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Rotherham Muslim Grooming Gang: 8 Islamic Nonces Guilty Of Abusing British Schoolgirls

Finally justice has been served for the victims of 8 Muslim paedophiles from Rotherham who have been found guilty today at  Sheffield Crown Court.

With an estimated 1400 victims of Muslim grooming gangs in Rotherham. The eight paedophiles jailed today, who harassed, threatened and violated British girls as young as 12.Only make up a tiny fraction of the Muslim nonces targeting and committing rape jihad against white British schoolgirls in the South Yorkshire town. 

muslim grooming gangs target british schoolgirls. islam allows sex with children

Rotherham child abuse charges: Eight guilty

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Operation Clover guilty men: L-R: Mohammed Whied, Waleed Ali, Asif Ali, Sageer Hussain, Ishtiaq Khaliq, Basharat Hussain, Masoued Malik, Naeem RafiqImage copyrightSOUTH YORKSHIRE POLICE
Image captionFrom top, L-R: Mohammed Whied, Waleed Ali, Asif Ali, Sageer Hussain, Ishtiaq Khaliq, Basharat Hussain, Masoued Malik, Naeem Rafiq

Eight men have been found guilty of 16 charges related to the sexual abuse of three girls in Rotherham between 1999 and 2003.

The men, all from Rotherham, are Sageer Hussain, Mohammed Whied, Ishtiaq Khaliq, Waleed Ali, Asif Ali, Masoued Malik, Basharat Hussain and Naeem Rafiq.

They are due to be sentenced on 4 November.

Det Ch Insp Martin Tate said they committed “vile crimes”.

The men were found guilty at Sheffield Crown Court after more than 17 hours of deliberations by the jury.

They “sexualised” their victims, as young as 13 at the time of the offences, and subjected them to “degrading and violent” acts.

One girl and her family told police, their MP and then-home secretary David Blunkett, but eventually moved to Spain to get away from the men.

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  • Sageer Hussain, 30, of Clough Road, Rotherham, said to be the ringleader, convicted of four rapes and one indecent assault
  • Mohammed Whied, 32, of Psalters Lane, Rotherham, guilty of one count of aiding and abetting rape
  • Ishtiaq Khaliq, 33, of Cherry Brook, Rotherham, guilty of one rape and three indecent assaults
  • Waleed Ali, 34, of Canklow Road, Rotherham, guilty of one rape and one indecent assault
  • Asif Ali, 30, of Clough Road, Rotherham, convicted of one rape
  • Masoued Malik, 32, of Bridgewater Way, Rotherham, guilty of one rape, one count of conspiracy to commit indecent assault and one of false imprisonment
  • Basharat Hussain, 40, from Goole, convicted of one indecent assault
  • Naeem Rafiq, 33, of Clarendon Road, Rotherham, convicted of one count of conspiracy to commit indecent assault and one of false imprisonment
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After the verdict, Det Ch Insp Martin Tate said the trial marked the culmination of three years investigative work by police, Rotherham Council and the Crown Prosecution Service into the calculated and organised sexual exploitation of young girls in Rotherham.

He said the verdicts were of “massive importance” to the victims, who suffered years of abuse.

Det Ch Insp Martin Tait of South Yorkshire Police
Image captionDet Ch Insp Martin Tate, who led the South Yorkshire Police investigation urged victims to come forward

“They had to endure what no child should and have shown remarkable bravery throughout our inquiry,” he said.

“They carried themselves with composure and dignity and I am so grateful to these women, many of whom remain incredibly vulnerable, for offering their support to our investigative team.

“I am so pleased their voices have been heard and their abusers have been held to account for their vile crimes.

“I hope by hearing these brave women’s accounts, other victims find the strength to tell someone what has or is happening to them.”

Det Ch Insp Tate said there was much to be done to tackle the “organised and often devious crime”, but said officers continued to work to safeguard victims, identify and apprehend offenders.

Sheffield Crown Court
Image captionThe trial began at Sheffield Crown Court on 12 September and the jury retired on 11 October

‘Tremendous bravery’

Peter Mann, of Yorkshire and Humberside Crown Prosecution Service, paid tribute to the victims.

“In contrast to the courage and strength of the victims, these men’s actions are utterly abhorrent,” he said.

“They waged a campaign of sexual violence and intimidation against young girls in the Rotherham area 13 years ago.

“Sageer Hussain in particular took a leading role in befriending the young girls, and in the case of one victim, passed her on to his friends and other associates.”

