7 Muslim Groomers Charged In Oxford


Another load of Muslim grooming gang members charged with deviant child sex offences against schoolgirls. With at least one victim being under the age of 13 at the time of the crimes.

It seems there is no end in sight to the never-ending cycle of Muslim paedophiles sexually abusing and exploiting British children

Seven men have been charged in connection with a major child sexual exploitation investigation in Oxford.

Police officers carried out arrests on Thursday in connection with alleged sex offences against females which occurred between 2008 and 2015.

Six men were charged with the rape of a girl under 16 as well as other sexual offences, while a seventh man was charged with conspiracy to rape.

Six men – all from Oxford – will appear before Oxford magistrates.

They are: Shabir Dogar, 22; Shabaz Khan, 23; Shohab Dogar, 23; Yasin Hamid, 20; Usman Iddris, 22; and Joseph Suraina, 22.

Waqas Hussain, 24, of no fixed abode, will appear at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on 4 April.

Mr Hussain has also been charged with the attempted sexual assault of a girl under 13, as have Shabir Dogar and Shohab Dogar.

The raids were part of what the police are calling Operation Nautical.

A further 10 men were also arrested on Wednesday as part of the same operation.


2nd Rochdale Grooming Gang Jailed For 26 Years For Sexual Exploitation Of Schoolgirls

It has taken a while to happen but the second bunch of no good rape jihadists from Rochdale have finally been sentenced receiving a total of 26 years for sexually abusing vulnerable British schoolgirls. There should be no stone left unturned for  Islamononces to hide under in the hunt to bring them to justice. The police owe it to every victim who suffered at the hands of Muslim grooming gangs for so long whilst they was afraid to take action in case they was branded racist.

Rochdale Men Jailed For Sexually Grooming Girl

The men exploited the “profound vulnerability” of a teenage girl who was plied with vodka and cannabis before being abused.

5:58pm UK, Friday 20 December 2013
The five men jailed for sexually exploiting a 15-year-old girlFrom left: Kendakumana, Abubaker, Khan, Chansa and Huk

Grooming victim

Five men who sexually exploited a profoundly vulnerable 15-year-old girl in Rochdale have been jailed for up to eight and a half years. Mike McCarthy reports.

Video: Men Jailed For Sexually Grooming Girl

By Nick Martin, Sky News Correspondent

Five men who sexually exploited a 15-year-old girl in Rochdale have been jailed for a total of 26-and-a-half years.

The majority of the defendants were first arrested last year after a separate trial at Liverpool Crown Court revealed a largely Pakistani-heritage child sex ring abusing white girls in the town.

The victim, now aged 20, was described as having a “chaotic early life” who would drink to excess, take drugs, stay out late and sniff lighter fluid and self harm. She spent several years in care before returning to her mother’s house where her drink and drug taking continued.

Manchester Minshull Crown Court heard that many of her abusers plied her with vodka and cannabis before committing their offences in 2008 and 2009.

Congolese refugee Freddie Kendakumana, 27, of Illminster, Rochdale, was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years for rape and sexual activity with a child.

Mohammed Rafiq Abubaker, 32, of Freehold, Rochdale was jailed for two-and-a-half years for sexual activity with a child, whilst takeaway worker Roheez Khan, 27, of Ashfield Road, Rochdale, was sentenced to six-and-a-half years for sexual activity with a child and witness intimidation.

A fourth man, Chola Chansa, 33, of Illminster, Rochdale, was jailed for five years for sexual activity with a child.

Taxi driver Abdul Huk, 37, of Ouldfield Close, Rochdale, was sentenced to four years for sexual activity with a child.

Questions have been asked after it was revealed that Kendakumana had been arrested and interviewed before by Greater Manchester police (GMP).

The Streets Of Rochdale After Child Exploitation Arrests
The Rochdale victim in this case was not linked to men convicted last year

In December 2008 the girl complained to police that she had been raped the previous month.

The girl was told at the time by an interviewing male officer to stay away from Kendakumana while the investigation continued. But Sky News understands social care and health professionals dealing with the youngster failed to pass on her other reports in 2008 and 2009 that she was having consensual sexual contact with older men whom she labelled “boyfriends”.

Kendakumana was finally charged, along with his co-defendants, in October 2012 – nearly four years after the girl made the initial rape complaints as several men went on to abuse her in the intervening period.

From the end of 2008 to October 2011, the girl had undergone a total of 23 video-recorded police interviews.

The victim was first prompted to go to the police on the advice of a health support worker when she disclosed that Kendakumana was sexually forcing himself on her.

There was no suggestion that the victim had been “passed around” by the different men, although some were known to each other, the court heard.

In a victim impact statement, read out in court, she wrote: “I look back on the years I was drinking and hanging around with these men and see that this period has impacted on my education and what exams I failed to pass, this has followed into my adult life.

“I think a lot about that period of my life, I sometimes blame others like my mum, social services and the men, but I sometimes blame myself,” she said.

In May last year, nine men were jailed for the systematic grooming and sexual abuse of five girls – aged between 13 and 15 – in Heywood and Rochdale. Their trial at Liverpool Crown Court resulted in a national debate over the role of gangs of largely Pakistani-heritage men in grooming white girls.

A subsequent report from child safeguarding chiefs ruled that social workers, police and prosecutors had missed opportunities to stop the exploitation in Heywood and Rochdale.

Social workers in Rochdale were criticised for their approach to dealing with underage girls who were deemed to be “making their own choices” in engaging in consensual sex.

Although the girl in the latest court proceedings was being abused at about the same time, she had no known links with any of the defendants who were jailed at Liverpool Crown Court.

The convicted men in the Manchester trials came from a range of nationalities – Kendakumana and Chansa are from Congo, Abubaker is a Kurd, while Huk and Khan are believed to be of Pakistani heritage.

Several knew each other but it was not the prosecution case that they all acted as an organised gang.

The case has been voluntarily referred to the Independent Police Complaints Commission.


2nd Rochdale Grooming Gang, 5 Found Guilty Of Sexualy Abusing White Schoolgirl In Hush-Hush Trial

Rochdale is back in the news once again for all the wrong reasons, paedophile gangs sexually abusing white schoolgirls considered as vulnerable. Shortly after the original Rochdale grooming gang were sentence. News broke that Greater Manchester Police had smashed a 2nd grooming gang from the heavily Islamized town. I followed the case until after their first date in court which was adjourned. Then all that followed was silence on the case. I made several attempts over the last 10 months to try and uncover what was going with these perverts you could find no mention of any of the accused.

Now i know why, just like the case last year was originally until patriots found out and exposed what was happening. There was a media blackout in place, doing so also kept the anti grooming protesters away during the trial. 

The good news is 5 paedophiles have been found guilty. 3 of those were Muslims like the grooming gang in the first trial. The other two nonces were African immigrants from Congo which only has a small amount of Muslim population. Muslims or not , its good to have the beasts out of circulation . Lets hope there will be deportation papers awaiting them when their sentence is up.

Five men sexually exploited ‘damaged’ 15-year-old girl in Rochdale

8 Nov 2013 14:14

The victim, now aged 20, gave evidence against the defendants in two trials.. The men are due to be sentenced on December 20.

