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Rape and assault are forbidden in Islam and punishable for the perpetrator. Victims are not to be punished, as demonstrated by the example set by the prophet of Islam, Muhammadsa:

A woman was coerced (raped) during the time of Messenger of Allahsa. He waived the legal punishment for her and carried it out on the one who had attacked her.

- Ibn Majah

Punishments for rapists can include payment of large sums in financial compensation to the victim.