Friday, June 22, 2018

Islamic school head forced out after weapons and £400,000 cash found at flat in grounds

Raid: police at the school last month
Officers were called to the Darul Uloom school in Chislehurst on May 30 after reports of a man brandishing a gun. 
Headteacher’s son Yusuf Musa, who was the school’s designated safeguarding staff member, was arrested in connection with the incident. 
Officers found a toy gun at his flat as well as bladed weapons and more than £400,000 in cash, Westminster magistrates’ court heard.
Headteacher Mustafa Musa was arrested the following day on suspicion of money laundering, sparking an emergency application by the Department for Education to shut the school. Government officials told the court they were concerned about the safety of the 155 pupils and applied for an order to suspend the school from the official register. 
At court this morning, the school fended off the closure bid by agreeing that Mr Musa, and his son, will have “no involvement whatsoever” with the school in the future.
The two men are now banned from the grounds, including Yusuf Musa’s flat, and accommodation for pupils who pay £3,000-a-year fees as boarders. 
The school may be shut temporarily until a government-approved trustee has been appointed to handle safeguarding. 
An independent safeguarding audit must be carried out and the school must accept and act on any recommendations, the court heard. 
Chief magistrate Emma Arbuthnot, who was due to hear the application, said: “I had real concerns and understand why the department brought the application. I had a concern about what £400,000 was doing in cash at the school — I think that’s a danger to the school. 
If all the parents know they send money in and pay their fees in cash, that is a risk to the school. I would like there to be a bank account.”  
The school has failed a series of Ofsted inspections in the past two years, when serious problems with its safeguarding and leadership were identified.
Gavin Irwin, the lawyer representing the school, told the court there have been “very positive and meaningful safeguarding improvements in recent weeks”.
“It’s a steady, if perhaps too slow, improvement,” he said.
The two men were questioned by police and remain under investigation. They have not been formally charged with any offence.
 John Hartley, from solicitors Hodge Jones & Allen, which represents the school, said trustees "take their responsibilities for safeguarding children extremely seriously". 
"They have made significant structural changes to the school’s leadership and will keep the safeguarding of those children in its care under constant review," he said.
"However, they are pleased that the court has recognised improvements have been made and that there are no immediate reasons for the school to be permanently closed.”

Student, 21, who failed to tell police that Britain's first all-female terror cell were plotting 'Mad Hatter' knife attack now faces being kicked out of UK

