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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.

Mainstream Media Silence On Chelmsford Muslim Grooming Gang Trial

Another Muslim grooming gang trial taking place at Chelmsford Crown Court with mainstream media silence.

In the last month or so, Muslim grooming gangs have been on trial from Rochdale , Dewsbury, Bristol and Rotherham. All have been relatively low  key in the  mainstream media until the Islamic paedophiles trials have finished. Little on going reporting of the case other than from local press sparing the public knowing the sordid details and from knowing the truth.

Such as how the Muslim grooming gangs were openly racist. Purposely targeting British non Muslim schoolgirls as young as 12 years old. How they plied the children with drink and drugs, verbally and physically abused the girls, forcibly raping and sexually abusing the minors.Then when the Muslim paedo had got his gratification,passed the girls on like they were some kind of halal meat


Sex abuse gang ‘plied teen girls with drugs and alcohol before farming them out to be raped and abused’, court hears

A SEX abuse gang plied vulnerable underage girls with alcohol and drugs before “farming them out” to be raped and sexually abused, a court heard.

Mohammed Rostami, 37, and Amin Kaveh, 35, both of The Renown, Shoebury, are standing trial alongside three other Iranian men.Chelmsford Crown Court heard their alleged victims were as young as 13 when they were first exploited for sex.Christopher Paxton, prosecuting, said: “To these defendants, these vulnerable young girls presented opportunities for sexual exploitation, farming them out for sex within a tight-knit group or just having sex with them for their own gratification

.”The case involves three female victims, one who was already working as a 16-year-old prostitute in Southend when she met drug dealer Kaveh as a client.She was hooked on mephedrone and ended up ‘working’ from Kaveh’s flat for up to four hours a day – sometimes being paid with up to 10g of the drug.The court heard another victim was just 13-years-old when she began being abused in Chelmsford in 2006.Rostami began a sexual relationship with her after getting her hooked on cannabis and cocaine, and is alleged to have raped her between August 2007 and August 2009.He then forced her to have sex with other men.

When he lost interest in the teenage girl, he passed her to Mehdi Zare, 32, of Lupin Drive, Chelmsford – who raped her and also forced her to work as a prostitute.The court heard Kaveh used violence and threats against a third victim to rape her and force her into having sex with dozens of other Iranian men.On one occasion Kaveh is alleged to have forced the 15-year-old to take drugs by threatening to “push her face” into a pile of white powder, before sexually assaulting her.The court heard the gang would drive the girls around Essex and London to be abused.

Rostami is charged with two counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of causing or inciting sexual exploitation of a child, one count of rape and three counts of supplying a controlled drug. Kaveh is charged with three counts of supplying a controlled drug, one count of sexual assault, three counts of rape, one count of causing or inciting prostitution and one count of controlling prostitution.

Zare is charged with three counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of arranging or facilitating sexual exploitation of a child, and three counts of supplying a controlled drug.Taxi driver Mehdi Khashi, 32, of Rookes Crescent, Chelmsford, is charged with one count of rape.Mohammed Zarei, 32, also a taxi driver, of Delamere Road, Chelmsford, is charged with one count of rape.The five men deny all the sexual offences but Kaveh, Rostami and Zare admit supplying the drugs.All the offences are alleged to have taken place between August 2006 and September 2014.The trial continues.

Source: Sex abuse gang ‘plied teen girls with drugs and alcohol before farming them out to be raped and abused’, court hears (From Echo)

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

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

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

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Rotherham child abuse charges: Eight guilty

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

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

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

They are due to be sentenced on 4 November.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

‘Tremendous bravery’

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

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

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

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


Yet Another Muslim Grooming Gang From Rochdale Jailed

News broke last week that another bunch of evil Muslim child abusers from Rochdale had been found guilty of sexually exploiting underage  school girls in the scandal hit town. 

Like so many past Muslim grooming gangs facing justice. The trial itself received zero media coverage until after they had been found guilty and sentenced. Even then the press coverage was minimal. 

The lack of media attention to the countless Muslim grooming gangs in courts up and down the country is exactly what the authorities want. The public to know as little as possible and  not see the true scale of the Muslim grooming epidemic.As they value community cohesion and not upsetting Muslims above the safety of British children

If the trials only get regional media coverage ,then people cannot see the big picture . (which is where  Kafir Crusaders Muslim Grooming Map comes in useful). With the majority of people then believing that the Muslim grooming gang they are hearing about on the local news is a one-off isolated case. When truth is these gangs are operating up and down the length of the UK.

