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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 01:01 pm

Leb-style rapists Bilal and Mohammed Skaf, whose original sentences were overturned, have been locked away:

A simpering coward to the end, evil predator Mohammed Skaf, his head bowed, is led away in handcuffs as the gang rape trials that shocked Sydney were finally laid to rest yesterday.

With Mohammed and his brother Bilal sentenced for the last in a string of brutal attacks, The Daily Telegraph can reveal for the first time how 12 dedicated police officers put the vile attackers behind bars.

According to this jolly fellow, the Skafs deserve honour and respect:

While the rest of the nation celebrated the jailing of the Skaf brothers yesterday friend and spokesman, former terror suspect Zeky Mallah, claimed the evil sex predators “should be honoured”.

Ranting outside the Supreme Court, Mallah said: “Bilal Skaf and Mohammed Skaf should be more honoured and respected for the crimes they committed, if they did, because at least these two have not killed any of the victims like the American soldiers have (in Iraq).”

Sheik Taj Al Hilali once said of Mallah, who spent two years in jail for threatening to kill Commonwealth officers: “What happened to Zak I believe will happen to many more people in Australian society. When you sow love, you’ll reap love, but when you sow hatred … what you’ll reap is violence.” Way to sow the love, Zak.

Posted by Tim B. on 07/29/2006 at 03:23 AM
    1. They deserve the kind of respect and honour that can only be found at Her Majesty’s Pleasure. Ozzie-syle.

      Posted by captain on 2006 07 29 at 03:34 AM • permalink


    1. Lebs attack John Howard in Perth,23599,19951873-2,00.html

      Posted by Rocket Rod on 2006 07 29 at 03:37 AM • permalink


    1. This probably falls into “Don’t go there” territory but I couldn’t help but defile my monitor with coffee at this quote.

      “Listen guys, I’m the one with the WRX, I’m next.”

      -“WRX male” AKA one of Bilal Skaf’s co-conspirators.

      Posted by AussieJim on 2006 07 29 at 03:42 AM • permalink


    1. #3

      No WAY!!!!

      Posted by Dan Lewis on 2006 07 29 at 03:45 AM • permalink


    1. When I read this story and the link at #2, I can’t help recall the wisdom of that email joke that went around a couple of years ago. It looked like a genuine ‘news flash’ from a wire service and was headed ‘Earthquake in Lebanon kills 15,000 Lebanese’. The story went on to describe the horror of the disaster and then listed the action taken by the world community. The USA was sending a task force and had pledged a billion dollars, the UK was sending ships and was donating 10 million dollars etc etc. After it listed about 10 countries and their donations, it finished with; ‘Australia has agreed to provide 15,000 replacement Lebanese’.
      Doesn’t sound so funny now, does it?

      Posted by AlphaMikeFoxtrot on 2006 07 29 at 03:57 AM • permalink


    1. Just another crop of Malignant Muslims, if only we could rebirth them into fish food.

      Posted by Howzat on 2006 07 29 at 04:21 AM • permalink


    1. I think these scumbags will be reaping quite a lot of what they sowed, hopefully right up until their premature demise.

      Posted by The_Wizard_of_WOZ on 2006 07 29 at 04:31 AM • permalink


    1. Just another example of muslims behaving like a conquering army of occupation, in a decent and civilised nation,notice also the support they get from there own community regardless of what they do,among westerners rapists are hated as being the lowest of the low, but muslims think its something to be proud of, beneath a thin outward veneer they are uncivilised beasts.

      Posted by phillip on 2006 07 29 at 04:54 AM • permalink


    1. captain, please.

      Although pronounce “Ozzie”, in prose it’s “Aussie”