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-37682136

Muslim Nonce Gets 15 Years Prison For Raping Girl Aged 11

Just like the prophet of Islam who he was named after. Cardiff resident Mohammed Amin was a sexual deviant of the worst nature with an unhealthy twisted interest in pre-teenage girls. The Muslim paedophile knew full well that his behaviour was wrong having previously been jailed for sexual activity with the same child. He served his 6 month sentence and was released where he immediately resumed his sick pursuit of the child.

Sending filth like this to prison is a waste of time. It acts as no deterrent and they return to the streets showing no remorse or realising the error of their ways. The only solution is treat them like the wild animals they are. Give them a needle and put them down like you would do a dog with rabies 

 

Mohammed Amin sentenced to 15 years in prison at Cardiff Crown Court for rape and sexual activity with a child

 

Mohammed Amin sentenced to 15 years in prison at Cardiff Crown Court for rape and sexual activity with a child

Mohammed Amin was sentenced to 15 years in prison at Cardiff Crown Court

A rapist who took advantage of an 11-year-old girl and seduced her by throwing notes through her bedroom window has been jailed.

Mohammed Amin, 27, was sentenced at Cardiff Crown Court on Friday after pleading guilty to raping his young victim, who cannot be named for legal reasons.

The court heard how Amin was jailed for six months last year for sexual activity with the same girl but this was on the basis he had kissed her and had inappropriately contacted her on Facebook .

The truth was he had coerced his victim, who was aged 11 and 12 at the time of abuse, into a sexual relationship which lasted around 18 months, the court heard.

The abuse came to light after the girl confided in a member of staff at her school.

Relationship was inappropriate
Prosecutor Ieuan Bennett said the girl was interviewed by police and said she and Amin had become “boyfriend and girlfriend”.

He added: “It appears the defendant realised the relationship was inappropriate because he told her not to tell anybody else about the it as he might go to prison.

“She explained they would sometimes go in his car to Cardiff Bay for a day out and she would go to his flat almost every day.

“It seems the kissing started almost on the first day of them becoming friends.

“He wrote her notes and threw them up through her bedroom window. One said ‘Will you go out with me?’.”

Lied about age
Amin initially lied about his age, saying he was 22-years-old, but later admitted to being 26-years-old.

The girl told him she was 14 but she later admitted to being 11-years-old early on in the relationship. She said Amin’s response was: “I don’t care”.

The girl’s mother called the police after she saw Amin and her daughter through his bedroom window.

When asked by police why she didn’t tell them sooner about the more serious accusations, the girl said she didn’t want Amin to go to jail but over time she had come to realise the effect the relationship had had on her.

When he was arrested during his initial prison sentence, Amin denied anything other than kissing the girl on the lips.

Pleaded guilty
He later pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual assault against a child under 13, two counts of rape of a child under 13, two counts of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, and one count of sexual assault of a child under 13 by penetration.

Defence barrister Susan Ferrier said her client had accepted his guilt which prevented the case from going to trial.

She added: “Perhaps it took some time to have full comprehension about what was taking place and why it was taking place.

“It was a relationship the defendant stopped and a relationship the defendant regrets.”

Broke into sobs
Amin broke into sobs as Record Jeremy Jenkins sentenced him.

The judge said: “You took advantage of a young complainant and bombarded her with notes and letters.

“You knew or must have been aware of her age and vulnerability. She was half your age.

“You have taken away her childhood and her innocence.”

Amin, of Bedford Street, Roath , Cardiff , was sentenced to 15 years imprisonment.

He was also made subject of a sexual harm prevention order until further notice and was ordered to sign the sex offenders’ register indefinitely.

Clear message
Detective Inspector Dinlle Francis, of South Wales Police , said: “This sentence sends out a clear message, sexual exploitation is an abhorrent crime and we are committed to working with our partner agencies and families to prevent and tackle sexual exploitation in all its forms.

“I want to thank the victim in this case for their bravery in coming forward.

“It is because of their courage that this man has been found guilty of serious sexual offences against children and potential victims are now safe from him.”

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10 Muslim Paedos Guilty Of Exploiting 14 Year Old White Girl In Rochdale

Back in April 2015 i posted about another gang of Muslim sexual predators arrested for child sex crimes against a vulnerable white girl from Rochdale. Suddenly it all went silent on the grooming gang, no police statements, no court reports in the press or even a few words on the case. Nothing what so ever on the filthy Islamic child abusers. It seemed they were to be another Muslim sex gang  who disappeared without trace. Spared the naming and shaming in the interests of community cohesion.

That was how things stayed until today when it very quietly and with minimal publicity came out that 10 beasts from the grooming gang have been convicted

coming soon to a town or city near you, Muslim rape jihad

Ten men have been convicted of committing sexual offences against a teenage girl in Rochdale.

