Firdosh Umarji rapist from Blackburn, whose victims were aged between 4 and 9 years old, jailed for 7 years.

Another soft sentence for an evil Muslim beast who raped children as young as 4 years old. a sentence of 7 years i is nothing considering the seriousness of his horrific crimes.The absolute worst of the worst crimes in fact. Anyone even remotely considering having sex with a 4 year old needs castrating and a life sentence . Anyone actually doing it like this sex fiend the only place he should be going is the gallows with a noose  round his neck

A BOY rapist from Blackburn, whose victims included a girl aged as young as four, has been jailed for seven years.

Firdosh Umarji was frequently high on cannabis and alcohol when he carried out a string of sex attacks when he was aged 12 to 14, Preston Crown Court was told.

A judge told Umarji, now 25, he had caused ‘immeasureable harm’ to his victims as he was imprisoned and made the subject of a sexual offences prevention order.

Umarji, of July Street, Blackburn, had denied six offences of rape, three charges of indecency with a child and indecent assault.

A jury convicted him of all offences except one rape in 2001 and the indecent assault charge after a trial.

Passing sentence, Judge Christopher Cornwall said it appeared Umarji had frequently been using cannabis and alcohol when he carried out the rapes.

“The harm you did to these girls was immeasurable,” added Judge Cornwall.

Victim impact statements given to the court told how the rapes left the young victims feeling ‘dirty’ and had made at least one of them unable to form relationships with new partners.

Jurors were told that the rapes occurred between 1999 and 2003, when the defendant would have been aged between 12 and nearly 15. The victims were aged between four and nine years old.

Andrews Marrs, defending, said his client still maintained his innocence regarding the charges and would be supported by his immediate family upon his eventual release, in efforts to rebuild his life.

Umarji, a father-of-one, was also ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for life. The sexual offences prevention order restricts his access to children, without the express permission of parents, who have full knowledge of his offending record.

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3 thoughts on “Firdosh Umarji rapist from Blackburn, whose victims were aged between 4 and 9 years old, jailed for 7 years.”

  1. He is the product of British schooling. Sex education and sexualisation of children are responsible for such a behaviour.

    The sexualisation of children by the government, Dept. of Education, ‘pregnancy advice centres’, social workers, school nurses, media aimed at teen girls, contraceptive industry lobbyists, fashion industry and the welfare state to name just a few, is a crime against humanity.

    It is also gross hypocrisy for the police to prosecute paedophiles when the government is overseeing boy scouts being given condoms from the age 11 and girls of the same age being told it is OK to have sex if they use ‘protection’. Boys and girls at age 11 are not allowed to marry but they can have sex and produce children. Every parent is worried about his child being indoctrinated into the idea that gay and sexual promiscuity is “normal” modes of behaviour. At the same time, all parents have the right to control their children and it is their Duty to control them.

    It is an eye opening for the Muslim parents who keep on sending their children to state schools with non-Muslim monolingual teachers. Bilingual Muslim children need state funded Muslim schools with bilingual Muslim teachers a s role models during their developmental periods. Muslim teachers are in a better position to teach sex education to teenagers according to Islamic perspectives. There is no place for a non-Muslim child or a teacher in a Muslim school. State funded Muslim schools are crucial for social cohesion, religious and cultural harmony. They are preparing children and young people to face the challenges of life in modern Britain and to also contribute in a positive way to wider society. Muslim children will develop self-confidence and self-esteem. According to TES, pupils make more progress at Muslim secondary schools than another type of schools. They are promoting tolerance and support the spiritual, moral, social, linguistic and cultural development of pupils.
    Iftikhar Ahmad
    London School of Islamics Trust

    http://www.londonschoolofislamics.org.uk

    1. “There is no place for a non-Muslim child or a teacher in a Muslim school. State funded Muslim schools are crucial for social cohesion, religious and cultural harmony.”
      I think you will find that is considered racist.Equality laws does not allow you to discriminate against job seekers on race or religion.So keep employing Muslims purely on the basis they are Muslims over equally or more qualified non muslim teachers would be against the law. The same discrimination law Muslims keep using to gain compensation. 1 law for all it works both ways. Catholic schools are now expected to take a certain amount of non catholic children including Muslims as pupils. So why should a Muslim school be any different. A Muslim only environment would result in even less integration and more discrimination by Muslims because they have never mixed with any non Muslims

  2. A good school is not just a knowledge factory or a conveyor belt for churning out exam passes – it is a community, a family. A community is held together by common values and principles.

