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Will Afghan Refugees Place Our Children In Danger?

By Dave Gibson, September 27, 2021

On September 23, Bahrullah Noori, 20, was arraigned in federal court in Wisconsin, following his arrest for reportedly sexually assaulting two young boys at Fort McCoy, where he was being housed, along with thousands of other Afghan evacuees.

Another Afghan man witnessed mutiple incidents in which Noori was abusing boys at the base, according to court documents.

The Wisconsin Journal reported:

The man told the FBI he walked into the bathroom in the early morning hours of Sept. 11 and saw Noori taking off the clothes of the 14-year-old and trying to have sex with him. The same day, the man came into the bathroom to find Noori kissing the 12-year-old.

Both boys told investigators Noori had touched them inappropriately, kissed and bit them and said he would beat them if they told anyone about the sexual abuse.

Noori has been charged with three counts of engaging in sexual acts with a minor and one count of attempting to engage in such acts with a minor while using force.

He is currently being held at the Dane County Jail without bond.

The aforementioned abuse had reportedly been taking place for two weeks, in other words, it started nearly as soon as Noori arrived in this country, courtesy of the American taxpayer.

Unfortunately, it is widely known that the sexual abuse of young boys by adult men is very commonplace in Afghanistan.

In 2011, while serving in Afghanistan, Sgt. 1st Class Charles Martland was approached by a woman desperate for help. She reported that an Afghan police commander living on the same base as Sgt. Martland had been repeatedly raping her 12-year-old son.

When Martland confronted the commander, Abdul Rahman, he admitted to the abuse and simply laughed it off, saying “it wasn’t a big deal.”

Words were exchanged and Rahman ended up on the ground, bruised and undoubtedly humiliated. The Afghan commander reported the incident and the next day Sgt. Martland was taken away in a helicopter, and would eventually be ordered to be “involuntary discharged” from the Army.

Fortunately, once the story received widespread media attention, the decision would be reversed. But the message was clear…DO NOT PROTECT THE CHILDREN!

In fact, in 2012, Pentagon lawyers, at the request of the Obama Administration, drafted an Army manual, which forbade any criticism of child molestation by troops serving in Muslim countries.

The 75-page handbook stated troops should avoid “making derogatory comments about the Taliban, advocating women’s rights, any criticism of pedophilia, directing any criticism towards Afghans, mentioning homosexuality and homosexual conduct” or “anything related to Islam,” Judicial Watch reported.

One aspect of immigration that is never discussed is the fact that when you allow large numbers of people from a certain region to come to this country, you are also importing that region’s customs, behaviors and culture.

What kind of government would risk its children’s safety by importing such a culture?