Syrian Refugee Sexually Assaults Young Teens in Edmonton
Soleiman Hajj Soleiman, a Syrian Refugee, was arrested in Edmonton on Saturday and charged with six counts of sexual assault and six counts of sexual interference after six teenage girls all under the age of 16 told a lifeguard who then called security on Soleiman. The young teens then told police they were inappropriately touched while swimming at the water park.
Edmonton Police tweeted about the incident
Fears that identifying Soleiman as a refugee has the executive director of the Islamic Family and Social Services Association concerned.
"It's going to inflame a segment of our population who already harbour a bias, a discrimination or unfair views towards newcomers," said Mohamed Huque to CBC, whose group last year helped resettle 250 Syrian refugees.
Sexual assaults are a recurring criticism of refugee opponents across the USA, Europe and Canada with parents claiming their children are being sexually assaulted and harassed in schools by refugee students with little recourse from the law and schools who fear political correctness.
A German inventor has even created 'anti-rape shorts' after the New Year's Eve celebrations in Cologne were marred by Mass sex attacks which saw as many as 2000 men alledgedly sexually assaulting 1200 German women. The attack was carried out by refugees.