You can’t make a noise about something if you have no idea whats really going on!!

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Jailed Islamic paedophiles from Rochdale: #Rapejihad

Four men have been jailed for over 37 years for a range of serious sexual offences as part of Operation Doublet – an investigation into child sexual exploitation, mainly in Rochdale.

The following men were convicted after a trial at Manchester Minshull Street Crown Court.On Friday 16 September 2016 they were sentenced.

Irshad Wani (22/02/1977), of Whitworth Road, Rochdale was found guilty of seven counts of sexual activity with a child and one count of child grooming. He was sentenced to nine years in prison.

Gul Zaman, (06/07/1972, of HMP Manchester, was found guilty of rape and inciting a child into prostitution.He was sentenced to ten years in prison.

Mohammed Ishaque (03/11/1959), of Denton Street, Rochdale, pleaded guilty to inciting a child to engage in prostitution. He was sentenced to eleven years in prison.

Shohaib Shabbir, (22/02/1987, of Copster Hill Road, Oldham, was found guilty of rape and sexual activity with a child. He was sentenced to seven years in prison.

The convictions relate to offences committed against two victims who were aged between 15 and 16 at the time of the abuse. The abuse happened between 2004 and 2008.Detective Chief Inspector Jamie Daniels, the Senior Investigating Officer for Operation Doublet, said: “Operation Doublet was launched following the 2011 investigation into child sexual exploitation in Rochdale and we identified a number of cases, which broadly took place between 2004 and 2008, across Greater Manchester where teenage girls had been sexually exploited by older men.“

The victims have shown enormous courage and without their support in what has been a difficult investigation, we would not be here today.“Working with our partners we have been able to identify vulnerable people and tackle CSE in a way that puts the victim’s well being at the centre of all we do and I’d particularly like to pay tribute to DC Fitzsimons in driving this case forwards on behalf of the victims.”“We made a commitment to bring perpetrators of sexual abuse to justice and today is yet another illustration of that promise being realised.”

Source: Greater Manchester Police

12 Muslim Nonces Sentenced To 140 Years For Raping Schoolgirl In West Yorkshire

Twelve Muslim beasts have been jailed for a total of 140 years. They were members of a sex gang who raped a 14 vulnerable schoolgirl in Keighley, West Yorkshire.

Little over a month into the year and already we have seen 2 large Muslim grooming gangs slammed for a catalogue of offences relating to sexually exploiting vulnerable white schoolgirls. Last week 10 Islamononces from Rochdale were found guilty and now 12 from Keighley. There is also an ongoing grooming gang trial of Muslims from Rotherham also.

The judge at Bradford Crown Court said of the grooming gangs attitude towards the victim:

“They saw her as a pathetic figure who had no worth and who served no other purpose than to be an object that they could sexually misuse and cast aside,” he added. “They showed her no shred of decency or humanity when as a vulnerable child she so needed care and understanding.”

That is not only the attitude of those beasts being sentenced here but the attitude of most Muslim men in general.  It is who they are as people. This is how Islam teaches them to think that men are superior to women. That Muslims are superior to non Muslims so in their eyes a white non Muslim girl is pretty much the lowest of the low. They treat them no different to the way Mohammed did, as objects to use and abuse for their own sexual gratification.  

A GANG of 12 men who took raped and took “terrible and heartless sexual advantage” of a vulnerable Keighley schoolgirl before “casting her aside” have been locked up for a total of 140 years.

Ten of the men were jailed after being convicted of raping the girl in the town when she was aged between 13 and 14. Another man was found guilty of sexual activity with the same girl.

The 12th man pleaded guilty to rape and sexual activity with a child.

A trial last year heard how the teenager was repeatedly raped by the men in encounters arranged by a violent drug dealer over a period of 13 months between 2011 and 2012.
The drug dealer, described as the “evil mastermind” of the group, Arif Choudhury, is thought to have fled to Bangladesh. Choudhury, now 18 and formerly of Victoria Avenue, Keighley, was accused by the girl of raping her in the grounds of a Keighley church when she was 13 after she refused to sell anymore drugs for him.

On one occasion, the girl was gang-raped by five of the defendants.

The Recorder of Bradford Judge Roger Thomas said the men had been “heartless and demeaning” when the girl, who was 13 and 14 at the time, “clearly demanded pity and understanding.”

