Daily Archive: June 14, 2017


Disgusting fat ugly sociopath makes over 15 false rape & sexual assault accusations. Man sent to jail for 7 years because of it.


A woman’s false claims she had been sexually assaulted by up to 15 attackers in three years led to one man being jailed for seven years, a court has heard.

Jemma Beale, 25, twice told juries Mahan Cassim raped her after giving her a lift home in November 2010.

Beale said she was a lesbian with ‘no desire’ to have sex with men and Mr Cassim was jailed for seven years following a retrial at Isleworth Crown Court in January 2012.

Beale then told police she was groped by stranger Noam Shazad in a pub in July 2011 and he then took part in a gang rape attack involving ‘sexual violence of a most serious kind’.

Mr Shazad skipped bail and fled the country after being charged with sexual assault, the court heard.

Beale then made two bogus complaints against six other men in 2013, Southwark Crown Court was told.

She claimed two strangers sexually assaulted her close to her home in Ashford, Middlesex, before she was put through another gang rape attack by four other men two months later.

Two of those identified by Beale as being involved in the last attack were arrested and interviewed in connection with the assault but never charged, jurors heard.

Beale now denies four counts of perjury and four of perverting the course of justice.

The charges relate to accounts she gave at Mr Cassim’s trials along with the four complaints she made to police about the other attacks between 2010 and 2013.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4601950/Woman-rape-sex-assault-claims-against-15-men.html#ixzz4jyziCmBS
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Canadian university to confer honorary doctorate on former head of Hamas-linked group


The University of Waterloo in Kitchener, Ontario is set to honor “Dr. Ingrid Mattson, of Huron University College, an honorary Doctor of Laws degree on June 14, 2017.” Mattson’s reputation precedes her: she has numerous connections to jihadist groups.

Point de Bascule reported on some highly disturbing background information about Mattson, referring to her as “another scholar whom the NCCM consults to gain an accurate understanding of Islam”. The NCCM is the former CAIR-CAN:

In 2009, during her [Mattson’s] mandate as President of the Islamic Society of North America (ISNA), U.S. Judge Solis ruled that “The [U.S.] Government has produced ample evidence to establish the associations of CAIR, ISNA…with Hamas.” (United States of America v. Holy Land Foundation for Relief and Development / pp.14-15 of 20).

In 2000, at an ISNA conference, Ingrid Mattson endorsed Muslim scholar Syed Maududi (1903-1979) by stating that he has probably produced “the best work of Tafseer [Koranic commentary] in English.” In the portion of his tafsir dedicated to verse 4:24, Maududi condoned the rape of non-Muslim female prisoners of war by Muslims. This kind of doctrinal justification led to the rape of Yazidi female prisoners of war on a large scale by the Islamic State in Iraq. According to the Guardian, “When [Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi] made his speech in July [2014] at Mosul’s Great Mosque declaring the creation of an Islamic state with himself as its caliph, [he] quoted at length from the Indian/Pakistani thinker Abul A’la Maududi [aka Syed Maududi], the founder of the Jamaat-e-Islami party in 1941 and originator of the contemporary term Islamic state.”

Yet Mattson launched a lawfare proceeding against terrorism expert and lawyer David Harris for his characterization of her as “radical” on a radio show in 2014. Mattson eventually dropped the case, prompting the Lawfare Project, which supported Harris, to state that “the unjustifiable nature of Mattson’s lawsuit is revealed by her willingness to drop the litigation, at an advanced stage, with no payout or apology from Harris, in spite of the alleged gravity of her claims.”

Now the Lawfare Project has written a letter to the President of the University of Waterloo, Dr. Feridun Hamdullahpur, calling for action on its plans to award Mattson an honorary doctorate. Also interesting to note was a report by Jonathan Halevi, senior researcher of the Middle East and radical Islam at the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs, who indicated in January 2016 that the University of Waterloo “was collaborating with a Palestinian university which serves as a hub for terrorist groups.”


“The Lawfare Project Calls for Action on University of Waterloo Plan to Honor Ingrid Mattson,” Lawfare Project, June 13, 2017: