Muslim refugees in Norway are being taught how to treat Western women in classes designed to help male asylum seekers adapt to a country where women walk alone in public, talk to men, and wear clothes that bare more than their ankles.
The classes teach Muslim refugees they shouldn’t feel free to sexually harass or rape a woman simply because she wears skimpy clothes, drinks alcohol or smiles at them. Formal instruction is being offered as rapes by Muslims from Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria and North Africa have soared in Norway and Sweden in recent years.
The first such “sex education” program was launched in Norway after a series of rapes by Muslim migrants from 2009 to 2011.
Abdu Osman Kelifa, a Muslim asylum seeker from North Africa, told the New York Times he was shocked when he first arrived in Norway and saw women wearing short skirts and kissing in public, saying only prostitutes do that back in his homeland.
Kelifa said the sensitivity classes taught him a woman is not making sexual advances at him simply because she talks to him or walks alone at night without a male escort:
Men have weaknesses, and when they see someone smiling it is difficult to control.
[Back home] if someone wants a lady, he can just take her and he will not be punished.”
Per Isdal, a clinical psychologist in Stavanger, Norway, developed the sensitivity classes. Isdal said the programs are meant to be educational without being accusatory, but underscored they are necessary.
“[Many refugees] come from cultures that are not gender-equal and where women are the property of men,” said Isdal. “We have to help them adapt to their new culture.”
Under sharia law, Muslim women must be submissive to their husbands, and a woman who is not sexually submissive can be raped by her husband with impunity. Under sharia, it’s OK to rape Norwegian and Swedish women because they are considered “infidels.”
A course manual sets out a simple rule that all asylum seekers need to learn and follow: “To force someone into sex is not permitted in Norway, even when you are married to that person.”
Rapes in Sweden and Norway — two of the most feminist and gender-equal countries in the world — have skyrocketed in recent years as their Muslim refugee and migrant populations have soared.
Sweden, which once boasted extremely low instances of rape, is now considered the “rape capital of the West.” The news has not been highly publicized because Sweden fears being labeled racist or Islamophobic.
The number of gang rapes in Sweden has exploded between 1995 and 2006, and culprits in most cases were immigrants from Muslim countries. The punishment for most of these horrible crimes has been shockingly light.
In November 2015, a gang of teenage boys were sentenced to a few months of probation after brutally gang-raping a 23-year-old Swedish woman. The group took turns vaginally raping, beating and sodomizing the girl. All the rapists were asylum seekers from Muslim North Africa.
The victim told Aftonbladet she felt “sick” that her rapists received such light sentences. The young lady said her physical wounds will heal but “mentally I feel bloody awful.”