The boy's mother Dunja, who arrived in Austria as an immigrant in the 90s from Serbia during the Civil War, said she had always taught her five children to offer the same hospitality to new arrivals that she had herself received.
Upon hearing her son's attacker's claim he had 'too much sexual energy', Dunja criticised his defence as 'just monstrous' and insisted he should be sent to prison and then be deported.
I don't want the man to be deported, I want him to be jailed because I have heard what they do to child sex attackers in jail.
These women may not live in fear of ISIS anymore, but new research shows many are in grave danger from sexual predators.
According to the latest United Nations figures, the Kurdistan region now has over 1.7 million refugees and internally displaced Iraqis, with 43 percent of those being women aged 4 to 60.
She said she 'regretted' teaching her children to be welcoming to migrants.
The mother of the boy who was raped by an Iraqi migrant in a swimming pool (pictured) in Austria, has said she regrets teaching her children to be welcoming to migrants and described the man's defence as 'just monstrous' The boy's mother Dunja, (pictured in local media) who arrived in Austria as an immigrant in the 90s from Serbia during the Civil War, said she had always taught her five children to offer the same hospitality to new arrivals that she had herself received 'You certainly can't call me a racist, but to try and defend himself in that way is just monstrous.
It's like me saying I'm going to go to a bank tomorrow and rob it because I don't have enough money for my five children.
The Iraqi migrant who raped a 10-year-old boy in a swimming pool cubicle in the Theresienbad (pictured) pool in Vienna, allegedly told police that it was a 'sexual emergency' because he had not had sex in four months Three hours after school finished, I got a phone call from him and he was crying into the phone.She says decades of successive wars, economic sanctions, sectarian violence, the rise of the , and the growing influence of tribal culture are all tearing at the fabric of Iraqi society."One of the things that preoccupies me and some of the other women's rights activists is the damaging of the moral ethics inside the country - because there are no moral ethics now," she told Al Jazeera.These refugees are mainly resettled in 13 refugee camps and transit sites.A yet-to-be published report has found a shocking number of rapes, sexual assaults and other violence against women in these camps.Poverty and unemployment, lack of housing or even a proper shelter for them all together have deepened the crisis.