Monday, October 15, 2018

two men are caught on shop's CCTV spiking drink with MDMA before forcing woman to finish it and sexually assaulting her

  • Belal Ahmed and Mizad Miah offered to show victim round a flat she was renting
  • Bought alcohol and spiked it with potent MDMA before forcing her to drink it
  • The pair took her to the property where they sexually assaulted and raped her 
  • Men, both 24, were jailed for total of 24 years for the 'despicable' sexual assault
Two men were caught laughing as they spiked alcohol in an off-license before forcing a woman to drink it then raping her.
Belal Ahmed, 24, and Mizad Miah, 24, picked up the 21-year-old woman and offered to show her around a flat she was interested in renting in Tower Hamlets, London
The pair drove to a shop where they were captured on CCTV dropping MDMA into alcohol while their victim waited in the car. 
Ahmed then sat next to the victim and forced her to drink the alcohol as he held her nose, before she lost consciousness and they raped her then dumped her at the side of the road in her underwear.
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Belal Ahmed, 24, has been jailed for 11 years
Mizad Miah, 24,has been jailed for 13 years
Belal Ahmed, 24, (left) has been jailed for 11 years and Mizad Miah, 24, (right) has been jailed for 13 years 
The pair, who both knew the victim, carried out the assault in Bethnal Green, Tower Hamlets, in November last year. 
Shocking CCTV footage from the off-license shows Ahmed and Miah placing something into the alcohol and Ahmed shaking the bottle.  
When she regained consciousness, the victim found herself sat on the side of the road with just her vest and underwear on with no recollection of how she got there, Snaresbrook Crown Court heard.
Miah and Ahmed laughed at the victim before they all then got back into the car.
Miah drove them around various car parks to retrieve items of the victim's clothing which the pair had discarded during the sexual assaults.
She was eventually dropped off at around 3am the following morning in Tower Hamlets and made her way back to a friend's house.
The pair drove to a shop where they were captured on CCTV dropping MDMA into alcohol while their victim waited in the car
The pair drove to a shop where they were captured on CCTV dropping MDMA into alcohol while their victim waited in the car
Shocking CCTV footage from the off-license shows Ahmed and Miah placing something into the alcohol and Ahmed shaking the bottle
Shocking CCTV footage from the off-license shows Ahmed and Miah placing something into the alcohol and Ahmed shaking the bottle
Ahmed then sat next to the victim and forced her to drink the alcohol as he held her nose, before she lost consciousness
Ahmed then sat next to the victim and forced her to drink the alcohol as he held her nose, before she lost consciousness
They raped and sexually assaulted their victim then dumped her at the side of the road in her her underwear
They raped and sexually assaulted their victim then dumped her at the side of the road in her her underwear
The victim reported the incident to police last November.
Toxicology results showed that MDMA, was placed in the alcohol which had caused her to pass out.
Both men were arrested at Gatwick Airport on 18 November 2017, having returned to the country after holidaying together in Morocco. 
Miah, 24, from Tower Hamlets, was jailed for 13 years at Snaresbrook Crown Court on 12 October, after being found guilty of rape, administering a substance with intent to overpower to allow sexual activity, and assault by penetration. 
Ahmed, 24, also from Tower Hamlets, was jailed for 11 years after being found guilty of administering a substance with intent to overpower to allow sexual activity, and assault by penetration. 

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Plane mutiny kept a gang rapist in the UK: Somali man whose deportation from the UK was stopped by plane passengers raped a 16-year-old girl in London and his accomplice went on to fight for ISIS

