NINE-year-old Swedish girl, Luna, left brain-damaged after being savagely raped, beaten, and strangled by a Muslim migrant, Abushi Shamse Kama KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

NINE-year-old Swedish girl, Luna, left brain-damaged after being savagely raped, beaten, and strangled by a Muslim migrant, Abushi Shamse Kama

NINE-year-old Swedish girl left brain-damaged after being savagely raped, beaten, and strangled by a Muslim migrant.

The family of Luna (photo right) is rightfully outraged at the government and school staff who hid the Muslim migrant’s past sexual attacks on females, strangulation porn habits, and his actual age – 15 (he claimed to be 13). Her attacker, Abushi Shamse Kamal, arrived in Sweden from Ethiopia in 2017. At only 15, he was already known to authorities for several sexual assault cases dating back to 2019 and 2021. Kamal was granted a permanent residence permit in Sweden on June 30th – a week before this brutal attack on Luna.

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. 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”.

Luna’s day at school on July 7 ended like many others. The little girl 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.

What happened next destroyed a family and left Luna without the ability to speak or move her limbs.

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 parents do know what happened next though — in fact, they have to live with it every day.

The girl was found alive, but the teenager’s efforts to strangle her had deprived her of oxygen, leaving her with permanent brain damage. Now, she cannot speak and cannot move her arms or legs. She is trapped in her own body, unable to express herself or move her limbs. After months of rehabilitation, the only word the girl has ever said was “mother.”

“It’s like a black hole we’re falling through. There is no bottom,” said Emma, the girl’s aunt, who was authorized to speak on behalf of the entire family.

Emma told Expressen that a week after the murder trial, she experienced the same dream night after night — or what she said was more like a vision — that jolted her awake in the early morning hours.

In the dreams, Emma is flying directly above Luna, who is alone on the ground of the forest floor with a noose around her neck. Her aunt wants to lie down next to her niece but cannot bring her body down from the air. All she can do is look at Luna from above.

“I felt that I wanted to go down to her on the ground, I didn’t want her to lie alone in the forest and be afraid,” she said.

Police are unaware how long Luna lay on the forest floor naked with her own shoelace wrapped around her neck. When she was discovered, she was tied to a tree, and her breath was little more than rasps. Medical services raced to save her life, with a police officer forced to drive the ambulance as the two paramedics worked on the girl at the same time in the back. Doctors managed to keep her alive but were unable to save her from catastrophic brain damage.

For Luna’s closest family, all energy has gone into taking care of the young girl. They are speaking to the press now, six months after the attack, to let the world know what the family and Luna have gone through.

The Muslim 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.

When 12-year-old French girl Lola was raped and murdered in Paris by an Algerian migrant, the story was initially ignored by the mainstream press, but outrage grew so great that the story eventually gained international attention. In contrast, few outside of Sweden know of the case of the 9-year-old girl Luna, which Remix News originally covered in July of this year. She is one of the many who blink across the headlines and then fade from memory, like countless other victims of Europe’s open borders policy.

Now, Luna’s family has given an exclusive interview to Swedish newspaper Expressen about the daily disaster they are living with after the young girl was stripped naked, molested, strangled with her own shoelaces, tied to a tree, and left for dead in the woods as she traveled home from school.

In a case that has played out countless times across Europe, the perpetrator was a foreign national, this time a 15-year-old from Ethiopia with a history of sexual assault and viewing strangulation pornography on school computers. Although officially listed as 13, it would later be revealed that he was actually two years older than his parents had originally told school authorities.

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