Sunday, September 25, 2016

Mother-of-three, 26, 'abducted and raped by a gang of six migrants from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain after her drink was spiked'

  • The 26-year-old said she woke up in a strange house with cuts and bruises
  • She believes her drink had been spiked on a night out in Sunderland 
  • The attack provoked far-right protesters to demonstrate in the city  
  • Police arrested six men from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain over the rape   
A mother-of-three has allegedly been drugged and raped by a gang of migrants – sparking violent demonstrations.

The 26-year-old said she woke up in a strange house with cuts and bruises, and believes her drink had been spiked on a night out before she was abducted and sexually assaulted.

Police arrested and bailed six men - aged between 20-30 - from Iraq, Syria and Bahrain over the September 4 attack in Sunderland. 

Far-right supporters organised a protest six days in the city after the alleged attack which turned violent. 

Those on the march, including members of the Sunderland Defence League, met outside The Ivy Leaf Club at 11am on September 10.

They smashed windows at the terraced house where the woman says she was attacked and clashed with a counter protest, led by members of the Asian community. 

Police rushed to control the demonstrations which was attended by dozens protesters.

Two Asian men, unconnected with the alleged rape, were injured and five men, all from Sunderland, were arrested for offences including affray.  

Philip Hacker, 38, was charged with affray and possessing a controlled drug; Gary Hutchinson was charged with affray; Sean Ruffell, 25, was charged with affray and possessing an offensive weapon; Darren Kerr, 25, was charged with affray and Kevin Sayers, 30, was charged with disorderly conduct.

Sunderland Central MP Julie Elliott last night called for calm.

Southern Area Command Chief Inspector Paul Milner said: 'We know the woman had been in Sunderland City Centre on Saturday night before waking up in a strange address in Peel Street with cuts and bruises. 

'She managed to leave the house and get to a family member's home at around 5am on Sunday morning.

'The victim believes her drink may have been spiked. 

'This is obviously a very serious incident and something we know the local community will be concerned about and we will have officers on patrol to offer reassurance to anyone who may be concerned and answer any queries they may have.' 

The six men are on bail until October 17.

Anyone with information should contact Northumbria Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.     


Pakistani-born Coronation Street star Marc Anwar sacked for racism after calling Indians 'b******s' in Twitter rant

  • Marc Anwar, 45, who plays the role of Sharif Nazir in Coronation Street referred to Indians as b******s' and 'p***-drinking c***s' on Twitter 
  • Following his rant on social media he was reportedly fired from the show
  • ITV said they were 'deeply shocked' by the 'racially offensive comments' 
  • Comments come days after an attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir 
Pakistan-born Coronation Street actor Marc Anwar has been fired from the soap for a racist rant on social media.

Mr Anwar, 45, who plays the role of Sharif Nazir in Corrie, referred to Indians as b******s' and 'p***-drinking c***s' on Twitter.

On his account - which ironically says 'it's not what you say, but what you do' - he also wrote: 'Why the f*** do Pakistani artists want to work in f***face India? Do you love money so much?'  

His comments come days after an attack on an Indian army base in Kashmir killed 18 soldiers. India claimed Pakistan was behind the attack, something it has denied.

Marc Anwar, 45, who plays the role of Sharif Nazir in Corrie, referred to Indians as b******s' and 'p***-drinking c***s' on Twitter
Marc Anwar, 45, who plays the role of Sharif Nazir in Corrie, referred to Indians as b******s' and 'p***-drinking c***s' on Twitter

An ITV spokesman told the Sunday Mirror: 'We are deeply shocked by the entirely unacceptable, racially offensive comments made on Twitter by Marc Anwar.

'We have talked to Marc and, as a consequence of his comments, he will not be returning to Coronation Street with immediate effect.' 

Mr Anwar, from Rochdale, joined Coronation Street in 2014 to play the role of Kal's [Jimi Mistry] father in what was the first Muslim family on the show. 

In the soap he is a businessman and had recently been at the centre of a storyline surrounding a seven year long affair and new blackmail plot.

The Sunday Mirror alerted ITV bosses to the Twitter rant and the actor was reportedly sacked within hours. 

ITV said in a statement: 'We are deeply shocked by the entirely unacceptable, racially offensive comments made on Twitter by Marc Anwar.

'We have talked to Marc and, as a consequence of his comments, he will not be returning to Coronation Street with immediate effect.'

