UK police discriminate against Muslims
Sun Sep 18, 2011 9:30AM GMT
A British Muslim woman has accused the British police of supporting and emboldening the attacker who had raped her twice and threatened to kill her.
The Muslim woman revealed that the Metropolitan Police investigators have leaked the information she had given to them about her attacker.
The attacker raped her in London in April 2010 for the first time. The Muslim woman reported the attack to the police in September of the same year, but she told no one else about the incident. The woman stated that her attacker called her sister the following day saying that he had been informed that she had gone to the police.
“He already knew the fact that I had reported him to the police. I had not shared that information with anyone, not even my close friends or family,” said the Muslim woman.
After a few days, the attacker called her again and the woman recorded the phone conversation. The Muslim woman said this time the attacker threatened “to kill me if I went to the police. He did not deny raping me, instead he repeated the threat that he would throw acid in my face.”
The woman gave the recording to the police, but the investigators accused her of receiving money from an enemy of the rapist to make accusations against him.
In January 2011, the rapist tracked the woman down and said that the investigators had not even searched his house and had been supporting him.
One month later, in February, the attacker raped the Muslim woman for a second time. “I did not say anything. I was too scared. I knew he could do whatever he wanted to me,” said the woman as she described the attack.
From my experience it is very rare for police to even log a crime against a Muslim had been reported, let alone pretend that it will be investigated.
We shouldn't just look at the lack of intervention by police when Muslims make a complaint on its own. We should look at what happens when complaints are made against Muslims.
This is what happens when Muslims commit the crime of arguing with people on an amusement park about ride rules.