  • Sisters and their mother plotted knife attack at British Museum or in Whitehall
  • Elder sister was recorded practicing 'stabbing technique' at friend's house
  • Friend failed to alert authorities to attack which could have left scores injured
  • The woman - who came to Britain from Tunisia - was jailed and faces deportation
Khawla Barghouthi has been jailed and faces deportation for failing to alert authorities to her friend's planned terror attack
Khawla Barghouthi has been jailed and faces deportation for failing to alert authorities to her friend's planned terror attack
A school friend of a woman jihadi who plotted a terrorist knife attack with her mother and sister faces deportation for failing to raise the alarm.
Khawla Barghouthi was friends with Rizlaine Boular, who planned an atrocity at central London with her younger sister Safaa Boular, 18, and mother Mina Dich, 44.
Barghouthi, a 21-year-old who came to Britain from Tunisia a decade ago, was jailed for two years and four months today andtold she faces automatic deportation when she has completed her prison term.
Rizlaine, 22, and her mother have already been jailed while Safaa is still awaiting sentence. 
The Boular's and their mother plotted the UK's first all-woman terror attack, which they called 'the Mad Hatter's Tea Party' in coded messages.
On the day of the proposed attack, on 27 April last year, Rizlaine and Barghouthi were recorded practicing how to carry out the attack at the latter's home in Harlesden.
Safaa Boular, 19, Rizlaine Boular, 22, and their mother Mina Dich wanted to kill Londoners and tourists outside the British Museum or in Whitehall
Rizlaine Boular
The terror girls' mother Mina Dich
Safaa Boular, 19, Rizlaine Boular, 22, and their mother Mina Dich wanted to kill Londoners and tourists outside the British Museum or in Whitehall
Barghouthi could be heard to ask: 'How are you going to do it? What if they are faster than you?'
Boular replied: 'I'll put the knife into... (inaudible) heart instead.'
The girls could be heard laughing about Boular struggling to get the knife out of her rucksack, joking that she will 'cut my arm by accident'.
Barghouthi remarked: 'That would be the worst thing that could ever happen like you start a terrorist thing and then you stall.'
She later told Rizlaine 'Don't worry, come here, want to practice on me again', before directing her to 'Cut me like that'.
Rizlaine was shot three times by armed officers as she and Barghouthi were arrested before the attack could be carried out.
Michael Mansfield QC, defending, said her mother died when she was six and her father disappeared soon after when he could not cope.
Barghouthi lived with a series of relatives and came to the UK from Tunisia at the age of 11 speaking no English, he told the court.
She struck up a friendship with Rizlaine, a former pupil of the same school as her, in March last year.
The court heard Barghouthi knew her 'disturbed' friend was planning something, but 'didn't know what it was exactly' nor 'how serious' Boular was about it.
She later claimed to have been 'horrified' listening back to the 'shocking' recordings from her flat shortly before her arrest which she branded as 'extravagant talk' and 'stupid fooling around'.
Jailing Barghouthi, Judge Mark Dennis QC told her: 'It is difficult to take any other view than that you did believe that Rizlaine Boular had intended to do so and that it was highly likely, if not certain, that she would indeed carry out her act of violence.
'You appear to be a caring and intelligent person. However, not only did you fail to report the matter or fail to raise the alarm with anyone in the days before your arrest, thereby helping to save others from harm including your friend herself, but you appear to have done little, if anything, actively to dissuade her from her violent course.'
Dich and Rizlaine admitted engaging in preparation for terrorist acts whilst Barghouti admitted failing to disclose information about an act of terrorism.
Rizlaine was jailed for life with a minimum term of 16 years whilst Dich was jailed for six years and nine months last week. Safaa Boular, of Lambeth, will be sentenced at a later date.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

Muslim breaks into house intending sexual assault of sleeping woman

“Rochdale man plans sexual assault on sleeping mum,” 2BR News, June 18, 2018 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
A Rochdale man who intended on sexually assaulting a mother while she slept in her home has been jailed.
Sikander Khan (08/09/1956) of Park Hill was sentenced to 4 years in prison at Minshull Street Crown Court today (Monday 18th June 2018) after a jury found him guilty of trespassing with intent to commit a sexual offence.

The victim was in the house with her children.

The court heard how on the night of Tuesday 10th October 2017 the victim was asleep at her home in Rochdale with her children.
At around 11pm Khan went into the house without permission and made his way upstairs.
He went into the woman’s bedroom but the victim woke up and confronted him before demanding he leave….
Detective Constable Russ Clarke, from GMP’s Rochdale borough, said:…
“Khan didn’t once think about the victim or her children and instead sought to satisfy his own selfish and perverse sexual desires.
“Throughout this investigation and trial, Khan refused to admit his true intentions that night and instead attempted to evade punishment by fabricating a web of lies….

Labour councillor who was forced to resign as a school governor after saying there was 'no proof' ISIS exists is now working to protect children from radicalisation

