right. The only difference between the case going to the district court and the thousands of cases that were rolled up in England is that the latter has been given a descriptive word: grooming.

The so-called grooming scandals in Great Britain shocked the whole of Europe, not least because of the specter of racism that hung over the British aid apparatus and paralyzed everything from the police to child protection and teachers. When the British Home Office investigated what had actually happened, it turned out that the specter of racism had also taken up residence in the ministry; they concluded that, in general, white men commit the most abuse, and found no connection between Muslim origin and grooming.

Again the children, typically vulnerable British girl children, had to pay the price, as the supposed professional actors failed them in the worst way.

The fear of being labeled racist meant that thousands of English girls, often already in public care or from low-resource homes, fell victim to typically Muslim gangs. HRS has mentioned the scandal in several cases, here for example from 2016:

The phenomenon of grooming, where gangs of abusers go after vulnerable girl children, is referred to by former top politician Jack Straw as English “easy meat” girls for men with a “Pakistani background”, precisely because the men typically go after girls from unstable families or who have already been taken taken care of by the authorities.

Calculations have been made that show that there is a very high probability that the abuser has a Muslim background, and that the phenomenon cannot be turned on its head: That white British non-Muslim men in gangs deliberately go after British Muslim girls:

This is when some shout ‘racism,’ but here are the facts: calculations based on convictions show that a British Muslim male is 170 times more likely to be a part of a sex grooming gang than a non-Muslim. And there are no recorded instances of non-Muslims doing this to Muslim girls as part of a criminal enterprise.

In addition, there is this shocking information: In one local area, it is estimated that six out of seven Muslim men either knew about the abuses, or were themselves involved in them….


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