  • The deportation of Yaqub Ahmed was dramatically halted by plane passengers
  • The man, 29, was being returned to Somalia after being involved in a gang-rape
  • Passengers complained he was being separated from his family in the UK  
A Somalian whose deportation from Britain was dramatically halted after airline passengers staged a mutiny demanding his release can be exposed today as a convicted gang rapist who was being kicked out of the country because of his sickening crime.
Officials escorting Yaqub Ahmed on a flight from Heathrow to Turkey were forced to abandon his deportation when around a dozen holidaymakers who felt sorry for him angrily intervened shortly before take-off. 
At one stage during the astonishing episode, filmed on mobile phones, one traveller complained: ‘They’re separating him from his family’, while others chanted ‘take him off the plane’.
When harassed security guards caved in and walked 29-year-old Ahmed off the Turkish Airlines flight, he was seen thanking those on board for their support as they cheered and applauded. 
One person was heard declaring: ‘You’re free, man!’
Yaqub Ahmed, 29, is one of a gang of rapists who brutally assaulted a young girl. The 16-year-old victim was gang-raped in a flat in New Orleans Walk in Crouch End on August 10
Yaqub Ahmed, 29, is one of a gang of rapists who brutally assaulted a young girl. The 16-year-old victim was gang-raped in a flat in New Orleans Walk in Crouch End on August 10
Passengers helped Ahmed get kicked off the plane as he resisted being deported by the Home Office after serving a prison sentence for gang rape
Passengers helped Ahmed get kicked off the plane as he resisted being deported by the Home Office after serving a prison sentence for gang rape
But the passengers who thought they were doing a good deed were unaware that the man they were defending had been sentenced to nine years in jail for his part in a vicious gang rape of a teenage girl – and that another member of his gang later fought for Islamic State in Syria.
Today The Mail on Sunday can reveal how Ahmed and three other youths preyed on a 16-year-old stranger after she became separated from her friends during a night out in London’s Leicester Square, in August 2007.
In a planned attack, they lured her back to a flat in Crouch End, North London, by pretending her friends were waiting for her there – then gang-raped her.
The gang, aged between 18 and 20, were caught when neighbours heard the girl’s cries for help and rang police.
All four men denied rape, despite DNA evidence. They were found guilty at Wood Green Crown Court and each jailed for nine years. Police detective Emma Bird said at the time: ‘The sentences given out by the judge reflect the seriousness of this offence.’
Ahmed, 18 at the time of the rape and living in Clerkenwell, North London, is thought to have been granted refugee status after arriving in Britain from war-torn Somalia as a boy.
He was released from prison after serving little more than four years, and lived in a halfway house in North London until recently. Because he had been jailed for such a serious crime, the Home Office ordered his deportation, which led to him being placed on the flight to Istanbul last Tuesday afternoon.
He received a temporary reprieve because of the impromptu intervention of passengers. But when video of the protest was published by MailOnline, hundreds of readers expressed their outrage.
One wrote: ‘The police should have been called and all the passengers who were interfering should have been arrested and removed from the plane.’
Another user said: ‘Looked like a plane full of snowflakes.’ And a third pointed out: ‘Now it will cost a lot more to fly the man back on a private charter! Well done silly interfering, self-seeking, do-gooding idiots!’
Ahmed is now believed to be in an immigration detention centre while officials try to place him on another flight out of the UK, but this process could take months particularly if his lawyers use his temporary reprieve as an opportunity to appeal against his deportation.
Last night, Tory backbencher Philip Hollobone, who has tabled bills to speed up the deportation of foreign criminals, said: ‘We need to deport these people and members of the public should not be allowed to obstruct the proper course of justice.
‘Officials accompanying the deportee need to react appropriately to passengers who do not know what is going on. To simply walk off in the face of passenger confusion is not good enough.’
Harry Fletcher of the Victims’ Rights Campaign said: ‘This deportation was clearly in the public interest. Sitting deportees in the general passenger area of a plane is wrong and leads to this kind of ill-informed protest.’
Ondogo Ahmed was jailed for eight years alongside Ahmed for the gang rape of a teenager
Ondogo Ahmed was jailed for eight years alongside Ahmed for the gang rape of a teenager
Passengers caused a commotion when they realised Ahmed was being deported - although he did not tell them he was a convicted rapist
Passengers caused a commotion when they realised Ahmed was being deported - although he did not tell them he was a convicted rapist
Passengers began to record what was happening and stood up for the man, now 19,  being returned to Somalia 
Passengers began to record what was happening and stood up for the man, now 19,  being returned to Somalia 
A man pulled out his camera phone to record the deportation team at the back of the plane until so much pressure was put on security the Somalian was led off the plane
A man pulled out his camera phone to record the deportation team at the back of the plane until so much pressure was put on security the Somalian was led off the plane
It is not the first time that planned deportations have been disrupted on planes.
In July, a Swedish student filmed herself halting the deportation of an Afghan asylum seeker on a Turkish Airlines flight from Gothenburg to Istanbul.
Elin Ersson said in the video that was streamed live on Facebook: ‘A person is going to get deported to Afghanistan where there is war and he’s going to get killed.’
Then, in August, a Turkish Airlines pilot refused to take off from Heathrow after campaigners convinced him that the asylum seeker on his jet would face beheading by the Taliban if he was returned to Afghanistan.
Virgin Airlines has stopped assisting the deportation of illegal immigrants after pressure from activists.
The Home Office previously spent millions of pounds a year chartering planes to fly failed asylum seekers and foreign national offenders to their home countries, most commonly Albania, Pakistan and Nigeria. But because of the cost of the flights, it now increasingly books seats on commercial services.
Latest figures show the Home Office spent £17 million on scheduled flights and £8.6 million on charter flights to deport people in 2016-17.
The man should not be being 'separated from his family' according to those who put a stop to his deportation 
The man should not be being 'separated from his family' according to those who put a stop to his deportation 
A Home Office spokesman said: ‘All foreign nationals who are given a custodial sentence will be considered for removal. Those who abuse our hospitality by committing crimes in the UK should be in no doubt of our determination to deport them and we have removed more than 43,000 foreign offenders since 2010.’
One of Ahmed’s co-defendants, Adnan Mohamud, was granted refugee status in Britain in 2002 having been born in Somalia, and is still thought to be in the UK. The youngest member of the gang, Ondogo Ahmed, travelled to Syria to fight for Islamic State just months after he was freed from jail. He is thought to have been killed a few weeks later.

