NEWS.com.au reported "The complainant was born a Muslim and raised a Muslim and was a Muslim all her life," Mr O'Brien said. He said when the woman came to Australia from the Middle East she began listening to Christian teachers and reading the Bible.
At least she has been exposed to the truth.He said the woman - who wears the Muslim hijab - had received threats from members of her faith for reading the Bible but had not converted to Christianity.
Islam calls for apostates to be killed ("Whoever changes his religion, kill him" is called for in Bukhari, Abu Dawud, and many other Haddith that are not online, including Muslim, Tirmidhi, Ibn Majah, An-Nasai, the Muwatta of Imam Malik, Tayalisi, Ibn Hanbal, Ibn Hibban, the Sunan al-Kubraa, Bayhaqi, Abu Ya'laa, Humaidi, Abd al-Razzaq, and Ibn Abi Shaybah.). I guess rape must be the penalty for just reading the Bible.It is alleged she met Al Shawany, who she had first met overseas, at Warwick Farm railway station in September 2002 after he told her he had some mail for her from overseas. Al Shawany allegedly then took her to a Warwick Farm unit and pushed her in the head as she entered. "She was wearing a hijab. The accused grabbed the hijab, the veil, and pulled it tight across her mouth," Mr O'Brien told the court. "She fell to the floor and she couldn't scream because she had a hijab tight across her mouth."
Another disadvantage to wearing a hijab.Al Shawany allegedly raped the woman and later allegedly said: "Let your Jesus help you."
I assure you He will, and the rapist can count on a "hot time" on judgement day. But why just "your Jesus". The Quran mentions Jesus, and calls Him a great prophet. It does not admit that He is the Son of God, but it does recognize Him as a prophet.In a police interview, Al Shawany denied having sexual intercourse with the woman or threatening her. Al Shawany's barrister Chris Pike told the court his client was a hardworking businessman with close ties to the community who strenuously denied the charges. "My client is not a zealot," Mr Pike said.
No he is just a mild mannered rapist.The woman gave evidence in closed court yesterday and is expected to return to the witness stand when the trial before Judge David Knox continues today.