The complainant walked into a police station shortly after widespread media coverage of the 2012 convictions at Liverpool Crown Court of nine Asian defendants for grooming white girls for sex in the town.

She told officers that from the age of 14 she had been repeatedly sexually groomed by a large number of men from the Rochdale area.

She also said that “hundreds” of men would ring her up wanting her to go out and have sex with them.

Thursday’s convictions can be reported following the conclusion of two trials at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court.

Opening the prosecutions, Neil Usher said the victim was “an extremely vulnerable young woman who has endured a very difficult home life”.

He said: “Some of this grooming was successful to the extent that as a child, and a vulnerable child at that, she on many occasions agreed to engage in sexual activity with a number of the older men.

“She told the police that there were other occasions when she had not agreed to have sex with some of the men, some of whom had nevertheless then gone on to have sex with her against her will.”

Afraz Ahmed, 33, of Oswald Street, Rochdale, was found guilty of various sexual offences, including rape, conspiracy to rape and sexual activity with a child, in relation to five underage victims.

Choudry Ikhalaq Hussein, 38, of Mayfield Terrace, Rochdale, was convicted of rape, sexual activity with a child and conspiracy to rape.

Rehan Ali, 27, of Cleethorpes Avenue, Blackley, and Kutab Miah, 35, of Ramsey Street, Rochdale, were both found guilty of rape and sexual activity with a child.

Mohammed Dauood, 38, of Leyland Road, Burnley, was convicted of offences in relation to two victims including rape, sexual activity with a child and sexual assault.

Abid Khan, 38, of Whitney Road, Liverpool, and Mohammed Zahid, 54, of Croxton Avenue, Rochdale, were found guilty of sexual activity with a child.

David Law, 46, of Colmanhay Road, Ilkeston, Derbyshire, was convicted of conspiracy to rape, while another defendant, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was convicted of rape and attempting to abduct a child in relation to three victims.

A tenth defendant, Mahfuz Rahman, 29, of HMP Garth, pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to three counts of sexual activity with a child. He was jailed last September for five-and-a-half years.

Three men were acquitted in the two trials.

The remaining defendants will be sentenced at Minshull Street Crown Court on April 7 and 8.

Alison Cartmell, Senior Crown Prosecutor from CPS North West Complex Casework Unit said: “These offenders have been convicted of a wide range of child sexual exploitation offences against young girls.

“They deliberately targeted the girls because of their youth and their vulnerability at the time, and in many cases groomed them by plying them with large amounts of alcohol or by pretending that they were offering genuine friendship before sexually abusing them.

“On a number of occasions the victims were subjected to violence or threats.

“One victim, an extremely vulnerable young girl with a troubled home life, was sexually exploited in some way by each one of these offenders.

“She has shown tremendous courage and determination in facing up to her abusers and giving evidence at court during two trials.

“The bravery of all the victims in reporting what happened and providing evidence during the trials has enabled us to bring strong prosecution cases and to bring these offenders to justice.

“Supporting them has been a key priority of the CPS and police throughout this prosecution, and we have put in place various special measures at court to help support them, such as giving evidence through a video link to the courtroom.

“This case sends out a clear message to those who abuse and exploit children in this way, that tackling these crimes remains a priority for the CPS and police and we will continue to bring offenders to trial.

“We take these cases extremely seriously and I hope these convictions will provide other victims of sexual abuse with confidence to come forward and report the abuse to police.”

Hussain was convicted in his absence and is currently wanted, said Greater Manchester Police.

He is believed to be outside the United Kingdom.

Police said the majority of the offences took place between 2004 and 2008, with the victims aged from 13 to 23 at the time.

Assistant Chief Constable Robert Potts said: “Operation Doublet was launched following the 2011 investigation into child sexual exploitation in Rochdale and we identified a number of cases, which broadly took place between 2004 and 2008, across Greater Manchester where teenage girls were being sexually exploited by older men.

“Cases such as this one are extremely complex and take a lot of hard work to ensure they reach court. Understandably, victims can go through an array of emotions during the process but their welfare is the most important thing to us and they are always supported by specially trained officers.

“The strong partnership approach taken here, ranging from the Crown Prosecution Service through to Rochdale Metropolitan Borough Council has been important and the police team led by Detective Chief Inspector Jamie Daniels have dedicated themselves and have been relentless in achieving the very best outcomes.

“Today’s outcome belongs to the brave and courageous victims who have found the confidence to speak of their harrowing experiences. They’ve helped us to ensure that we can find those responsible for these horrific crimes and bring them to justice no matter how long has come to pass.

“This has been achieved through a great deal of hard work by police and all partners.

