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More Muslim Groomers From Rotherham In Court

More Muslim child abusers in court on CSE charges for deviant activities in the Rotherham area which is a notorious Muslim grooming gang hotspot.

Once again the Islamic sexual predators are back roaming the same streets they targeted British schoolgirls  on after being given bail until their next court appearance.


Three men in court over Rotherham child sex abuse
21 June 2017

Three men have appeared in court as part of an investigation into the sexual abuse of children in Rotherham.
Asghar Bostan, 47, of East Bawtry Road, Rotherham, is accused of raping a female.
Mohammed Yasin, 36, of Lilycroft Road, Bradford, and Qaiser Iqbal, 35, of Bingley Road, Bradford, are charged with two other offences.
The crimes are alleged to have taken place in the town between 2003 and 2006.

All three were released on bail at a hearing at Sheffield Magistrates Court. They are due to appear before Sheffield Crown Court on 19 July.
Mr Yasin and Mr Iqbal both face charges of taking a child away from a responsible person and intentionally arranging or facilitating the travel of a female for the purposes of sexual abuse.
The men have been charged as part of the National Crime Agency’s Operation Stovewood investigation.
To date, a total of 15 men have been arrested and seven charged as part of the inquiry.
It was launched following the release of the Jay report in August 2014, which revealed more than 1,400 children were the victims of abuse in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.


Muslim Grooming Gang From East Lancashire On Trial

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The Islamic enclaves of East Lancashire is the latest area to be infected by the rape jihad cancer that is rapidly spreading throughout the UK. Where a Muslim grooming gang are currently on trial at Burnley Crown Court for the systematic rape and sexual exploitation of a school girl.

The victims ordeal lasted a number of years as the Muslim sexual predators passed her around and raped her at will. As a result of the abuse the female made several attempts to take her own life.

  • Abbas Khan, 59, of Hubie Street, denies six rapes and 10 indecent assaults
  •  Ijaz Khan, 47, Casterton Avenue, both Burnley, denies one rape and eight indecent assaults
  • Javid Raza, 59, of Crosshill Road, Blackburn, denies six indecent assaults.
  • Amir Amin, 36, from Manchester, denies one count of rape
  • Nadeem Arif, of St James Court, Blackburn, denies one rape.
  • Mohammed Rafique, of Moss Avenue, Rochdale, denies rape and indecent assault.
  • 1 Un-named Person deemed unfit through ill-health to stand trial

Reports of the ongoing Muslim grooming gang trial are currently confined to the local press with little mainstream media interest in exposing these vile Islamic rape jihadists.

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Huge Grooming Gang Busted In Yorkshire

Police in West Yorkshire have busted a huge grooming gang operating in the Huddersfield area. A staggering 27 sexual deviants have been charged and are due before Kirklees Magistrates Court on April 12th. 

Naturally it will come as no surprise that the majority of the nonces charged are Muslims.

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Irfan Ahmed, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with six counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, sexual touching, taking indecent images of a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Asif Bashir, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with four counts of rape and attempted rape.

Zahid Hassan,28, of Huddersfield, is charged with five counts of trafficking a child within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, eight of rape, racially aggravated assault, two of supply of Class A drugs, inciting a child into sexual activity, two of child abduction and attempted rape.

Manzoor Hassan, 37, of Huddersfield, is charged with supply of noxious substance with intent to injure, annoy or aggrieve female, two of supply of Class A drugs and inciting a child into prostitution.

Amere Singh Dhaliwal,34, of Huddersfield, is charged with 21 counts of rape, four counts of supply of Class A drugs, supply of Class B drugs, supply of controlled substances with intention to engage in sexual activity, 14 counts of trafficking a female in the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, five counts of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, three counts of sexual assault by penetration, three of sexual touching, three more of possession of indecent images of a child, racially aggravated assault and inciting a child into prostitution

Mohammed Kammer, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Mohammed Rizwan Aslam,29, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape.

