Three Islamic nonces are back on trial for the rape of two 14 year old girls at a house in South Shields. The Bangladeshi Muslims were originally on trial in July but the case was halted and the jury dismissed for ‘legal reasons’.
Looking at the recent picture below from Ferdoush Hasan’s Facebook profile (<–linked just incase ;-) ) shows the 3 sex fiends looking like they dont have a care in the world. Not least a serious crown court trial for raping 2 schoolgirls hanging over them.
They certainly seem a little touchy feely with each other in the picture. I get the impression when they aren’t getting their sexual kicks from raping schoolgirls they will be getting them from each other. Infact i am almost certain given the comment a fellow Muslim also living in South Sheilds and possibly another housemate left on one of Ferdoush Hasan pictures.
Nahiyan Eusofzai : wise says people r seen by their eyes.ur eyes r the gorgeous eyes i have ever seen.masha Allah
Hopefully they will not be ‘gorgeous’ eyes for long, with a bit of luck another inmate will gouge them out in prison because he is a vile dirty child rapist!
College student ‘raped schoolgirl days before he was part of gang who held down another girl and subjected her to sex attack’
- Three men, Abu Sufian, Raabsan Khan and Ferdoush Hasan, deny rape
- The alleged victim says she was held down at the house they shared
- Prosecutor said the girl was ‘taken advantage of’
By SAM WEBB
PUBLISHED: 17:34, 9 September 2013 | UPDATED: 19:14, 9 September 2013
Two schoolgirls were raped at a house where vulnerable youngsters were taken advantage of by older men, a court heard.
A 14-year-old victim was held down by Abu Sufian, 21, and Raabsan Khan, 19, while Ferdoush Hasan, 22, raped her last February, it is claimed.
Newcastle Crown Court heard the sex attack was just days after another girl, who was also 14, was raped by Hasan alone.
All three men, from South Shields, deny a joint charge of rape. Hasan denies a second, solo, charge.
Prosecutor Anne Richardson told the court the attacks happened at a house where the trio, who were all students at South Tyneside College, were living.
Miss Richardson told jurors: ‘The crown’s case is these defendants took advantage of young girls who were vulnerable, who were drinking alcohol and smoking although underage and who came to the defendants’ house in order to have somewhere to do both of those things.
‘No doubt you will take a fairly dim view of that and wonder what on earth young girls like this are doing in a house with men older than them, who speak little English and they had no friendly relations.
‘The crown’s case is precisely because these girls were vulnerable and somewhat foolish and naive, the defendants felt they could act in the way the crown alleges.
‘Basically, these girls could be used for sex and either they would not say anything for fear of getting into trouble or if they did say anything, the circumstances and background and how they came to be in the house would mean nobody would believe them.’
The court heard the first attack was in early February last year when the alleged victim turned up at the house with friends after drinking a half litre of vodka.
14-year-old victim was held down by Abu Sufian , 21, and Raabsan Khan, 19, it is claimed
The girl told police ‘all of the males were dark skinned, just lying on the beds in that room’.
It is claimed Hasan led the girl to a room in a different part of the house from where everyone had gathered and raped her.
Miss Richardson told the court: ‘She was trying to push him off to no avail as her arms were pinned down by his hands.’
The second alleged victim had also gone to the house with friends.
Miss Richardson said: ‘Effectively it was just somewhere to sit when it was cold.’It is claimed the girl, who refused the men’s offer of alcohol but was smoking cigarettes, ended up left alone with the trio during the visit.
Miss Richardson said: ‘Two of them grabbed hold of her arms, one on either side, and held her down.’
All three men deny the claims against them.
The trial continues.