 Four of the men: (L-R) Abdul Huk, Chola Chansa, Freddie Kendakumana, Mohammed Rafiq Abubaker
Four of the men: (L-R) Abdul Huk, Chola Chansa, Freddie Kendakumana, Mohammed Rafiq Abubaker

Five men sexually exploited the “profound vulnerability” of a “damaged” 15-year-old girl inRochdale, it can be reported today.

The victim, now aged 20, gave evidence against the defendants in two trials.

Many of her abusers plied the troubled teenager with vodka and cannabis before committing their offences, which took place in 2008 and 2009, Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court heard.

The majority of the defendants were first arrested last year after the grim portrayal of a largely Pakistani-heritage child sex ring preying on white girls in the town emerged into the public domain in a separate trial at Liverpool Crown Court.

But one of her abusers, Congolese refugee Freddie Kendakumana, was arrested and interviewed by Greater Manchester Police (GMP) in December 2008 after the girl – also white – complained to police that he had raped her the month before.

The girl was told at the time by an interviewing male officer that it was important not to have any future dealings with Kendakumana while the investigation continued but she later confessed she had bumped into him at a flat. Soon after, she went on to have consensual sex with his friend when still aged 15, although that man knew she was under-age.

In a later interview, she explained: “I spoke to the police about it. The police said don’t go back there. If you go back up there, we don’t have a case, so I said I won’t.

“I went on to see Freddie in a flat. I didn’t really speak to him, I had a drink and then came home.”

Kendakamuna, 27, was finally charged, along with his co-defendants, in October 2012 – nearly four years after the girl made the initial rape complaints as several men went on to abuse her in the intervening period.

By that time the girl had undergone numerous video-recorded police interviews from the end of 2008 to October 2011, totalling more than 23 hours.

The victim was first prompted to go to the police on the advice of a health support worker when she disclosed that Kendakumana was sexually forcing himself on her.

But social care and health professionals dealing with the youngster failed to pass on her other confessions in 2008 and 2009 that she was having consensual sexual contact with a string of older men whom she labelled  “boyfriends”.

Reporting restrictions were lifted on both proceedings by Judge Jonathan Foster QC at today’s conclusion of the second trial.

Last month in the first trial, Kendakumana, of Illminster, Rochdale, was convicted of rape and sexual activity with a child. He was cleared of a second count of rape.

Two other men, Mohammed Rafiq Abubaker, 32, of Freehold, Rochdale, and takeaway worker Roheez Khan, 27, of Ashfield Road, Rochdale, were found guilty of sexual activity with a child. Khan was also convicted of witness intimidation.

A fourth man, Chola Chansa, 33, of Illminster, Rochdale, pleaded guilty to sexual activity with a child just before the first trial started.

In the second trial, taxi driver Abdul Huk, 37, of Ouldfield Close, Rochdale, was found guilty yesterday of sexual activity with a child.

All five men will be sentenced on December 20.

Today the jury failed to reach a verdict on Mohammed Ali, 28, of Rochdale, on an allegation of sexual activity with a child.

The jury in the first trial also failed to reach a verdict on the same allegation against Mr Ali and, as a consequence, the Crown decided not to proceed with a third trial and has asked for the matter to lie on file.

Asrar Haider, 39, of Rochdale, was cleared by the second jury of sexual activity and inciting sexual activity with a child, while another defendant, Anjam Masood, 31, from Rochdale, was cleared of sexual activity and inciting sexual activity with a child on the direction of the judge after the prosecution said it was no longer offering evidence against him.

Charges were also dropped before the first trial against a 34-year-old man who had been accused of engaging in sexual activity with the girl in a car when she was as young as 12 or 13.

In May last year, nine men were jailed for the systematic grooming and sexual abuse of five white girls – aged between 13 and 15 – in Heywood and Rochdale.

The trial at Liverpool Crown Court resulted in a national debate over the role of gangs of largely Pakistani-heritage men in grooming white girls.

A subsequent report from child safeguarding chiefs ruled that social workers, police and prosecutors had missed opportunities to stop the exploitation in Heywood and Rochdale.

The first victim, who was 15 when the abuse began, told police what had been happening in August 2008, but her complaint was not taken seriously and she continued to be abused by the gang until December 2008 when she fell pregnant and moved away.

In July 2009, a CPS lawyer compounded the police failure to take her seriously and made the decision not to charge the two gang members she was accusing because he did not think a jury would find her “credible”.

Social workers in Rochdale were criticised for apparently writing off underage girls who were deemed to be “making their own choices” in engaging in consensual sex.

Although the girl in the latest court proceedings, who is also white, was being abused at about the same time, she had no known links with any of the defendants who were jailed at Liverpool Crown Court.

The convicted defendants in the Manchester trials also came from a range of nationalities – Kendakumana and Chansa are from Congo, Abubaker is a Kurd, while Huk and Khan are believed to be of Pakistani heritage.

Several knew each other but it was not the prosecution case that they all acted in an organised manner.

In March, Assistant Chief Constable Steve Heywood said GMP had identified 42 potential victims of child sexual exploitation in the Rochdale area and said they were working closely with six of them to bring more people to justice.

Opening the case against all the defendants, prosecutor Neil Usher said: “It is the Prosecution’s case that leading the chaotic life that she had for some time by the age of 15, she was vulnerable to being groomed and exploited by those who correctly perceived she would be easy to flatter and impress with free and plentiful drink, cannabis and just as importantly, a level of attention and affection that she craved and felt she had lacked in her difficult early life.

“She repeatedly and regularly returned to a number of older men all of whom sexually exploited her and some of whom physically abused her, despite her being advised and supported by health care and social workers.

“The risk-taking and potentially harming positions she regularly put herself in was an indication of the extent of her profound vulnerablily and emotional immaturity.”

In 2008 the girl was a troubled teenager who had been taken into care by Social Services at an early age following a chaotic upbringing by her drug addicted parents, he said.

She was later returned to her mother after a stint in foster care but began drinking alcohol, taking crack cocaine and sniffing lighter fluid from the ages of 11 and 12.

The girl had contact with a number of agencies including Pennine Care Foundation Trust’s Crisis Intervention Team which deals with sexual health and Early Break, an organisation which focuses on substance misuse problems.

The prosecutor said she would tell those agency support workers and her social workers from Rochdale Council about the lifestyle she was leading.

She would tell them that she regularly went to addresses with older men and engaged in sexual activity with them.

She claimed they would give her copious amounts of alcohol, sometimes drugs. and largely would have consensual sex with them.

The court heard that the girl realised herself just before her 16th birthday that her torrid lifestyle had to end and she later cut her ties with older men and enrolled at college.

PAKISTAN: Islamic Nation Can’t Protect Its Children From Sexual Assault And The Attackers Enjoy Impunity

This article from an Asian Human Rights monitor makes for some interesting reading. It focuses on sex attacks  against children in the Islamic Republic Of Pakistan. The worlds biggest exporter of sexual deviants, rapists and paedophiles. As well as  Jihadists, terrorists, Islamists and every other kind of extremist and uncivilized type of Muslim you can think of. Despite sending the real filth of their Islamic society around the world, to places like Bradford, Blackburn and Bolton. where they create their own enclaves and behave just like back home. Pakistani society just keeps getting even worse as the production line of Muslim mothers keep churning out another bad batch of inbred Muslims.