Abdul Rehman Hanif,2 9, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape, supply of Class A drugs, two of supply of Class B drugs, supply of controlled substance with intent to engage in sexual activity, sexual touching and trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammed Asaf Akram, 31, of Huddersfield, is charged with seven counts of rape, three of trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, child abduction, supply of Class B drugs, sexual touching and threats to kill.

Raj Singh Barsran, 33, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching and rape.

Mansoor Akhtar, 25, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape, attempted rape and two of trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Niaz Ahmed, 53, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of inciting a child into sexual activity and sexual touching.

Mohammad Nahman, 31, of Huddersfield, is charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, sexual touching, and two counts of rape.

Hamzha Ali Saleem, 37, of Manchester, is charged with three counts of trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Waqas Mahmood, 36, of Huddersfield, is charged with 3 counts of rape.

Naveeda Habib, 38, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Shahnaz Akhtar Malik, 55, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of child neglect.

Nasarat Hussain,28, of Huddersfield, is charged with three counts of rape, attempted rape and inciting a female to engage in sexual activity.

Sajid Hussain,32, of Huddersfield, is charged with facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child, three counts of rape and inciting a child into sexual activity.

Zulwarnain Dogar,29, of Huddersfield, is charged with sexual touching and trafficking a female within UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Mohammad Ifraz, 28, of Huddersfield, is charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation (x3), rape, false imprisonment, child abduction, taking indecent images of a child and inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.

Faisal Nadeem, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with supply of Class A drugs, rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Mohammad Azeem, 31, of Bradford, is charged with three counts of rape.

Mohammad Imran Ibrar,32, of Huddersfield, is charged with trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation, facilitating the commission of sexual activity on a child, assault occasioning actual bodily harm, supply of Class B drugs.

Everton La Bastide, 50, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of sexual touching.

Mohammed Saqib Raheel,30, of Dudley, is charged with child abduction and trafficking a female within the UK with a view to her sexual exploitation.

Zubair Ahmed, 30, of Huddersfield. He is charged with rape and possession of extreme pornography.

Usman Khalid, 29, of Huddersfield, is charged with sexual assault by penetration, child abduction and sexual touching.

Aleem Javaid, 27, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape and supply of Class B drugs

Five Muslim Grooming Gang Members From Rochdale Jailed After Hush Hush Trial

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Five Islamic child groomers from Rochdale have have been jailed following yet another Muslim grooming gang trial held in secret with an enforced media blackout in place. It is only now once the trial and sentencing is over that the courts have lifted the imposed reporting restrictions.

It is almost standard procedure now that reporting restrictions are put in place when ever a gang of Muslim paedophiles are on trial for abusing mostly vulnerable white British schoolgirls. The media blackout helps keep the general public in the dark to the huge scale of the Muslim grooming gang epidemic happening up and down the country.

The logic behind this tactic is quite simple,it keeps the public outrage to a minimum. You can’t kick off about something that you have no idea about in the first place.
If the press had reported on a daily basis throughout the  trial about the horrors committed by these repulsive Muslim sexual deviants. like  how they preyed on young  vulnerable white school girls, plied them with drink and drugs or passed them round like a bit of halal meat amongst their fellow Muslim paedos. Then by the end of the court case the chances are most of the nation would of seen or heard something about it.Creating a great deal of public fury and once again asking awkward questions of both the Muslim community and the local authorities. Also increasing the possibility of some kind of demo which would then not only increase police costs but risk further highlighting the Muslim grooming gang epidemic even more.
Instead the powers that be would rather wait till its all done and dusted ,slipping the news out on the quiet in the hope that the majority of people don’t find out about it.

One of those sentenced last week at Manchesters Minsull Street Crown Court was serial sex attacker Mohammed Miah. The married take away worker has a long history of sexual assaults preying on vulnerable young girls in the Rochdale area.

