Nine-year-old Luna was raped and almost murdered last year in the multicultural district of Morö Backe in Skellefteå, Sweden. The little girl was beaten, strangled, tied to a tree, and sexually assaulted by a 15-year-old Ethiopian serial sexual offender posing as a 13-year-old. As a result, the permanently brain-damaged child must now travel in a wheelchair specially designed for her.
During her hospitalization, she was placed in a coma on a respirator for eleven days. Luna was alive but couldn’t move, talk, eat, or function in any conscious way.
Her Muslim Ethiopian rapist, Abushi Shamse Kamal, arrived in Sweden in 2017. At only 15, he was already known to authorities for several sexual assault cases dating back to 2019 and 2021.
Shamse was granted a permanent residence permit in Sweden on June 30 – a week before the brutal act.
On July 7, Luna put on her backpack and helmet, said goodbye to the staff at the school, and got on her bike to ride home to Morö Backe in Skellefteå. Then, the nine-year-old little girl came across the migrant.
Authorities do not know how the migrant teen got Luna to stop her bike or how he managed to drag her naked body through the rough terrain of the woods, where she was later found strangled by a shoelace — moments away from death. The migrant raped her, strangled her with her shoelaces, and repeatedly punched her.
No one knows precisely how long Luna lay injured on the ground, without clothes, with her own shoelace tied around her neck like a stranglehold. He then used her other shoelace to tie her hands around the tree so tightly that it damaged the bark. When she was discovered, she was lying on the ground and breathing with faint rasps. According to the doctors, she was close to death.
The lack of oxygen after the strangulation has left Luna with permanent brain damage, and she cannot speak and has difficulty moving her arms and legs. She is on medication for epilepsy, and her movements are spastic, not voluntary. She no longer has any language to express herself. Her family learned that Luna’s brain damage is irreversible.
Luna’s family has given an exclusive interview to the Swedish newspaper Expressen about their daily nightmare. The family reports that they believe Luna remembers everything that happened to her. “Sometimes she becomes inconsolable, sad, and upset,” they explained. So they do everything to calm her down and say: “We know. We know what happened to you; you don’t have to struggle to tell us”.
The girl was found alive, but the teenager’s efforts to strangle her had deprived her of oxygen, leaving her with permanent brain damage. As a result, she is trapped in her own body, unable to express herself or move her limbs. After months of rehabilitation, Luna has made little progress. She can wave her hand a little. She managed to say one word: “Mom.” There are also setbacks, such as increased anxiety and panic attacks.
A few days ago, Luna could leave the hospital for a short visit to celebrate Christmas with her family. But, at home, Luna needs round-the-clock assistance and supervision. “She’s completely helpless,” explains the family.
Luna is an artistic little girl, she loves to sing and dance, explained her devasted Aunt Emma.
Luna was failed by the School and State
The Ethiopian teen had been a terror nearly from the moment he arrived in Sweden. The boy had been in and out of neighboring schools. He had a history of documented sexual assaults, viewing graphic strangulation pornography on school computers, assaulting girls in school, and a woman near an underpass where Luna’s body would later be found.
In 2019, three sexual offenses against girls in school were reported. He had touched their breasts and buttocks and called one of them a ”whore”. The school contacted the parents but did not report any concerns to Social Services.
During the trial, it was revealed that Abushi Shamse had used the school’s computers to search for ”violent and pornographic films and materials that contained strangulation” – and that the school knew about it. But the school took no action. Instead, they only told Shamse to stop searching for such material if he wanted to continue using the school’s computers.
Psychologists and a social services team from the municipality had met with the migrant. But when his parents declined to participate in the investigation, social services said they “could find no reason to investigate against the parents’ wishes.”
In June 2021, he assaulted a woman at a subway near the site where Luna was found. The crime was investigated as an attempted abuse, and a sexual motive – was suspected. Still, since Abushi Shamse was not of legal age, the investigation was sent to the Social Service. The school received no information at all.
Society could have prevented this, says Luna’s aunt. She says she does not direct her anger at the 15-year-old; she cannot even think about him.
Instead, her anger is directed against the adults in the schools and the social services — the same ones who knew the boy’s problems and past record but did nothing to protect the children. She said there were “signals” that authorities could have acted upon.
She believes there are still people to save. So why did no one sound the alarm button? This is our role as adults: to be the eyes of the children around us and to protect those we are meant to protect.
Day of the Attempted Murder
It was around 3:20 when Luna left camp at school on July 7 last summer. Earlier that day, the 15-year-old had been circulating in the schoolyard without anything to do. For most who knew the boy, he was 13 years old. But the boy’s family, and even people employed at the school, knew that his age was incorrect.
The boy’s behavior at school also stood out, including documented incidents of a sexual nature towards girls. But on the day of the attempted murder of Luna, he was seen as an idle boy on summer vacation, hanging around aimlessly at school.
A student had had his electric scooter stolen, and the migrant offered to help search. Shamse found it quickly, and there are reports that he himself took it and therefore had an easy time finding the scooter.
Around 3:30 p.m., a witness heard a scream from the forest. Shortly after 4 p.m., the boy was seen in the schoolyard again.
It wasn’t until 5:28 that a call was made to emergency services. The migrant had been trying to stop people on the road and asking them to join him in the forest. An apparent ruse to try and make it appear as if he had stumbled across the girl he had raped and nearly murdered. A woman finally followed the boy into the forest and brought her daughter, who was the same age as Luna. The woman called emergency services immediately.