The human rights group highlights the excessive amounts of rapes against minors taking place in Pakistan and how religious leaders are citing Sharia Law to help them avoid prosecution instead of trying to stamp out the problem. This in a country where if a non-Muslim should be accused of saying something negative about Mohammed. There would be a mass mob of violent Muslims taking to the streets and baying for blood, often incited by the Islamic clerics. More than happy to kill over something as trivial as words.

Disturbingly in September this year alone there has been four separate rapes of children under 6 years old in Pakistan. Those same Muslim clerics who were demanding for the Blasphemers life and provoking the mob, do nothing about children so young being the victims of sick paedophiles. Some of the clerics have even suggested it’s happened because the child should have been covered with the burka to prevent being sexually attacked.

That last bit alone speaks volumes about the perverse mentality of Pakistani males if even looking at a child with no burka is enough to commit such disgusting sex attacks.


PAKISTAN: An Islamic country cannot protect its minors from sexual assault and the perpetrators enjoy impunity

Cases of sexual assault on minors have increased in the country during the recent months. During the month of September alone, a number of such cases were registered, however, there are many cases which were not reported because of the fear of a backlash from powerful persons and the police, also some of the cases are buried in the deep for the sake of the family’s honour.

One terrible and unique thing in the country is that women are not secure even in the hands of security providers like their parents, relatives, siblings, police, politicians and the military. Instead of justice they are threatened with death. The religious leaders, instead of fighting to eradicate such crimes against women are suggesting that even minor girls must wear veils in order to avoid sexual assaults.

Recently the assault of two minor girls was registered, one in Multan and other one in Lahore, Punjab province. A seminarian who teaches the Quran to children tried to molest a three-year-old girl; the cleric drugged the girl and took her to a nearby graveyard where he dug a hole for her. A grave digger saw the cleric taking his clothes off and when he approached he saw the child. The grave digger tried to grab the cleric and shouted for help. He later told the police that the cleric initially tried to undress but on seeing some other men approach, he left his clothes behind and fled. The girl was taken to Nishtar Hospital emergency where she was later said to be out of danger.

This case happened just a few days after a five-year-old girl was raped and dumped, unconscious, outside a hospital in Lahore. The girl was abducted and assaulted by “unknown accused” and following the attack she was thrown outside the Ganga Ram hospital. As usual the police are busy doing a traditional probe. This case was highlighted by the civil society and media who stood for justice for the little victim. After the passing of more than a month the police have failed to arrest the accused despite of the footage from several CCTV cameras at the hospital.

Another case was reported on September 17 in Daily “The News” that a minor girl aged six, the daughter of a poor bricklayer was kidnapped and sexually assaulted by a man who succeeded in fleeing the scene, leaving behind the unconscious minor. Yet another case concerning a minor happened in Kasur district of Punjab where a six-year-old girl was raped. The police are conducting an investigation but, as is usual they have yet to arrest anyone.

Apart from minors women remain vulnerable to abduction and sexual assault and the rapists find impunity through both common and Shariah laws. One such case was reported by the Asian Human Rights Commission regarding the gang rape of a Thari minority woman in Sindh Province who was raped in front of her family. In this case a political party leader has sided with the culprits. In another case a mother of three, Ms. Yasmin, was abducted by a gang and raped, also in Sindh province.

In Peshawar, KPK province two sisters were kidnapped and held captive in a house where they were repeatedly raped for five days in Hayatabad. Later they were thrown unconscious on the road side.

In another case a police officer (SI) with the help of his wife kidnapped an 18 year old woman and raped her and then declared her his second wife after having an illegal marriage. According to a report additional Sessions Judge ,Tariq Javed ordered the Sadr SHO to register a case against SI Khalid Mehmood Ghumman, currently posted at Satellite Town Police Station, and his wife Sakeena Bibi on abduction and rape charges.

Bushra Bibi, the mother of the girl, alleged that the accused couple came to her house on June 22 and took her 18-year-old daughter Sadia with them for shopping but she did not return. When she made inquiries the accused SI and his wife threatened to kill her, she added. Later, Bushra Bibi said that her daughter Sadia told her the accused policeman had raped her and prepared fake marriage documents. The accused policeman had contracted several marriages and was also involved in the murder of one of his wives. The police are investigating.

A girl was raped in Hafizabad by a man who called the girl to his house under the guise of offering her employment. However, after she entered the house of the accused he raped her and escaped from the place of the incident.

The above cases are merely an example of some of the reported cases and as mentioned above not all incidents of rape are investigated due to the embarrassment and trauma of the victims and their families. It is a shameful state of affairs where the rapists are not just common people but also members of the law enforcement agencies, parents, siblings, relatives, politicians as well as religious teachers.

Many cases were not registered because of the lack of justice and rule of law. Influential persons behind the cases allow them to fail. Law enforcement agencies give and take bribes and the victims do not get justice. As a result the offenders move about freely. The police traditional behaviour of showing no interest in these cases and security for the victims means that many women do not make reports out of fear. They are also afraid to report rape for fear of becoming victims of honour killings.

Pakistan has become an insecure state for women and girls. Our religious leaders also have a negative role in rape cases in that they believe women are responsible for the crime committed against them. Instead of criticizing and taking serious steps against the perpetrators they suggest parents to cover even their minor girls with veils. Their constant explanation for these crimes is the lack of dress codes. Shariah law is followed in these cases and the results of DNA tests are considered as secondary evidence.

The sudden increase of sexual assaults of minor girls is condemnable. It is shocking that a society that refers to itself as ‘Islamic’ has not developed any mechanism to control this heinous crime. It is becoming increasingly apparent that all the Islamic teachings have failed as the bigots and false teachers are more interested in furthering their own ends than protecting the society.

The unethical behaviour towards women is deeply ingrained in the male dominated soil of the country. According to the Constitution of Pakistan women will not be discriminated against on the basis of their sex but this is only a law restricted to the books. Due to the apathy of the government and law enforcement agencies a large number of women become victims of violence each day.

The so-called Islamic society is engulfed in its own contradiction in that Islam is supposed to provide protection to women, however, the very opposite is the case as it is the religious leaders that offer protection to the perpetrators by the application of Shariah laws and all the time, society remains silent.


Video: Tommy Robinson Interview About Muslim Immigration And Leaving EDL On RT TV

 Ex EDL leader Tommy Robinson tells it like it is on RT news today.

Further down the page you will find the videos and transcript of former EDL leader Tommy Robinson being interviewed on RT on 25th October 2013

Until now i purposely haven’t said anything about Tommy Robinson (Steven  Lennon)  parting ways with the English Defence League. I feel now this is the time to break the silence and comment on things after having time to assess things. 

When i first found out about it i was a little taken back. My initial thoughts was he was throwing the towel in and giving up the fight against political Islam. I was a little subdued at first thinking what will become of the EDL now. Despite all the unfair nazi racist labelling from the press and far left. They were the closest thing to a voice of the British people against Islam, willing to publicly try to get something done about the problem.

Since Woolwich people in general had began to take note a little. So my ultimate concern was if the EDL disappeared and it was left to the likes of the BNP, NF and real Nazi groups to do the campaigning against the Islamization of the UK. Then we are will end up going backwards and more than likely do far more damage than good to opposing the Islamists. For those groups ultimately it all boils down to race. They would be against Islam yes, but against Islam for all the wrong reasons. It would be because of the majority of Muslims skin colour not because of the religion and the evil it promotes. Making it a race issue does nobody any favours.