Mr Anwar, from Rochdale, joined Coronation Street in 2014 to play the role of Kal's [Jimi Mistry] father in what was the first Muslim family on the show
Mr Anwar, from Rochdale, joined Coronation Street in 2014 to play the role of Kal's [Jimi Mistry] father in what was the first Muslim family on the show
In the soap he is a businessman and had recently been at the centre of a storyline surrounding a seven year long affair and new blackmail plot, but he will now be cut out of the soap
In the soap he is a businessman and had recently been at the centre of a storyline surrounding a seven year long affair and new blackmail plot, but he will now be cut out of the soap

Mr Anwar also attacked Indian PM Narendra Modi and Pakistan leader Nawaz Sharif in an offensive tweet.

He wrote: 'F***ing Indians killing our #Kashmir brothers and sisters, beygairth Nawaz Sharif still sucking Modi. Lul!'

Last night the actor - whose Twitter account is now locked to private - reportedly deleted two of his most offensive messages. 

Just two months ago he was pictured with police endorsing their campaign against hate crime.   
The 45-year-old, who appeared in the 51st State starring Samuel L Jackson, is the first Corrie star to be sacked since Chris Fountain in 2013.

He was fired after being filmed wearing a Halloween mask and delivering a number of obscene and expletive-filled rhymes, which included boasts of violence and rape.

Campaigners welcomed ITV's decision to sack him last night.  

Fiyaz Mughal, director of the charity Faith Matters, said: 'It's unacceptable for anyone today to put material online that targets a segment of a population. You can't just blame a whole group of people for a conflict.

'Marc needs to reflect, and in a way retract what he said, and understand you can't go online and add fuel to the fire. 

Baroness Hussein-Ece, a Liberal Democrat and anti-racism campaigner, said: 'He is a public figure and he's gone about this in the wrong way.' 

The actor's comments come amid escalating tensions between the two nuclear-armed neighbours. 

It follows 10 weeks of protests in Kashmir, in which almost 90 people have died, the vast majority of whom were civilians. 

Pakistan's PM claimed India was carrying out an unprecedented arms build-up in the region, while India described Pakistan as a terrorist state. 

This has raised fears of a military confrontation between the two countries. 

MailOnline has contacted Mr Anwar for a response.   


'Bribed' to go home

  • A senior immigration official appeared on a spiritual guru's TV show 
  • He promoted the new measures to effectively 'pay' migrants to leave
  • Critics say scheme amounts to a bribe for those who've committed a crime
Thousands of illegal immigrants are being offered bribes to leave Britain with ‘tailored packages’ that include free flights, money to start up businesses and help with finding schools for their children.

The Home Office is also offering failed asylum seekers and those who overstay their visa an amnesty from arrest if they attend meetings to discuss their return.

And they are promising that anyone who leaves voluntarily could be allowed back into the UK in as little as two years, whereas those forcibly deported are banned from returning for a decade.

In an astonishing example of the official drive to effectively ‘pay’ illegal immigrants to leave, a senior immigration official has even appeared on a spiritual guru’s TV show to promote the new measures. 

But critics say the generous terms of the Voluntary Returns Scheme amounts to a bribe that sends out the message that it is OK to be in the UK illegally.

IRANIAN TORTURE GUARD STAYS DUE TO RISK OF TORTURE

The woman – known only as AB to protect her and her family’s identity – spent years taking dissidents to face interrogation and death at the hands of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps, the powerful military unit that stamps out opposition to Iran’s strict Islamic rule.
She fled to the UK after helping a relative escape from the women’s jail in which she worked.
Her claim for asylum on the grounds she had ‘only been obeying orders’ was rejected because the Home Office believed she had ‘committed a crime against humanity’, and she was denied protection as a refugee in the UK.
But incredibly the woman remains here as judges have said she would be at risk of torture if returned to Iran.
The Home Office said last night: ‘When an individual is excluded from the protection of the Refugee Convention but whose return to their country of origin would engage the UK’s obligations under the European Convention on Human Rights, they are granted a form of leave in line with Home Office restricted leave policy.’ 
Tory backbencher Andrew Bridgen said: ‘This looks like a bribe for people who have already committed a criminal act by being here illegally. 

And it could act as an incentive for more people to come illegally.’

Conservative MP Philip Hollobone added: ‘If people surrender themselves, it may be an arrest is not required but we should continue to arrest illegal immigrants.’