  • Safia Akhtar said people should 'stop pointing fingers' after Westminster attack
  • She quit as school governor after writing: 'There is no ISIS and there is no proof'
  • But she was elected as a Birmingham Labour Councillor at the May elections
  • Now she has won council role helping protect city's children from radicalisation
Safia Akhtar Noor posted a number of controversial Facebook messages after a terror attack on British soil and was forced to resign as governor 
Labour councillor suspended as a school governor after claiming there was 'no proof' that ISIS exists has won a key council role - helping protect the city's children from radicalisation.
Safia Akhtar Noor had also previously posted on Facebook that people should 'grow up and stop pointing fingers' after the Westminster terror attack which left five dead.
She was suspended as a governor by Yew Tree Community School in Witton, Birmingham, which said her statements had breached its code of conduct - and later resigned her role of governor.
Yet despite the controversy sparked by her comments, the law student was allowed by Labour to stand in May's local elections, where she won a seat for Small Heath.
She is known as Councillor Akhtar in municipal circles, and in Birmingham City Council papers.
Now, it has been revealed Cllr Akhtar has been appointed to the Children's Social Care Overview and Scrutiny Committee.
Alex Yip, Conservative councillor for Sutton Wylde Green, questioned her selection to the committee, which will include ensuring that children are protected from radicalisation.
Cllr Yip said: 'It is shocking to think that the Labour administration would appoint Councillor Akhtar, of all the ones available, to this scrutiny committee.
'Although she has apologised for saying they [her social media postings] should have been worded more carefully, they still represent her views.
'Considering that the school at which she was a governor suspended her, saying her comments breached its code of conduct, it beggars belief that Labour think it appropriate for her to oversee safeguarding of children, including protecting them from the threat of radicalisation.'
She suspended as a school governor after this message claiming there was 'no proof' that ISIS exists has won a key council role  helping protect the city's children from radicalisation.
She suspended as a school governor after this message claiming there was 'no proof' that ISIS exists has won a key council role  helping protect the city's children from radicalisation.

How Labour councillor sparked controversy with 'no proof ISIS exists' Facebook posts 

Safia Akhtar Noor sparked controversy when she posted on Facebook that people should 'grow up and stop pointing fingers' after the Westminster terror attack which left five dead.
In another message posted in March last year, Ms Noor said: 'So someone got stabbed after the attack last week as a result of media and government claiming that SO CALLED ISIS HAD CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY.
'There is no ISIS and there is no proof.'
She later apologised for her comments but was suspended as a school governor and later forced to resign.
Despite the controversy, the law student was allowed by Labour to stand in May’s local elections, where she won a seat.
Now she has been given the role of working to protect children from radicalisation by the council.
On March 22 last year, Birmingham terrorist Khalid Masood mowed down innocent victims on Westminster Bridge, killing four, before stabbing police officer Keith Palmer to death.
On the same day Cllr Akhtar - who was not a councillor at the time - posted on Facebook: 'Can people relax and stop fighting on Facebook?
'Sadly people died in Westminster today but people die everyday in Syria, Palestine, Africa, Rohingya, Kashmir.. Need I carry on?!!
'Grow up and stop pointing fingers!'
In another message posted the same day only to her followers, Ms Noor said: 'Terrorist attack... and even the terrorist died?! Let me guess, he was a Muslim!'
On March 27 last year, she commented on a newspaper article which carried the headline 'Westminster attacker Khalid Masood had interest in Jihad - police'.
Cllr Akhtar posted to her followers: 'So someone got stabbed after the attack last week as a result of media and government claiming that SO CALLED ISIS HAD CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY.
Safia Akhtar Noor has been pictured with senior MPs including Shabana Mahmood 
Safia Akhtar Noor has been pictured with senior MPs including Shabana Mahmood and Liam Byrne (top image) and Yvette Cooper, who she backed above Jeremy Corbyn to be Labour leader
'There is no ISIS and there is no proof.'
Cllr Akhtar, who has posed for photographs with Labour MPs including Yvette Cooper, Jess Philips and Shabana Mahmood, previously issued a statement apologising for her postings.
Cllr Akhtar said previously: 'Having read these comments back, I accept I should have chosen my words more carefully,' she said.
'I didn't intend to cause any offence and I apologise to anyone who found those comments offensive or upsetting.
'I completely condemn all terrorist acts.' 
Cllr Akhtar was unavailable for comment.
But Birmingham Labour Group Party secretary, Councillor Martin Straker-Welds, said: 'The Labour Party undertook a preliminary investigation that revealed not only that the posts had been removed very shortly after being posted but that Ms. Akhtar had also issued a statement where she offered an unreserved apology and condemned all terrorist acts.
'Councillor Akhtar has our full support.' 

