Only in Islam does a rape victim become the accused.
Read this disturbing story from Sky News, via Hot Air:
Libya Rape Claim Woman Now 'The Accused'
"A Libyan woman who rushed into a Tripoli hotel in an attempt to tell foreign journalists her story of rape is now facing possible criminal charges herself, a government spokesman says.
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'I heard that the attorney-general brought her in for questioning because she is now not just the accuser, she is the accused. There is a case against her,' Moussa Ibrahim told journalist in Tripoli.
A visibly distressed Eman al Obeidi had gone to the Tripoli hotel, where the media is based, shouting that she had been raped and tortured over two days after being picked up at a checkpoint in the capital.
A gun was pulled on the Sky News team as she was dragged away by security forces loyal to Gaddafi.
Mr Ibrahim said Ms al Obeidi had subsequently been asked about the alleged incident and 'not come up with anything substantial'.
'She says four people kidnapped and raped her, one of them is the son of someone in the state. That is hardly political, the son of someone in the state is a human being,' he said.
'Now the four guys are having a case filed against her because instead of going to a police station and filing a case against them she went to the media and exposed their names.'
'Now their honour is tainted, their families black-named and this in the Islamic law is a very grave offence.'
Earlier, Ms al Obeidi's mother told journalists she had been offered bribes to get her daughter to withdraw her allegations.
'Last night at three they called from Gaddafi's compound and asked me to convince my daughter Eman to change what she said,' Aisha Ahmad said.
Mrs Ahmad said she was told Eman al Obeidi would be freed if she changed her story and was offered 'anything you and your family would ask for - money, a new home'.
'I told my daughter: "Keep silent",' she said.
The authorities have said that Ms al Obeidi was allowed to return home after over the weekend, but her family said she has not yet been seen.
Pushed on her current whereabouts, Mr Ibrahim said: 'If you ask me about this hour, I don't know if she is with her family or if she is being questioned again.'
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Before she was hauled away, Ms al Obeidi told the journalists she had been targeted at the checkpoint because she was from rebel-held Benghazi.
Residents of the eastern city staged a demonstration in support of her on Sunday.
Wadad Omar, who said she was a cousin of Ms al Obeidi, told an Arabic news channel she had first been arrested after taking part in an anti-government protest in the western city of Zawiyah in the early days of the uprising.
She also claimed other members of the family had been targeted by the regime.
'Her sister's married. Eman says that they killed her sister's husband and kidnapped their son.'"
UPDATE: Rape victims are not treated as victims in Muslim nations:
Woman Jailed for Being Raped in Muslim Country Sues