      Posted by Stop Continental Drift! on 2006 07 29 at 05:13 AM • permalink


    1. Yes, I reckon replacement to Lebanon is the go.

      I was raped when I was 16, a very long time ago, I never told anyone. I have thought for some time that a female friend (not after this happened, though) set me up with these people. The worst kind of betrayal. I never did anything about this as it was in the early 70s; I had put myself into a situation where it happened, there were four of them. It was near the trotting club, on vacant land, screaming didn’t help. Fighting back didn’t help, I just was slammed back down in the back of the car, bruising my back and head on the tyre lever and a spare tyre. These men were Australians and I think they had minor criminal records.
      This experience certainly awoke my ‘Gift of Fear’ (explained in a book of the same name by Gavin De Becker), an intuitive feeling that all is not right. Some time later I was offered a lift home which I accepted. When the car travelled in the opposite direction to that which I wanted to go I jumped out when the car stopped at the only set of lights on the road before a local ‘parking’ spot, I suspect that they chose their route to avoid any place where they would have to stop the car. Similar incidents happened to me where I found myself in danger. If I ever was seeing a fellow and he and I went out with only a male friend or friends of his I was suspicious and on my guard.
      My life has never been the same since that night. I was never able to trust straight up after that; it took time for me to feel safe with a man and his male friends. I know that not all men are rapists, however, when this happens to you your senses are heightened and anything which doesn’t feel right puts you more on guard. And you are on your guard all the time.

      I am sickened that Skaf’s sister says that he was set up.

      Posted by kae on 2006 07 29 at 05:13 AM • permalink


    1. I have tears in my eyes reading my last post. I should have done something about it, reported it. I am sure I would not be the only one who they assaulted.

      Posted by kae on 2006 07 29 at 05:18 AM • permalink


    1. oops. My bad.

      Posted by captain on 2006 07 29 at 05:39 AM • permalink


    1. And what was the point of the taxpayer shelling out millions for appeal after appeal after appeal? Pretty much the same result after it all.

      If the legal profession reckon these jokers deserve all these appeals, let the lawyers do it as a ‘community service’ out of their own pockets.

      Posted by Bozo on 2006 07 29 at 06:18 AM • permalink


    1. Ranting outside the Supreme Court, Mallah said: “Bilal Skaf and Mohammed Skaf should be more honoured and respected for the crimes they committed, if they did, because at least these two have not killed any of the victims like the American soldiers have (in Iraq).”

      That is absolutely disgusting! I dont care how bad Mallah feels about Iraq and whatnot, that is just vile, this was more than just a gang rape, they fucking raped one of the girls at 4 different location nymerous times over, they deserve to never see the light of day again.

      Sorry folks not here to stay. Thought I’d pay my respects here though. Anyone know how long they got jail for after the appeal though? or was it still the same sentence?

      Posted by M.Mayes on 2006 07 29 at 06:36 AM • permalink


    1. Don’t beat up on yourself kae.  Not many women, especially when they are young, are able to publicly face up to rape.  It is one of the most complicated victimizations one can suffer.  Be happy that you have learned from it and that you have found the courage to work at living a normal life.  It is important that life will out.  The value of your life lies only within yourself, not in any one thing that happened to you.

      The various believers of Islam are certainly showing themselves to be uncivilized savages.  It seems that no matter what outrage is committed, as long as it is against the infidels, their religion is able to provide a justification.  If this isn’t the true face of the religion, I would suggest that the time is running out for those “moderate” Muslims to stand up and say so.  They might talk about the mass Muslim on Muslim murder-spree going on all over the world, as well.  Tell us again why anyone ought to think Islam is a “Religion of Peace”, and why you stay silent in the face of uncontrolled thuggery in its name.

      Posted by saltydog on 2006 07 29 at 06:42 AM • permalink


    1. Rocket Rod: Lebanese MUSLIMS, please. Remember we have 300,000 Lebanese Christians here who came out here to get away from their muslim persecutors. The Maronites and other Lebanese Christians are quiet, hardworking people who integrate extremely well into Australian society. They moved out here and set up businesses. The Lebanese muslims move out here and go on the dole. BIG difference in attitudes – and the Lakemba mosque organises it for them while telling them htey arranged it to be so, and it is the infidels paying the jiziyeh to them!

      Generally, the lebanese Christians despise the muslims with a passion (’…having members of your family murdered by the bastards does that.’ is a memorable quote from one of my Maronite friends).

      What those rapist filth (who also happened to be exclusively muslims) did to those girls happens every single day to Maronites, Chaldeans, Assyrians, Melkites, Copts, Catholics and Eastern Orthodox christians all over the Arab world. It is now happening every day in Sweden and Norway too. Funny, that. The Lebanese Christian communities in Sydney put tremendous pressure on the NSW government to ‘give the bastards a little bit extra’ when they changed the sentencing for this appalling sort of crime.