How ISIS is one of the world's most notorious terror groups having carried out more than 140 attacks across the world in just four years 

ISIS is one of the world's most notorious terrorist groups having carried out or inspired more than 140 attacks in 29 countries other than Iraq and Syria since 2014.
These atrocities have killed at least 2,043 people and injured thousands more.
It is estimated that more than 33,000 people have been killed by ISIS-linked extremists since the terror group was formed in 2002. That equates to around 26 per cent of terrorism deaths over the past decade.
The has been an increase in 'lone-wolf'-style attacks on Western cities, with Britain hit by four last year alone.
Six people were killed in the Westminster attack by Khalid Masood on March 22, 22 in the Manchester Arena bombing on May 22 and eight in the London Bridge attack on June 3. 
A further 29 were injured last September when a crudely-constructed improvised explosive device (IED) failed to fully detonate on a packed Tube train at Parsons Green.
ISIS also claimed responsibility for the Paris attacks that killed 130 in November 2015, the Bastille Day atrocity in Nice which left 84 dead in July 2016 and the Barcelona outrage which killed 16 last August.
However, with a massive campaign continuing to defeat ISIS in Iraq and Syria, there is evidence their number of fighters is diminishing.

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Muslim attacked cops with 4-foot sword, left note, “By the time you read this note I will be in paradise with Allah”

“‘Queen hating’ Uber driver ‘attacked police with 4ft sword’ outside Buckingham Palace,” by Joe Gamp, Express, June 18, 2018:
An ISIS-supporting Uber driver in London accused of attempting to run down police officers outside Buckingham Palace and attack them with a samurai sword allegedly did so because he “hated the queen and her soldiers” before he was stopped in his tracks by brave officers, a court has heard.
The Old Bailey heard how Mohiussunnath Chowdhury, 26, wanted to “kill himself” in the attack after he allegedly tried to ram into police at the London landmark.
On August 25 last year, shortly before 8.30pm, Chowdhury was driving towards the Victoria Monument at the bottom of the Mall.
The court heard he then swerved his car through traffic cones in front of a police van, which was on its way to Belgravia from Charing Cross Police Station.
Chowdhury, 26, left a note for his sister in which he promised he would “see her in paradise” and also wrote “the Queen and her soldiers will all be in the hellfire”.
Prosecutors allege the Luton born man had planned to go to Windsor Castle – but went to a pub of the same name instead due to a “satnav error”.
Prosecutors said the man had written an update on WhatsApp claiming “I support ISIS” and had searched for ISIS beheading videos online.
His sister allegedly grew concerned when Chowdhury suggested watching Channel 4 drama ‘The State’ about British-born ISIS fighters
Prosecuting lawyer Timothy Cray said: “The day of the events in London, the defendant went to somewhere else connected to the Royal Family.
“It may have been through some satnav error, he drove past Windsor Castle but stopped for some time at a pub called The Windsor Castle.
“He also drove past the barracks where the Coldstream Guards are based. He didn’t do anything in Windsor, he made a bit of a tour and in the end went back up the M4 to central London.”
“As checks were to prove, this defendant had something much more serious in mind.”
The court heard that, at around 5.15pm,Chowdhury had left a note on top of his sister’s laptop at the family home in Luton.
It read: “By the time you read this note I will be in paradise with Allah. Tell everyone that I love them and that they should struggle against the enemies of Allah with their lives and property.
“The Queen and her soldiers will all be in the hellfire. They go to war with Muslims around the world and kill them without mercy.
“They are the enemies that Allah tells us to fight.”
Half an hour earlier, Chowdury had allegedly driven to his local Sainsburys to buy a sharpening tool, which he then used to sharpen the edges of a samurai sword that he owned….