“They saw her as a pathetic figure who had no worth and who served no other purpose than to be an object that they could sexually misuse and cast aside,” he added.

“They showed her no shred of decency or humanity when as a vulnerable child she so needed care and understanding.”

The judge said the defendants had “largely tried to hide behind their silence” when interviewed by the police and given the opportunity to speak in court, but added, there were “nevertheless some good indications of their real attitude”.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Clockwise, from top left, Nazir and Faisal Khan, Zain Ali, Saqib Younis, Sufyan Zirarab, Mohammed Akram, Hussain Sardar and Israr Ali pictured during the trial at Bradford Crown Court

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Clockwise, from top left, Nazir and Faisal Khan, Zain Ali, Saqib Younis, Sufyan Zirarab, Mohammed Akram, Hussain Sardar and Israr Ali pictured during the trial at Bradford Crown Court

“Listing a few of those references is insightful. They show the same contemptuous and disrespectful attitude to the girl that most of them have demonstrated to this Court throughout the trial and which I have already commented upon,” Judge Thomas said.
When the trial finished, in December, the judge described the behaviour of some defendants in court as some of the worst he had seen in his 40-year career.

Today, he added to those comments.

“I have had a very considerable opportunity during the course of the trial that lasted several weeks…to observe you defendants in open court and see your behaviour and attitudes. Things that I have had to publicly comment on on many occasions as I have attempted to regulate the proceedings. Comments and enjoinders that fell though on deaf ears as your appalling attitudes to these proceedings persisted nevertheless,” the judge said.

“As I have said previously the attitudes that the majority of you have so clearly demonstrated to these proceedings has been contemptuous, disrespectful and arrogant on a scale that I have hardly seen before in many years of practice in the Criminal Law. Exactly the same as your attitude to the 13/14 year-old-girl who you all sexually abused and exploited for your own selfish gratification.

“I cannot, and will not, sentence you now for your appalling attitude to these proceedings but it is something that is very informative in my assessment of you as individuals and your offending for which I am sentencing you.”

The judge said he had read pre-sentence and other reports about the defendants and commented on the intelligence of two the men, Israr Ali and Sufyan Ziarab.

“Although they have produced very low scores in formal IQ testing it is nevertheless entirely apparent from the circumstances of these offences, their demeanour in court, their interviews with the police, their previous convictions and in their use of social media that they are far from being anything other than totally understanding of and responsible for their reprehensible sexual misconduct in this case,” the judge said.

Four of the men abused the girl in the underground car park of a disused police station in Keighley.

The four men were two pairs of brothers and neighbours who lived very near to the old building where they would hang out and smoke cannabis extensively.

“Although Tauqueer Hussain was employed and held down a job, their lifestyles were generally feckless and unattractive,” Judge Thomas said.

The girl was often forced to perform sex on the men and one time was there for several hours.

“More than one defendant would have her perform sex immediately after another had just done the same,” said the judge.

“There are many highly unpleasant details that [the victim] does give about what happened to her in the car park which reflect the degradation, humiliation and violence that she was subjected to.”

Yasser Kabir, 25, of Belgrave Road, Keighley, was found guilty of three counts of rape and was jailed for 15 years for each count, to run concurrently.

Kabir was also sentenced for raping and abusing two little girls when he was a boy. He was given five years for those offences, to run consecutively to the 15-year sentence, meaning he will serve 20 years.

Kabir’s half-brother, Tauqeer Hussain, also known as Toki, 23, of Belgrave Road, Keighley, was also found guilty of two counts of rape, relating to two victims. He was jailed for 13 years for each count in relation to the Keighley schoolgirl, to run concurrently, with five years added for his second victim, meaning he will serve 18 years.

Sufyan Ziarab (Sufy) 23, of Kendal Mellor Court, Keighley, was given two concurrent 15 year sentences for two counts of rape.

His brother, Bilal Ziarab, (Billy or Browny) 21, of Sedgwick Close, Manningham, Bradford, was given two concurrent 12-year sentences.

Five of the men were found guilty of lining the girl up to rape her on Dalton Lane, Keighley.

The judge said this was an example of the “the vile practice of Arif arranging and facilitating the gang rape of the girl by having you men ‘line up’ to take turns” with the girl.

Nazir Khan (Khany) 24, of Buxton Street, Keighley, was jailed for 13 years for one count of rape.

