Five Islamic child groomers from Rochdale have have been jailed following yet another Muslim grooming gang trial held in secret with an enforced media blackout in place. It is only now once the trial and sentencing is over that the courts have lifted the imposed reporting restrictions.
It is almost standard procedure now that reporting restrictions are put in place when ever a gang of Muslim paedophiles are on trial for abusing mostly vulnerable white British schoolgirls. The media blackout helps keep the general public in the dark to the huge scale of the Muslim grooming gang epidemic happening up and down the country.
The logic behind this tactic is quite simple,it keeps the public outrage to a minimum. You can’t kick off about something that you have no idea about in the first place.
If the press had reported on a daily basis throughout the trial about the horrors committed by these repulsive Muslim sexual deviants. like how they preyed on young vulnerable white school girls, plied them with drink and drugs or passed them round like a bit of halal meat amongst their fellow Muslim paedos. Then by the end of the court case the chances are most of the nation would of seen or heard something about it.Creating a great deal of public fury and once again asking awkward questions of both the Muslim community and the local authorities. Also increasing the possibility of some kind of demo which would then not only increase police costs but risk further highlighting the Muslim grooming gang epidemic even more.
Instead the powers that be would rather wait till its all done and dusted ,slipping the news out on the quiet in the hope that the majority of people don’t find out about it.
One of those sentenced last week at Manchesters Minsull Street Crown Court was serial sex attacker Mohammed Miah. The married take away worker has a long history of sexual assaults preying on vulnerable young girls in the Rochdale area.
Serial rapist Mohammed Miah sentenced to 16 years in prison Credit: GMP
Jailing Miah for 12 years Judge John Potter said he has a “dreadful record of sexual offending”. Unfortunately Mohammed Miah is already serving a 23-year jail term and the latest 12 year sentence will not be added to that but run concurrent with it. Mohamed Miah, formerly of Bellshill Crescent, Rochdale, was one of 10 Muslim groomers jailed in April 2016 for sexually abusing a young girl who said she had been repeatedly groomed by a large number of Muslim men in Rochdale. His identity can now be revealed after reporting restrictions against naming him were lifted by the court.
Miah, known to one victim in this case who he had met a day earlier as “Ali”, bought her alcohol and drove her from Rochdale to a North Wales beach where he threatened to leave her if she did not have sex with him. She told him tearfully to stop halfway through sex but the defendant ignored her pleas and continued to rape her. The victim was described as “extremely vulnerable” and had a chaotic lifestyle after she was effectively abandoned by her parents in her early teens.
Another “vulnerable” victim of takeaway cook Miah, who also knew him as “Ali”, was repeatedly violently raped in 2005 when she was aged 14 or 15 after he bought her vodka. The court heard he had previous convictions for sexual offences as well as the attempted abduction of a 15-year-old girl who he approached in the street in his car in 2009 and falsely claimed her mother had told him to pick her up. Mohammed Miah is the absolute filth of humanity and no doubt when he is released from prison he will re-offend.
Four other men, who were also arrested as part of Greater Manchester Police’s Operation Doublet investigation launched in the wake of the scandal, were jailed alongside Miah.
- Ashefaq Yousaf, 30, of Rochdale, was jailed for 19 years for four counts of rape involving two complainants. Reporting restrictions against him were also lifted
- Mohammed Sadeer, 28, of Brimrod Lane, Rochdale, was jailed for 12 years, with an extended licence period of four years, after he was found guilty of one count of attempted rape
- Joshim Miah, 32, of Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, received a seven-year sentence for rape
- Yousaf’s younger brother, Ittefaq Yousaf, 26, of Stanley Street, Rochdale, was convicted of sexually assaulting one girl and inciting another to engage in sexual activity. He was sentenced to 18 months in jail and received an additional two-month sentence for a separate case of possessing and distributing an indecent image of a child.
Joshim Miah sentenced to 7 years. Credit: GMP
Mohammed Sadeer sentenced to 12 years. Credit: GMP
Ittefaq Yousaf sentenced to 20 months. Credit: GMP