I personally know mixed race non-Muslims and an apostate of Asian descent who despite initial scepticism of the EDL, do actually think they have some very valid  concerns about Islam. Islamization of the UK affects them as much as anybody else. To stop the stealth jihad and prevent the Muslim takeover. We cannot afford to alienate anybody by making it a race issue. Every voice and bit of support will be crucial in the end. Its hard enough as it is to try to get people to listen with the communists and other far left traitors who are aiding and abetting the Islamists to destroy the very foundations of our nation as both have that same goal.

I’m  now of the opinion that Tommy leaving the EDL could actually be a good thing. In the couple of weeks since he has left he has done more TV and newspaper interviews where he is actually allowed to tell the truth about  Islam and taken serious without  being interrupted and shot down, than the last 4 years put together. He has taken the fight against political Islam mainstream. That can only be a good thing as the general public who are oblivious to what’s going on around them, may actually learn now. I have lost count how many comments on various newspaper articles people have turned around and said they had never heard him speak before. Or your average non political Brit saying that they was always under the impression from  the media in the past he was a just a racist thug/ Nazi / fascist . Yet now after hearing what he has had to say think he is talking sense and not the character the mainstream media had portrayed him as .

I can understand why the EDL members who have gone to demos up and down the UK may feel a bit let down by him leaving. Its only natural for them to be a bit gutted. I’m pretty sure the genuine EDL members will support him still and wish him the best. 99% of the EDL who attend demos are normal hard-working, non racist Brits who cause no trouble. The other 1% who are the ones on the fringes,who if you asked them what it was about Islam they were against would probably reply “coz i hate p**is”, or those who wanted to get pissed and fight police, gave Nazi salutes or just ballooned etc, they were like a ball and chain to Tommy in some respects.

Lets be honest that tiny 1% provided some cringe-worthy moments, they made me put my head in my hands so God knows  what they must have made Tommy feel being the public face of the group. Now i am not nor ever have been a member of the EDL, i have though defended them both on this blog and elsewhere, promoted their future events and supported them fully in their fight against political Islam. Which i will continue to do and support the EDL without a second thought, the same as i will support anybody else opposing Islam. 

Unfortunately the EDL are not given the same luxury as Muslims by the biased leftist press. Were constantly told terrorists,  Islamists, jihad supporters and Muslim grooming gangs are the minority and do not represent all Muslims. Like everything else in this country when it comes to non-Muslims, it’s the opposite way round and that minority 1% represent all the EDL. You can talk till your blue in the face telling people that’s not the case. It makes no difference. The Neil fella from the BBC who reckoned he got death threats is a prime example. Robinson is saying how Nazis weren’t welcome at EDL demos, Then bang up pops the pic of some dickhead sieg heiling from a demo a week earlier. Its debate killer, case closed now lets move on to the next question now everyone thinks you’re a Nazi. Doesn’t matter what you say now nobody will listen.

So the RT interview came as a breath of fresh air listening to Tommy being able to speak about Muslim problems without somebody butting in or talking over him before he has had chance to make his point. In fact most of the interviews and stuff in the papers since he left the EDL has been very encouraging. Debating and criticising Islam in public has been unheard of for a long time. Yet Tommy Robinson leaving the EDL has somewhat started the ball rolling in general as the topic moved on from his leaving the EDL to the evil of Islam in general.

Muslim apologists and dawah merchants like Fiyaz Mughal and Mehdi Hassan as well as certain members of the far left will not be liking this one bit,which makes it all the more amusing !

Part 1 of Tommy Robinson RT interview

Part 2 of Tommy Robinson RT interview

All credit to original video uploader

Full Transcript From RT.com:

Arab spring refugee tide has made the immigration issue yet more stretching for the European governments. In some towns the indigenous population is already in the minority. Can migrants overflow breed new fascism? Will Islam win politically? What has to happen to ensure peacefulness of the seemingly inevitable Europe ethnic makeover? Our guest today is Tommy Robinson, founder and former leader of the English Defence League (EDL) notoriously known for its anti-Islam stance.

RT: Our guest today is Tommy Robinson, who used to be the face and the leader of the English Defense League, street protest movement, known for its strong anti-Islam stance. Tony, it’s great to have you with us on this program today.

Now, your recent departure from the English Defense League surprised, if not shocked both your supporters and opponents. Looking back – are you proud of the EDL leadership or disillusioned with it?

Tommy Robinson: I am proud of forming the English Defense League, completely. For too many years in this country working-class people have been ignored and no one has been listening to their voice, and within four years we grew up so much that people around the world heard what we were saying, they’ve heard how we feel, how we are living down at the bottom. There’s a massive gap between how the people are living and what the politicians there speak about.None of the politicians, our political elected leaders, will dare to criticize and say the things that need to be said, so we formed this organization, it was created for the right reasons, it was born out of passion in defense of our armed forces, and with progress we’ve brought in many. If you look back at older things being highlighted, be that Muslim pedophile grooming gangs, which are now being tackled and smashed one end of the country to the other. They were ignored, accommodated and facilitated in a conspiracy of silence from religious leaders to police leaders, political leaders for 20 years. Only now they are being tackled. Many issues, whether it be FGN … in each topic we’ve brought to the forefront, which has been affecting us and our communities, we have been proven right and correct. We’ve created a platform and a voice and by leaving, I’ve made the decision of really, how we get to our end goal which is that we don’t want conflict in this country, but we’re heading there. It’s terrifying to think of what’s next 20-30 years may hold for the next generation of youth in our country, with completely polarized communities, and complete non integration, and complete segregation. Now when by leaving, I want to work out a way that if we can solve that, we’ve made a noise about that and what’s we’ve being doing for years.

RTSo, are you going to attend future EDL marches?

TR: I will not be attending future EDL marches, no. If I thought that was a right way to continue going on, I would still be a leader of EDL.

RTHere’s what we have right now. Many in EDL think you’re a coward and a traitor, and you appear no closer to those who you have long opposed – so you’re threatened from both sides, which way will you go next? Are you going to maybe, get to know the Muslim community better?

TR: What I want to do is to take an opportunity to take this mainstream. Basically, what we’ve been saying was criticized, or ignored and pushed to the margin because of far-right extremist tag they managed to give us, and due to minority of elements that come to our demonstrations. These matters are too serious to be dismissed, so what I want to do is put them in the mainstream, and make the people to listen to what we’re saying rather than ignore it and dismiss it, and I think we’re already getting there. Since leaving the EDL I believe people are listening now to what we’re saying rather that dismissing us after two minutes of hearing of what we’re saying, just saying “Oh, they are racist” or “They are far-right” or “They are hooligans”, which is what they’ve managed to staple many members of our organization with, which is not a true reflection of the people within the movement. We have our problems, we didn’t plan this we – we started our movement that went so big so quick, we’ve learned along the way, we’ve made mistakes along the way. But what we want to do now is to find a best way to use it. And yes, we have to work with reformist and true moderate Muslims in this country, but what we’re seeing in this country, is that our government seems to be swayed by Saudi petrol money, we see the representatives that we see on TV representing the Muslim community are usually extreme or have links to Muslim Brotherhood’s Islamist organizations – which we don’t want, I believe there’s many Muslims in this country that don’t want that either. And we want to bridge the gap now and have a united front against extremism.

