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Who is Mohammed Skaf ?

Probationed gang rapist Mohammed Skaf has spent his first day of relative freedom in 21 years hiding inside his family’s home on a quiet street in the southwestern suburbs of Sydney.

The 38-year-old, who has spent most of his life behind bars, was hugged by his mother Baria behind the front door less than 40 minutes after he was released from Long Bay jail Wednesday for the morning.

Other relatives filmed Skaf through the windows as he returned to Greenacre Street, where the family has lived for the past two decades, ever since Mohammed and his older brother Bilal were locked up for their heinous crimes.

Skaf was part of the Bilal-led Lebanese-Australian youth gang that committed a gruesome gang-rape riot of girls in southwest Sydney in the weeks leading up to the 2000 Olympics.

Skaf, who has never publicly apologized to his victims, left the Long Bay Metropolitan Center for Special Programs around 9.45 a.m. wearing a white Hugo Boss blouse, black sweatpants, sunglasses, and Covid-19 mask.

Then they took him to the family home where his parents, his sister and his younger brother were; Shouts of excitement could be heard from inside the newly renovated house.

But some neighbors did not share the same joy, instead telling the media that they were waiting that they were anxious for his return to the street.

How old is Mohammed Skaf ?

He is May 7, 1983 (age 38 years)

Skaf has been behind bars for 21 years after a series of gang rapes with his brother Bilal

When he got into a Toyota Corolla driven by a Correctional Services officer, reporters asked him “Are you happy to be free?” and ‘Do you regret what you’ve done?’ He did not answer.

Correctional Services officers carried three boxes of Skaf’s belongings inside and then left the property as news crews set up camp on the sidewalk.

Two women visited around 11 a.m. and left 25 minutes later. A man and a woman, who appeared to be Community Corrections officers, arrived around 2 p.m. There was no other movement in the house.

Neighbors showed little interest in the scene unfolding on their street, but many knew Skaf would be coming home.

Skaf had been unrepentant during his time in custody and chose not to address the media when an attempt was made to speak to him via intercom.

“I’m not a rapist,” he said two years ago after he was once again denied parole. ‘How can I feel empathy for someone who was not raped by me?

“I have maintained my innocence for the past 19 years and I will maintain my innocence until the day I die.”

Skaf has allegedly accepted some responsibility for his actions since he made those comments and indicated his desire to marry, have children, find work and study architecture.


Notorious herd rapist Mohammed Skaf leaves Sydney’s Long Bay Correctional Complex on Wednesday morning after spending most of his life in custody.

Mohammed Skaf got out of jail on Wednesday and lives with his parents, his younger brother and his sister

When he was first locked up when he was a teenager, there was no Facebook, no Instagram, and no smartphones. The World Trade Center was still standing and John Howard hadn’t even served half of his four terms as prime minister.

“The world has changed,” Skaf said in 2019. “I still live in the early 2000s.”

The Skaf gang herd raped at least six women and girls who were held against his will and repeatedly s*xually assaulted in four attacks that shocked Australia and raised racial tensions to a fever pitch in New South Wales.

A woman was raped 25 times by 14 attackers in three locations, as she was called an ‘Australian pig’ in a test that lasted six hours.wikipedia

Skaf, who was convicted in connection with two of the rapes, was 17 at the time of the crimes. His brother Bilal was almost 19 and now 40.

Original sentencing judge Michael Finnane, who jailed Mohammed for 32 years in October 2002, described the gang’s crimes as “worse than murder.”

After a series of new convictions and appeals, that period was reduced to a maximum of 22 years, 11 months and 30 days.

Skaf’s parole-free period of 16 years, 11 months and 30 days expired on January 1, 2018, more than three and a half years ago.


His maximum sentence does not expire until January 1, 2024, but due to Covid-19 restrictions, he has not been able to complete pre-release external licensing programs.

If Skaf served his full sentence in prison, the authorities would have had no control over his reintegration into the community when he was finally released.

Therefore, the decision was made to grant Skaf parole so that he could be closely supervised while he lived with his family.

