Law enforcement refuses to investigate and prosecute atacks on non-Muslim girls by Muslim men, as evidenced by the scores of victims of Muslim sex trafficking gangs. In Islam, sex slaves are allowed and sanctioned by the Qur'an (men may enjoy 'what your right hands own,' 4:3) and Islamic law from among unbelieving women.
The Sikh community in Luton held a sit down protest outside the Buxton Road police station on Tuesday evening because police did not investigate the report that a young woman from their community was sexually assaulted on Monday by a Muslim man. This is the same pattern of law enforcement ignoring the cores of victims of Muslim sex trafficking gangs. The scores of men in these child sex trafficking gangs were Muslim; the teens and tweens sexually trafficked were non-Muslim. It is not about race or "white girls." What color were the Hindu girls or Sikh girls who were preyed upon? Islam is not a race, it's an ideology. Identifying the men as "Asian" (an insult to actual Asian people) or Pakistani (no Pakistani Christian, Hindi or Sikh men were involved) is continuing the cover-up of the Islamic practice of subjugation, oppression and persecution of non-Muslims under the sharia that sanctions such behavior.
LUTON, UK (May 30, 2012)–Last night over 300 members of the Sikh community from all over the UK gathered at Nanak Darbar Gurdwara in Luton, UK following allegations of sexual assault that took place on a Sikh girl on Monday 28th May.
UK Sikh community has been highlighting for many years the case of grooming by Muslim men on Sikh, Hindu and White girls. This was recently bought to forefront following sentencing of 8 Muslim men from Rochdale, Manchester whom were convicted of sexual abuse of under aged young white girls.
Sikh24 has learnt that on Monday a Sikh girl was walking to pick up friends children from school when she was allegedly bundled into a car by two men. They kidnapped her and took her to the park near Dallow Road where she was raped. Sources have told Sikh24 that the attack on this Sikh Girl was captured on video and pictures.
Bedford Police force came under huge criticism last night following lack of action. The victim of this horrendous sex attack had been victim of grooming and the police had been contacted at least four times by the family but had failed to act.
Yesterday following the community meeting at Nanak Darbar Gurdwara rumors circulated that the Muslim man arrested for this crime was due to be released. The community therefore decided they would peacefully march to local police station and ask for answer as to why the police had failed to take this case seriously.
It was learned by Sikh24 reporters that the Police showed no interest in helping the Sikh community. Having failed to get timely response, the community decided they would block of one of the main dual carriageways outside Luton Police station. A sit down protest took place on main road in heart of Luton to highlight the lack of progress in cases and increased concern at grooming of teenage girls.
Later during the night, the Luton police informed the Sikh community that the release of the accused – Anan Majid Basharat, 19, from Luton was cancelled, however he could be released tomorrow following orders of the Luton Magistrates Court.
And these groups decry the bogus "Asian" label. Real Asian groups were forced to speak out against the smears, libels, and defamation made against them by sharia-compliant media and timid government officials.
Luton: local Sikh community protesting over 'sex attack police failures' Telegraph, May 30, hat tip Fern
Hundreds of members of the Luton Sikh community are protesting outside local police station amid claims police were failing to properly investigate a sex attack on a young woman.Hundreds of members of the local Sikh community protesting outside a Luton police station. Photo: TWITTER / SIKH24
Police said they were negotiating with the protesters staging the “sit down” protest outside the Buxton Road police station.
It comes after a young Sikh woman, who has not been identified, was reportedly beaten and sexually assaulted in the Bedfordshire town by a "Muslim man".
On Wednesday night, Bedfordshire Police confirmed they were “in talks” with the protesters to try and “resolve the situation” amid fears of rising tensions.
Reports suggested that more than 300 locals were involved in the protest because of “lack of action” from police over Monday’s attack.
There were reports that members of the English Defence League were also among the crowd.
Locals reported that the “community … feels the police could do more with regards to the investigation and current situation”.
Concerns were also raised that police were set to release the accused sex attacker amid fears it fuel rising tensions.
Detectives have arrested a man, who has not been identified, in connection with the attack.
On Tuesday night a Bedfordshire police spokesman said: “Police in Luton are currently in talks with members of the Sikh community who are holding a sit down protest outside the Buxton Road police station this evening (Tues May 29).
“Their concerns follow a report that a young woman from their community was sexually assaulted yesterday (Mon May 28).
“The allegation is currently subject of an investigation and all parties involved are being spoken with to establish the facts.”
She added: “One man has been arrested in connection with the allegation and enquiries continue.
“Police are working to resolve the situation this evening with the community leaders.”
Police declined to comment further or disclose the nationality of the arrested man.