Thursday, October 11, 2018

M&S is accused of 'oppressing' girls as young as four after selling £6 HIJABS as school uniforms

  • The retail store sparked a row online after including hijabs - head coverings worn by some Muslim women - in its school uniform section 
  • Some customers said they would not shop there until the hijabs are removed 
  • M&S has been accused of profiting from the sexualisation of young women 
  • Responding on Twitter, the company said that schools had requested the hijab
Marks & Spencer customers are threatening to boycott the store for stocking hijabs in its school uniform section.
The company's social media pages have been flooded with angry messages regarding the hijabs, which are on sale for £6 in their 'School Essentials' section.
Dozens of disgruntled customers say they will not use the store until the black headscarf is removed from stock. 
Lorraine Smith wrote: 'Disgusting. How could you profit from something that promotes degradation to woman and children? It's obscene!
'For a company struggling with profits, bad move. 
'I and many others will boycott until it is removed. Unbelievable.'
Melissa Turnbull, from Renfrewshire in Scotland, posted on the store's Facebook page: 'Why are you selling burkas for primary aged girls? Have you lost the plot?
'Covering four-year-old is part of a disgusting sexualisation of children perpetrated by the cult of Islam and has no place in the UK.
'I won't be shopping in your stores until you stop this.' 
Marks and Spencer included the hijab in the school uniform section of its website in response to requests from the schools it supplies
Marks and Spencer included the hijab in the school uniform section of its website in response to requests from the schools it supplies
The hijab (pictured) is a type of head covering worn by some Muslim women that does not cover the face, only the hair 
The hijab (pictured) is a type of head covering worn by some Muslim women that does not cover the face, only the hair 
Cassy Simmons-Thornton, from London, added: 'Can you please explain why you are selling a hijab for young children and helping the oppression of women from a young age?
'A lot of people will now boycott your stores.'
Julie Raven, from Brighton, commented: 'Why are you selling hijabs for infant-school-aged girls?
'Are you implying that their bodies are immodest and may inflame men? You need to take a good look at yourselves.'
Addressing the complaints on their Twitter page on Thursday, Marks & Spencer wrote: 'We provide bespoke uniforms for 250 schools across the country.
'They tell us which items they need as part of their school uniform list, and for a number of schools this year, they requested the option of the hijab.'
The LBC Radio presenter and founder of the Quilliam Foundation Maajid Nawaz said that M&S has reverted to 'medievalism' by including a child-size hijab in the school-wear category.
Nawaz wrote: 'It's their right to choose profit over values. But it's our right to shame them for doing so. 
'Little girls are told it is "immodest" to show their hair. And blessed be the fruit.
'To be clear, these are stocked for little girls as young as 3 years old.
'Hijab is still imposed (only on women) by law in Iran and Saudi Arabia, and many other countries. This is gender apartheid. Marks and Spencer are free to sell confederate flag tee-shirts too, but I bet they never will.'
'Blessed be the fruit' is a reference to the greeting used by the female characters in Margaret Atwood's dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale, in which women are kept as slaves useful only for bearing children and forbidden to use their own names.
LBC presenter Maajid Nawaz who strongly opposes women obliged to wear a hijab and called the garment 'gender apartheid' 
LBC presenter Maajid Nawaz who strongly opposes women obliged to wear a hijab and called the garment 'gender apartheid' 
Nawaz, who is Muslim, has previously called the hijab a 'monstrosity' and the 'uniform of medieval patriarchal tyranny'
Nawaz, who is Muslim, has previously called the hijab a 'monstrosity' and the 'uniform of medieval patriarchal tyranny'
Nawaz, who is himself Muslim, continued: 'Hijab is still imposed (only on women) by law in Iran and Saudi Arabia, and many other countries. This is gender apartheid' 
He has previously called the hijab a 'monstrosity' and the 'uniform of medieval patriarchal tyranny'.
The practice of veiling some part of the head or face has a history in European, Asian, and African societies and appears in varied forms in Judaism, Christianity and Islam.
The hijab is a garment worn by Muslim women when they not in the company of their immediate family and usually covers the hair, neck and the top part of the chest.
It is seen as a symbol of modesty by people who wear them.
Most Islamic scholars agree that the hijab is only obligatory for females once they reach puberty. 
Hijabs are different from other Islamic veils like the burka and niqab, which both cover the face. 
The niqab covers the whole face leaving a gap for the eyes, while the burka leaves only a mesh screen to see through.
Former foreign secretary Boris Johnson caused a separate online debate in August when, in an article defending Muslim women's right to wear the burka, he said that they resemble 'letter boxes' and 'bank robbers'.

