Regular visitors to this site and most similar blogs should know by now that Muslim males seem to have an extra ‘deviant unnatural sexual urges’ genetic code embedded in their DNA compared with their kafir male counterparts. Possibly due to years of inbreeding which is passed on from generation to generation. Coupled with a low IQ, no morales or common sense and force-fed Islam from birth with its sexist views has resulted in a potential sex offender harbouring inside most. Often it only takes the slightest thing to bring it out. Be it the sight of uncovered flesh, a lone woman walking home or innocent eye contact. Hence Muslims over representation as the attackers in random sex attacks.
Its pretty much common knowledge that Muslim sex offenders seemingly have an unhealthy interest in under-age girls. The Muslim pervert here also liked under-age children only it was young boys that floated his boat. His victim will no doubt be traumatized for life after going to the barbers for a short back and sides and ending up being the victim of a sexual assault and almost raped by the Muslim barber.
Great Horton barber jailed for trying to rape boy
6:00am Thursday 11th July 2013 in NewsBy Steve Wright, Crime Reporter
A Bradford barber who tried to rape a 14-year-old boy who went for a haircut was jailed for eight years.
Arshad Mahmood, 33, lured the boy into a cellar at the hairdresser’s shop, where he sexually abused him.
Bradford Crown Court heard the teenager was white with shock when he got home following the attack.
Judge Peter Benson told Mahmood it had been a significant breach of trust.
The judge said: “Parents are entitled to expect that when they send their children to have their hair cut, they are not subjected to sexual abuse.
“You were determined to have your way with this young man.”
Mahmood, of Arncliffe Terrace, Great Horton, was yesterday convicted by a jury, after a three-day trial, of two offences of sexually assaulting the boy and two of attempted rape. He pleaded guilty to a charge of engaging in sexual activity in front of a child.
The court heard Mahmood was working at the barber’s shop, noticed the boy outside and was sexually attracted to him.
Judge Benson told the defendant: “You admitted that was a device to get him in an area where you could have sexual contact with him.”
The judge added: “You intended to engage in sexual activity with him, at the very least regardless as to whether he consented or not.”
While they were in the cellar the defendant kissed the victim and pulled down his clothing. The boy tried to get away but was pulled back.
Judge Benson said he accepted no physical violence or intimidation was used. But he said it was a serious matter because of the number of offences, the persistence of the offending and the abuse of trust.
Mahmood was made subject of an indefinite Sexual Offences Prevention Order, preventing him having contact with under-16s, and was ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register for life.
His barrister, Abdul Iqbal, said it was inevitable his client would be deported after serving his sentence.
After the case, Acting Detective Sergeant Richard Dove, of Bradford District Safeguarding, said: “The victim in this case suffered a particularly distressing and traumatic ordeal and we welcome the strong sentence given to Mahmood.”