Mohammed Miah

Serial rapist Mohammed Miah sentenced to 16 years in prison Credit: GMP

Jailing Miah for 12 years Judge John Potter said he has a “dreadful record of sexual offending”. Unfortunately Mohammed Miah is already serving a 23-year jail term and the latest 12 year sentence will not be added to that but run concurrent  with it. Mohamed Miah, formerly of Bellshill Crescent, Rochdale, was one of 10 Muslim groomers jailed in April 2016 for sexually abusing a young girl who said she had been repeatedly groomed by a large number of Muslim men in Rochdale. His identity can now be revealed after reporting restrictions against naming him were lifted by the court.

Miah, known to one victim in this case who he had met a day earlier as “Ali”, bought her alcohol and drove her from Rochdale to a North Wales beach where he threatened to leave her if she did not have sex with him. She told him tearfully to stop halfway through sex but the defendant ignored her pleas and continued to rape her. The victim was described as “extremely vulnerable” and had a chaotic lifestyle after she was effectively abandoned by her parents in her early teens.
Another “vulnerable” victim of takeaway cook Miah, who also knew him as “Ali”, was repeatedly violently raped in 2005 when she was aged 14 or 15 after he bought her vodka. The court heard he had previous convictions for sexual offences as well as the attempted abduction of a 15-year-old girl who he approached in the street in his car in 2009 and falsely claimed her mother had told him to pick her up. Mohammed Miah is the absolute filth of humanity and no doubt when he is released from prison he will re-offend.

Four other men, who were also arrested as part of Greater Manchester Police’s Operation Doublet investigation launched in the wake of the scandal, were jailed alongside Miah.

  • Ashefaq Yousaf, 30, of Rochdale, was jailed for 19 years for four counts of rape involving two complainants. Reporting restrictions against him were also lifted
  • Mohammed Sadeer, 28, of Brimrod Lane, Rochdale, was jailed for 12 years, with an extended licence period of four years, after he was found guilty of one count of attempted rape
  • Joshim Miah, 32, of Yorkshire Street, Rochdale, received a seven-year sentence for rape
  • Yousaf’s younger brother, Ittefaq Yousaf, 26, of Stanley Street, Rochdale, was convicted of sexually assaulting one girl and inciting another to engage in sexual activity. He was sentenced to 18 months in jail and received an additional two-month sentence for a separate case of possessing and distributing an indecent image of a child.
Joshim Miah

Joshim Miah sentenced to 7 years. Credit: GMP

Mohammed Sadeer sentenced to 12 years

Mohammed Sadeer sentenced to 12 years. Credit: GMP

Ashafaq Yousaf
Ashafaq Yousaf sentenced to 19 years in prison. Credit: GMP
Ittefaq Yousaf

Ittefaq Yousaf sentenced to 20 months. Credit: GMP

Police Discover Muslim Only Nightclubs Are Providing Child Sex Services

Following the fall of the communism in the Soviet Union and its resulting break up of states. The free nation of Georgia received a substantial influx of Muslim migrants. Like every other country, the Muslims refused to integrate with the rest of society. Georgia’s population now consists of around 10% Muslims. 


Cops Make Sickening Discovery Hidden Behind Walls Of Muslim-Only Nightclub

When Muslim refugees opened a string of nightclubs in their new community, local liberals applauded their efforts to “integrate.” However, as soon as the police inspected the Muslim-only businesses, they uncovered a sickening secret hidden behind the clubs’ walls.

Western countries are finding that migrants have trouble getting and keeping jobs, as many have no skills, education, or willingness to acquire them. The tiny minority that does gain employment can be a burden to their employers, ceaselessly demanding religious and cultural privileges or running illegal practices from their businesses.

Situated at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, Georgia is the perfect gateway through which Asian Muslim migrants are making their way into Europe. The country boasts an 83-percent Christian majority, which has mistakenly translated their Christian duty into opening their borders to their biggest persecutors.

