School Sides With the Attackers after Canadian Girl, 14, Sexually Assaulted by 2 Muslim Immigrants at School Dance

A Canadian girl, age 14, was allegedly sexually assaulted by two Muslim immigrants, while attending her first school dance ever.

One of the suspects was the girl’s classmate, and was actually allowed to go back to school after serving only a brief suspension, the Canadian news organization the Rebel reported.

Scores of male Muslim refugees have swarmed to Canada in recent months, taking advantage of the liberal Justin Trudeau’s prime ministerial open border welcome.

Scores of male Muslim refugees have swarmed to Canada in recent months, taking advantage of the liberal Justin Trudeau’s prime ministerial open border welcome.

The assault allegedly took place at Fredericton High School in New Brunswick. The news blog Sharia Unveiled has more details:

“The girl’s mother said two Syrian students tried to grind with her daughter at the dance, before one of them began groping her breasts and forced his hand inside her underwear, touching her vagina.”

The school’s response, meanwhile, was shocking. Documents obtained in a freedom of information request show school officials discussing the alleged assault and subsequent fallout. Robyn Allen, the school’s vice principal, admitted in an email to school employees that,

‘We’ve had a few incidents of inappropriate touching/sexual assault’ with the foreign students and noted that working with a translator ‘helped us a lot in the spring.’

Another vice-principal, Elaine Kilfillen, worried that the alleged attacker ‘will become a target in our student population once the rumor mill gets going.’ The girl’s mother claimed that school officials encouraged her daughter to understand the alleged attacker’s perspective and consider the effect her clothing may have had, according to The Rebel.

“The alleged attacker, who denied any contact with the girl beyond just dancing, is reportedly back at school after being suspended for one week, while the girl is undergoing therapy in order to help cope with the incident, the girl’s mother said.”


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