“The nationally recognised Sunrise team in Rochdale continue to help identify vulnerable children in Rochdale with Project Phoenix being a multi-agency approach for Greater Manchester.

“Tackling CSE is a priority for Greater Manchester Police and we, alongside our partners, are dedicated to helping those who are subjected to such abuse and to ensure they are safeguarded from the risks.”

Two Muslim Child Rapists From Peterborough Found Guilty Of Grooming And Sexually Abusing 8 Vulnerable Girls

Two more Islamic child rapists convicted of a catalogue of grooming and sexual exploitation offences against under-age schoolgirls. Muslim nonces Yasir Ali, 28, of Grange Road, Peterborough and Daaim Ashraf, 19, of Almoners Lane, Peterborough sexually exploited and raped 8 vulnerable girls as young as 13 years old after grooming them on social media websites initially.

Several of the rapes took place at the Days Inn Hotel at Haddon. The video below is of the hotel CCTV showing the Muslim sexual deviants checking into the hotel prior to one of the sex attacks.

Muslim paedophiles Yasir Ali and Daaim Ashraf checking into the Days Inn Hotel at Haddon on February 2, 2013.

Despite a constant stream of Muslim paedophile grooming gangs being convicted of serious sexual offences against vulnerable non Muslim schoolgirls. The Muslim community continues to keep their heads buried in the sand pretending its not a problem and the authorities and media do their best to brush the truth under the carpet for community cohesion reasons.

See the true shocking scale of the problem: Kafir Crusaders Muslim grooming gang and paedo map shows the problem is at epidemic levels.

Men convicted of trafficking girls for sex

May 20, 2014, 1:45 pm

Two men have been convicted of trafficking young girls for sex in Peterborough.

Yasir Ali, 28, of Grange Road, Peterborough and Daaim Ashraf, 19, of Almoners Lane, Peterborough, were convicted of a total of 24 charges at Cambridge Crown Court today (Tuesday).

Ali was convicted of 15 charges comprising: four rapes; seven charges of trafficking for sexual exploitation; two charges of making indecent images of children; engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child and intimidation.

Ashraf was convicted of nine charges comprising: five counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation; sexual assault; sexual activity with a child; engaging in sexual activity in the presence of a child and intimidation.

Ali was cleared of a further count of rape from 2008 while a third defendant, James Daly, 25, of Grange Road, Peterborough, was cleared of a single charge of rape.
The jury of seven women and five men had deliberated for 14 hours and 37 minutes before delivering their unanimous verdicts.
During the eight-week trial, the court heard Ali and Ashraf had abused eight girls who they had groomed after meeting them through social media.

Six of the victims, the youngest of who was 13, were abused at a hotel in Peterborough in January and February last year. One of the girls was also raped in an alleyway in Stamford.

A further two victims were identified during the investigation and disclosed to having been raped in cars at Ferry Meadows in 2008 and 2010.

The investigation was part of Operation Erle – a joint proactive investigation between Cambridgeshire Constabulary and Peterborough City Council’s Children’s Services.

The girls were traced after being identified as being at risk of being exploited through an information trawl by police and Peterborough City Council in January, last year.

On the day the investigation was launched, police also received a referral from Rutland Social Care after a girl had disclosed being raped at a Peterborough hotel.

That led detectives to the Day’s Inn hotel at Haddon. CCTV was seized and further victims were subsequently traced along with the offenders.

The case follows a successful prosecution at the Old Bailey earlier this year where five men and teenage boys were convicted of a catalogue of sexual offences against underage girls. Four were jailed for a total of 54 years.

Ali and Ashraf will be sentenced at a later date. Two other men who had been charged in connection with the offences were acquitted halfway through the trial.

Detective Superintendent Gary Ridgway said: “Today’s convictions are part of the ongoing joint inquiry by Cambridgeshire Constabulary and Peterborough City Council’s Children’s social care to safeguard young people and bring offenders to justice.

“As with the previous case held at the Old Bailey, this investigation was entirely victim-led.

“We worked closely with colleagues at Peterborough, Rutland and Lincolnshire Children’s Services to win the trust of these young girls so they felt safe enough to tell us what they had been through.

“The girls were targeted due to their vulnerability and groomed via social media. They were made to feel special.

“These men preyed on their innocence and took them to hotels where they were plied with alcohol then sexually abused.

“They have each been through horrific ordeals and have shown great bravery in giving evidence against their abusers at court.

“It will no doubt take many years for them to rebuild their lives, but hopefully the knowledge that these men have been brought to justice will be an important step forward for them.

“Our priority has always been, and remains, to protect young people. We will continue to work with the city council and other partner agencies to keep young people safe from harm.”

