UK: Muslim brothers forced non-Muslim girls into prostitution


Muslims gangs continue to rape, pimp, and traffic young non-Muslim girls systematically. It's at epidemic proportions. Law enforcement ignores the plaintive pleas of the victims. Is it any wonder that the Muslim sex trafficker of non-Muslim girls had utter contempt for his victims? Not only is it allowed under Islam, but Western law enforcement is sanctioning sex slavery under Islam. "These men were enjoying the sex slaves allowed by the Qur'an (men may enjoy 'what your right hands own,' 4:3) and Islamic law from among unbelieving women," said Robert Spencer.

And the media? They still dare not speak its name. "Shropshire brothers"? Aye, more like "umma brothers" Same M.O. (same Mo) as always…

Sharia sanctioned double talk. In the UK, Asian is the euphemism for Muslim. In France, it's "youth" or "immigrant youth" (despite being second or third generation), in Denmark it's "immigrant." In the US, the enemedia identifies jihadists and terrorists by nationality (as if that were relevant). The sharia is an ideology that asserts that Muslims are superior to non-Muslims. "They think that non-Muslim teenage girls are worthless and can be abused without a second thought."

Telford brothers 'forced girls into prostitution' BBC (hat tip David)

Mubarek Ali (left) and Ahdel Ali Mubarek Ali (left) and Ahdel Ali deny the charges

Four teenage girls were sexually abused and forced into prostitution by two Shropshire brothers, a court has heard.

The jury was told the youngest girl, 13, was raped, and another was repeatedly sold as a prostitute, sometimes to four men at a time.

Ahdel Ali, 24, and Mubarek Ali, 29, both of Regent Street, Wellington deny a total of 26 charges.

The offences are alleged to have taken place from March 2008 to December 2009.

Opening the case for the prosecution at Stafford Crown Court, Deborah Gould said the four alleged victims, all from the Telford area, suffered from "an extraordinary lack of self-esteem".

'Forbidden fruits'

"The defendants recognised they had power over the girls they abused because the girls lacked self-esteem, self-respect and self confidence. They were easy prey," she told the jury.

"Both were older than the girls and had the use of cars and money and gave the girls access to forbidden fruits – drink, drugs and sex."

Ms Gould told the court the brothers used gifts, attention and pressure to persuade two of the girls to have sex with other men.

Ahdel Ali denies one count of rape, 11 charges of sexual activity with a child, three charges of controlling child prostitution, two of inciting child prostitution, an allegation of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and meeting a child after grooming.

Mubarek Ali has pleaded not guilty to four charges of controlling child prostitution, two of trafficking in the UK for sexual exploitation and a charge of causing child prostitution.

The trial is expected to last two months.

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