RTI see a little bruise on your nose – has it to do anything with you leaving the EDL?

TR: I’ve always got a bruise on my nose. Over the last 4 1/2 years, every time I’ve come out of my house, I got into a confrontation. I live in Luton, it’s been named as a heartland of the Islamic boom, in Europe, actually. It’s where the 7/7 suicide bombers left from, it’s the fertilizer bomb plot, the Stockholm bomber – they’ve all been radicalized in my hometown. So yes, I have been attacked since leaving the EDL.

RTBut who attacked you mostly?

TR: It was hostile Muslim youth. The problem that I want to highlight is the Islamism ideology. But at the same time as having an Islamism ideology; we have a very hostile attitude by general Muslim youth against non-Muslims. It’s breeding the hostilities, we have to get to bottom of that, of why do we have that in our country, and it’s causing many problems up and down in our country and in many communities, which is why this resentment is going on. Of course, I have been threatened by the people from genuine far-right. What we’re doing in this country is that we’re calling “far-right” anyone who is critical of Islam, which is dangerous, we shouldn’t be doing that, because there are genuine fears and concerns… There is a legitimate far-right that represents 5% of the threat to this country, but the 95% of the threat to this country is from Islamist terrorist ideology. Now, the genuine far-right are outraged with me, they were outraged with me for last 4 and a half years, they’ve been on the fringes of the EDL, trying to hijack it, trying to get there, sway it and direct it in the way that they want to go, which is not that I wanted to do from day one. I believe in the all-inclusive society, they haven’t been happy with that, they hate me, I had been attacked by the far-right for 4 1/2 years, they believe I am a race traitor, and as you just said now people say I am a coward or a traitor. So, I’m going to move forward in attacking and defeating the Islamist ideology in this country. I’m not a coward – the decision that we made was the hardest decision, what would have been more coward is just to leave – at which my family would have been happier. By doing the move we made, we send a strong message of what we see is the way forward in uniting communities to tackle the extremist elements within all communities.

RTYour stance on Muslim ideologies has softened somewhat, from what I understand. What do you think of it, what do you make of Islam?

TR: Actually, my stance hasn’t dampened or softened at all – if people listen to what I say. What I’ve been saying for 4 1/2 years, which may have been distorted or lost in the translation, due to actions at demonstrations – is what I am saying now. It is a fact that I don’t hate Muslims, I believe Muslims are the first victims of the Islamist ideology; they’re also victims of terrorism. There’s a big struggle going on, not just in this country, it’s going on across Europe, it’s going on across world – between decent modern Muslims and Salafist, Wahhabi extremist sects of Islam. And it’s a struggle that I believe the moderates may lose, as they lost in many countries. Then we’ve seen uprising in the Egypt and in certain places about now. To succeed in this country we have to support and stand with the Muslims that wish to take on this extremist ideology and political Islam – which is what we’ve done by making this move. So my stance is the same, my stance is that there are great Muslims but there is serious problem embedded within their ideology, which is being used and is being manipulated with Saudi money and we shouldn’t shy away from tackling this issues and we’ve got no politicians brave enough to criticize or even point out the problem. No one can even identify the problem, if you can’t identify it – you’re not going to solve it. But keep hiding and telling everyone that we are a multi-cultural love nest and everything is great just adds to the problem.

RT: I always wanted to ask you – have you read the Quran yourself?

TR: I’ve read the Quran, yes. I was quite surprised with many of the things I found there. For example, many times it says, “You can take non-Muslims as sexual slaves.” With the Muslim grooming pedophile rings in this country, we have Muslim men taking non-Muslim women as sexual slaves… Maybe it’s got nothing to do with that scripture, but maybe it’s being manipulated in a way to justify these men carrying on. So, there are many things that alarmed me. Obviously it’s all down to interpretation, because there are many other Muslims in this country who follow the same Quran, and who don’t want to chop people’s heads off, to murder and kill.

RTIt has to be interpretation, because, you know, what took place during the Crusades in the Middle Ages wasn’t propagated in the Bible either, so it has to be the question of interpreting things the right way. But, anyways, both anti- and pro-Muslim movements are adding to the problem no one is solving, right? So what is the problem, do you have the solution?

TR: Do I have a solution? If someone wants to be an Islamist in this country we need to make it really difficult for them, we don’t need to be setting and legitimizing a hundred Shariah law courts in this country, we need to take tough stance against all of it. Right now, we have immigrants coming to this country and we don’t know if Samantha Lewthwaite walked into this country. Mosques are not regulated or moderated in any way in this country, so every time we see an undercover documentary in this country, every single time, I think last week we heard18 out of 56 mosques agreed to marry children – Muslim, young, 14-year old girls , to men. So every time we see it, we see hatred, we see homophobia, we see all these problems, and no one’s got the solution to even tackling the problems, and no one even wants to hold them or try to stop them. They just want to keep building, allowing Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Iran to fund millions and millions of pounds worth of building of mosques in this country, where then they have madrasahs, with hundreds of thousands of 4 to 16-year-old children being schooled in these madrasahs, which is encouraging complete non-integration with the society – it’s not going to work. So, at least to tackle to problem, we have to establish how we can attempt to stop it, and that’s by halting the influx of foreign money coming into this country to build religious institutions…

RTI am going to ask you to be more precise, and I’ll tell you why – because in other European countries, for instance, in France, it’s not just the case of mosques being monitored, but women aren’t being allowed to wear headscarves in the universities. So, are you just against the extreme forms of Islam or – and – would you be happy to see British Muslims assimilated, be more British?

TR: Yes, that’s what we want, that’s our goal. We want integration, and we haven’t got it, so we have to find how to get and to bring it about. When you say about women not being allowed to wear headscarves in France – I think that’s completely wrong. I have no problem with the hijab. I do have a problem with the burka, I believe that in certain institutions – in schools, in banks, in places like this – where there is a security threat – they should be banned. When you say “in France,” I believe that it’s in schools that they have no religious wear… I don’t believe that 6 and 7 year old children should be wearing hijabs, but if that’s an old lady that wishes to wear it – then so be it. No one in this country actually cares if the Muslims want to practice their own religion in their own faith, in their own way – it’s when it starts dominating us and threatens our culture and our belief, and we have the Shariah laws when people are violently forced it, and this indoctrination of young people to hate Britain – which is what we see.

RTThe EDL is labeled as a neo-Nazi movement. Could the way the organization operates right now be fueling new Anders Breviks?

TR: The EDL is not actually labeled as a neo-Nazi organization. The media and far-left organizations may wish to do that. The police have an extremism unit which classifies organizations: far-right, far-left…We have National Front as extreme far right, the British National Party as far right, and the EDL is in the middle. So it’s not a Nazi organization. Yes, it had its problems where we’ve fought from within to keep Nazis out of the organization. Britain doesn’t really have the same problems across Europe with neo-Nazis being as powerful and strong as they are in other countries, and we’re blessed for that really, but we do have a growing problem which will grow with the Islamist threat, because when we take away any platform for a healthy debate by labeling anyone who says anything as far-right, we actually drive and push people to the far right; What we’re hoping to do is to open up a healthy platform, and when you talk about Anders Breivik, if you take his manifesto, I think it’s page 1,683, he described the EDL as naive fools, he said the two ideologies can never be reconciled, and we believe democracy can solve the problem, and we also welcome people from Africa and different continents, to be leaders of the organization which he was completely opposed to – so really trying to link it with Anders Breivik is really kind of petty, it’s miles apart.