Skaf’s sister, who along with her mother was recently diagnosed with Covid-19, told Daily Mail Australia that the family was ready to welcome her brother home.

“We are looking forward to her coming home and we hope she begins a life that we have never experienced before,” she said. “We are very excited and happy that he is coming home.”wikipedia

Artist’s impression of Mohammed Skaf at a hearing before the State Parole Authority in February. The SPA determined that releasing Mohammed at the end of his 23-year sentence in early 2024 without any conditions would have posed an unacceptable risk to society.

Skaf was considered a low to medium risk of ‘general recidivism’, but a Corrective Services psychologist assessed him as being in the ‘well above average’ range of committing more sex crimes.

Skaf had recently been held at the minimum security Kirkconnell Correctional Centrex, about 180 kilometers west of Sydney, between Lithgow and Bathurst.

Skaf was considered a low to medium risk of ‘general recidivism’, but a Corrective Services psychologist assessed him as being in the ‘well above average’ range of committing more sex crimes.

Earlier this year, he was engaged in 30 days of work on community projects at the Bathurst Fairgrounds and local churches and was reported to have worked hard.


It is understood that the difference between Mohammed’s nature and 22-year-old Hadi’s offense would not prevent the former from staying at the family home.

The skafs live on a quiet street lined with bottle brushes about 1.7 km from Gosling Park, where one of the gang’s gang rapes took place on August 12, 2000.

Mohammed had lured a 16-year-old girl he knew to the park where Bilal and a second gang member raped her while a dozen more youths laughed.

The second gang member pointed a gun at the teenager’s head and kicked her in the stomach before she could escape from it.

Less than three weeks after the Gosling Park attack on August 30, 2000, Mohammed was the leader of four young men who approached an 18-year-old woman at the Bankstown train station.

Skaf took the woman’s phone and took her to the public restrooms on nearby Marion Street, where she told him: ‘You won’t get your phone back until you screw me.’

When the young woman refused, Skaf said, ‘I’m going to fuck you Leb-style’, he turned her around and raped her against a wall.

The SPA described the following “horrendous” assaults committed against the victim by the rest of the gang that night as violent, degrading and disgusting.

The woman was raped 25 times by 14 attackers in three places in an ordeal that lasted six hours. They asked her if ‘Leb c *** knew better than Aussie c ***’ before being sprayed with an industrial hose.

Judge Finnane had compared the depravity of the Skaf gang to the outrages committed by invading armies in wartime.

“These were not random attacks and, in my opinion, they were aimed at creating terror in the community,” Judge Finnane concluded.

He described Skaf as a threat to civilized society, and although Bilal, who was not eligible for parole until 2033, had been the nominal commander of the gang, Mohammed had also assumed a leadership role.

“As the facts show, he, although quite young, is a vicious, cowardly, arrogant and liar bully as well as a rapist,” Judge Finnane said.

The SPA noted that Judge Finnane found that Skaf had shown no remorse and continued to blame victims for their crimes during his trials, noting that he had been an ‘arrogant and obnoxious individual in custody’.

The SPA had no legislative power to keep Skaf in prison beyond the end of his full 23-year sentence, but it could keep him under supervision by granting him parole.

While recognizing the anguish that such a decision could cause to Skaf’s victims and the community at large, the possibility of his reintegration into the community should be carefully considered.

SPA President David Frearson SC said that intensive supervision over the past two years and two months of Skaf’s maximum sentence was the safest option available.

“This is the only opportunity to oversee a safe transition to the community in the small window of time we have left,” said Judge Frearson.

“Release without structure or supervision makes little sense for the protection of the community.”

Mohammed Skaf Quick and Facts

  • Gang rapist Mohammed Skaf spends first day out of jail hiding away inside at his family home in Sydney
  • His mother Baria embraced the 38-year-old at the door after he spent more than two decades behind bars    
  • Skaf was 17 when he and his brother Bilal were jailed for their involvement in horrific rapes in early 2000 
  • Bilal, now 40, was the ring leader of a gang of pack rapists and will not be released from jail before 2033
  • The pair and a dozen other young men raped at least six women in four attacks in Sydney’s south-west

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