It is estimated as many as a million illegal immigrants may be living in Britain, either having overstayed their visas or having smuggled themselves into the country.

Experts admit that the Government does not have the resources to find and deport all of them.

Richard Lederle, leader of the South-East England immigration compliance and enforcement team, recently appeared on a cable TV show called Spiritual Live to advertise the Home Office’s new stance.

He told guru Shri RajRajeshwar Guruji: ‘We’ve changed the approach over the past six to 12 months, where we are running these surgeries within the communities to give this free advice to those who find themselves in an increasingly difficult situation and here illegally.

‘What you get with the Voluntary Returns Service is a more tailored, bespoke package specific to the individual needs of that case. 

That would include potential medical assistance, certainly if there’s family, and in terms of potential reintegration, we’re looking at education costs, possible work placements on return to country of origin.’

Mr Lederle added: ‘There has to be a benefit. If you’re returned through the enforced route, you face almost inevitably a ten-year return ban.

 The benefits could be a reduction to as little as two years. You can talk face-to-face without fear of being arrested. Let’s be absolutely clear on that point, if they are willing to turn up to those surgeries, they will not be arrested.’

Surgeries are being held at Sikh gurdwaras and Hindu temples, mainly in North and West London, to agree travel plans.

 The new approach contrasts with the Home Office’s campaign three years ago, when it tried to scare illegal immigrants by driving a van around London bearing the message: 

‘In the UK illegally? Go home or face arrest.’

 A review found only 11 people had left as a direct result.

The Home Office has paid failed asylum seekers and those whose visas have expired to return home since 1999. 

However, the latest figures show the numbers taking this up have fallen, from a high of 6,200 in 2006 to just 1,635 last year.

In 2012-13, the most recent year for which detailed figures are available, £8.8 million was spent on the scheme including £2.1 million on flights and £37,000 on travel documents, with much of the rest going on help for the returnees to start new lives back home. Each individual can get up to £2,000.

A Home Office spokesman said the new system aims to save £5 million a year, adding: ‘Enforced returns cost the taxpayer several thousand pounds. 

Helping those depart voluntarily costs much less.’

MAN JAILED FOR HURTING SON 'TO GET THOUSANDS'


'Deceitful': Awadalla Ibrahim
'Deceitful': Awadalla Ibrahim
An illegal immigrant who dodged deportation for 15 years, despite being jailed for injuring his three-year-old son, is in line for tens of thousands of pounds in compensation.

Sudanese Awadalla Ibrahim, above, claimed he had been held in a detention centre for too long while officials tried to deport him – even though his refusal to co-operate delayed his release.

 The 34-year-old, branded ‘deceitful’ in court papers, sued the Home Office after his release, persuading a High Court judge that the last 11 months of his nearly three-year detention had been illegal.

The ruling means Ibrahim is entitled to claim damages for the time he was wrongly held – from the end of 2014 until November last year.

 Based on similar cases, he could receive as much as £100,000.

 In 2012, he was convicted of wounding over an attack on his son. 

The Home Office declined to comment on his case but it is understood officials still hope he can be sent back to Sudan.

Ibrahim said last night that his son was accidentally hit by his mobile phone and that he hopes to stay in the UK. 





Monday, September 19, 2016

Armed police will be sent in to patrol Canterbury Cathedral amid growing terror threat across Europe

  • Gun-carrying officers to stand guard outside Kent's iconic place of worship
  • Extra patrols will also guard Bluewater shopping centre and Dover's port 
  • Comes after Home Office announced all police forces should increase firearms patrols to protect the public  
Gun-carrying officers will stand guard outside Canterbury Cathedral in Kent (pictured) after an increase in the number of international terror attacks and a rise in national threat levels
Gun-carrying officers will stand guard outside Canterbury Cathedral in Kent (pictured) after an increase in the number of international terror attacks and a rise in national threat levels
Armed police will patrol Canterbury Cathedral from today in the latest tightening of security following terror attacks in Europe.

Gun-carrying officers will stand guard outside the iconic place of worship after an increase in the number of international terror attacks and a rise in national threat levels.

The Cathedral - founded in 597AD - was rebuilt by William the Conqueror and is one of England's oldest Christian buildings surviving the Dissolution of the Monasteries and the Blitz.

Extra patrols will also guard Bluewater shopping centre and Dover's port although Kent Police stress there was no direct threat to the Cathedral or other sites.

