It wasn’t so long ago that Dewsbury was a typical Yorkshire town with a close knit community. Many families who had lived in the area for generations. Today it is no longer recognizable. Once Muslims received planing to build the UK’s first mega mosque in the Saviletown area, funded by Wahabi Saudi money. Dewsbury’s fate was sealed and things rapidly spiralled out of control.
The new mosque caused a huge surge in Muslim immigrants moving to the area, house prices plummeted as anti social Muslims behaved like they would in Islamabad.Many British families were forced to move out of the area and it quickly became an Islamic enclave. Those unfortunate enough to still live in the area now have to suffer further as racist attacks by Muslims and rape jihad become a part of daily life.
Police appeal over Dewsbury assault
23 Jan 2014 09:12
A 29-year-old woman was approached from behind and thrown to the ground
Police are hoping train passengers can help them catch a hooded attacker.
A 29-year-old woman was approached from behind and thrown to the ground.
The attack happened in Wormald Street, Dewsbury, near the town’s railway station, at about 5.40pm on Saturday.
The woman, who has not been named, suffered minor injuries.
The attacker ran off towards the Eightlands Road station entrance and police believe passengers may have seen him.
The 5.36pm Manchester Airport to Middlesbrough express had just pulled into the station.
The man is described as Asian, around 5ft 6in tall and dressed all in black. He had his hood up.
Anyone with information should contact Dewsbury and Mirfield Neighbourhood Policing Team on 101.