According to Fria TiderGeorgian Prime Minister Giorgi Kvirikashvili confirmed this week that an investigation has been launched into a string of Arab and Turkish-owned nightclubs, restaurants, and cafes, resulting in a child sex slavery bust. The Muslim-only businesses have spurred controversy for discriminating against non-Muslim men, but only now have authorities discovered the massive child prostitution ring they have been hiding within their walls.

Prime Minister Kvirikashvili explains that Georgian men are prohibited by the foreign employees and patrons inside the dozens of Muslim-only clubs in Tbilisi. Deeper within the locations, children are lured into prostitution and “sold” out to Muslim clients.

“I will say it again — the evidence, unfortunately, points to prostitution in these nightclubs, including child prostitution,” the prime minister said during a press conference. “No Georgian man would tolerate this and that is exactly why they can not get into these clubs. Georgian men are not admitted only because minors Georgian girls are drawn into prostitution there. There is a big problem. Furthermore, this is not worthy of our country, precisely because this issue is very problematic, and it must be resolved as quickly as possible.”


Coventry Grooming Gang Found Guilty In Low Key Trial

Five paedophile grooming gang members from Coventry have been found guilty of a catalogue of child sex crimes against 6 schoolgirls. The sex gang lead by ringleader Waqaar Khan were found guilty following a little publicised trial at Warwick Crown Court. The girls were targeted and groomed  on Facebook and other social media websites. Khan would then arrange for them to be picked up in taxis. Then would give them drink and drugs before sexually abusing them and passing them on to his fellow nonces like a piece of meat.

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Five men convicted of child sexual exploitation


Five Coventry men have been convicted of a string of sexual offences and human trafficking against young girls after a six week trial at Leamington Justice Centre.

The jury returned a unanimous verdict today (Wednesday 21 December) after hearing how the gang, led by 24-year-old Waqaar Khan, used social media over a period of months to contact teenage girls and groom them before arranging to meet them with the promise of gifts and shopping trips.

Six teenage girls, five of them under the age of 16, gave evidence to the court detailing how they had been targeted which included being picked up by taxis and taken to parties, or just dropped off at car parks where the men would ply them with alcohol and drugs.

All five have been found guilty of 18 charges against two of the girls, including human trafficking, sexual assault and rape.

On several occasions the two girls were assaulted and on one occasion one girl was rendered unconscious, only to come round with items of clothing missing and finding that sex acts had been performed on her and recorded on mobile phones.

Detective Chief Inspector Ian Green, from the force’s Public Protection Unit, said: “Waqaar Khan first came to our attention in March 2016 when his Facebook account cropped up as a mutual ‘friend’ among several vulnerable young girls in Coventry.

“Around the same time two girls, who had been reported missing from Warwickshire, were linked to Khan and he was arrested for child abduction and released on bail.

“One of the girls alleged she had been raped and a friend of hers posted a picture of Khan and two other men on Facebook asking for their identification.

“All three men went into Coventry police station saying they had no idea what they were being accused off.”

Khan was re-arrested along with Kadeem Bourne, aged 23, and 22-year-old Marcus Woolcock on suspicion of rape and bailed while a comprehensive investigation was launched.

An examination of Khan’s mobile phone revealed thousands of text messages containing sexualised conversations and several videos of graphic sexual abuse.

As officers sifted through the content a pattern of offending emerged. Comments were scattered across different social media platforms and when a reply was received a barrage of messages was sent which quickly became sexual in tone, pressing for a meeting.

Currently hundreds of messages are still being reviewed which relate to a number of separate contacts.

Detectives from the Public Protection Unit began working extensively with the Horizon* CSE team to trace the girls involved and seek out what other offences may have been committed. They identified and made contact with a further four girls who made allegations against the group which also included 19-year-old Keenan Kelly and 20-year-old Zahid Chaudhary.

DCI Green added: “Each girl had a similar story to tell. They had been threatened and even subjected to violence if they did not co-operate with sexual demands or if they reported their abuse to police.

