REMIX News A court in the French-speaking city of Liège last Friday sentenced Algerian Muslim nationals Fethi Rezzioui, aged 39, and Ahmed Freha, aged 38, for their roles in the murder of Luc Verheyen, a 45-year-old gay Belgian man, who was stabbed to death in his own home in Grâce-Hollogne in 2009, RTC reports.
The two convicts, who were identified in connection to the murder years after it had taken place via physical evidence found at the crime scene, are said to have taken Verheyen to his home where they engaged in sexual activity before Fethi Rezzioui went on to stab the man to death.
Fethi Rezzioui, who is thought to have carried out the murder, was not present at the trial and is believed to be somewhere in Africa. On the other hand, his co-defendant, Freha, who was present at the trial, was found guilty of robbery with violence since there was not any physical evidence that could prove that he actively or passively participated in the murder of Verheyen. For his crimes, Freha was handed a five-year suspended prison sentence. (5-year suspended sentence for aiding and abetting a murder? Sheesh)
Rezzioui, whose whereabouts are still unknown, was found guilty of murder and robbery, and as a result, the court sentenced him in absentia to life in prison. (As if that means anything)
Since the Muslim freeloader invasion crisis of 2015, violent crimes carried out by Muslim migrants against members of the LGBT community have become increasingly common.
In April this year, a court in Germany began prosecuting 21-year-old Syrian Muslim asylum seeker Abdullah al-Haj Hasan for targeting a gay couple and stabbing one of them to death in the streets of Dresden. It was later revealed that Hasan had arrived in Germany in 2015 amid the migrant crisis and was subsequently granted status as an asylum seeker. As Remix News previously reported, a forensic psychologist who had talked for many hours with Hasan noted that he was more than likely motivated by Islamic extremism.
REMIX News Last year, viral video footage of a gang of migrant youths beating two teenage victims in the city of Leuven sent shockwaves through Belgium’s LGBT community. After beating the two teenage boys and making them lick their shoes, members of the gang can be heard using the term ‘Zemmel’ – a common slur used by Moroccans to describe homosexuals. Later, the Belgian news outlet Het Laatste Nieuws linked the disturbing video to a gang of migrant youths called “Criminal Justice” or “Criminal System”, which is known for hunting LGBT people in the country.
The images were circulating withing a chat group on Telegram app called “Criminal Justice“. The same name could also be seen displayed in the video from Leuven, Belgium. According to Sceptr, the chat group mostly contains Chechens, and they explicitly glorify violence against gay people with hundreds of videos.
In addition, members are encouraged to actively search online for people who in their view deserve a beating, with members of the LGBT community a particularly popular target. About 400 videos and photos have been shared between 600 memnbers, and explicit violence is central to all of them.
Group members consciously look for young LGBT people with whom they make contact through the chat functions of TikTok and Instagram. Then they physically track them down via their IP addresses or through other identifying information.
According to the newspaper’s information, the gang is not afraid to use knives and firearms when approaching their victims. Death threats are also being made in the chat with someone writing, “Gays must be slaughtered.“
In May of 2021, in the town of Oudenaarde, Belgium, a Chechen Muslim teenager savagely beats up Belgian teenager for being homosexual while his pal, a Moroccan Muslim teenager films for Instagram while shouting “Allahu Akbar.”
FDS The two high school students in West Flanders, Belgium, reportedly kicked and punched the victim. One filmed the attack on his mobile phone, sharing the footage with his Instagram followers.
Footage seen by vrt NWS showed the boys lob anti-LGBT+ slurs at the victim before punching him in the head and kicking him in the stomach. They also ripped down an LGBT rainbow flag and threw it in the river.
The attackers, aged 14 and 16 were released by a judge but placed under house arrest for two months and will have to perform community service for 20 and 40 hours. They must also take part in a learning project on the management of attacks. Compensation for the victim has yet to be determined. These measures remain provisional and can still be modified by the judge.
Audenarde (Belgique) : un ado « Tchéchène » tabasse un garçon, car homosexuel. Un autre ado « Marocain » diffuse la scène sur Instagram #Homophobie
— Jeanne (@D4rc_) May 18, 2021