Inbred nonces the Khan brothers: Sex offending runs in the family

His brother, Faisal Khan, (Buller) 27, of Buxton Street, Keighley, will also serve 13 years for one rape count.

Hussain Sardar (Dolly) 19, of Bradford Street, Lawkholme, Keighley, will serve six years detention in a young offenders’ institution for one count of rape. Judge Thomas said the sentence reflected his then age of 15 years and the victim’s description of his “somewhat pathetic participation.”

Saqib Younis (Saqi Butcher) 29, of Bradford Street, Lawkholme, Keighley, was jailed for 13 years for one count of rape.

Ugly Muslim beast who raped white girl aged 14

Zain Ali (Droopy) 20, of Buxton Street, Keighley, was given an eight-year detention sentence in a young offenders’ institution, to reflect his age of 16 and 17 at the time of the offences.

Israr Ali, the youngest defendant in the dock, raped the schoolgirl when he was 15-years-old, about 18 months older than the girl. He was sentenced to three-and-a-half years in a young offenders’ institute.

Ali, also known as Sari, now 19, of Devonshire Street West, Keighley, was told he took “vile sexual advantage” of the girl and looked upon her as “no more than a worthless object.”

Mohammed Akram, a 63-year-old cab driver, of Holker Street, Keighley, was convicted of sexual activity with the girl once in his cab when he was 59 and she 14.

The judge jailed Akram for five years.

The 12th man to be jailed, Khalid Mahmood, is already behind bars for raping another victim.

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Bradford Telegraph and Argus: Khalid Mahmood


He pleaded guilty at the start of the trial to twice raping the teenager and three offences of sexual activity with a child.

The 34-year-old, then of Gordon Street, Keighley, was given extended sentences of imprisonment, concurrent on each rape count, of 17 years. He was told that extended sentence comprised of a custodial term of 13-and-a-half years and an extended licence period of three-and-a-half years.

After the case, Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Bryar, of the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “We are pleased that these men have now been sentenced for their terrible crimes against vulnerable young girls.
“We would like again to praise the victims for their courage in coming forward and enabling these men to be put before the courts. We hope that today’s sentences will give them some closure and help them with rebuilding their lives.

“Child Sexual Exploitation remains a priority for West Yorkshire Police. It totally unacceptable and it is the responsibility of all agencies, communities and individuals to identify those responsible and bring them to justice.

“West Yorkshire Police, the West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner and partner agencies are committed to doing everything they possibly can to ensure that children are safe, cared for and protected from harm. We are committed to working closely with these partners and will take positive action against those who abuse or neglect children.

“We hope that this case will encourage others who may have been victims of child sexual exploitation, whether recently or in the past, to come forward and report it to the police, who will always seek to take positive action against the perpetrators.”

Speaking after the case, the MP for Keighley and Ilkley Kris Hopkins said: “In November 2012, I made a speech in the House of Commons expressing my horror at the fact that there were gangs of Asian men going around Keighley raping white girls.

“I was castigated from many quarters, received many abusive pieces of correspondence and on one occasion was forced to clear my constituency office after receiving a threat.

“This case, the many guilty verdicts reached and the heavy sentences rightly handed down underline the nature and the truth of the evil I spoke about back then and will continue to raise until it has been eradicated.

“I am very well aware that there are numerous white paedophiles out there and they should be dealt with just as harshly. But the sick model of organised groups of Asian men grooming young white girls to be sexually abused remains a blight at the heart of many communities across this country. And sadly Keighley is at the top of the list.

“I want to congratulate all of the police officers who played a part in bringing these guilty men to justice. It can often be a harrowing task to collect the necessary evidence to secure convictions and, once again, West Yorkshire Police has done an outstanding job.

“I hope that the force’s dedication and professionalism will encourage other victims to come forward and help put other perpetrators behind bars. I am very happy to provide all necessary support through my office to facilitate this.

“I continue to work very closely with senior police officers and ministers, including the Home Secretary Theresa May, to see what more can be done to uncover child grooming rings and track down those involved. We have already achieved a number of improvements to national law and I am confident that further positive changes will be made.

“But I must end with a plea. Whilst the police, the Government and I as the local MP will continue to join forces to tackle these issues, we need the support of the entire community behind us.

“I love Keighley, it’s the town I grew up in and I’m privileged to be its Member of Parliament. But Keighley’s proud name has been dragged through the mud too many times in recent years because of the heinous acts of sick men preying on vulnerable young girls.

