Arrested for threatening to behead Muslim rapper Miss Raisa, who defended the LGTBI+ collective on TikTok
Last June, Miss Raissa, stage name of Iman Raissaliposted a video on TikTok in which exposed her inclusive point of view as a Muslim of homosexuality and the LGTBI + community. Given the anonymity and impunity of the internet, the publication received numerous insults and humiliating comments from users of this social network who attacked the Catalan rapper for her opinions.
However, one of the comments caught the attention of the Central Unit for Hate Crimes and Discrimination (UCDOD) of the Mossos d'Esquadra as In addition to insults for being a woman and a Muslim, he threatened the rapper with death and urged and justified her murder and beheading.based on religious arguments.
Therefore, Mossos They identified the suspect and discovered that he had several profiles on social networks in which he presented himself as religious affairs consultant and preacher, and who currently resides in the English city of Birmingham. On the 4th, it was detected that the alleged perpetrator of the events had arrived on a flight to the Madrid airport and the The National Police arrested him based on the arrest warrant issued by the Mossos d'Esquadra.
Background for a hate crime against the LGTBI + group
The agents remark that he has record for a hate crime against the LGTBI + group and for antisemitism, for which he was already arrested in 2021. Now he is charged with this hate crime again as well as threats against the artist after posting a video on TikTok in which he explained his inclusive vision as a Muslim of homosexuality and of the LGTBI + collective.
After going to court before the court of instruction on duty in Madrid, the detainee was released with the prohibition of approaching the victim within 1.000 meters, the prohibition of communicating with her, withdrawal of the passport, prohibition of exit of the country and to use the internet.