Muslim plane passenger brands hostess 'f****** b****' over sandwich -




This is the moment a British Muslim passenger called an air stewardess a ‘f****** sl**’ and a ‘b****’ for serving him a turkey ham sandwich – because he mistakenly thought it contained pork.
The taxi driver from Hampstead Heath, north London, was flying from Luton Airport to Skopje, Macedonia, on Sunday morning when he ordered the 4.50 euro roll and a bottle of water.
But mid-way through eating the baguette, he said it ‘didn’t taste like turkey’ – and flew into a rage when he saw the packaging labelled with the word ham.
He called over the Wizz Air stewardess and demanded a refund after becoming convinced the product contained pork – explaining that he cannot eat it due to his religion. He then turns to a fellow passenger and describes the staff member as a ‘f****** sl**’ and a ‘b****’.
The passenger called over the Wizz Air stewardess (pictured) and demanded a refund after becoming convinced the product contained pork – explaining that he cannot eat it due to his religion. He then turns to a fellow passenger and describes the staff member as a ‘f****** sl**’ and a ‘b****
At one point, he can be heard saying: ‘I work in restaurants, I know what’s ham. Ham is pork. It’s not tasting like turkey, it’s tasting like ham.
‘This is not right, you should tell people there is pork, I’m a Muslim. It’s pork, darling.’
Moments later, and apparently speaking to the person next to him, he then adds: ‘What the f*** is your problem stupid f****** b****, she’s a f******* b**** man. She told me it’s not appropriate to touch my teeth, f****** sl**.’
In another part of the footage, he tells the staff: ‘You have given me ham, and you’re talking to me rude. I just tell you it’s ham, you tell me it’s not pork. It’s not nice, darling, you’re supposed to be nice to the customers. Take the water, too. I don’t want the water either. You are being very, very rude.’…
Even when a senior steward appeared and tried to calm the situation by explaining that ‘turkey ham’ was in fact a term used to describe the processed turkey meat, the irate passenger continued his outburst.
The cabin crew eventually refunded the man 4.50 euros for the sandwich and two euros for the bottle of the water, which he kept….
The Kosovan, who moved to the UK almost two decades ago, said afterwards: ‘I’m an Uber driver in London, I eat at the shops all the time. I know the taste of Turkey and the roll didn’t taste like Turkey.
‘She should have respected me and my religion. The customer is always right. She’s lucky. If this wasn’t here with people around I would have been more angry.’…

Wednesday, June 13, 2018

only 10 percent British jihadis prosecuted

ONLY 10 percent of the battle-hardened, radicalised British Muslim jihadis returning from fighting for ISIS in Syria and Iraq have been prosecuted it emerged today as ministers pushed for “tougher terror laws” to be passed.

Parents of ‘Jihadi Jack’ plea for their son to be returned to UK

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The statistics, which were disclosed by Security Minister Ben Wallace, revealed that only 40 of the 400 British returning jihadis have been prosecuted.
The remaining 360 remain at large because of a perceived lack of evidence.
The terrifying figures were disclosed during a House of Commons’ debate on new counter-terrorism and security proposals.
Labour MP John Woodcock, who had pushed for the figures to be released, told the Commons:
“So, only one tenth of people have been successfully prosecuted.
“That does not mean the others are innocent of terrorism charges, if they have been over to Iraq and Syria, if they have been aiding Daesh in whatever form and they are British citizens, they have been aiding enemies of the British state.”
Mr Woodcock continued and called for the government to make it illegal to travel to certain areas, as is the case in Australia.
The Home Secretary, Sajid Javid, responded and said he would be “looking at just that”.
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Sajid Javid has said he will look into the powers which police have to deal with terror incidents
Mr Javid added: “There’s a bit more work to do on it, it’s not as straightforward as it might sound.
“The honourable gentleman mentions the Australian extraterritorial offence that has been created and I am looking at just that. If it is to become a legislative proposal, I obviously want to make sure that we have considered it properly.”
Counter-terrorism officers are concerned of the risk which British jihadis returning from Syria and Iraq pose.
Approximately 850 Britons are thought to have travelled to either of the two countries, with 15 per cent believed to be dead.
Mr Javid said he would look into the powers available to the police, security services and judiciary as the Counter-Terrorism and Border Security Bill underwent its second reading.
He said the bill would allow threats to be disrupted earlier and would ensure that UK law reflects modern usage of the internet.
The bill went unopposed during its second reading and will undergo further scrutiny at a later date.

