May 21 2012
Yes, they ARE ‘Muslim’ paedophile gangs, NOT ‘Asian’ paedophile gangs as the politically correct crowd and the media in the UK insist upon calling them.
These gangs are predominantly Pakistani. But they are Not Buddhists, NOT Hindus, NOT Asians, they are ALL Muslims. See: Sikh and Hindu Leaders Protest Over ‘Asian’ Tag for Sex Gangs
Right Side News Evidence for the argument that Islam is the main factor can be found in the fact that the abduction, rape and sexual abuse of young girls by Muslim men is a serious problem in numerous different countries, including Sweden, Norway, Holland, France, Denmark, Pakistan, India, Somalia and Egypt. In each of these countries the victims all share the same profile: they are overwhelmingly non-Muslim. For instance, in Pakistan the victims are invariably Christian, in India they are Sikhs and Hindus, in Somalia they are Christians and Animists, and in Egypt they are Copts.
It is possible to look to Islam to explain why these men all chose such young victims. Unlike in the UK, where boys and girls are considered to bechildren until they reach the age of sixteen, many Islamic cultures consider young girls to have reached adulthood by the time that they are nine or ten.
This is rooted in the example set by Islam’s prophet Mohammed. The Islamic texts tell us Mohammed married Aisha when she was just six years old and that he consummated the marriage (had sex with her) when she was nine.
Muslim apologists will often object to Qur’anic references, claiming that they must be understood in their historical context. But this is not how they are understood in the Islamic world. In fact, the story of Mohammed’s wedding Aisha is well-known in the Muslim world and forms the foundation for the legalage of consent (or equivalent) in many Islamic countries.
The Qur’an tells us that Mohammed was “the most excellent example for all believers” (Sura 3:21), and this is a belief that has remained central to Islamic teaching ever since. And yet Islam’s prophet, a man who set a perfect example for Muslims to follow, had sex with a nine year old.
Being a ‘dhimmi’ means that any crimes committed against you are punished far less severely than they would be if committed against a Muslim (if they are punished at all). If you happen to be a woman then you’re in an even worse position.
If this is how Muslim men are encouraged to see non-Muslim women, as dhimmi who deserve little to no rights or protection, then that attitude would surely lead to exactly the sort of problem that we do have with Muslim grooming gangs.
The Qur’an also includes instructions about how a Muslim man should treat a woman that he has captured or has dominion over. In particular, it makes repeated references to that “which your right hand possess”, meaning that which you have taken by force or by other means. This applies to women in the same way as it applies to property. That “which your right hand possess” is yours to do with as you will, since Allah would not have allowed you to gain possession of it if it were not! If you can seize it, you can do what you like with it.
It is certainly possible to argue about the extent to which this attitude persists. But we need only look as far as a few examples to see how the Islamic world treats women: stoned to death for adultery under the Taliban and barely allowed out of the house in Saudi Arabia. Even in Britain, Muslim women are encased in Burqas or subjected to Sharia Law – where their testimony counts for half of that of a Muslim man.
Hostile attitudes towards both women and unbelievers have permeated Islamic culture for centuries. In Britain the Muslim community has been highly successful at resisting integration and maintaining many of its traditional cultural attitudes.
Given Mohammed’s personal legacy, common Muslim attitudes towards women and non-Muslims and the ever-present influence of Islamic teachings, there is more than enough reason to consider the role that Islam has played in the emergence of Muslim grooming gangs.
And yet despite all the evidence, it still remains taboo to mention Islam in relation to these crimes. The authorities may chastise themselves for being too afraid of being accused of racism, but their fixation on race disguises the fact that they’ve replaced one fear with another. Instead of the fear of being called racist, they’re now terrified of being accused of the new ultimate sin: Islamophobia.