      Hope little skaffy boy enjoys being the duty fish in Goulburn, for the soulless little <expletive deleted> richly deserves what he is going to get.

      It is vile, cowardly crimes like this which make me wish we still had the death penalty. Creatures like him should hang for such deeds.


      Posted by MarkL on 2006 07 29 at 07:00 AM • permalink


    1. Qur’an 4:23 “Prohibited to you are: your mothers, daughters, sisters…. Also (prohibited are) women already married, except slaves who are captives.” [Rape is okay with Team Islam.]

      Bukhari:V5B59N459 “I entered the Mosque, saw Abu, sat beside him and asked about sex. Abu Said said, ‘We went out with Allah’s Apostle and we received female slaves from among the captives. We desired women and we loved to do coitus interruptus.’”

      Posted by Mike_W on 2006 07 29 at 07:06 AM • permalink


    1. The Lebanese muslims move out here and go on the dole. BIG difference in attitudes – and the Lakemba mosque organises it for them while telling them htey arranged it to be so, and it is the infidels paying the jiziyeh to them!

      Take this up with the govt. and I promise I will lobby or march or whatever with you.

      Posted by M.Mayes on 2006 07 29 at 07:16 AM • permalink


    1. I’m quite happy for my tax dollars to pay for him to be locked in a zoo for the next 30 years where he will be forgotten.

      Even better if he spends it in Goulburn; that way it costs everyone associated with him a fortune in petrol costs every time they visit.

      Posted by tdw77 on 2006 07 29 at 08:05 AM • permalink


    1. Thank you for the kind words, Salty. I have tried not to think about it much over the past 30 odd years. I would hope that the men are dead now, or in prison, their criminal connections would probably have ensured that.

      Posted by kae on 2006 07 29 at 08:09 AM • permalink


    1. “Bilal Skaf and Mohammed Skaf should be more honoured and respected for the crimes they committed, if they did, because at least these two have not killed any of the victims like the American soldiers have (in Iraq).”

      No Zeky Mallah, Skaf and Skaf did their deeds the old fashioned way, it’s called the Uday and Qusay, method, difference is once Uday and Qusay deeds were accomplished, they killed and then were “honoured”.

      If American soldiers are convicted of “have not killed any of the victims like the American soldiers have ”, they will be punished severely, much like Uday and Qusay, were. Right?

      Posted by El Cid on 2006 07 29 at 08:48 AM • permalink


    1. The Muslie way of Justice and Diplomacy:
      Rape, and whine when caught, claiming it’s the Crusader’s fault and anyway I didn’t kill anyone and so should be honored.
      Murder, and whine that it’s the infidel’s fault for not supplying enough welfare money, and anyway I didn’t behead anyone and so should be honored.
      Kidnap, murder across a border as a form of diplomacy and then whine that the response is “disprportionate” and wait for the Int”l community to save my ass and honor me.
      and on and on and on….

      Posted by stats on 2006 07 29 at 10:19 AM • permalink


    1. kae – if you need to talk about it, you can contact me via

      Hon, you’re not the only one, OK? Talking helps. I know.

      Look at the brave girls who survived these attacks. No matter what these thugs did to their bodies, they didn’t rape their minds. You don’t have to keep hurting.

      Hugs, Zoe

      Posted by Zoe Brain on 2006 07 29 at 11:31 AM • permalink


    1. I have had the pleasure of seeing these two vile little bastards at Supermax (we were there for work) and I remember the warder telling us how much it cost to keep them there per year. He then asked us how much a 5.56 cost, and had 50 of us laughing our tits off, right in front of poor little Bilal’s cell. He just stared at us (he had a beard then – 2004). We weren’t allowed to speak to any of the inmates, but it was fun to see how much contempt we could convey in a glance, a smile, etc. One of my mates went one better and ran his thumb across his throat when he thought no-one was looking, but was spotted and worded up by our OC. These people are scum, nothing more, nothing less.
      <Rant ends>

      Posted by 185600 on 2006 07 29 at 12:14 PM • permalink


    1. I’ve often thought multiple and gang rapists ought to be castrated, the old-fashioned way.

      Posted by ushie on 2006 07 29 at 02:12 PM • permalink


    1. I believe in the death penalty, especially if rapists, child molesters, drug dealers etc are humanely tied to purpose-built stretchers that allow for convenient (but oh so slow) head-first dangling towards hungry white-pointer sharks. BIG, hungry white pointers…
      Now that would be a TV show I would like to see. Screw “dancing celebrities on ice”. How about “scumbags get the CHOMP”?

