What’s the one thing all these paedophile sex gang rapist pimps in the UK have in common?

soldforsexbrochure-350pxcrop-300x277YES, THEY ARE MUSLIMS…mostly Pakistani Muslims. Eight more have been found guilty in the capital of Muslim rape gangs – Rotherham – where thousands of  young white British girls have been kidnapped and sold into sex slavery for Muslims. Like the hundreds of Muslim men who have come before them, another gang of eight have been found guilty of sexually exploiting teenage girls in Rotherham, who were subjected to acts of a “degrading and violent nature.”

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UK Mirror (h/t Simon C)  The three victims have been praised for coming forward after they were “targeted” and “sexualised” by the men 13 years ago, a court heard.

The eight MUSLIMS, who include four members of the same family, where unanimously convicted of all 19 counts, including rape, indecent assault and false imprisonment, after 18 hours of jury deliberations.

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During the course of the trial, a court heard the main complainant, who is now aged 27, originally made two complaints to police when she was just 13. However no action was ever taken as South Yorkshire Police lost her clothing and failed to carry out a scientific examination, despite her family writing to then Home Secretary David Blunkett about the abuse.

She told police in April and October 2003 that she had been raped and physically attacked by Sageer Hussain. She eventually asked for the case to be dropped after her family were subjected to threats by the MUSLIM gang.

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An official inquiry into exploitation in Rotherham in 2014 by Professor Alexis Jay concluded that 1,400 children had been raped, trafficked and attacked between 1997 and 2013 by gangs of largely Asian men, and that the victims were effectively ignored.

His report said: “By far the majority of perpetrators were described as MUSLIM (euphemistically called ‘Asian’ in politically correct Britain) by victims, yet throughout the entire period, councillors did not engage directly with the Pakistani-heritage community to discuss how best they could jointly address the issue. 

Ringleader Sageer Hussain, 30

Ringleader Sageer Hussain, 30

“Some councillors seemed to think it was a one-off problem, which they hoped would go away.

“Several staff described their nervousness about identifying the ethnic origins of perpetrators for fear of being thought racist; others remembered clear direction from their managers not to do so.”

Ishtiaq Khaliq, 33

Ishtiaq Khaliq, 33

Michelle Colborne QC, who prosecuted the case, said: “The girl and her family were being subjected to threats and intimidation by those MUSLIM men and were very frightened. “They sought help from social services and the police.  “They wrote to their Member of Parliament and the Home Secretary.” 

Ms Colborne said the family eventually had to move away from South Yorkshire to Spain to get away from the abuse.

Mohammed Whied, 32

Mohammed Whied, 32

Sheffield Crown Court, South Yorks., heard she later worked with victims of sexual exploitation and wrote a book about the subject, as well as appearing in a TV documentary.  Ms Colborne said the woman went back to the police in 2013 to reaffirm that the allegations she had made a decade previously were in fact true.

The prosecutor said the victims were “targeted, sexualised and in some instances subjected to attacks of a degrading and violent nature at the hands of these men”.

Waleed Ali, 34,

Waleed Ali, 34

Ms Colborne said: “These were local girls – some had perfectly normal lives but were lured by the excitement and friendship of older Asian males.” 

Sageer Hussain played a key role in “befriending young girls who were flattered that he and his friends wanted to spend time with them”, Ms Colborne said. The trial heard Hussain used the main complainant for “his own gratification and passed her to friends, older brothers and associates”. 

Basharat Hussain, 40

Basharat Hussain, 40

Hussain’s cousins Mohammed Whied and Asif Ali – as well as his older brother Basharat Hussain, were also involved in the gang’s abuse of the girl.

Ms Colborne added: “In the space of months, she had gone from being a normal happy child from a stable supportive family to one who was secretive and distant. “Her mother watched her daughter change from a loving, lovely girl to one she describes as horrible and she was powerless to control it.” 

Masoued Malik, 32

Masoued Malik, 32

Ms Colborne said the girl live a “life of deceit and fear” after being lured into it by the gang.
She said: “They told her she owed them something because they had given her cigarettes, alcohol and cannabis. 

“As time moved on, the threats became nasty in nature. They threatened to gang-rape her mother and they made it clear they were serious.” 

Asif Ali, 30,

Asif Ali, 30

Ms Colborne said on one occasion, two of the defendants – Masoued Malik and Naeem Rafiq – took the girl to the flat of a man described by the girl as a ‘Kosovan refugee’ called Zalgai Ahmadi where she was forced to perform sex acts on a number of men.  Other incidents occurred in an alleyway by Boots in Rotherham town centre and at Clifton Park in the town.

Speaking after the verdict, Detective Chief Inspector Martin Tate said: “This trial marks the culmination of three years of investigative work by South Yorkshire Police, Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council and the Crown Prosecution Service into the calculated and organised sexual exploitation of young girls in Rotherham.

Naeem Rafiq, 33

Naeem Rafiq, 33

“The verdicts today are of massive importance to the young women who have come forward to report years of horrific sexual abuse at the hands of these criminals. “They had to endure what no child should and have shown remarkable bravery throughout our inquiry.

“From coming forward to officers, to providing video and written interviews, through to reliving their traumatic and awful abuse before the jury, they have carried themselves with composure and dignity.

Peter Mann, of CPS Yorkshire and Humberside, said: “Their victims were targeted, sexualised, and in some cases subjected to degrading and violent acts. 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, assisted in various ways by the other defendants.”

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