Yasir Ali

Daaim Ashraf

Middlesbrough Grooming Gang Jailed, Victims Harassed By Paedo Defenders

As Middlesbrough grooming gang received their sentences for the rape and sexual assault of  local schoolgirls between the ages of 13 and 15 years old. News of the victims being constantly harassed and intimidated by the paedophiles friends and family have emerged. Some of the harassment has included racial abuse against the victims with them being labelled as ‘white trash’ by supporters of the three nonces. One family even had to move home due to the levels of abuse they were getting. You can be almost certain none of the paedophile defenders making the victims lives hell will be charged for a hate crime like somebody would do if it was the other way round.

Jailed: Shakil Munir

The Northern Echo: Jailed: Shakil MunirJailed: Sakib Ahmed

The Northern Echo: Jailed: Shakil Munir: Behind bars: Ateeq Latif

FIVE girls groomed on the streets of a North-East town are still being “tortured” by supporters of the men who abused them, their families said tonight.

The mother of one of the teenage victims spoke out after two men and a 17-year-old youth were jailed for a total of 19 years for sexually exploiting the girls in Middlesbrough.

Passing sentence Judge John Walford told Shakil Munir, 32, 19-year-old Sakib Ahmed and Ateeq Latif, 17, that they had regarded the girls – all aged between 13 and 15 – as objects for their own sexual pleasure.
He added: “In reality they were children who lacked the maturity of experience to cope with your manipulative ways.”

The court heard that the girls had been taunted and insulted by friends and family of the defendants since coming forward, including being bombarded by obscene messages, called sluts and accused of being racist.

Judge Walford described the girls’ treatment as “appalling”, adding that it revealed a “profoundly worrying attitude about the offending”.

Speaking outside court after the sentencing, the mother of one of the victims said: “The girls are still being tortured by these people – they are painting them as sluts when they are the victims.”

THE behavior of men who used threats and manipulation to groom and abuse vulnerable underage girls was today condemned.

Judge Walford said there was no place in a civilised society for the attitude shown by the three defendants towards the five girls, who were all aged between 13 and 15.

Although he said the case was different to other grooming cases around the country where young girls had been trafficked and passed around, he said: “It is unacceptable for feckless young men to roam the streets at night seeking young, impressionable girls, with only one objective in mind.

“That is behaviour that needs to be condemned.”

Taxidriver Shakil Munir, 32, of Tollesby Road, Middlesbrough, was sentenced to eight years in prison after being found guilty of four counts of sexual activity with a child and one of abduction.

Sakeb Ahmed, 19, a pizza shop worker from Cambridge Road, Middlesbrough, was also sentenced to eight years after admitting five charges of sexual activity with a child.

Student Ateeq Latif, 17, of Abingdon Road, Middlesbrough, was sent to a young offenders’ institution for three years after being convicted of two counts of arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sex offence.

Christopher Knox, prosecuting, told Teesside Crown Court that the girls had been exploited by a loosely connected group of young men and one older man.

He added: “They were exploitative relationships. They were groomed for what later occurred – these were not a case of girlfriend, boyfriend relationships.”

Mr Knox said the grooming progressed from talking face to face to exchanging phone messages.

Mr Knox said that since coming forward, the victims had been subjected to “horrifying” abuse by friends and family of the defendants.

He added: “They have been subjected to name calling; suggestions such as ‘white trash’.

“They have been goaded in classrooms, saying ‘don’t touch her she will have you done for rape’.

“They have also been bombarded by obscene messages on Facebook, calling them sluts and accusing them of being racist.”

The court heard how a car belonging to one of the girl’s families had been vandalised, while family members had received threats on-line.

Outside court the mother of one of the girls revealed how her family had been forced to move home because of the intimidation.

Judge Walford said the defendants could not be held responsible for the “shameful behavior” of others.

However, he added: “I openly express the hope that after today the sort of unpleasantness to which those girls have been subjected will cease and they can be allowed to put these events behind them.”

Detective Inspector Dino Carlucci, who led the investigation, paid tribute to the victims who had given evidence, adding: “I now hope the girls can get on and enjoy their lives, which is what teenage girls should be doing.”

Members of the English Defence League chanted and exchanged insults with Asian supporters of the defendants outside court.

They were watched over by scores of police.

http://www.thenorthernecho.co.uk/news/11009663.Three_Middlesbrough_men_jailed_for_grooming_underage_girls_for_sex/?ref=var_0

Two Immigrants Guilty Of Attempted Child Abduction Of Boys Aged 8 And 10

Two Iranian born immigrants living in Leigh, Greater Manchester have been convicted of attempted child abduction. Muslim nonces Aram Younis and Hassan Meshedi were found guilty of trying to entice two brothers aged 8 and 10 into their car. Had the succeeded God only knows what heinous acts they would of carried out on the pair. They were clearly up to no good having the reg plates on the car stuck on with Velcro instead of screws to enable a quick change of plates.