Child sex gang of eight 'predatory' men who abused girls as young as 13 in a 's*** wagon' with the number plate ending 'SHG'

  • Gang befriended teenage girls before plying them with drink and drugs
  • They sexually abused their victims, some in a car they called the 's**gwagon'
  • Each are given sentences of between seven and 16 years in court this week
  • Judge says the case uncovered 'systematic and widespread grooming'
The eight men - branded 'predatory and cynical' by a judge - have now been jailed for between seven and a half and fifteen years each.
Judge Peter Ross said the investigation into the gang had uncovered 'systematic and widespread grooming'.
Assad Hussain received the longest sentence of a gang of eight men who carried out sex attacks on vulnerable teenagers
Assad Hussain and Moinul Islam (pictured) received the longest sentences of a gang of eight men who carried out sex attacks on vulnerable teenagers
Assad Hussain and Moinul Islam received the longest sentences of a gang of eight men who carried out sex attacks on vulnerable teenagers in Oxford
Kameer Iqbal, 39, got 12 years for multiple rapes
Raheem Ahmed, 41, got 12 years for indecent assault and false imprisonment.
Kameer Iqbal, left, Raheem Ahmed, right, both 12 years for the sex attacks
Investigating officer DS Nicola Douglas branded the gang's crimes 'abhorrent', adding: 'None of the perpetrators have admitted their guilt or shown any remorse.'
She praised the victims for coming forward, saying: 'The impact of these offences on the victims, their families and relationships cannot be underestimated. 
'There are devastating consequences which last long after the offence is committed.
'Without these women telling their stories, perpetrators who exploit and commit serious sexual offences against some of the most vulnerable children and young adults in our communities will remain hidden, unpunished and free to do more harm.'
She added: 'I know nothing can ever undo the unimaginable suffering they were put through, but I hope it gives them some comfort to know these men have finally been held accountable for the abhorrent crimes they committed.'
The trial heard how the men coerced the girls into having sex at a number of addresses across Oxford, as well as in cars parked at lay-bys, and at local parks.
Khalid Hussain got 12 years for indecent assault and rape
Alladitta Yousaf got seven and half years for indecent assault
Khalid Hussain, left, got 12 years for indecent assault and rape. Alladitta Yousaf, right, got seven and a half years for indecent assault.
Haji Khan got 10 years for rape
Kamran Khan, 36, got eight years for false imprisonment and indecent assault
Haji Khan, left, got 10 years for rape. Kamran Khan, right, got eight years for false imprisonment and indecent assault
At sentencing hearings this week, Assad Hussain, 37,  was handed a life sentence with a minimum term of 12 years for multiple counts of rape and indecent assault.
Moinul Islam, 42, got 15 years and nine months for rape, indecent assault and supplying class B and class C drugs.
Haji Khan, 38, got 10 years for conspiracy to rape. Raheem Ahmed, 41, got 12 years for indecent assault and false imprisonment.
Kamran Khan, 36, got eight years for false imprisonment and indecent assault. Kameer Iqbal, 39, got 12 years for multiple rapes.
Alladitta Yousaf, 48, got seven and half years for indecent assault. Khalid Hussain, 38, got 12 years for indecent assault and rape.
Some victims were abused in a black Nissan Serena, like that pictured in this file photo
During the trial, a number of victims recalled a black Nissan Serena people carrier in which many sexual abuses are alleged to have taken place, including a gang rape.
One victim said of the vehicle: 'They would pick the girls, have sex with them, and dump them. Everything happened in that Serena.'
The same victim said that the men would 'take it in turns' to have sex with her and that gang rapes would take place after she was plied with drink and drugs.
Another victim said: '[They] made you believe they actually care about you, and they actually don't.
'Like you are something important to them, that you are a friend to them. And, really, it wasn't that. It was just to get what they want. It took me some years to realise that.'
The sex attacks took place between 1998 and 2005 and defence barristers insisted the men were themselves young and 'immature' at the time.
The court heard the gang abused the teenage girls in properties around Oxford and in lay-bys
The court heard the gang abused the teenage girls in properties around Oxford and in lay-bys
Speaking after the case, prosecutor Adrian Foster said: 'These cases are, in effect, organised crime, and we approached this case in the same way we would approach any organised crime case by making connections, and building an understanding of criminal networks.
'We worked closely with Thames Valley Police from early in the investigation to help build the strongest possible prosecution case. 
'Their investigators, and Crown Prosecution Service lawyers and caseworkers, have worked tirelessly to bring this difficult prosecution to court. I thank all who bravely came forward to provide evidence for the prosecution.
'The emotional impact on the victims and their family of the abhorrent actions of these men is impossible to quantify. I hope that these sentences give some small comfort to them.' 