“Our specially trained officers and the Horizon Team have been able to work with these girls to reassure them that what has happened is not acceptable and given them the courage and support to give evidence against their abusers.

“I commend their bravery in reliving their devastating experiences to help bring these men to justice and prevent further young girls from enduring the same treatment. As without doubt, these men would have continued.”

He added: “I believe there may be more young girls who are out there and my officers are continuing to investigate to see whether we can trace any more potential victims- if there is anyone else who may have been affected by these men then please contact us, we have specially trained officers who will listen to your concerns.”

John Gregg, Director of Children’s Services, said: “These convictions have been secured because of the incredible courage of the girls in coming forward, and the excellent partnership work of social workers, police and other agencies that has resulted in five dangerous and manipulative men being caught.”

The See Me Hear Me campaign is raising awareness of the signs of child sexual exploitation amongst parents, professionals and young people themselves. Supported by West Midlands Police, the region’s seven local authorities and children’s charities, the See Me Hear Me website explains how to spot the signs of exploitation and where to go to get help. Find out more at http://www.seeme-hearme.org.uk

If you are – or know anyone who is – being sexually exploited, please call us on 101. If you would prefer to give information anonymously, you can also contact the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

The dedicated number for Coventry’s Multi-Agency Safeguarding Hub (MASH) is 02476 788555

Childline also have counsellors available online at http://www.childline.org.uk.

The defendants were found guilty of the following charges:
Waqaar Khan − Two counts of human trafficking and three of rape
Kadeem Bourne − Two counts of human trafficking, one of sexual assault and one of rape
Marcus Woolcock − One count each of human trafficking and sexual assault
Zahid Choudhary − One count of human trafficking
Kenan Kelly − One count of human trafficking, one of sexual assault and two counts of rape
Sentencing will take place on 20 January 2017.

*The Horizon Team is a multi-agency specialist team of child protection, CSE and investigative and prosecution experts.

4 More Paedos Charged With Grooming In Oxford

Following on from last weeks Muslim grooming gangs busted in Rotherham and Buckinghamshire. Police in Oxford have arrested four members of a grooming gang as part of Operation Rolo. An on going investigation into child sexual exploitation in Oxfordshire. 

The authorities have chosen to withhold the names of the paedophiles who have been charged and denying the public the right to know those responsible for such vile crimes. Although the chances of these sex cases being Muslim is odds on given the towns notoriety for Islamic child sex gangs. Plus the scheduled court date alongside with five other men who were charged as part of the operation last month. Whom at least 4 of the 5 are members of the religion of peace

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OPERATION ROLO: Four in court on child sex charges

FOUR suspected child sex offenders have appeared at court today.

The men, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have been charged with a total of 35 offences, which allegedly took place between 2000 and 2005.

Thames Valley Police said the men, who are aged between 34 and 42, were charged as part of its child sexual exploitation investigation Operation Rolo.

The men were at Oxford Magistrates’ Court today and will appear at Oxford Crown Court on November 18, along with five other men who were charged as part of the operation last month.

Buckinghamshire Rape Jihad :5 Grooming Gang Members Charged

Five  grooming gang members charged with a catalogue of child  sex offences in Buckinghamshire dating as far back as 1998. As satisfying as it is to see these dirty nonces finally facing justice after so long. You cant help think about how long Muslim grooming gangs have been operating on our streets unchallenged and wonder how many other sickos have been involved and are still walking about freely having evaded prosecution.

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Five men have been charged with a series of historical sex offences in Buckinghamshire.
The charges relate to alleged incidents in High Wycombe, Aylesbury and Wendover between 1998 and 2002.
Mohammed Kayani, 64, from High Wycombe, Berkley John, 75, and Mohammed Aslam, 59, both from Aylesbury, and Saeed Aham, 50, from Luton, are in police custody.
Tariq Hussain, 45, from High Wycombe, has been released on bail.
Mr Kayani, Mr John, Mr Ahmad and Mr Aslam have been charged with a number of sexual offences including conspiracy to rape or indecently assault girls under 16 and women, false imprisonment and allowing premises to be used for unlawful sexual intercourse.
Mr Hussain has been charged with one count of procuring a woman to become a prostitute.

