Muslim terrorist behind horrific rape of 7-year-old Israeli girl, involved in another rape
The Israel Police said Tuesday night that it will reopen the case into the kidnapping and rape of a 7-year-old Jewish girl due to new information it received after the case had been made public which suggests that the Muslim terrorist was involved in another rape.
The investigation is expected to focus on the attempt to locate two Muslim who held the little girl down while she was raped.
“In order to fully clarify suspicions against others involved in the offense, and in light of new information that was received after the case had been made public, we decided to instruct the central unit at the Jerusalem District to carry out further steps in the interrogation,” the Police said in a statement.
The Shin Bet domestic security service will be requested to help in the probe, which is currently being handled by the police and the chief military prosecutor.
On Monday, 46-year-old Muslim terrorist Mohammed Katosa, a resident of the Palestinian Authority village of Deir Qadis was charged with kidnapping and raping the Jewish girl, whom he met at the school where he was employed as a janitor.
Police said the filthy Muslim had groomed the little girl, engaging her in conversation and giving her candy for a long time before committing the barbaric terror attack.
One day, the rapist took the girl to a house and raped her.
The girl “cried and called for help,” according to the indictment.
Two Muslim terrorists held the little girl down, laughed, mocked her, and told her that she deserved to be raped for being a Jew, while she was raped by Mohammed Katosa.
Avigdor Liberman, leader of the Israel Beytenu party has responded to the rape by saying: “It was not pedophilia but simple terror – one of the worst cases I have ever heard of. This is precisely one of the cases in which I would not hesitate and demand that the court sentence the despicable terrorist to death.”
“It is a pity that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu continues to torpedo the death penalty for the terrorists, despite his written and public commitment,” Liberman added.