The move follows a Home Office announcement that all police forces in England and Wales should increase firearms patrols to protect the public.

Kent Deputy Chief Constable Paul Brandon said: 'As of today we will deploying armed officers at a number of iconic site across the county.

'We're doing the initial patrolling today from within the resources we have, supplemented with overtime, but are actually in the process of recruiting a number of new firearms officers to be deployed to other parts of the county.'

DCC Brandon added: 'We continue to regularly review the threat levels in the county in consultation with the Home Office to ensure we provide the most appropriate protection for the people of Kent.

'While we are not expecting a direct threat to the county, we do want to make sure that should circumstances change quickly, we are adequately prepared.

'Some of the locations extra patrols will visit include Canterbury city centre including the Cathedral, the Port of Dover and Bluewater, and we want the public to know what we're doing to protect them and not to panic if they see officers with firearms or tasers on patrol.

'An increase in firearms and taser patrols at key locations around the county will help us to continue to provide a first class service to the people of Kent.'

But finding enough armed police to man the cathedral and large shopping centres while also increasing the ranks at the Port of Dover may prove difficult, Kent's crime commissioner Matthew Scott warned last week.

He said: 'It is a challenge because you are asking someone, in the most severe circumstances, to take someone's life and that isn't something that every officer feels comfortable putting themselves forward for.

'We don't have huge numbers of firearms officers, but the ones we do have we must ensure that they have the best training and best equipment to go out and do the jobs they do.'

The armed officers will also carry tasers. 

The heightened security measures come days after a failed car bomb attack targeted Notre Dame cathedral. 

A 19-year-old woman was charged with attempted murder for stabbing a police officer on duty outside the cathedral earlier this month. 

In July an 84-year-old priest was killed by ISIS-inspired terrorists while he delivered mass in a church near the northern French city of Rouen. 

It led to an increase in security around British places of worship as authorities warned of similar attacks in the UK

British ISIS fanatic is jailed for life for the murder of an imam who was attacked with a hammer on his way home from prayers at a mosque

  • Mohammed Hussain Syeedy, 21, murdered Jalal Uddin in Rochdale
  • Mr Uddin, a respected imam, was bludgeoned to death in February 
  • Jury took four hours to convict him after a four week trial in Manchester
  • Accomplice Mohammed Kadir, 24, is believed to have fled to Syria
Mohammed Syeedy has been convicted of murdering an imam who he and friend believed practised 'black magic'
Mohammed Syeedy has been convicted of murdering an imam who he and friend believed practised 'black magic'
A British ISIS supporter has been jailed for life for stalking and murdering an imam who had his head caved in with a hammer.

Mohammed Syeedy, 21, was consumed by hatred of Jalal Uddin, 71, because he practised a form of Islamic healing in Rochdale's Bangladeshi community which the terror group consider 'black magic'.

Former Manchester United steward Syeedy acted as getaway driver for another man, Mohammed Kadir, 24, who bludgeoned Mr Uddin to death in a children's play area on the early evening of February 18.

Syeedy was today handed a life sentence and ordered to serve a minimum of 24 years.

Kadir fled the UK three days after the killing and it is thought he may now be in Syria. 

The pair developed a hatred of Mr Uddin because he used a form of healing involving amulets, known as taweez, which are said to bring good fortune.

They stalked Mr Uddin for six months and called him 'Voldemort',the evil wizard in Harry Potter, because they saw his faith healing as 'black magic', the trial heard.

In the dock: British ISIS supporter Mohammed Hussain Syeedy has been found guilty of stalking and murdering an Imam who had his head caved in with a hammer.

Imam Jalal Uddin had his head caved in with a hammer
British ISIS supporter Syeedy (left) was found guilty of stalking and murdering Imam Jalal Uddin (right) who had his head caved in with a hammer

Evidence: Photographs show Syeedy posting with a flag of the Shahada - the Muslim profession of faith -  draped over road signs in Rochdale (shown above)
Evidence: Photographs show Syeedy posting with a flag of the Shahada - the Muslim profession of faith - draped over road signs in Rochdale (shown above)

Their intention turned to murder after they saw a photograph of the former imam – who they regarded as a 'magician' - with Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk at the end of last year. 

Mr Uddin, who was 71 at the time of his death, was bludgeoned in a park in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, in a horrific attack with a hammer because they believed that he was practicing 'black magic' and needed to be 'punished'.

