NORWAY: In the city of Fredrikstad, a Muslim man in his forties has been detained for raping his daughter.
The daughter in her twenties had become too Westernized for his liking. She is one of those the Norwegians smile to: Well integrated and acts Norwegian. But the price she had to pay was high.
Aftenposten writes that police believe the rape "bears the mark of being a father's punishment for her daughter living too Western". She has also explained so, according to the police prosecutor. Both father and daughter have non-western background.
- They have been arguing prior to the rape. The father has been angry because his daughter did not follow his (Islamic) way of life, she explained in questioning, said police lawyer Anette Sogn to Fredrikstad24.
The father says he is surprised after the DNA results.
- He has acknowledged that he sat on the victim's bed, thus trying to explain the police's findings with indirect contact. It is for us a completely pathetic explanation, says police lawyer Anette Sogn to Fredrikstad24.
The father, who does not understand why he has been charged with rape and incest, is actually most surprised that his panicking daughter alerted the postman outside the house and went to the police.
He had just punished her so that she would understand who decided what kind of life she should live.
She now receives psychiatric help.
The Court considers the alleged rape especially heinous as it committed by her own father and in her own home.
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