They entered the country illegally, but they weren’t sent home. They were allowed to stay indefinitely. The UK Home Office banned me from entering the country because of my opposition to jihad terror and support for Israel, but they let these Muslims stay indefinitely. And how did these savages show their gratitude? By raping, abusing and trafficking British girls as young as 13 years old.
Reportedly close to a million non-Muslims girls have been gang raped and trafficked in the UK. The authorities did not pursue these crimes for years, for fear of being accused of islamophobia and racism (Islam is not a race). And still the child rape rages on. Politicians can keep turning a blind eye, law enforcement ignore it, so this pox on our communities continues get worse.
It’s because rape jihad is sanctioned under Islam. Sex slavery is sanctioned under Islam. Sex slavery and rape of the infidel is sanctioned and rewarded under Islam. Muslim clerics all over the world confirm the right to have sex slaves. It is in the Qur’an — the word of Allah.
At some point, British authorities are going to have to decide whether they’re going to submit to Allah and allow this to continue, or stop it once and for all. Even though these men and others have been prosecuted, as recently as October the Geller Report reported that Muslim rape gangs were still abusing and destroying girls all over the country. Authorities are still afraid of appearing islamophobic.
“Asylum seekers who formed child sex grooming gang caged for vile abuse,” by Tom White, Daily Record, November 3, 2017:
A sex grooming gang who used code names such as “Star” and “Shark Tooth” targeted vulnerable teenage girls, holding them in thrall with a constant supply of drink and drugs.
The four men, all asylum seekers who originally entered the UK illegally, abused and trafficked the youngsters who were as young as 13.
The Kurdish gang, who lived in Newcastle, would contact the girls on Facebook to discuss sex parties and on one occasion demanded sex in return for paying for a tattoo.
The girls, who were aged between 13-16 at the time, were plied with drugs such as cocaine , ecstasy, speed and cannabis.
Soran Azizi, 28, was convicted of two offences of trafficking for sexual exploitation .
Palla Pour, 25, was convicted of four offences of sexual activity with a child, inciting a child to engage in sexual activity, supplying controlled drug to another and permitting his premises to be used for the supply of drugs .
Ribas Asad, 29, was convicted of sexual assault, supplying a controlled drug, causing a child to engage in sexual activity and sexual activity with a child.
Saman Obaid, 29, was convicted of four offences of supplying controlled drugs.
Azizi, Pour and Asad had been granted indefinite leave to remain in the UK, but could now face deportation after their conviction.
Obaid has failed so far in his asylum application….
The judge said one of the girls had summed it up perfectly by saying “they were much older and pretended to be my friend and drove me around. But they were just totally using me for sex when I was a child”.
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