The jury of six men and six women today found the defendant guilty of murder after four hours of deliberations.

Jailing Syeedy today, judge Sir David Maddison told him: 'You and your co accused considered [taweez] to be a form of black magic that could not be tolerated in Islam.

'You were involved in a number of plots.

 The first plot was to get Jalal Uddin deported, the second was to report him to the mosque committee. The final plot was either kill him or to cause extremely serious harm to him.

The judge added: 'It seems to me this was a case of two members of the Muslim faith killing another member of the Muslim faith solely because they disagreed with a particular act undertaken by that person.'

Syeedy held his hands to his face in shock after the foreman delivered the verdict after about four hours of jury deliberations.

He later shook his head several times with his face covered as he sat down. 

As part of his defence, Syeedy claimed that he had been personally affected by the acts of ISIS, after the death of taxi driver Alan Henning who was his older brother's good friend, branding them as 'disgusting' in his evidence.

He also travelled as part of an aid convoy, Rochdale to Syria, in 2013, where the defence suppose that he was radicalised.

The pair were said to have sympathised with the ISIS ideology that Taweez are 'black magic' and the magicians practicing it should be killed.

They and their associates carried out secret surveillance to establish where Mr Uddin was living and in August 2015 raided the mosque where he kept his books of 'spells' and other precious religious materials.

On September 6 'covertly-recorded' footage of Mr Uddin was sent to Syeedy's phone, and showed the victim, wearing a white head scarf, walking past the window.

Syeedy and Kadir initially plotted to report Mr Uddin to immigration authorities in the hope he would be deported back to Bangladesh for overstaying his visa.

A photograph found on Mohammed Hussain Syeedy's mobile phone shows him posing with a flag in Rochdale and performing what prosecutors claim is an 'ISIS-salute' alongside a friend
A photograph found on Mohammed Hussain Syeedy's mobile phone shows him posing with a flag in Rochdale and performing what prosecutors claim is an 'ISIS-salute' alongside a friend

He was supported by members of the community, moving from property to property in fear for being discovered by the immigration authorities.

However the plan to get Mr Uddin deported was cast aside after he was pictured with Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk, leading them to believe that deportation would be difficult.

A WhatsApp message sent to Syeedy's phone along with the photograph of the victim with the MP read: 'Oh c**p… Voldemort never gonna be busted by immigration now'.

Believing that getting Mr Uddin deported would be difficult, the pair plotted to kill him. On February 18 this year, the pair met up and travelled to the Jalalia Mosque where they saw Mr Uddin.

They then stalked him to a property on South Street in Syeedy's black Astra, with the lights turned off so Mr Uddin wouldn't recognise them.

Manchester Crown Court heard how Syeedy travelled in a convoy to Syria in December 2013, shortly after his elder brother left with Alan Henning, 47, pictured, on a similar mission
Manchester Crown Court heard how Syeedy travelled in a convoy to Syria in December 2013, shortly after his elder brother left with Alan Henning, 47, pictured, on a similar mission

Just after 8.30pm Mr Uddin left the property, and entered a park further up the road. Syeedy dropped Kadir off, and the pair were separated for less than two minutes before Kadir was back in his car.

The prosecution say that this was to allow Kadir to 'attack at speed'. Mr Uddin suffered severe head injuries, with his dentures being broken in half inside his mouth and having the imprint of a hammer head on his forehead.

Syeedy, who pleaded not guilty to both murder and manslaughter, denies the fact that he is an ISIS supporter, despite extremist material being found on his mobile phone.

Among these were photographs of Syeedy and his associates raising index figure salutes, which are said to signify an allegiance to ISIS, it is claimed.

Kadir travelled to Instanbul after the killing and is believed to had fled to Syria three days after killing Mr Uddin. 

He has a history of posting ISIS-related material online. In February 2015, he updated his profile picture on a social network with an image containing a quote about armies carrying black flags.

He also posted a photograph of a lounge with a television in the background showing an image of an ISIS flag. 

He also posted an English-language nasheed produced by ISIS with the chorus: "We are the soldiers that fight in the day and the night." 


Teenager, 'plotted suicide nail bomb attacks on London landmarks including Buckingham Palace and a 9/11 anniversary Elton John gig funded by online loans'

  • 19-year-old Haroon Ali-Syed was arrested in west London last week
  • He is accused of planning a mass-casualty terror attack on London
  • Prosecutors believed he planned to target a crowded landmark
  • He has been remanded in custody until another court hearing is held 
A young Muslim man is accused of attempting to buy guns and a suicide vest for an Islamic State-inspired massacre at Buckingham Palace.