The growing number of towns where children were preyed upon

The grooming gang in Oxford follow similar scandals in other towns and cities around the UK. 
Rotherham - The issue of child abuse in the town first came to light in 2010 when five Asian men were jailed for sexual offences against under-age girls.
A 2014 inquiry found there were more than 1,400 victims of grooming and sex exploitation in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013.
Tayab Dad, Nasar Dad, Basharat Dad, (bottom row left to right) Matloob Hussain, Mohammed Sadiq and Amjad Ali groomed two girls and sexually abused in Rotherham
Tayab Dad, Nasar Dad, Basharat Dad, (bottom row left to right) Matloob Hussain, Mohammed Sadiq and Amjad Ali groomed two girls and sexually abused in Rotherham
'You're not a rape baby': Rotherham victim's reply to son
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Rochdale - The trial of nine men for grooming young white girls for sex attracted widespread public outrage and sparked a national debate when they were convicted in 2012.
The gang received jail sentences of between four and 19 years for offences committed against five girls - aged between 13 and 15 - in and around Rochdale between 2008 and 2010.
The case returned to the public consciousness earlier this year when the BBC broadcast its Three Girls drama based on the experiences of some of the victims.
Shabir Ahmed, convicted of 30 child rape charges in Rochdale
Shabir Ahmed, convicted of 30 child rape charges in Rochdale
Newcastle - A total of 17 men and one woman were convicted of, or admitted, charges including rape, supplying drugs and inciting prostitution, in Newcastle last year.
Older men preyed on immature teenagers who were plied with cocaine, cannabis, alcohol or mephedrone (M-Cat), then raped or persuaded into having sexual activity at parties known as 'sessions'.
The case raised huge controversy after a convicted rapist was paid almost £10,000 of taxpayers' money to spy on parties where under-age girls were intoxicated and sexually abused.
Northumbria Police launched a major investigation after receiving information from social workers and initially spoke to 108 potential victims.
Over the course of four trials, 20 young women gave evidence covering a period from 2011 to 2014.
Bristol - Some 13 Somali men were jailed for more than a total of more than 100 years after they were convicted in 2014 of running an inner city sex ring.
Victims as young as 13 were preyed upon, sexually abused and trafficked across Bristol to be passed around the men's friends for money.
Aylesbury - Six men were jailed in 2015 for grooming vulnerable under-age white girls between 2006 and 2012.
The Old Bailey heard victims would be plied with alcohol and forced to perform sex acts for as little as 'the price of a McDonalds'.
Peterborough - A total of 10 men were convicted of child sex crimes in the town, including 'predatory' restaurant boss Mohammed Khubaib.
He was jailed for 13 years at the Old Bailey in 2015, after he was found guilty of forcing a 14-year-old girl to perform a sex act on him and nine counts of trafficking for sexual exploitation, involving girls aged from 12 to 15, between 2010 and 2013.