“I appeal directly to members of the local community that if you know of any individual or groups of individuals who may be involved in these activities, you have an obligation to pass this information on. We must work together to rid ourselves of this cancer, and we all have a part to play.”

The leader of Bradford Council David Green said: “Child sexual exploitation is a dreadful crime which all right minded people deplore and we are pleased this is reflected in the sentencing of these men. We also acknowledge the courage and commitment of the young women in giving their evidence which led to these convictions.

“We are determined, working closely with the police, to ensure all perpetrators of child sexual exploitation are pursued and prosecuted, no matter when the abuse took place.”

“We have invested additional resources in recent years to tackle child sexual exploitation and keep children safe. Our multi-agency hub, which has been operating since January 2012, involving the Police, Council, NHS and voluntary organisations across Bradford District, means we can make sure risks are identified and there is fast and effective intervention.

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“We need help from the community as a whole, from parents and carers, to take responsibility for vulnerable young people and help from neighbours to give us third party information if they suspect that CSE has or is taking place, or that children are at risk. This is an issue for everybody. It goes right into the heart of every community.

“If anyone has any concerns about the safety of a child or a young person in Bradford District they should contact West Yorkshire Police, Crimestoppers (0800 555 111) or Children’s Services Initial Contact Point on 01274 437500 or NSPCC Child Protection helpline on 0808 800 5000.”


Rape Victim Called White Slag By Members Of Muslim Grooming Gang In Bradford

An 11 man grooming gang from Bradford have been found guilty of rape and sexually exploiting a vulnerable schoolgirl  . As with almost every other grooming gang case, the vile sexual deviants were Muslim men and the victim a white girl.

During the trial the court evidence how the white girl, 13 at the time, said she was marched to the grounds of an old church after refusing to run drugs for ringleader Arif Choudury. She said he hit her, pulled her hair and pushed her into the dirt Then whilst pinning her down he raped the girl . Laughing and calling her “a little white slag” whilst he committed the disgusting crime.

In police interviews, recorded and shown to the jury, the girl claimed she begged smirking Choudury to stop but he refused and carried on laughing. She said: “He was raping me and laughing. He was laughing, calling me a dirty little slut.” The islamononce later began passing her round his fellow Muslim paedophile friends.

The fact that the victim was white and non Muslim obviously played a huge factor in her abuse. The Islamic child rapists saw her exactly as the ringleader said. “a little white slag” who they could abuse whenever they saw fit. It also would likely go some way to buying the Muslim communities silence regarding their abhorrent actions. Rather than risk the wrath of their fellow Muslims and being grassed up to the police for abusing one of their own kind.

The victims race and religion are of huge significance. When you consider the number of adult Muslim men found guilty in this trial, 11, which is a lot. How likely is it they ringleader asked only those 11 did they want to abuse the schoolgirl ? And they just so happened to have the same warped lusting for sex with children?

I refuse to believe every single Muslim male is a paedophile.  What i do believe is that they have an excessively above average % than any other section of society who are sexual deviants. Still surely there has to be some of their fellow Muslims who turned the chance to kiddie fiddle and know what is going on. Yet still don’t report it to the police. For me those who have turned a blind eye to the grooming gangs are guilty of aiding and abetting the perverts when they could of put a stop to it.



Eleven men were found guilty of sexually abusing the same girl

ELEVEN members of a depraved Asian sex gang who sexually abused one white girl have been branded “insolent and disrespectful” by a judge as they were found guilty at Bradford Crown Court.

Ten men were found guilty of rape and an eleventh man was found guilty of sexual activity in a unanimous verdict following a seven-week trial.

The victim as aged between 13 and 14 when she was raped and abused repeatedly by the depraved group of men.

On one horrifying occasion the girl was raped by five men in succession, the court was told.

One defendant was also found guilty of raping a second underage victim in 2009.

Faisal Khan
Faisal Khan, 27, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape SWNS

In the packed courtroom, members of the public gallery cried out in disbelief and one shouted to the court that the conviction was a “set up”, before being led out, as the verdicts were read out.

Judge Roger Thomas QC told the court that the defendants had treated the proceedings with “contempt and arrogance”.

Nasir Khan
Nasir Khan, 22, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of two counts of rape. SWNS

He said: “In 40 years of practice, I have never seen a dock that has been as insolent and disrespectful as this one.

