Ismail Belghar, a 36-year-old Muslim man living in Australia, assaulted, abducted, and nearly killed his sister-in-law. The victim, a 25-year-old Moroccan named Canan Kokden, had dared to take her older sister, Mrs. B, to the beach without Belghar's permission. This heinous effrontery was amplified, Belghar later recounted for police, when Mrs. B thereupon "displayed her body," sustaining the shoulder sunburn that tipped him off.
To Australians, this may have been, well, just a day at the beach. For Belghar, though, it was an "abhorrent" offense against sharia, Islam's legal code and comprehensive societal framework.
The telltale burn is also starting to show on the West's shoulders, our courts of law. Australia has not changed Belghar, but the Belghars are changing Australia.