JEDDAH: A DNA test has proved beyond doubt that a 42-year-old Saudi elementary schoolteacher detained at Jeddah police station raped 13 young girls aged between 6-10.
The police also said seven of the victims recognized him, while five of them recognized his home furniture that included shisha pipes, two plasma TVs, an office computer and a rug.
Meanwhile, the Human Rights Commission (HRC) has said other students taught by the teacher should also be questioned to rule out the possibility they had also been raped or abused.
Speaking to Arab News, Fathiya Al-Qurashi, member of the commission, also called for behavioral tests for all male and female teachers, especially those working in elementary schools, and to make these tests a condition for employment.
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