“I have the poorest of opinions about the defendants.”

During the trial at Bradford Crown Court the jury of seven women and one man, heard that she was passed around and used by the group of “nasty” men by ringleader Ahmed Al-Choudhury..

Choudhury was not in the line-up of men standing trial.

Zain Ali
Zain Ali, 20, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape. SWNS

During the trial the jury also heard that in an underground car park where some of the abuse took place, there was painted over graffiti which read the victim’s name and the word “corner”.

The eleven defendants will be sentenced on February, 5, along with a twelfth defendant, Khalid Mahmood, 34, who previously pleaded guilty to five counts of rape.

Praising the police, Judge Thomas said: “This has been a very considerable exercise for the police.

“The victim was missing from home and school so often – it seems to be accurate that police and other agencies were doing their best to try to exercise some control over the victim.

“They were met with an unhappy young girl who was in a vulnerable position and unable to take their help.”

Hussain Sardar
Hussain Sardar, 19, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape. SWNS

Speaking after the verdict, Detective Chief Inspector Chris Walker, from West Yorkshire Police described the investigation as “challenging, complex and sensitive” and heralded the bravery of the victims.

He said: “I would like to pay tribute to the victims who have shown a great deal of courage in standing up to their perpetrators.

“These young girls were preyed upon and either raped or sexually assaulted.

“One was even passed around by these men for no other reason than their own gratification.

“Child sexual exploitation is one of the most important challenges facing the police. It is totally unacceptable and it is the responsibility of all agencies, communities and individuals to identify those responsible and help bring them to justice.

“Protecting the victims is a priority. However unwilling they may be initially to engage with police or other agencies, or to give evidence against the perpetrators, they will always be supported and protected from further harm.”

Sufyan Ziarab
Sufyan Ziarab, 22, from Keighley, West Yorks., was found guilty of two counts of rape. SWNS

Sufyan Ziarab, 22, from Keighley, West Yorks., was found guilty of two counts of rape.

His brother Bilal Ziarab, 21, from Bradford,West Yorks., was also found guilty of two counts of rape.

Yasser Kabir, 25, from Keighley was found guilty of three counts of Rape and not guilty of one count of rape.

Hussain Sardar, 19, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.

Nasir Khan, 22, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of two counts of rape.

Saqib Younis, 29, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.

Israr Ali, 19, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.

Faisal Khan, 27, from Keighley was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.

Zain Ali, 20, from Keighley, was found guilty of one count of rape and not guilty of a second count of rape.

Tanqueer Hussain, 23, from Keighley was found guilty of two counts of rape with regard to one victim, guilty of one count of raping a second underage victim and not guilty of a final count of rape.

Mohammed Akram, 63, was found guilty of sexual activity with a child under the age of 16.

UK Rape Jihad Epidemic : Muslim Grooming Gang Map Updated

Finally got round to updating the Muslim Paedo / Grooming Gang Map with some of the more recent incidents that have come to light at the end of 2014 and start of 2015. These include the two big sex gangs from Bradford and Newcastle from last week as well as a few less documented Muslim grooming gangs.

The scale of the problem is huge, with the recent additions taking the tally to  over 100 different entries on the map. Im certain there will be a lot more Muslim grooming gangs being exposed to add in the near future. This is not a problem that is just going to go away overnight.

Know of any Muslim grooming gangs that are missing?? Use the contact form located in the top menu and provide the details

Kafir Crusaders Muslim Grooming Gang / Paedo Map logging the rape jihad epidemic against British children

kafir crusaders interactive Muslim grooming gangs and muslim paedophiles map of the UK
Kafir Crusaders interactive Muslim grooming map




Peterborough Muslim Paedophile Given 12 For Sexual Exploitation

Muslim Mohammed Abbas  has become the 9th child abuser jailed as part of Operation Earle when he was given 12 years for sex assaults on a girl aged 12. Peterborough is hardly the first place that springs to mind when you think of places likely to be hotspots for Muslim grooming gangs. Yet the sheer number of arrests and court cases of Muslim paedophiles puts the town right up there with places notorious for Islamic sex gangs such as Rochdale, Rotherham, Burnley and Bradford

Man from Peterborough jailed for 12 years for sex assaults on girl

Mohammed Abbas jailed for 12 years for sex assaults on a girl

Mohammed Abbas jailed for 12 years for sex assaults on a girl



  • by Paul Grinnell

A man from Peterborough has been jailed for 12 years for having sex with an underage girl.