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Army cadets face investigation by MoD after posing for picture with EDL founder Tommy Robinson

“We are aware of a photograph and video of a group of Army personnel on social media and are investigating the circumstances surrounding this. Anyone who is in breach of the Army’s values and standards will face administrative action.”
So apparently the British Army’s values and standards now include appeasement and surrender to Islamization.
It is unfortunate to see the Washington Times, which should know better, referring to Tommy Robinson as a “far-right, anti-Muslim activist.” “Far-right” is a propaganda term that essentially means only “this is someone the establishment media wants you to dislike.” And it is no more “anti-Muslim” to oppose jihad mass murder and Sharia oppression of women, non-Muslims and others than it was “anti-German” to oppose the Nazis.
“British Army probing meeting between military personnel and Tommy Robinson, anti-Muslim activist,
The 35-year-old former leader of the far-Right group posted images to his Facebook page which included a video of young men in camouflage uniform.
He uploaded the video with the caption: “A moment like this makes it all worth while. Today I met real British heroes,” he wrote as a caption.
An forces spokesman said The Army was aware of the photograph and footage and is "investigating the circumstances surrounding this".
Robinson, an anti-immigration and anti-Muslim activist whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, is currently on bail awaiting a re-trial for a contempt of court charge. 
He later posted a video of himself ranting on his social media page saying it was "unbelievable" that The Army was investigating the soldiers who he met at motorway services off the M1. 
Reacting to the pictures and videos being circulated on Wednesday, Major General Rupert Jones, who will shortly take up the appointment of Standing Joint Force Commander, said he was "confident" extremist views are not prevalent in the forces.
He said: "The British Army is absolutely clear that we do not tolerate extremist views and we don't tolerate extremist behaviour.
"I am very confident that is a widely held position across the Army. Much of the reaction to that incident from our people tells you that."
There has been wide condemnation of the images, including from the Muslim Council of Britain, which accused Robinson of "remaining silent on the sacrifices Muslims and others made in the two world wars".
Maj Gen Jones added: "The Army absolutely encourages diversity in our teams. We are stronger for diversity - we have very high expectations and standards and we will comply with those."




He also tried to play down ongoing concerns about Army recruitment and staffing levels.
Between April 2016 and March 2017, 8,194 soldiers joined the British Army, but 9,775 left.
Regardless of numbers, Major General Jones was confident the Army can fulfil its duties.
He said: "The key thing is: have we got the manpower to meet all of our operational commitments? And the answer to that is an undoubted 'yes'."
Maj Gen Jones denied reports of soldiers previously dismissed for drug offences being offered large payments to return to the forces.
He said: "The Secretary of State has been really clear on this - the British Army is not going to bring back people into the military who have been caught for drug offences.
"The bonuses for coming back into the military are very carefully targeted to draw back in people with very specialist skills. It's really targeting that."
Maj Gen Jones will join 120 troops at a reception at the Palace of Westminster on Wednesday afternoon.
Troops have been invited to Parliament by James Gray, the Conservative MP for North Wiltshire, for a welcome home reception to honour the Army's deployments in 55 nations around the world during the last 12 months.
Maj Gen Jones said: "It's really important for British people to see what the military are doing on their behalf.
"We live in an era of constant competition - the threats are diversifying and we cannot underestimate those threats, and I think it's important that the British public understand that."

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