RTI’m not trying to equate it to Anders Breivik, I’m just saying – do you think a movement such as EDL could breed someone like him? I am not saying it’s a fascist movement, but it has been labeled by many as far right.

TR: What bred Anders Breivik was a silence from anyone to tackle the issue. He said that. He actually blamed the media for the reasoning why he did it. Now if I continue down the path, yeah then we will create monsters in this country as well as in Europe, monsters like Breivik, whom when they see no way out, no one talking about these issues, no light at the end of the tunnel in solving these problems and everyone being criticized and called a racist and being beaten down with this big racist stick, for even talking about them then you’ll drive that way of thinking underground and it will become more resentment, more anger, and it will be a worrying trend in the near future with genuine threats from the far right.

RTSo what you’re saying is that Breivik is actually bred by government’s ignorance to attend to immigration issues – are you and your calls being heard by the ruling elite?

TR: What l’m saying is what he said, not what I’m saying, his reasoning for doing that. What was thing final question there, sorry I missed that…

RTAre your calls being heard by the ruling elite?

TR: We hope they will, by the government, not the present one… We’ve been hoping for the past 4 1/2 years that by getting out on the street we sort of label it as a cry for help so that people listen to how we’re living. The government is not living in towns and cities like Luton where we come from, they’re miles apart, and they’re so out of touch with what it’s like. I don’t think anyone’s got their finger on the pulse of the amount of resentment and anger. When I look around my country, and see what’s happening to it, it hurts, it can get me emotional, when I see what’s becoming of our great country, and we don’t want that, I don’t want that and as a father, as every father in this country should have a duty to hand down a safe and prosperous Britain to the next generation and we’re failing miserably in that duty, unlike what our forefathers died and sacrificed themselves for, we are failing due to this era that’s been created of political correctness and sensitivity, where people are too scared to even speak about these issues, and what we’re hoping to do is create a platform to give an opportunity for people from those working-class communities to bring these problems to the forefront with the government, from members of all different parties and have dialogue with all of them, we’ve been hoping for 4 and a half years when I’ve been leading the English Defense League that we would open dialogue with the main political parties and that hasn’t come about, and this is now a change of tactics. What we see as the right way forward for all communities in the country because we don’t want conflict, and inevitably with the way things are going they are heading towards conflict and everything we want to do is to avoid that, but to avoid it we need to really get to deep root cause of the problems and at least be able to discuss them and work out solutions to them and not just burry them under the carpet, and keep hoping they’ll go away as they won’t. As demographics in this country are increasing, the Islamic community’s increasing, within that community the problems are increasing, the resentment from the non-Muslim community is increasing, it’s not heading down a good path.

RTIn your hometown, Luton, white Britons are actually an ethnic minority. Could that be soon the same for Europe as a whole?

TR: It will be the same, it’s not it could be, it will be. Demographics, statistics, this is not scaremongering, this is facts. On average in Britain, the Muslim community has 5.6 children, the non-Muslims are having 1.3. Now that wouldn’t really be a problem if we didn’t have a problem with all these problems associated with it. Now in Luton white Britons are an ethnic minority, now that doesn’t actually bother me, in the home town I’ve grown up – in that it’s a multi-cultural town, and i believe I’ve benefited from that. But there’s a culture… with the Islamic community when we see the growth of Islam within that culture we see the negative things that come with it, and it’s changing the whole area, the rules, the law, the food, and a lot of things are changing – they are so different and these are the issue that need to be expressed. A lot of people are fearful, you see, the matter that you are talking about, a lot of people are worried, and we would be worried if when we looked to Islamic leaders, such as when we saw a different Islamic leader, the Iranian president, saying Islam will conquer Europe through the woman’s womb. These are not things that we are saying. You can go online and listen to even Shahid Malik in this country who was the second in charge of Gordon Brown. In a speech he said: “In 2001 we had one Muslim MP, in 2002 we had two, in 2005, we had six Muslim MPs, in 2010, we had 10,” and he says that within 20 years, every MP in this country will be Muslim. And in between saying each of these things, he says “Inshallah” which is “Allah is willing,” so what he’s saying is that Allah is will to take over our parliament, our government, and then he says within 30 years, “the prime minister of our country will share our faith.” Now that’s not what we’re saying, it’s what they are saying.

Now should we be fearful of that? We don’t vote based on religion. Religion and politics need to be kept completely separated. But with the Islamic community that’s not what’s happening. So what we will see is people voting purely because he’s a Muslim, and that’s what Shahid Malik is telling us. We can look to any country in Europe and we can find Muslim leaders and community leaders saying these sort of things and if Muslim leaders spend 95 percent of time attacking people and criticizing Islam, while if they spent 95 percent of their time attacking the problems within their ideology and within their communities, they’d be no need for people like ourselves or organizations like I’ve formed, so I think there needs to be a revolution with Muslims within Europe, to see the road we’re going down is not a pretty one, and if they want freedom, democracy, liberty, all these great things that they come to the western world for, then they need to stand up.

RT: Do you think a European country at any time in the future could actually elect a Muslim president?

TR: Yes, of course it will. It’s not “if.” What we’ve seen in Belgium recently is we’ve seen the creation of a Shariah party, an extreme Islamist section similar to what we have in this country with Anjem Choudary, we’ve seen them form a political party and they’ve been voted in by Muslims, so in a way certain sections of the Islamic community will wish to use our democracy to end our democracy, because we’ve seen undercover documentaries in Tower Hamlets, which had been called the Islamic Borough of Tower Hamlets, where the Mayor, Luftur Rahman, was kicked out of the Labour Party for his extremist ties and links, his spiritual leader describes all non-Muslims as filthy cattle, so he’s an extremist with all these links to IFE, all these organizations that wish to get a caliphate state, and the introduction of Shariah law in Britain – he’s the mayor in charge of a billion pound budget, because he’s been elected to that position. Then as soon as he got into that position he started drawing the funding away from any moderate Muslim organizations, any real moderates which are in uproar and they are upset by what’s going on there. But the money, taxpayers money has been directed towards Islamist groups, to madrasas, and that needs to be seen as a blueprint for towns and cities across this country and Europe, so when we look to what’s going on… if you look to Hizb ut-Tahrir which is a political organization, they had a conference in 2007, they had 10,000 people at their conference, out of a population that’s just 3 percent of the country, now the Labour Party, they couldn’t even get 10,000 people.

So when it comes to politics and the political sway within the Islamic community – yes, it’s worrying. Hizb ut-Tahrir by the way is an extremist organization and is banned in many European countries, but are given the free rein in our country,

RTMany critics, just like you, say that Europe is changing greatly because of immigration, and they believe that culture, lifestyle, general behavior is changing around the major cities in Europe. So, you don’t believe there could be peaceful makeover of Europe?