Bristol Muslim Grooming Gang : Jury Hears Somalian Sex Gang Raped Girls As Young As 12

The Muslim grooming gang epidemic continues……

Girls as young as 12 raped and trafficked for sex in BristolBy KenMcCormick  |  Posted: September 26, 2016By Rod Minchin, Press Association   0

Seven men are on trial at Bristol Crown Court accused of a catalogue of sexual offences against girlsYoung girls were abused, raped and trafficked for sex by a group of men in Bristol, a court has heard.Alleged victims as young as 12 were subjected to sexual abuse that was “degrading, violent and horrible” in inner city Bristol, a jury at the city’s Crown court was told.

Some of the seven were allegedly given drugs and alcohol and were “pestered again and again” for sex by the men, who were mostly older teenagers and all of Somali origin, the jury heard.Prosecutors said that the alleged rapes became “routine” and that the men regarded some of the girls as “cheap and easy”.Anna Vigars, prosecuting, described some of the girls, who cannot be named for legal reasons, as “vulnerable” and said they believed they were in relationships with the men.The trial of the seven defendants at Bristol Crown Court started at the beginning of this month. A ban preventing the media from reporting the case until the alleged victims had finished giving their evidence was lifted today.

The defendants face a total of 46 charges, including rape, rape of a child under 13, sexual assault, trafficking for sexual exploitation and false imprisonment.

They are: Sakariya Sheikh, 23, known as “Zak”; Abdirahman Galal, 26, known as “Ramsey”; Mohammed Osman, 29, known as “I-Man”; Mohammed Dahir, 24, known as “Kamal”; Nuridin Mohamoud, 22, known as “Ahmed”; Abdirashid Abdulahi, 23, known as “Abs” or “Older Abs”; and Nasir Mahamoud, 23, known as “Ace”.

The jury has heard that on one occasion in March 2013 a 15-year-old girl was allegedly simultaneously raped by Sheikh and another man at a flat in Bristol.In another alleged incident, the court was told that a girl who had celebrated her 12th birthday a month earlier was raped by Galal, leaving her feeling “dirty” and “regretful”.The court heard that the majority of the alleged offences happened between 2011 and 2012, against girls who had travelled to Bristol by train to meet the men

Mrs Vigars told the court that the prosecution case was that the girls “suffered sexual abuse, some of it violent, degrading and horrible, some of it less so”.The majority of the alleged offences had been committed against one girl, who found “all the attention and excitement she had been missing at home” with the defendants in Bristol, the court heard.Mrs Vigars said the defendants were “young men who gave her drugs and alcohol and who used her again and again for sex, pestering her sometimes by threats, sometimes going on and on, relentlessly grinding her down into submission and sometimes by using physical violence”.

“You will hear the word rape many times over the next few weeks,” Mrs Vigars added.”Rape – it is perhaps every woman’s worst nightmare. It doesn’t have to involve a knife in an alleyway or a stranger.”It can almost become routine and that’s what we say was happening to her. She would come over to Bristol regularly and she would be raped repeatedly by men she knew.”They knew her as someone who was easy and cheap. She wasn’t cheap and easy. She was vulnerable because she was so young.”

The court heard that the girl kept a diary of her trips to Bristol, in which she left coded messages about what was happening in her life, with references to sex and oral sex.”There are not too many young girls writing a diary … She was giving blow jobs to X, Y and Z and she had sex with A, B and C,” Mrs Vigars said.”It is clear the diary was kept as she was going along and was a record of what was going on day by day. What it does give is a clear indication of how often she was expected to give oral sex or have sex with men when she came to Bristol.