The police patrol on site noticed the 15-year-old’s behavior was odd. Police interrogated the boy that evening at his home. Even then, he told police he was 15, not 13. He also gave a story about how he found the girl in the woods when he went to pee, even though Luna was 30 meters off the road in hard-to-reach terrain.
At the end of the interrogation, the boy asks a question:
“When will you get the answer?”
“How do you mean?“ asked the police.
“About her. Who has done it?”
The following evening, the boy confessed to his parents, and the father called the police. When the investigation by the Forensic Agency confirmed that he was over 13, the investigation became a preliminary investigation.
In questioning, the boy expressed surprise that Luna had survived. He has admitted parts of what he did, but in the interrogation, the story changed over time, and he had difficulty explaining why it happened.
On October 19, the Skellefteå district court ruled that the migrant was guilty of attempted murder and aggravated rape. On November 30, the results of the forensic psychiatric investigation showed that the 15-year-old suffered from a serious mental disorder both when he assaulted Luna and now. The investigation also concluded that the risk of relapse of a crime of similar nature is high. However, the boy’s parents are fighting for him to escape compulsory care and be allowed to come home.
On December 14, Shamse was sentenced to forensic psychiatric care with a special discharge examination by the Skellefteå district court. The court ruled that the migrant intended to kill Luna. The penalty value for an adult was equivalent to life imprisonment.
Luna Must Not Be Hidden
Luna’s mother will document her daughter’s life on her own social media, like Instagram, in the same way she did before the horrific attack. Those who wish can follow Luna’s progress and daily life.
The family knows that Luna has always liked to be seen and has a strong will to speak out.
“We don’t know if Luna will ever be able to give direct consent to anything,” Emma said.
But the family has decided on one thing: Luna must not be hidden.
They show a photo of Luna sitting in her wheelchair, wearing a navy blue dress with tulle and sparkling eyes. Then, in a circle on the floor, the gathered children of the family sit on a pile of paper and help open birthday presents.
The whole family was present at the hospital when she turned ten—cousins, grandparents, little sisters, aunts, and uncles. There was a cake with birthday candles and colorful cupcakes that Luna’s mother had baked. But Luna couldn’t eat any of it; she can swallow drinks and cream but gets most of her nutrition through a PEG tube in her stomach.
Of all the feelings of hatred, anger, hopelessness, and most profound sorrow Luna’s family has gone through and still struggles with, one feeling rises above the others. Like when Emma in the dream floats above Luna’s body in the forest.
The only thing that remains is the love for Luna, says Emma.
Women have been sacrificed on the alter of mass-illegal immigration
This brutal atrocity would never have happened had it not been for mass immigration from the third world. Furthermore, the state and her school allowed a violent migrant sexual predator to remain in school around defenseless young Swedish children.
Sadly, Luna’s case is not an isolated incident. Swedish females are being sacrificed at the altar of mass illegal third-world immigration. Recently, RAIR Foundation USA reported on a woman brutally gang-raped in a park by five teenage Muslim migrants.
Last year, Swedish journalist and acclaimed author Gunnar Sandelin delivered a shocking speech on 3rd world immigration and its detrimental effects on Scandinavia. The renowned journalist was one of the first mainstream figures in Sweden to be ostracized, fired, and banned from his profession for exposing official government figures on migration. But by no means the only one.
Open Borders Sweden
There are no negative consequences for migrants trying to make their way to Sweden. Despite two-thirds of Swedes voting for more restrictive immigration policies, once illegals penetrate the borders, they are handed food, clothing, money, and provided shelter. As reported previously by RAIR, Swedish European Union (EU) Commissioner Ylva Johansson forces member states to accept all migrant applications despite the country’s overwhelmed and financially depleted social systems,
“Rejections are illegal. Not everyone has the right to asylum, but everyone has the right to be treated in line with our values. When people apply for asylum in the EU, they appeal to European values. And we must honour that appeal”
As detailed by Sandelin, Sweden’s mass-migration policies have dangerous and devastating effects on its society. Yet, instead of its left-wing leaders closing the borders and reversing the flow of migration, they have gone to great lengths to hide or ignore the crisis and prosecute those who speak out about its real consequences for the safety of Swedes.
Sweden is being swept by a strong wave of murder, violent assault, rape, gang rape and sexual assault, in addition to the ever-present terror threat. Instead of using its limited resources to protect its citizens from the violent onslaught against them, Sweden is waging war on its citizens for daring to speak out against the same violent onslaught from which the state is failing to protect them.
As previously reported at RAIR, the Swedish government funds a radical online “hate” monitoring group, “Näthatsgranskaren.” Tomas Åberg, a disgraced ex-police officer, heads the group. The group mass-reports Swedes who write critically about migration or Islam online to police officers, who have raided speech offenders’ homes, roughed them up, placed them under arrest, and collected their DNA.
Demographic Impact From Migration
There are shocking demographic impacts from migration that are affecting European countries’ national and cultural identities.
According to Gatestone, “within a generation, Sweden’s third largest city, Malmö, will have a population in which the majority of people are of foreign background.” In 2008 researcher Kyosti Tarvainen predicted Muslims would be the majority in the next several decades. Gunnar Sandelin explains that 30% of the population is now foreign-born, and “Sweden will become Europe’s most Muslim-populated country,”
People of foreign origin have increased by almost 1.5 million. People of Swedish origin decreased by almost 25,000. “Foreign-origin” people are those who are born abroad and both of whose parents are of foreign-origin.
Everywhere across the West, except in countries that refuse to take in illegal third-world immigrants, such as Poland or Hungary, females continue to be sacrificed by their open borders leaders. Sadly, Globalists’ multicultural experiment in Sweden has resulted in Swedes no longer being safe in their own country.