TR: There could be a peaceful makeover if we tackle it now. If we leave it – I know at present in this country 5 percent of the population are Muslim – if we wait until there’s 20-25 percent, and then start to tackle these hardcore issues of outlawing Shariah laws, banning the burka, all these sort of issues that need addressing – we won’t be able to. So, we need to get to grips with it now, we need to remove Islamist voices from communities, we need to stop empowering them by supporting them and working with them at government levels and local council levels, and we need to empower – there’s many Muslim voices in this country that are opposed to all the things | am opposed to – we need to empower them, we need to call on Muslims to stand up, because if they wish to live in Britain and we wish to have a harmonious society and a cohesive society, we need to change the direction we’re going down and obviously to bring about change is to get people’s feeling hurt and while where we are at the minute, it’s not a time for tip-toeing around people’s feet, it’s a time for standing on their feet and saying these are the hardcore issues that we have to solve if we wish to avoid massive civil disorder or big problems in the future, and that’s where I’m trying to get to now to solve these problems. Do I believe they can be solved? I hope so, you know what I mean.

RTThe other side of this story and the major concern of this other side is, of course, the return of fascism, but this time with Muslims as a target, and I’m not talking about Britain in particular, but in Europe.

TR: If you look across Europe, what you see is that the fastest-growing political parties are the anti-Islamist political parties. Now, why, why is that? It’s because everyone in all these countries feels the same, we feel like we haven’t been asked anything, we feel like we are being treated like second-class citizens. There’s a two-tier system going on across the board. You see Marine le Pen predicted to be the next leader in France. It’s across the country and that’s because there’s a problem. So unless they tackle that problem, people will be pushed further and further to that way of thinking. And in Europe, what surprised me is that when i formed the English defense league, and started talking to other groups and looking into what was happening, I was appalled and disgraced, and shocked at all what was happening in Sweden, in Malmo, in all the different cities in France. I was shocked to see when I opened my eyes to the problems that occurred. What we have to ask ourselves is – we’ve had immigration into Britain, we’ve had Sikh community, the Hindi community, the West Indian community, the Irish community, but we haven’t had the same problems and the same issues. So, the issues are coming from the Islamist ideology which is being allowed to flourish and spread across Europe unchallenged. It’s not just being allowed; it’s being facilitated and supported by a hard-left, far-left agenda. Many of this far-left communist or Marxist organizations, which are very prominent in Europe as well, are siding with the Islamists, because they hate democracy, they hate the rule of law, they see it as the biggest way to bring down all the things that we cherish, our freedoms that we enjoy. There’s a very loose coalition from organizations that you won’t think of without a coalition across Europe, and what is adding to is divisive to the far-right politics.

RTThank you so much for this interview. Our guest today was Tommy Robinson, the founder and the former leader of the English Defense League. See you in the next edition of Sophie & Co.

3 Muslims On Trial In Newcastle For Child Rape

Three Islamic nonces are back on trial for the rape of two 14 year old girls at a house in South Shields. The Bangladeshi Muslims were originally on trial in July but the case was halted and the jury dismissed for ‘legal reasons’.

Looking at the recent picture below from Ferdoush Hasan’s Facebook profile (<–linked just incase 😉 ) shows the 3 sex fiends looking like they dont have a care in the world. Not least a serious crown court trial for raping 2 schoolgirls hanging over them.

dirty muslimchild  rapists from southshields

They certainly seem a little touchy feely with each other in the picture. I get the impression when they aren’t getting their sexual kicks from raping schoolgirls they will be getting them from each other. Infact i am almost certain given the comment a fellow Muslim also living in South Sheilds and possibly another housemate left on one of Ferdoush Hasan pictures. 

Nahiyan Eusofzai : wise says people r seen by their eyes.ur eyes r the gorgeous eyes i have ever seen.masha Allah

Hopefully they will not be ‘gorgeous’ eyes for long, with a bit of luck another inmate will gouge them out in prison because he is a vile dirty child rapist!

College student ‘raped schoolgirl days before he was part of gang who held down another girl and subjected her to sex attack’

  • Three men, Abu Sufian, Raabsan Khan and Ferdoush Hasan, deny rape
  • The alleged victim says she was held down at the house they shared
  • Prosecutor said the girl was ‘taken advantage of’


PUBLISHED: 17:34, 9 September 2013 | UPDATED: 19:14, 9 September 2013


Ferdoush Hasan, 22, is accused of raping the 14-year-old in February, as well as a second chargeFerdoush Hasan, 22, is accused of raping the 14-year-old in February, as well as a second charge


Two schoolgirls were raped at a house where vulnerable youngsters were taken advantage of by older men, a court heard.

A 14-year-old victim was held down by Abu Sufian, 21, and Raabsan Khan, 19, while Ferdoush Hasan, 22, raped her last February, it is claimed.

Newcastle Crown Court heard the sex attack was just days after another girl, who was also 14, was raped by Hasan alone.

All three men, from South Shields, deny a joint charge of rape. Hasan denies a second, solo, charge.

Prosecutor Anne Richardson told the court the attacks happened at a house where the trio, who were all students at South Tyneside College, were living.

Miss Richardson told jurors: ‘The crown’s case is these defendants took advantage of young girls who were vulnerable, who were drinking alcohol and smoking although underage and who came to the defendants’ house in order to have somewhere to do both of those things.

‘No doubt you will take a fairly dim view of that and wonder what on earth young girls like this are doing in a house with men older than them, who speak little English and they had no friendly relations.

‘The crown’s case is precisely because these girls were vulnerable and somewhat foolish and naive, the defendants felt they could act in the way the crown alleges.

‘Basically, these girls could be used for sex and either they would not say anything for fear of getting into trouble or if they did say anything, the circumstances and background and how they came to be in the house would mean nobody would believe them.’

The court heard the first attack was in early February last year when the alleged victim turned up at the house with friends after drinking a half litre of vodka.

Abu Sufian allegedly held the 14-year-old down
The 14-year-old victim was held down by Raabsan Khan, 19, it is claimed

14-year-old victim was held down by Abu Sufian , 21, and Raabsan Khan, 19, it is claimed


The girl told police ‘all of the males were dark skinned, just lying on the beds in that room’.

It is claimed Hasan led the girl to a room in a different part of the house from where everyone had gathered and raped her.

Miss Richardson told the court: ‘She was trying to push him off to no avail as her arms were pinned down by his hands.’

The second alleged victim had also gone to the house with friends.

Prosecutor Anne Richardson told Newcastle Crown Court the attacks happened at a house where the trio were livingProsecutor Anne Richardson told Newcastle Crown Court the attacks happened at a house where the trio were living

Miss Richardson said: ‘Effectively it was just somewhere to sit when it was cold.’It is claimed the girl, who refused the men’s offer of alcohol but was smoking cigarettes, ended up left alone with the trio during the visit.

Miss Richardson said: ‘Two of them grabbed hold of her arms, one on either side, and held her down.’

All three men deny the claims against them.

The trial continues.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2416110/College-student-raped-schoolgirl-days-gang-held-girl-subjected-sex-attack.html#ixzz2eVin0uFQ

Muslim Receptionist Jailed After Getting Victims Details And Interfering In Grooming Trial

The full details are now emerging regarding Mohammed Imran Amjad and his Brierfield Muslim grooming gang. Sex predator Amjad and 5 of his Muslim buddy’s first appeared in court for trial just after the Rochdale case had just finished at Burnley. The grooming gang had been charged with rape and exploitation of a girl aged 13 at the time. A couple of days in the judge dismissed the jury and ordered trial at a later date with Manchester the new location.

