Syrian Migrant sexually assaulted two young girls while on bail for RAPE

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A Syrian migrant has been found guilty of brutally raping two young girls, aged 13 and 14 while on bail for raping a 17-year-old

I can’t figure out how somebody can become so sick and twisted in their head that they would want to sexually assault and rape young girls.

Clearly, this creature has no morals.

Zohair Tomari invited a 17-year-old back to his flat, when they arrived he gave her alcohol and started punching her. He soon pulled out a knife.

He then proceeded to hit and rape his young victim.

Police let him go on bail, it was then when he decided to sexually assault two other young girls.

He is the lowest of the low.

Why he was allowed to come into the UK I do not know, but he should be deported immediately.

The Daily Mail reported:

“A sex offender abducted and sexually abused two 13 and 14-year-old girls – while on bail for raping another teen.

Zohair Tomari, 20, who is believed to be from Syria, invited his 17-year-old victim and her 15-year-old friend to his flat in August 2014 after befriending them.

Once there, the twisted attacker plied the older girl with alcohol before slapping and punching both and pulling out a knife.

Tomari, who claimed to be from Morocco in his pre-sentence report but now claims to be from Syria, told the terrified teenager that the more she cried the more he would hit her, before proceeding to rape her.

Police arrived at the scene after the youngest girl was reported missing at which point the other informed them of the incident.

But the rapist was granted bail and went on to traffic two younger girls, aged 13 and 14, as they walked to a friend’s home in the early hours of the morning in August last year”

The Home Office said: “Foreign nationals who abuse our hospitality by committing crimes in the UK should be in no doubt of our determination to deport them and we have removed more than 37,000 foreign offenders since 2010.

“More than 6,100 foreign national offenders were removed from the UK in 2016/17.”