- Dahir Ibrahim overturned deportation order after 10-year sentence for rape
- The 31-year-old Somalian then went on to rape two more women in Britain
- Ibrahim threatened one with a Stanley knife and the other with screwdriver
- Jailed for another 10 years and to face deportation after serving sentence
Repeat offender: Convicted Somalian rapist Dahir Ibrahim, 31, was allowed to stay in Britain after overturning a deportation order only to brutally rape two more 'vulnerable' women, it has been revealed
A convicted Somalian rapist was allowed to stay in Britain after overturning a deportation order only to brutally rape two more 'vulnerable' women, it has been revealed.
Dahir Ibrahim, 31, attacked his second and third victims within six weeks of each other in 2014 - threatening one with a Stanley knife and the other with pliers and a screwdriver.
He was only in the country because he successfully appealed a judge's request to boot him out.
The sex offender had been jailed for 10 years in 2005 following his first attack, on a prostitute in Edgbaston, Birmingham, and a deportation order was made upon his release.
But Ibrahim fought and controversially won the right to remain in the UK - only to rape again after luring one woman down an alleyway under the pretence of offering her drugs.
She was beaten during her ordeal before managing to flee and seeking help from a passing motorist.
The third victim to endure 'abuse and humiliation' at the hands of Ibrahim was sleeping rough when she was threatened with a pair of pliers and a screwdriver before being raped.
Ibrahim's lawyer defended him in court by saying the rapist had come from a country where he had witnessed many atrocities and had a lack of understanding of what is acceptable in the UK.
'It was more opportunistic then pre-planned,' Jabeen Akhtar said. 'No long-term physical injury was sustained by the victims.'
But Ibrahim, from Handsworth, was jailed for another 10 years at Birmingham Crown Court.
Steven Bailey, prosecuting, said the rapist's second victim left her home in the early hours of September 5 to buy cannabis.
She was approached by Ibrahim who offered to sell her drugs and persuaded her to follow him down an alleyway off Villa Road, Handsworth.
Once there, he threatened her with a Stanley knife and then raped her.
'She was crying and telling him to stop, and started screaming and shouting,' said Mr Bailey.
'The woman was beaten during her ordeal before she managed to flee and was helped by a driver on the Birchfield Road.'
The second victim was sleeping rough in St Paul's Square when she was attacked by Ibrahim in the early hours of October 18.
He was eventually tracked down and arrested by police through the gathering of a combination of DNA, forensic and CCTV evidence.
Passing sentence, Judge Murray Creed said: 'There was abuse and humiliation. There was severe psychological hurt and harm done. There was degradation.
'They were sustained incidents and the victims were targeted.'
Ibrahim had previously admitted two charges of rape, two of possessing weapons and another serious sexual offence.
Detective Constable Gavin McGrath, from West Midlands Police, said: 'The evidence against Ibrahim was indisputable and, in desperation, he tried to claim that it was a "fit up".
'But a few days before he was due to stand trial, he changed his plea to guilty.
'I am pleased that he has spared these women the further ordeal of a trial and he will now be behind bars and no longer a danger to the public.'
It is understood that Ibrahim will finally be deported after serving his latest sentence.