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Thursday, January 26, 2017
'Islam made me have sex with students' says teacher
Screaming "God is Great" in Bed
(Jihad Watch) - “Her defense lawyer, Alissa Hascup, said the Muslim woman was driven in part to commit the offences due to her strict religious upbringing.” Passaic County Superior Court Judge Miguel de la Carrera said: “She had classmates and friends, but somehow, perhaps because of limitations on her dating life, she didn’t find the proper outlet among males of her own age. She did not learn how to interact with guys her age.”
One wonders how much of this kind of thing goes on in all sorts of contexts for the same reason: Muslims driven mad by Islamic law’s hyper-strict restrictions on the interaction of the sexes end up crossing the line into illegal and immoral behavior.
“Teacher who repeatedly sexted students then performed sex acts on them blames her strict religious Muslim upbringing for making her too repressed,” by Simon Holmes, Mailonline, January 24, 2017:
A high-school teacher who was jailed for performing sex acts on her underage pupils has blamed her strict religious upbringing for her crimes.
Linda Hardan, from Prospect Park in New Jersey, was jailed to three years in prison yesterday after sending scores of sexually explicit text messages to pupils, aged 14 to 16 years-old in 2014, and then engaging in sex acts with them.
Her defense lawyer, Alissa Hascup, said the Muslim woman was driven in part to commit the offences due to her strict religious upbringing, and suggested that she be treated by a therapist as oppose to serving time in prison.
Hardan, 22, had pleaded guilty in a deal with the Prosecutor’s Office that had called for a five-year prison sentence.
However Passaic County Superior Court Judge Miguel de la Carrera found enough mitigating factors to depart from the plea deal and impose a three-year sentence on the substitute teacher acknowledging the impact of her formative years on her mental development.
‘She had classmates and friends, but somehow, perhaps because of limitations on her dating life, she didn’t find the proper outlet among males of her own age,’ he said.
‘She did not learn how to interact with guys her age,’ the judge continued.
In one case Hardan, who taught at Manchester Regional High School, sent 40 selfies of herself ‘in varying states of undress’ to a 14-year-old then drove him to a waterfall and performed a sex act on him.
The prosecutor said the boy was ‘so upset, so disgusted that he got out of the car and walked home’ two miles away.
Another student, 16, was so traumatized by Hardan’s actions that he dropped out of school and never returned, said prosecutor Gyselle Da Silva.
Hardan, who also admitted sexting another 16-year-old, wept quietly yesterday as relatives said she was ‘the foundation, the rock’ of her family and pleaded for her to be spared jail….