They are just two of the constant stream of foreign born Muslim immigrants committing vile sex crimes. At the end of the day it is the taxpayer who has to fork out for the trial costs,legal fees,interpretors and their stay at one of HMP’s finest establishments for the duration of their sentence. Unless they are immediately deported, upon release the first port of call will be the DWP where they will make a claim for benefits,free housing and council tax.

The joys of immigration, this is the leftists great vision of multiculturalism for you. 

TWO men have been convicted of trying to abduct young Wigan brothers.

A jury unanimously found Aram Younis and Hassan Meshedi guilty of attempted abduction and they have been remanded in custody to await sentence on January 16.

During their trial at Liverpool Crown Court, the jury heard that the two boys, aged eight and 10, were left upset and distressed after two men tried to entice them into their car in Abram.

The boys declined the offer to get into their vehicle as they left a rural park and ran home to tell their mother of their ordeal.

Iranian-born Younis, 23, of Irvine Street, Leigh and Meshedi, 31, of Chapel Street, Leigh, who were helped by a Kurdish Iranian interpreter, represented themselves during their trial.

Anthony O’Donohoe, prosecuting, told the jury that the incident happened on July 13 this year after the boys, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, left Crankwood Park in Abram after their mother rang telling them to come home. As they were walking along Crankwood Road, which is a cul-de-sac, a light blue Renault Clio approached from the opposite direction. It was driven by Meshedi and Younis was the passenger.

“Younis said through the open passenger window, ‘Do you want to come in this car?’. The boys replied, ‘No, we don’t know you’,” said Mr O’Donohoe. “Younis said, ‘Come on boys, it’s only a ride,’”

“In that moment the older boy sensed his brother was about to move towards the car so he pulled his brother back and both boys ran home. They immediately complained to their mother. They seemed upset and not surprisingly their mother was distressed to hear of this matter and immediately telephoned the police.”

A police officer came to their home and while there he received radio communication to say that two men matching their description had been detained in Plank Lane, Abram.

“At the scene they categorically denied speaking to any children and claimed they had been looking for a nice spot to relax in the sunshine and said they had bought themselves ice creams,” said Mr O’Donohoe.

They were arrested and when interviewed they admitted having been in the general vicinity but again denied speaking to any boys. Meshedi admitted that they had driven down a cul-de-sac.

The older boy picked out Meshedi on a video ID parade as the driver, added Mr O’Donohoe.

He also told the court that when the vehicle was examined it was found that the front and rear registration plates were attached with Velcro instead of being screwed on.

“When questioned about this Meshedi said it was in that condition when he purchased it.”

Two Muslims Found Guilty Of Raping Teenager In A Reading Park

The two Muslims (from this post) on trial for raping a girl in a reading park have been found guilty on all charges.

East Reading men found guilty of raping teenage girl in Purley Park

18 Dec 2013 08:36

Toseef Mahmood, 23, of Cumberland Road, Newtown, and Mohammed Sajad Asghar, 22, of Carnarvon Road, East Reading, denied attacking the then 17-year-old on November 5, 2011

Toseef Mahmood and Mohammed Sajad Asghar were convicted of rape at Reading Crown Court
Toseef Mahmood and Mohammed Sajad Asghar were convicted of rape at Reading Crown Court

Two men have been convicted of raping a girl at a park on Bonfire Night.

Toseef Mahmood, 23, of Cumberland Road, Newtown, and Mohammed Sajad Asghar, 22, of Carnarvon Road, East Reading, denied attacking the then 17-year-old on November 5, 2011.

Asghar was also charged with attempted rape, assault by penetration, aiding and abetting rape and a joint charge of aiding and abetting.

Mahmood also denied his charges of rape, an aiding and abetting charge and the joint charge.

Asghar admitted stealing the girl’s mobile phone.

Yesterday, a jury at Reading Crown Court took seven-and-a-half hours to convict the pair on all counts, following the incident in Purley Park, Purley.

The defendants were also accused of sexually assaulting a second girl, but the judge earlier directed the jury to return not guilty verdicts.

Under cross-examination, Michael Roques, prosecuting, pressed Mahmood to consider whether performing a sex act on four men, three of whom were strangers, would be an “unpleasant experience” for the girl.

He replied: “She looked like she was all happy.”