Mohammed Abbas (30) groomed the girl when she was 12 years old and took her to a park where he tried to have sex with her.

He would drive her around in his black BMW and take her to houses for sex.

 She would often not return home for several days.

The offences came to light as part of Operation Erle, which is an ongoing inquiry by police and Peterborough City Council into child sexual exploitation.

The victim was identified during another investigation under the same operation.

Abbas, previously of Gladstone Street, Peterborough, initially went on trial in June, however a jury at Peterborough Crown Court failed to reach a verdict.

A retrial started on Monday and he was convicted of two counts of sexual assault on a girl under 13 by penetration and two specimen charges of sexual activity with a child.

He was sentenced on Wednesday to 12 years for the sexual assault charges and eight years for the sexual activity, to run concurrently.

He will be deported after serving his sentence.

Abbas is the ninth person to be convicted under Operation Erle and brings the total sentences passed by judges in the inquiry to 101 years and nine months.

Further trials are anticipated.

Detective Superintendent Gary Ridgway said: “Abbas targeted and groomed a girl he knew to be underage for his own sexual gratification.

“His actions have hugely disrupted this young girl’s life and will have a lasting effect on her.

“She has shown great bravery in giving evidence against him at both trials in order that he be brought to justice and hopefully the verdicts will help her start to move on with her life.

“This is another example of how determined we are to tackle the exploitation of young people and will continue to work with partner agencies to identify those at risk and keep them safe from harm.”

The council’s executive director of children’s services, Sue Westcott, said: “This verdict represents further proof that we, alongside the police, are working relentlessly to bring to justice men who prey on young people.

“Once again this represents justice for a victim who had the courage to stand up in court and relive some very difficult experiences. Without this we could not have achieved this result.

“We are determined to stop these crimes happening in our city and we will continue to do everything in our power, along with the police, to stop girls becoming victims in the first place.

“We cannot do it alone; we need everyone in Peterborough to be aware of the signs and raise the alarm if they suspect that a young person might be at risk.”

Another Muslim Grooming Gang Found Guilty

Another bunch of evil Muslim paedophiles found guilty of 26 sex charges against one schoolgirl. Again this grooming gang case had escaped the media’s attention as they pick and choose what they report for community cohesion reasons. There is no place for political correctness or any kind of Muslim pandering when it comes to child abuse. The public have a right to be informed about it.

Jail For Four Men Who Sexually Attacked Girl 20 Times

5:53am 24th April 2014
(Updated 6:14am 24th April 2014)

Four Buckinghamshire men have been found guilty of twenty sex offences against one girl.

The 14-year-old was forced to take part in sexual acts and have sex a number of times between December 2011 and July 2012.

During their three week trial, Nazakat Mahmood, Ghulfaraz Nawaz, Omar Sharif and Haroon Rauf told Reading Crown Court that they thought she was 17.

But after Mahmood, Nawaz and Rauf were arrested, Sharif contacted the girl and said he’d undermine her statement.

He then blackmailed her into having sex with him.

Investigating officer Det Con Natalie Golding from Aylesbury Major Crime said:

“This was abuse of a young vulnerable girl in the most horrific way.

“All four men used this girl and then, when she had the courage to come to police, they denied the offences and continued to deny them.

“I want to thank the victim here for her bravery in coming forward and helping us to put these men behind bars.

“Hopefully this will go some way to showing other victims of sexual offences that we will listen to you and we will take you seriously.”

The full convictions are:

  • Nazakat Mahmood, aged 28, of Batchelors Way, Chesham was convicted of seven counts of sexual activity with a child and two counts of causing or inciting a child to engage in sexual activity.
  • Ghulfaraz Nawaz, aged 27, of Benham Close, Chesham, was convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child.
  • Haroon Rauf, aged 30, of Drakes Close, Amersham, was convicted of two counts of sexual activity with a child, one count of assault by beating,
  • Omar Sharif, aged 25, of Brockhurst Road, Chesham, was convicted of six counts of sexual activity with a child.

They’ll all be sentenced on May 16.


Middlesbrough Grooming Gang Jailed, Victims Harassed By Paedo Defenders

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

Jailed: Shakil Munir

The Northern Echo: Jailed: Shakil MunirJailed: Sakib Ahmed

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

“That is behaviour that needs to be condemned.”

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

They were watched over by scores of police.