Thursday, April 10, 2008

Storm Track Infiltration: Muslim Sex Offenders Offended

Will infidels ever find stop finding ways to offend Muslims? First we make demands on them when asked to scrub up before operating on patients and now we even offended Muslim sex offenders. It’s the same old story. What applies to infidels does not apply to Muslims – the new privileged class.

It seems that even when infidels try to correct their anti-social behavior they believe that such treatment is against their religion.

Muslim sex offenders are asking to be let off a prison treatment programme on religious grounds.

Rapists, paedophiles and other dangerous attackers are expected to discuss their crimes with other inmates as a condition of release.

But Muslim prisoners complain that criminals should not have to talk about their offences - a "legitimate Islamic position", according to Ahtsham Ali, the Prison Service's Muslim adviser.

The possibility of an exemption for Muslims came to light in a letter from an unnamed inmate to Inside Time, a newspaper for prisoners.

The convict said: "I have always insisted that it was against Islamic teachings to discuss your offence to anyone, let alone act it out within a peer group."

Experts said ministers, who have launched a review of the issue, could face a legal challenge from Muslims kept longer in prison because they had not undergone the treatment programme.

A Prison Service spokesman said officials were seeking to ensure the treatment programme was sensitive to "the diversity of religions within the prison context".


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