The court previously heard from the girl, who in a video interview with police the day after the incident said she had a lump on the back of her head, “bad throbbing pains” in her neck, bruised legs and a swollen knee.

The girl had gone to the park with a friend expecting to meet three men, one of whom she knew as ‘Karim’.

Instead, she said four or five men turned up and after her friend went off to another part of the park, she was grabbed, forced to go off with three men including ‘Karim’ and forced to perform oral sex.

Mahmood and Asghar were remanded in custody and are due to be sentenced on January 17.

Middlesbrough Muslim Grooming Case: How Big Is The Iceberg?

Following up on the Middlesbrough grooming case which i posted about last week. 3 Muslim paedophiles have been found guilty of abusing 6 schoolgirls including the taxi driver who was in denial. Worryingly it has been suggested the scale of the problem in the area is much bigger with as many as 120 girls identified as at risk from Muslim rape jihadists.

Middlesbrough grooming case: How big is the iceberg?

By Andrew GloverBBC News

Girl with head in hands
After a group of men were found guilty of sexually exploiting teenage girls on Teesside, child protection experts have warned how dozens of other youngsters in the area are being groomed for sex.

Offers of takeaway food, drugs and free lifts.

Hundreds of messages via Facebook and BlackBerry Messenger.

All were ingredients in what has been branded “the big con” used to persuade underage girls to allow older men to take advantage of them in Middlesbrough.

‘Sick to the stomach’

silhouette of woman

The mother of one of the 14-year-old victims in the Middlesbrough grooming case told BBC News how it affected her life.

“I felt sick to the stomach that a grown man had had sexual intercourse with my baby – at the end of the day she’s only a child.

“You could tell she was a child and he knew she was a child. I felt physically sick, so much so that I stopped going to bed and started sleeping in my living room.

“I’m still sleeping there now. I lock my door on a night and I sleep in the living room.

“If anyone tries to get into my house the first person they will be greeted with is me so I know my child is safe, she’s upstairs away from it all and she can’t get out either.

“It’s turned my life upside down, I don’t trust anybody anymore.”

Another man, Sakib Ahmed, 19, admitted his part in the abuse that saw victims “targeted” for sex.

The group were described by prosecutors as “loosely connected” while some of their victims were also known to each other.

Following the trial, which heard evidence in relation to seven alleged victims, experts have conceded the extent of the grooming problem is difficult to measure.

Cleveland Police confirmed it has a number of “live investigations” and the charity Barnado’s is aware of at least 160 girls, some as young as 12, currently at risk.

Wendy Shepherd, the charity’s children’s service manager in the North East, said: “There are over 160 people that we’re working with and we’re aware of across Teesside.

“This is not one-off sexual abuse of a child within a family, we’re talking about groups of men who abuse young teenage girls.”

Ms Shepherd said one of the “great problems” is that victims do not realise what is happening to them until it is too late.

“They don’t see the grooming,” she said.

“They don’t see the huge con to get them to have sex with many people at the will of the man that has become their boyfriend.

“They really want to believe in the goodness that actually he wouldn’t really treat me that way, he wouldn’t want to harm me.”

Shakil MunirTaxi driver Shakil Munir denied five charges

Mark Braithwaite, chair of the Middlesbrough Safeguarding Children Board, said it was difficult to judge the extent of the problem because many of those involved often “didn’t see themselves as victims”.

“Some people, often for the first time in their lives, have received some affection, or what’s perceived as being affection, they’ve been showered with gifts, perhaps mobile phones, drink and drugs in many cases.

“The exploitation starts right at the outset and it’s perhaps not until much further down the journey that some of these victims realise that they’ve been exploited.”

Mr Braithwaite acknowledged that although some of the victims were from the same school, grooming on Teesside was far from isolated.

“It is a bigger problem. Not just here in Middlesbrough but elsewhere in the country.

“The difficulty is, how do you assess how big the iceberg is and are you dealing with the tip of the iceberg?

“One thing I’m sure of is that the more proactively you go looking for it, you will find it.

“Any area that says it hasn’t got a problem is naïve and isn’t looking hard enough.”

Another Muslim Taxi Driver Guilty Of Rape In Bolton,Only This Time Victim Was A Boy

Over the last month or so iv made numerous posts about Muslim taxi drivers committing sex attacks on female passengers and the potential danger of lone females getting into a cab with a Muslim driver after a night out.  Married Muslim Shahbaz Ahmed who worked for Metro Taxis in Bolton became the latest Islamic sex fiend to be found guilty of raping a passenger in his taxi.  Only this time the victim wasn’t a female but a boy aged 15. Lets just hope he gets as long a prison sentence as possible. There is no place in society for Muslim vermin like Ahmed who prey on women and children.