      Posted by der FRED on 2006 07 29 at 05:16 PM • permalink


    1. 11.kae, having been in a similar situation to you, I know exactly where you’re coming from.

      I agree with what salty and zoe said, and would like to add:

      Hindsight is 20/20 vision. Yes, your attackers would no doubt have attacked other women. If people get away with something once, they have a tendency to keep on with it.

      Karma is a bitch, however, and at some stage they would have gotten what was coming to them whether you were there to see it or not.

      It’s just more satisfying to see it happen, that’s all.

      Look at the times you were living in at the time, and you will see there would have been nothing you could change. It is the silence of shame that surrounds people, and since we often blame ourselves for our shaming, we punish ourselves more effectively than anyone else ever could.

      Even today, there is still a culture of blaming the victim; it takes a very strong and brave person to take the stand against the prevailing opinion.

      In any case, being able to speak up now can still help other women who may find themselves in the same situation.

      We can’t change the past, but we can make peace with it and use it to better ourselves and those around us.

      Posted by Nilknarf Arbed on 2006 07 29 at 10:20 PM • permalink


    1. The problem with Islam is that it institutionalises hypocrisy, unlike the better Christian countries that expose it.
      They have savage formal laws, which also have all sorts of ‘get out free’ clauses, even for murder.
      Add to that corruption at all levels because of authoritarian and tribal thinking, rather than civil virtues with free politics and media.
      So you get Arab states that wallow in poor governance for centuries, Lebanon [with a Moslem majority] being just the most recent example.
      Significantly, the better Moslem countries have had a history as old European colonies.

      Posted by Barrie on 2006 07 29 at 10:45 PM • permalink


    1. Thanks Nilk.

      I know it wasn’t my fault, I didn’t ‘ask’ for it.

      However, I foolishly put myself into a dangerous situation, which in ‘those days’ may have been seen in a bad light – and I wasn’t a virgin, either, which would have been dragged out to shame me.

      I suppose I should write it all down, get it out. Not many of my friends know that I was raped – none I think.

      Posted by kae on 2006 07 29 at 11:12 PM • permalink


    1. Break them on the wheel. Yes, I know how sadistic that sounds. I would like to wield the iron bar.

      Posted by Daniel San on 2006 07 29 at 11:43 PM • permalink


    1. Paul Sheehan’s latest book, Girls Like You, documents a similar case (a family of Pakistani immigrants gang rapes a series of young western girls in Sydney).
      It’s a disturbing but compelling read – Sheehan doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to the rapists or their defence counsel.

      Posted by Wally on 2006 07 29 at 11:51 PM • permalink


    1. I would think the scum should be in Aussie prison only for as long as it takes for the other prisoners to show them how “respected and honoured” they are then together with ALL their families, friends and relatives, be put on a plane express to Beirut. One way ticket only.
      Scum we do not need.

      Posted by waussie on 2006 07 30 at 12:20 AM • permalink


    1. kae –

      Not many of my friends know that I was raped – none I think.

      At least three now.
      Salty, Nilk, Me.

      Talk to Nilk at least. But take a Hug from me. I’ve seen the consequences far too often when people don’t open up to friends about it. You don’t just deserve support, it’s your Right.

      Please talk to Nilk. It will help, really. Time to heal.

      Posted by Zoe Brain on 2006 07 30 at 12:56 AM • permalink


    1. Zoe, Nilk and Salty. I hadn’t really thought that I had broadened my circle of friends to include people I only knew from a blog. I am glad to be your friend, you are good, thoughtful, kind people. Thanks.

      Posted by kae on 2006 07 30 at 02:00 AM • permalink


    1. “Just Peace” organiser CHRIS LATHAM deserves to take the blame for this little caper.A peaceful rally huh?

      Posted by crash on 2006 07 30 at 05:50 AM • permalink


    1. More than welcome, kae. 🙂

      Posted by Nilknarf Arbed on 2006 07 30 at 06:49 AM • permalink


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