Haroon Ali-Syed, 19, was arrested by counter-terrorism officers amid fears he was on the brink of committing an atrocity.

The IT student is also suspected of trying to contact a bombmaker to build a nail bomb, and researching an Elton John concert in Hyde Park which took place on Sunday to mark the anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

Haroon Ali-Syed, 19, from Hounslow in west London, pictured in a court sketch, was arrested last week on suspicion of a terror offence
Haroon Ali-Syed, 19, from Hounslow in west London, pictured in a court sketch, was arrested last week on suspicion of a terror offence

He is charged with planning to carry out an attack at a central London landmark, potentially Buckingham Palace or Oxford Street.

It is understood evidence against Ali-Syed was gathered in a joint operation between MI5 and Scotland Yard.

An undercover officer, posing as an extremist, infiltrated his circle and allegedly recorded exchanges of him preparing a terrorist attack.

Ali-Syed is accused of attempting to get hold of an improvised pressure cooker bomb built to instructions published online by Al Qaeda.

He allegedly made applications for loans worth £8,000 to finance his plans. 

Yesterday, he appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court charged with preparing an act of terrorism between April 12 and September 9.

Prosecutor Thomas Halpin said Ali-Syed tried to contact someone online 'to make an incendiary explosive device,' asking an intermediary: 'How many people this one bomb can kill or injure?'

He added: 'His internet searches show he is searching busy places in London. Oxford Street, upcoming events in London. He is looking at internet searches.

 Where are soldiers in the UK, London's top ten most crowded boroughs, Buckingham Palace, Royal Marines Reserve, City of London.'

District Judge Elizabeth Roscoe remanded Ali-Syed in custody and ordered him to appear at the Old Bailey next Monday.

Ali-Syed is one of three men arrested during dawn raids and searches by unarmed officers in London and the Home Counties last Thursday.

 No weapons or bomb-making materials were recovered in the operation.

A second man, aged 20, was also held in west London on suspicion of preparing a terrorist act and failing to disclose information regarding an act of terrorism.

A third man, aged 19, who is originally from Mosul, Iraq, was arrested on suspicion of a religiously aggravated offence.

Both men were released on bail. Just three months ago, Met Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe warned it is a case of 'when, not if', the UK will be hit by Islamic State-inspired terrorists.

The force is arresting a terrorist suspect every day and recently unveiled elite teams of motorcycle gun cops whose job is to foil a marauding attack.

Born in Ealing, west London, Ali-Syed is one of three brothers. His family has links to Slough, High Wycombe, Southall and Hounslow.

The family is originally from Pakistan, where his father still has interests in 'land and property'.