    It is a common saying that British schooling is upholding British values of integration, respect, tolerance and equality. But all minority groups find British schooling is the home of institutional racism and British teachers are chicken racist. This is one of the many reason why they would like to see their children attending their own schools with their own teachers. Muslim community started setting up school in the 80s and I set up the first Muslim school in 1981 and now there are 166 Muslim schools and only 11 are state funded. Sikh and Hindu communities have set up their own schools. Now Black community is thinking of setting up schools with their own teachers.

    Muslim families are as entitled as any other religious group to schools that nurture their children’s faith. Muslim pupils should be educated in Muslim schools because the current system is marginalising them. Teaching Muslim children in a Muslim school would remove the “problem of them being exposed” to values that conflict with Islamic faith. Muslim pupils are disadvantaged and marginalised in the city’s state schools because the cultural heritage of the curriculum is “European and Christian”.

    Muslim schools provide an education in accordance with the Muslim beliefs and values, such as providing single-sex schooling after puberty. They are thus a response to the danger of absorption into the dominant culture.

    There is already a divided education system in all inner cities because of the demographics of the population. This has been the situation for 15 to 20 years. If this was so important why has nothing been done before?

    A growing number of British-born Muslims and especially Pakistanis are suffering from psychological problems and apathy and are either turning to crime or radical Islam. Majority of British Muslims are from Pakistan.

    A growing number of young Pakistanis feel they are ‘second class citizens and will remain so. They are addressed as outsiders – as ‘immigrant, Paki or Muslim’ and increasingly shut out or discriminated against. The hardening of attitudes towards Muslims in British society is also having an effect.

    I have been campaigning for state funded Muslim schools for the last 35 years
    because British schooling is the home of
    institutional racism and British teachers are chicken racists. British
    teachers are not role models for Muslim children during their developmental
    periods.

    I set up the first Muslim school in London in 1981 and now there are about
    170 Muslim schools and only 12 are state funded. I would like to see each
    and every Muslim child in a state funded Muslim school with bilingual Muslim
    teachers as role model. There is no place for a non-Muslim child or a
    teacher in a Muslim school.

    Western media and politicians have been trying their best to propagate
    against Muslim schools. Muslim schools are even called Osama bin Laden Academies by a Teaching Union. Only less than 5% of Muslim children attend Muslim
    schools while more than 95% are in state schools to be mis-educated and
    de-educated by non-Muslim monolingual teachers.

    The demand for state funded Muslim schools is in accordance with the law of
    the land. Muslim community is not asking for any favour. Muslim community
    pays all sorts of taxes and is less burden on social services.

    Church leaders say it is no longer “appropriate” for them to run Sacred
    Heart RC Primary School which has just six Christian pupils. The school in
    Blackburn, Lancs, could be handed to the nearby Masjid-e-Tauheedul mosque.

    Harry Devonport of Blackburn with Darwen Council Children’s Services, said
    the decision to abandon the school was made by the Diocese of Salford.
    Diocese education director Geraldine Bradbury said: “We have never
    experienced a change to this extent before. We would not be serving the
    local community by insisting that we run the school. It brings things like
    having a Catholic head teacher and devoting 10% of the timetable to RE.
    “It would be wrong of us to insist on putting a school community through
    that.”

    There are hundreds of state and church schools where Muslim children are in
    majority. In my opinion, all such schools may be opted out as Muslim
    Academies. Bilingual Muslim children need bilingual Muslim teachers as role
    models during their developmental periods. There is no place for a
    non-Muslim child or a teacher in a Muslim school.
    IA
    htttp://www.londonschoolofislamics.org.uk

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