Dudley Imam Mohammed Habibullah has miraculously avoided being sent to jail after being found guilty of sexual assault against a vulnerable woman. The filthy sexual deviant who leads Muslims in prayer at the mosque must of thought his had been answered when he was only given a suspended sentence for his vile crime.
It just so happens that the crown court judge handing out the pathetic sentence is also Muslim. Despite Judge Amjad Nawaz saying the attack had serious consequences for his victim who had been left “psychologically damaged”. He still helped his fellow Muslim in need out by letting him off virtually unpunished. Basically go away and don’t do it again brother because of the fine work you have done in the past for other Muslims.
This is the same Judge Amjad Nawaz who only 3 months ago sentenced an equally disgusting sex offender to 8 years prison for a crime which happened over 40 years ago in 1975. Only the offender in this case given 8 years in prison was not a fellow Muslim who in Islam he is obliged to help out . He was a white non Muslim beast.
Does this 2 tier justice and double standards make your blood boil as much as it has mine. Then here is a chance to do something about the pathetic sentence allowing this pervert to still be outside on the streets and a threat to women instead of in a cell where he belongs. By asking for the soft sentence and lack of justice to be reviewed by the Attorney General’s Office
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- name of the person who got the sentence
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Mohammed Habibullah has avoided jail
A 69-YEAR-OLD Imam who lead prayers at a mosque in the Dudley area has been spared time behind bars after he carried out a sex attack on a vulnerable woman.
Mohammed Habibullah of St George’s Road, Dudley, had denied sexually assaulting the woman but he was convicted by a jury at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
Ian Windridge, prosecuting, said that in a victim impact statement the woman described how she now felt anxious and nervous adding, “I now feel as though I have to have my guard up all the time.”
She said that after the offence committed on July 22, 2014, she was badly affected by stress and went on “When I think about what happened I feel sick”.
Simon Burch, defending, said Habibullah who had a number of medical problems including heart troubles and arthritis had worked extremely hard for the Muslim community.
Judge Amjad Nawaz told him: “You have not only let yourself down but you have let your community down.”
He stressed it was an extremely serious offence and said: “You gave evidence saying you simply would not have done what you did because it was Ramadan and you would not have had those thoughts.”
The actions of Habibullah, said the judge, had serious consequences for his victim who had been left “psychologically damaged”.
He added that before the offence it was clear Habibullah had been a man of “positive good character” who had given more than 25 years service to the Muslim community as an Imam but he had behaved inappropriately when he had been alone with his victim in a room.
Habibullah was given a six month jail term suspended for 18 months, placed on supervision for 18 months and told he must register as a sex offender for the next seven years.