“There are other occasions which are so routine and part of her life and happening so often that she can’t remember the detail.”How can anything like that become so routine that it didn’t stand out? The reality is that these men exploited her vulnerability and her longing to be wanted, they had sex with her as much as they wanted to.”Many of them she didn’t want to have sex with but she did so because that was what she was told to do and she went along because she was forced.

“Her relationships with certain men were about being in charge and using her for what they wanted.”They had no interest in whether she got anything out of it or what she wanted. They wanted sex and didn’t consider whether she was consenting or not.”It was about power and control and exploitation of her vulnerability.”

Some of the defendants deny knowing the girls they are accused of abusing or say they have been wrongly identified by a street name.

The defendants deny all the charges they face.

The trial was adjourned until Thursday.

The charges faced by the defendants are:

*Sakariya Sheikh, 23, aka “Zak”, faces a total of 19 charges against seven girls. They are eight of sexual assault, eight of rape, two of trafficking and one of aiding and abetting rape.

*Abdirahman Galal, 26, aka “Ramsey”, faces three charges of rape against one girl.

*Mohammed Osman, 26, aka “I-Man”, faces six charges of rape and one of sexual assault against two girls.

*Mohammed Dahir, 24, aka “Kamal”, faces six charges of rape and a charge of aiding and abetting rape against two girls.

*Nuridin Mohamoud, 22, aka “Ahmed”, is accused of one charge of false imprisonment and one charge of rape against one girl.

*Abdirashid Abdulahi, 23, aka “Abs” or “Older Abs”, is accused of four charges of rape against one girl.

*Nasir Mahamoud, 23, aka “Ace”, is accused of four counts of rape against one girl.


Source: Girls as young as 12 raped and trafficked for sex in Bristol | Bristol Post

Halifax Muslim Grooming Gang Blackout Lifted : Names and Addresses Of 17 Nonces

A judge has lifted an order which prevented the addresses being reported of 17 men who sexually abused the same vulnerable schoolgirl from Halifax.

The order was made under the Contempt of Court Act when the men first appeared at Magistrates Court.

Judge Geoffrey Marson QC who heard four trials in the case at Leeds Crown Court and sentenced the men, agreed on Tuesday the restriction no longer needed to be in force after an application by the press. Addresses of defendants can normally be reported.

Sentences totalling over 175 years were imposed on the sexual offenders ending a four year investigation by police into the systematic abuse of the teenager when she was aged 13 to 15.

Those jailed were:

  • Heder Ali, 36, of Amberley Court, Bradford;
  • Haider Ali, 41, of Warley Street, Pellon, Halifax;
  • Khalid Zaman, 38, Brooksbank Avenue, Bradford;
  • Mohammed Ramzan, 35 of Lidgett Place, Bradford;
  • Haaris Ahmed, 32, of Vaughan Street, Halifax;
  • Tahir Mahmood, 43, of Redcar Street, Halifax;
  • Tauqeer Butt, 31 of Moines Close, Halifax;
  • Talib Saddiq, 31, of Cannon Street, King Cross, Halifax.
  • Azeem Subhani, 25 of Back Victor Terrace, Pellon, Halifax;
  • Amaar Ali Ditta, 27, of Rose Terrace, Halifax;
  • Mohammed Ali Ahmed, 43, of Boston Street, Halifax;
  • Sikander Malik, 31, of Autumn Street, Halifax;
  • Sikander Ishaq, 31 of Ripon Street, Halifax;
  • Aesan Pervez, 27, Akeds Road, Halifax;
  • Mansoor Akhtar, 25 of Blackmoorfoot Road, Crosland Moor, Huddersfield;
  • Furquan Ghafar, 31 of Melbourne Street, Derby
  •  Aftab Hussain, 37, of St Augustines Terrace, Halifax.

Another defendant Fasil Mahmood, 37, of Grosvenor Terrace, Pellon, Halifax, was convicted only of supplying the girl with cannabis.