Muslim car wash owner Qadir Miakhil is an evil sexual deviant of the worst kind. The sick individual gave a new immigrant a job at his car wash in Alum Rock, Birmingham. For the new employee it turned out to be the worst decision of his life. On his first day of his new job his islamo-nonce boss Qadir Miakhil took him to a house on Foxton Road and subjected him to the most heinous, sick, despicable kind of attack imaginable.
As a straight male i cannot even begin to get my head round how the victim must have felt. Men raping women is sick enough. But men raping men, especially a straight man is the most horrific and disgusting thing possible. I would rather be hammered with a baseball bat and have both my arms and legs broke and every rib come to think of it than be subjected to gay rape.
For the severity of the crime, a sentence of 8 and a half years is pretty pathetic given he will only serve half of that time. He should have been given a minimum of 20 years.
For followers of a religion that is homophobic and calls for gays to be executed. Muslims seem to make up a large proportion of recent gay rape attacks that have taken place. It reaffirms that they are perverted sexual predators with no morales or respect. To a sex obsessed Muslim beast anything is fair game as long as they satisfy their twisted cravings. male or female, consensual or by force, adult or child, dead or alive, human or animal
Car wash owner raped male employee on first day at work
25 Nov 2013 12:45
Employer assumed victim with poor English would stay silent but young jobseeker reported attack to police
A man who gave a young jobseeker employment at his car wash in Alum Rock and then raped him on his first day at work has been jailed at Birmingham Crown Court.
The 20-year-old victim had only been in the country for two months after moving here to stay with family and thought he’d was exceptionally lucky when Qadir Miakhil gave him a job on 19 June.
But the following day Miakhil, 24, took him to an address on Foxton Road and raped him.
Miakhil thought he’d got away with it and assumed his young victim would remain silent due to his lack of English and the fact that he’d only been in the country for a matter of weeks.
But the 20-year-old confided in family members and reported the rape to police officers the next day, who launched a major investigation and arrested Miakhil on 22 June.
He denied committing the offence but was convicted by a jury on 25 October and was today sentenced to eight and a half years in prison.
He was also ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for life.
Miakhil’s victim submitted an impact statement to the court in which he describes moving away from Birmingham following the attack and his relationship with his girlfriend breaking down as a result of what happened.
He said: “I was so scared and I thought I was going to die. He left me feeling like I was not human anymore.
“I was so terrified. I think it will take a long time to get over what has happened to me. I just want to put it behind me and move on with my life.”
The officer who led the inquiry today (Monday 25 November) commended Miakhil’s victim for coming forward and urged other men who have suffered sexual abuse not to suffer in silence.
Det Sgt Jacqueline Mircetic, from the force’s Public Protection Unit, said: “The bravery of the victim on this occasion meant that we were able to put together a strong case which has resulted in a conviction and a very lengthy prison sentence.
“Men often find it difficult to come forward but I hope that today’s proceedings demonstrate how seriously the police and courts take sexual abuse – in all its forms.
“Male-on-male rape in particular is often a taboo subject but there are a range of support services out there that can help and I would encourage anyone who has suffered to contact them. Please don’t suffer in silence.”
For further information and support visit Rape Crisis or call their freephone helpline on 0808 802 9999 between 12 and 12:30pm or 7pm and 9:30pm.
The charity Mpower specifically supports male survivors of sexual abuse www.male-rape.org.uk or call 0808 808 4321 Friday lunchtime between 12pm and 2pm or Monday evening between 6pm and 8pm.