- More Muslims Jailed for Raping, Grooming Tween girls, 40 More Sought
- British Judge: "Targeted because they were not part of your community or religion": Judge blasts sex gang
- UK Child Sex Trafficking Trial: Nine Muslim men guilty of exploiting non-Muslim schoolgirls for sex and prostitution after plying them with vodka and drugs
Forcing non-Muslim girls to become prostitutes and sex slaves is in the sharia. They think that non-Muslim (race has nothing to do with this) teenage girls are worthless and can be abused without a second thought.
Islam is not a race, and framing the issue this way is just another accommodation to Islam. This reinforces the special status that Muslims have under the sharia, which denies non-Muslims basic human rights.
Of course, the requisite 'backlashophobia" is a main concern of the Muslim community in the UK, which does nothing about the sexploitation of young non-Muslim girls.
- Nine men have been arrested in what officers are treating as separate from that of the group of men jailed this week for similar offences
- The alleged victim is thought to be one of 47 girls questioned in relation to the original child sex ring
- Men arrested in latest inquiry are not thought to have known members from other grooming trial
- Arrests come as police continue to hunt other suspected members of original case
- Rochdale MP Simon Danczuk believes sexual exploitation is a 'wider problem' in the area
Nine men have been arrested by detectives investigating a second suspected child grooming ring in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, just days after a group of men when were jailed for a similar offences in the same town.
It is understood that inquiries began after one of the 47 girls questioned in relation to the earlier sex racket led officers to what could be another exploitation ring based in the same area.
Greater Manchester Police said the men arrested in the latest inquiry are not thought to have known each other.
The first Oldham scandal: Eight of the nine men who were jailed this week following an investigation into what police say appears to be an entirely separate sex grooming ring. The ninth man cannot be identified for legal reasons
The fresh inquiry comes just days after nine Asian men were jailed for a total of 77 years for raping and abusing up to 47 girls – some as young as 13 – after plying them with alcohol and luring them to takeaways.
The judge in that trial said they treated their five white victims 'as though they were worthless and beyond any respect'.
Liverpool Crown Court heard how five girls – aged between 13 and 15 – were given alcohol, food and money in return for sex and that on some occasions the men even used violence.
Those offences happened in and around Rochdale in 2008 and 2009.
Shockwaves: Police guard Liverpool Crown Court during the trial in which nine men from Rochdale were jailed for grooming underage girls for sex. Just a few days later, officers believe they have arrested members of a second ring
The most recent arrests took place last Friday when two men, aged 24 and 26, were held on suspicion of sexual activity with a child.
A police spokesman said the arrests were the result of an inquiry into the sexual exploitation of a teenage girl, described as 'vulnerable' by men since 2005, but confirmed they are not in any way related to the group jailed this week.
Judge Gerald Clifton: Condemned the first gang jailed last week and suggested they deliberately targeted girls outside their community
'In total nine men have been arrested aged between 24 and 38 years old, on suspicion of sexual activity with a child,' he added.
'They have been bailed pending further inquiries.'
A file of evidence is expected to be handed over to the Crown Prosecution Service within weeks and local media reports suggest the men are all from Asian and Afro-Caribbean backgrounds.
The nine men involved in the seperate case concluded on Wednesday were convicted of conspiracy to engage in sexual activity with children under the age of 16 and other sexual offences including rape and trafficking for sexual exploitation.
In comments which appeared to conflict with police insistence that there was no 'racial or cultural' element to the crimes, Judge Gerald Clifton told the defendants: 'One of the factors leading to that was the fact that they were not part of your community or religion.'
The trial heard that the men – who are all from Pakistan, apart from one who is from Afghanistan – groomed and 'shared' the young white girls because they were vulnerable.
The gang's ringleader even branded the judge a 'racist b******' after he and eight other men were jailed.
The extraordinary outburst came after Judge Gerald Clinton's accusation.
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