As if non-Muslim girls weren’t at enough of a risk from the Muslim child sex trafficking gangs (it’s more like a cartel at this point). For the past decade, law enforcement refused to pursue these gangs, for fear of being accused of “racism” (islam is not a race) and “islamophobia.”
This judge’s ruling, coupled with Cameron’s recent announcement that the UK would take in tens of thousands of Muslim migrants from the Euro-invasion, makes it open season on infidel girls. War booty.
A Muslim child molester, Jamal Muhammed Raheem Ul Nasir, who abused two Muslim girls, was given a longer sentence than if his victims had been non-Muslim, because “Muslim” sex crime victims suffer more, a leading judge has ruled. How does this judge quantify pain and suffering?
Equality for all before the law has just been tossed into the dustbin of history.
Sharia for the UK, all the way.
This is an abomination.
Molesting Asian girls ‘deserves a longer sentence’, The Telegraph, September 18, 2015
White girls have been made more vulnerable to sexual abuse by a legal ruling that paedophiles who target Asian girls should get tougher sentences, campaigners said last night.
Children’s charities and MPs rounded on judges at the Court of Appeal after they said that it was right to take into account the extra shame Asian victims would feel and the damage to their prospects of an arranged marriage.
The judges issued their statement when they rejected an appeal by Jamal Muhammed Raheem Ul Nasir, 32, against his aggravated seven-year sentence for sexually assaulting his victims, aged nine and 14……
Mr Justice Walker said it was proper for paedophile Jamal Muhammed Raheem Ul Nasir to have been given a tougher than normal sentence because his victims were Asian.
Ul Nasir, 32, carried out sex attacks on two young girls and was jailed for four years at Leeds Crown Court in December last year. He was convicted of two counts of sexual assault on a child under 13 and four counts of sexual activity with a child.
The judge who jailed him, Sally Cahill QC, specifically said that the fact the victims were Asian had been factored in as an “aggravating feature” when passing sentence.
She stated that the victims and their families had suffered particular “shame” in their communities because of what had happened to them.
Additionally, there were cultural concerns that the girls’ future prospects of being regarded as a “good catch” for arranged marriages might be damaged.
Lawyers for Ul Nasir, 32, of Liversedge, West Yorkshire, argued at London’s Criminal Appeal Court that his sentence had been unfairly inflated.
But their complaints were rejected by Mr Justice Walker, who said: “The victims’ fathers were concerned about the future marriage prospects for their daughters.
“Judge Cahill was having particular regard to the harm cause to the victims by this offending. That harm was aggravated by the impact on the victims and their families within this particular community”.
The case was heard at London’s Appeal Court Photo: ALAMY
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