Monday, September 12, 2016

.Massive cover-up of Muslim rape gang activity in the UK

The scandalous Rotherham case of 1,400 girls sexually assaulted by Muslim men while the establishment negligently sat by and did nothing out of fear of being branded “racist” wasn’t enough of a lesson. The assaults continued in even larger numbers against young girls, reaching a staggering 1 million by estimations.
This report is so shocking that it invokes a sense of disbelief, which is perhaps why Western citizens are not in collective uproar over such atrocities. It is appalling and inexcusable that any “authorities” could so spinelessly sit by, petrified of being branded racist/Islamophobic, and would neglect their duties as responsible human beings and violate every professional code of ethics, in allowing these heinous assaults to continue. Such a capitulation to Islamic supremacists in Western society, combined with cover-ups of their doing so (at the cost of the ruined lives of innocents) reveals that British society in dangerous decline.
It would seem that the West is slowly succumbing to a two-tier legal system to accommodate Islamic supremacists: one in which democratic citizens are prosecuted for crimes and assaults under Western laws and another in which Sharia law exonerates Muslims from responsibility for crimes against innocent Westerners.  
assaults
“’Easy Meat.’ Britain’s Muslim Rape Gang Cover-Up”, by Dale Hurd, CBN News, August 30, 2016:
LONDON — Some scandals are so massive that they’re simply hard to believe. As many as one million white English children may have been the victims of Muslim rape gangs, better known as grooming gangs, in towns up and down Great Britain.
Policy analyst George Igler says, “When you encounter an issue that is just so unbelievable, just so outside your frame of reference and understanding, the immediate human reaction is just one to not believe it at all.”
Perhaps even harder to believe is that while there have been prosecutions, the British government has still not stopped this criminal activity.
Easy Targets
Former Home Secretary and parliament member Jack Straw once said, “There’s a particular problem involving Pakistani heritage men who target young, vulnerable, white English girls.”  He also said these Pakistani heritage men view white English girls as “easy meat.”
This is when some shout ‘racism,’ but here are the facts: calculations based on convictions show that a British Muslim male is 170 times more likely to be a part of sex grooming gang than a non-Muslim. And there are no recorded instances of non-Muslims doing this to Muslim girls as part of a criminal enterprise. In one local jurisdiction, it was estimated that six out of seven Muslim males either knew about, or were part of, a grooming gang.
Igler says, “What you do not have is any example of non-Muslim men targeting Muslim girls for this organized form of abuse. So, the argument that this crime exists everywhere is not only false, but is being deliberately cultivated by the media and by the government inquiry that is kicking the can down the road.”
The grooming gangs have been traced back as far as the late 1980s. At-risk white English girls, often from broken homes and some as young as nine years old, were wooed or “groomed” by teenage Muslim boys called ‘Romeos’ and even by groups of Muslim men who hung around school gates. The girl would be made to feel important; given gifts and drugs. She was being groomed to be a drug addicted prostitute. Then came the gang rapes. They were threatened with death if they tried to flee.
Igler says, “The thing you have to understand about this rape of children is it’s not just sexual abuse. It is unspeakable levels of violence, victims being raped with knives, victims being raped with bottles, victims having their tongues nailed to tables. These are sometimes girls who are picked up from a children’s home on a Friday, are being raped during the course of a weekend by hundreds of men and returned with bleeding groins back to the children’s’ home on a Monday morning and they don’t do anything about it at all.”….
No Law or Order
The said authorities often make it sound like it was the girl’s fault, or her parents’ fault, “because you don’t have control of your child.”
Igler says, “If you are a young English girl, particularly between the ages of nine and 14, and you find yourself subject to the perversions of Muslim men, you effectively exist in a country where the forces of law and order don’t exist at all.”
Stephen Lennon, also known as Tommy Robinson, former leader of the English Defence League, was just a young boy in the town of Luton when he learned a family member had been victimized by a grooming gang. He told us, “I first knew because my cousin was raped and she was found naked and running from the Muslim community, age 13. She was taken by the prostitutes on the street. The police wouldn’t help. All the police would say is she’s a drug addict. She was a drug addict. She became hooked on drugs after they were grooming and raping her. ”
Some say grooming gangs originate from a particular region of Pakistan. But others point out that the Quran encourages Muslims to take enemy women as sex slaves, and that Muhammed had sex with a 9-year-old wife.
ISIS has publicly defended sexual slavery, saying, “enslaving the families of the infidels and taking their women as concubines is a firmly established aspect of the Sharia, or Islamic law.”
Victims of a Multicultural Revolution
The reason these crimes were covered up and continue to this day is political correctness. No one wanted to be called a racist.
The definitive book on this scandal is “Easy Meat” by Peter McLoughlin, who declined an on-camera interview for safety reasons. He told us, “Journalists would not speak about it, because the perpetrators were mostly dark-skinned and Muslim. Childcare professionals used Political Correctness as an ‘omerta,’ a code of silence concerning what the public was allowed to know.”
Read an in-depth Interview with Peter McLoughlin here
“These girls are the victims of the multicultural revolution,” says Igler, “and it is certainly an indication of the fact that this accusation of racism is potentially the most powerful weapon known to man.”  “This is also an example of what can happen in a country of 60 million where the press just refuses to report; where the cries of all these agencies fail; fail to merely discuss what is going on.”
The cover up was eventually exposed, yet the grooming gangs continue to operate. One victim told a British newspaper, “Nothing has changed, not in the slightest. It’s still the same scale as before.”
Igler said of the grooming gangs, “They get sexual kicks out of ruining the most precious possession that people have, their daughters.”
Stephen Lennon warned that there will be repercussions.
He told us, “There’s no blood on my hands, but there will be a lot of blood spilled in this country, and it will be on the hands of our leaders. And there will come a time when they will realize what they have done, and the country’s people will realize what they’ve done, as well. They’ve sold us out. They’ve destroyed our nation. They’ve destroyed our culture.”