Somalian rapist jailed for 11 years
A Somalian man has been jailed after he held a sharp piece of wood against a teenage girl’s throat and raping her, saying that the victim could not be a virgin ‘because you are white’.
Ahmed Abdoule, 33, from Hull, East Yorkshire told his victim ‘my country would love you’ following the brutal attack which has seen him jailed for 11 years.
The victim, who was known to Abdoule prior to the attack, ‘cried and pleaded’ with the savage rapist to let her go during the ordeal, Hull Crown Court heard.
The sickening pervert took the victim to his home and locked the door as she begged him to let her go.
Despite her pleas, Abdoule ‘jabbed a sharp piece of wood into her stomach’ and forced her upstairs.
He then began his twisted attack on the teenager, holding the weapon against her throat as he raped her.
Judge Mark Bury told Abdoule: ‘She told you she was a virgin to try and get you to stop.
‘You said to her, “You cannot be, you are white”.’
The court also heard that Abdoule ordered the girl not to look at him while he raped her and pulled her top over her face during the attack.
After he had finished raping her, he told his victim that he had ‘liked it’ and that she was ‘not the only girl who was going to get punished’.
Abdoule, from east Hull, also told her that ‘my country would love you’.
After he dropped the teenager away from his home, Abdoule gave the victim a new top to wear and told her to ‘cherish it’ and threatened to kill her if she told anyone about his attack.
Abdoule denied the accusations levelled against him but was found guilty in court and has been sentenced to 11 years behind bars.
The teenage victim said in her impact statement that she did not feel safe in her own home following the attack.
She said: ‘I don’t seem able to talk to boys or men anymore, as I feel uneasy doing so.
‘Mum lets me go a bit further from the house than last summer, but I always let her know where I am.
‘I used to go missing and stay out late, and mum used to nag me, telling me stuff could happen to me.
‘I never listened. She was right.’
The victim’s mother wrote in her own statement that she had ‘failed her as a mum’.
The victim’s mother said: ‘I feel guilty about what happened. It is my job to protect my daughter, and although I did the best I could I have failed her in the end.
‘Even when she goes to the shops now I do not like it.