Longtime Geller Report are familiar with this sinister figure, Islamic supremacist Lord Nazi Ahmed. He is the jihadi who threatened the House of Lords with protests and demonstrations if they did not cancel their invitation to Geert Wilders to screen his Quran-critical film “Fitna.” In 2009, he “struck and killed a young man with his Jaguar” while text messaging and got twelve weeks in prison. The victim’s parents were understandably unhappy with the sentence. They lost their son, this manslaughterer and inciter of Islamic violence got 12 weeks. And now — child rape. Why not? Muhammad “consummated his marriage” with Aisha when she was nine. Lord Ahmed is just imitating his prophet. As were his brothers with whom he stands accused Mohammed Farouq and Mohammed Tariq.
This is his fourth child sex offense. Which, of course, is omitted from this BBC article. Also missing from this carefully scrubbed article is Ahmed’s previous conviction for killing a man then blaming a Jewish conspiracy for a prison sentence he received following the fatal motorway crash.
Scrub a dub dub, BBC, all in servitude to Islam.
Lord Ahmed of Rotherham to face trial on child sex charges
The BBC, April 20, 2019:
A member of the House of Lords will go on trial in December charged with historical sexual offences against children.
Lord Ahmed of Rotherham appeared for a brief hearing before a judge at Sheffield Crown Court.
He is charged with a serious sexual assault and indecent assault against a boy under the age of 11.
The 61-year-old is also charged with two counts of attempting to rape a girl who was under the age of 16.
The charges relate to dates between 1971 and 1974.
The peer, of East Bawtry Road, Rotherham, appeared under his name Nazir Ahmed along with two of his brothers.
Mohammed Farouq, 68, of Worrygoose Lane, Rotherham, is charged with four counts of indecent assault against a boy.
One of these counts relates to when the boy was under eight, in the late 1960s.
Mohammed Tariq, 63, of Gerard Road, Rotherham, is charged with two counts of indecent assault against a boy under 11.
The peer, who resigned from the Labour Party in 2013, spoke only to confirm his name, date of birth and nationality.
During a 20-minute hearing, Judge Jeremy Richardson QC fixed the trial date for all three men for 2 December.
He said a further hearing would be held on 14 June and released all three on bail.
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