 Married Muslim Shahbaz Ahmed who worked for Metro Taxis in Bolton became the latest Islamic sex fiend to be found guilty of raping a passenger in his taxi

GUILTY: Taxi driver raped 15-year-old boy

4:33pm Friday 19th July 2013 in NewsExclusive By Joanne Rowe, Reporter

A TAXI driver faces jail after being convicted of picking up a teenage boy and raping him in his car.

It took a jury of eight men and four women just three and a half hours to unanimously find Shahbaz Ahmed guilty of raping the 15-year-old boy.

During a three day trial at Bolton Crown Court they had heard how the boy, who is now aged 16, was walking home along Thicketford Road,Tonge Moor in the early hours of July 13 last year after spending the evening with friends.

Metro Cars driver Ahmed was working that night when he spotted the teenager, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, and offered him a lift, telling the boy, “You shouldn’t be walking around at this time. It’s dangerous.”

The teenager told the court he thought the driver was just being kind, but after stopping briefly outside the boy’s home, Ahmed then drove to the car park atHarwood Golf Club.

There he forced the boy to perform a sex act on him. The teenager said he was too terrified to run away because he feared Ahmed would run him over with the car.

After the ordeal Ahmed, a 35-year-old married father-of-three, drove the boy home and the teenager told adults what had happened.

DNA from Ahmed was found on the boy and the taxi driver, of Parkfield Road, Great Lever, was arrested.

He admitted a sexual act had taken place, but claimed it was at the teenager’s instigation, adding that the boy had pulled out a knife and threatened to hurt himself if he did not take part.

Ahmed stood emotionless in the dock as the guilty verdict was read out and his defence counsel Wayne Jackson, requesting an adjournment until September 6 for reports to be prepared before sentence is passed, conceded: “A custodial sentence of some length will follow.”

Judge Timothy Stead told Ahmed: “The matter you have been found guilty of is a serious one. In all the circumstances you will be remanded in custody between now and September.”

Ahmed was also told he will be placed on the sex offenders register and is now barred from working with children and vulnerable adults.

Oxford Muslim Grooming Gang – Dogar Brothers Get Life Sentences

Justice has been served for evil Muslim paedophile brothers Akhtar Dogar, 32, and Anjum Dogar, 31. After a spate of soft sentences for Muslim offenders which gave the impression of a 2 tier legal system. Judge Peter Rook gave a sentence fitting of the crimes carried out against British children by handing them both life sentences. The Dogar brothers from Oxford were the ringleaders of the latest Muslim grooming gang to be hauled before the bench. The Islamo-nonce brothers groomed and then pimped out girls as young as 11 to their Islamic paedophile friends. By all accounts this Oxford grooming gang committed even more despicable acts on their victims than the members of the  Rochdale gang. Maybe now their mother might realise how filthy her sons are and stop blaming the poor vicitms.

Oxford Sex Ring Brothers Jailed For Life

3:19pm UK, Thursday 27 June 2013

Two brothers have been jailed for life for grooming vulnerable young girls as part of an Oxford sex ring.

Sentencing the seven men who abused the girls as part of a gang, Judge Peter Rook said: “These were sexual crimes of the upmost gravity. The depravity was extreme, each victim was groomed, coerced and intimidated.”

Judge Rook jailed brothers Akhtar Dogar, 32, and Anjum Dogar, 31, for a minimum of 17 years telling them they had been found guilty of “exceptionally grave crimes”.

The seven men, including another set of brothers, exploited girls as young as 11 and were found guilty of a catalogue of offences including rape, trafficking and organising prostitution last month after a five-month trial.

Operating from their Oxford base, the men targeted vulnerable and “out-of-control” youngsters aged between 11 and 16, many of whom were in care homes.

They groomed them into believing they were in love and then exploited them, injecting them with heroin, forcing them into prostitution and even branding one of them with an electronic cigarette lighter.

Most of the six girls who were abused were too scared to face their abusers in court and gave their evidence from behind a curtain.

But one, who was repeatedly raped and sold for sex between 2004, when she was just 12, and 2007, faced down her attackers and told the court: “I am here to tell my story and see the people who abused me found guilty.”

Another girl’s evidence told how she was told she would be shot if she did not have sex with one of the men when she was 14 and how she rang police after being taken to a flat and realising she was with 11 men who wanted to have sex with her.

Another told how she was plied with drugs and forced to have sex with strangers while being filmed at the age of 13.

The most harrowing account came from a girl who was groomed from the age of 11 and forced to have an illegal abortion on the living room floor of a house in Reading, aged 12.

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