Fast forward 9 months to trial. The girl changes her story suddenly. Amjad goes guilty to lesser charge of consensual sex with a minor  All the other rape and sexual charges against him and the gang are dropped with his mates getting acquitted. Then it came out that the girl had been bullied into changing her story by the Muslim sex fiends allowing them to get off with it.

The latest information to come to light is that Mohammed Imran Amjad girlfriend used her position working for the social services to get information about the victim and her family and passed it onto the groomers. For some reason until now it has all been kept hush-hush that she has been sentenced to 8 months in prison for doing so.

Seems to of worked out quite favourably for the sex ring and associates as the sentences they have received between them are far less than if those who were acquitted had been fund guilty and jailed also. 

Lancashire Council receptionist jailed after attempting to derail grooming trial

30 August 2013 Last updated at 20:55

Mohammed Imran Amjad ‘s girlfriend accessed a database 60 times A woman who worked in social services has been jailed for attempting to derail a grooming trial. Receptionist Mahdiya Khan accessed a computer database 60 times to get details of a child sex victim. She was jailed for eight months, but details have only just emerged. Three men have also been found guilty of interfering in the case.

Mohammed Imran Amjad, 26, was earlier jailed for four years and three months after he admitted abusing a child. Five others were cleared of rape, sexual assault and child abduction at Burnley Crown Court in April. Suspended and dismissed Detectives realised Amjad’s girlfriend, Mahdiya Khan, had tried to undermine the case. She was a receptionist working for Lancashire County Council social services in Burnley. They found she accessed a confidential database 60 times over 15 days to find details of the witness and her family. The county council said she was immediately suspended and dismissed. A spokesman said: “When this security breach came to light, the advice from our data protection team was that no further practical steps could have been taken to prevent it from having occurred.”

Three other people connected to Amjad had also attempted to interfere with the case. His cousin Waqas Khalid threatened to rape the victim and her mother. His friend Qasim Hussain persuaded her to change her statement. His brother, Furqan Amjad, contacted the victim 350 times. Furqan Amjad was jailed for 15 months. Khalid was fined £300 and Hussain will be sentenced next week.


via BBC News – Lancashire Council receptionist jailed after attempting to derail grooming trial.

Rape Jihad In Coventry : 10 Man Grooming Gang Busted By Police

Here we go again….rape jihad in Coventry as police smash a 10 man grooming gang in the Midlands. The sex ring have been charged with a catalogue of sexual offences including rape, exploitation, child trafficking and sexual assault against 5 vulnerable teenage schoolgirls. Apart from one of the gang called Ricardo, the rest have very Islamic sounding names…surprise surprise

See the true scale of the paedo Muslim rape jihad against British children here on Kafir Crusaders Muslim Grooming / Paedo Map

10 men accused of exploiting girls

A group of men accused of sexually exploiting teenage girls have been charged with a range of offences including rape, sexual assault and trafficking.

Published: Fri, August 2, 2013

Police-said-10-men-were-charged-following-an-inquiry-into-the-alleged-abuse-of-girls-in-CoventryPolice said 10 men were charged following an inquiry into the alleged abuse of girls in Coventry

West Midlands Police said 10 suspects aged between 19 and 30 were charged following an inquiry into the alleged abuse of girls at various locations across Coventry.

The charges relate to the alleged exploitation of five teenagers between May and September last year.

Brothers Gulfraz Banaris, 20, Ifaraz Banaris, 25, from Deedmore Road, Wood End, Coventry, and Izthkhab Banaris, 24, from Eld Road, Coventry, are charged with conspiracy to traffic girls across the city for the purposes of sexual exploitation. Gulfraz and Izthkhab are also both accused of a rape.

A police spokesman said all three men appeared before magistrates in Coventry on Thursday and were remanded in custody to face Coventry Crown Court on November 7.

Brothers Isa Iqbal, 21, Ismail Iqbal, 20, both of no fixed address and cousins of the Banaris brothers, also face trafficking counts and are due to reappear in court in November.

Meanwhile, five other men are due to appear in court in Coventry on Friday in connection with the inquiry.

Ricardo Hinkson, 23, from Telfer Road, Radford, Coventry, has been charged with conspiracy to traffic within the UK for the purposes of sexual exploitation. Amir Mahmood, 27, a sign writer from Blackwell Road, Foleshill, Coventry, and milkman Tasveer Hussain, 30, of Canal Road, Foleshill, are also accused of the same offence.

Mechanic Saleem Hussain, 30, from Beake Avenue, Coventry, has been charged with sexual assault, and Khezer Hussain, 25, from Bordesley Green East, Stechford, Birmingham, faces an accusation of rape.

The police spokesman added: “The five alleged victims remain safeguarded and continue to be supported by specially-trained officers from the West Midlands Police’s Public Protection Unit along with partnership agencies including Coventry City Council Children’s Services.”

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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Police Have 15 Ongoing Investigations Into Children At Risk Of Sexual Exploitation In Barnsley

Police in South Yorkshire currently have 15 ongoing investigations  into children at risk of sexual exploitation in Barnsley.This is following high profile court cases involving Muslim grooming gangs targeting predominately white schoolgirls for sex in  Rotherham, Rochdale and Oxford

Det Ch Insp Mark Wilkie said:

“The general view with regards to Barnsley is we do not have the same issue with this as other areas in South Yorkshire. “We don’t have a massive problem with it, however one of the things we have to be careful with is that while there may not be a visible problem, we cannot take our eyes off the ball and have to look a little deeper.”

I dread to think the scale of the problem and how much is being hushed up still by authorities in the rest of the South Yorkshire area if the police considers the 15 investigations not such a big issue compared to other local towns. 

Police investigate child sexual exploitation cases



There are 15 ongoing investigations into children at risk of sexual exploitation in Barnsley, the Chronicle has learned.

Det Ch Insp Mark Wilkie said the issue of child sexual exploitation came to the fore with cases in Rotherham, Rochdale and Oxford where gangs had groomed young girls for sex.

He said: “The general view with regards to Barnsley is we do not have the same issue with this as other areas in South Yorkshire. “We don’t have a massive problem with it, however one of the things we have to be careful with is that while there may not be a visible problem, we cannot take our eyes off the ball and have to look a little deeper.”

Child sexual exploitation is a form of abuse where young people are forced or manipulated into sexual activity.

The police say offenders may sometimes get the young person to engage in sexual activity by giving them attention, treats, alcohol, drugs or a place to stay.

In some cases they may even manipulate the young person into believing they are in a consensual relationship and that they love them.

It is a problem that is high on the agenda for the Barnsley force, says DCI Wilkie.

“In Barnsley we have now got a specific detective who looks at child sexual exploitation as a full time job and that role has come from funding from (Police and Crime )Commissioner Shaun Wright’s budget,” he said.

“It is a crime that ruins lives and we’re talking about vulnerable people here. It is usually young girls who are vulnerable to this, who find themselves in situations not of their choosing.

“They get sucked into a lifestyle that does them no good and our job is to spot the early signs of this and make interventions and focus on would-be offenders.”

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