Another monstrous trial in a series of scores of Muslim gangs in the UK sex trafficking of infidel girls:
- Girls, 14, 'groomed and raped at drug den by Muslim gang who treated her with contempt'
of members of the Luton Sikh community protest police failing to
investigate Muslim sex attack on a young non-Muslim girl
Ignored Victims of Muslim Child Sex Trafficker who recruited
non-Muslim child "prostitutes"; Detective: "the worst case I've ever
had to deal with in my 22 years of service"
- Groups decry bogus "Asian" label
- Govt Minister: "Britain Needs Open Debate" about sex grooming gangs … what about root cause?
- Another Muslim Gang Busted in "Second Child Sex Ring" of young non-Muslim girls
- More Muslims Jailed for Raping, Grooming Tween girls, 40 More Sought
- British Judge: "Targeted because they were not part of your community or religion": Judge blasts sex gang
Child Sex Trafficking Trial: Nine Muslim men guilty of exploiting
non-Muslim schoolgirls for sex and prostitution after plying them
with vodka and drugs
And now this:
Gang of Muslim men ‘groomed girls as young as 11
for sex, trafficked them across the UK and attacked them with meat
cleavers and baseball bats’ The Muslim Issue
- Nine men groomed and horrifically abused vulnerable girls a court has heard
- One victim was forced to miscarry after her attacker used an ‘instrument’ on her in a home abortion
- It has been claimed they used ‘extreme physical and sexual violence’, often beating and burning them as they raped their victims
- It was claimed the girls were often given so many drugs that they were ‘barely aware’
- The abuse is alleged to have taken place over a period of eight years
An ’11 or 12 year old’ victim of a child sex ring was forced to
miscarry after her attacker used an ‘instrument’ on her in a home
abortion when she became pregnant, a court has heard.
A gang of nine men face accusations of grooming and horrifically
abusing vulnerable girls from the age of 11 – making their lives a
The men, all from Oxford, allegedly plied six girls with alcohol, cocaine and heroin before repeatedly raping them.
Kamar Jamil, 27, Akthtar Dogar, 32, Anjum Dogar, 30, Assad Hussain,
32, Mohammed Karrar, 38, Bassam Karrar, 26, Mohammed Hussain, 24,
Zeeshan Ahmed, 27, and Bilal Ahmed, 26, deny the charges against them.In
the dock from L to R: Kamar Jamil, Akhtar Dogar, Anjun Dogar, Assad
Hussain, Mohammed Karrar, Bassan A Karra, Mohammed T Hussain face
accusations of grooming and horrifically abusing vulnerable girls from
the age of 11. All deny the charges
Karrar together with other men not before the court is accused of
using an instrument on one of the victims when she was 11 or 12 to force
a miscarriage after she became pregnant.
They are accused of subjecting them to ‘extreme physical and sexual
violence’, often beating and burning them as they raped their victims.
The Old Bailey trial has heard how there were many more potential abusers in addition to those in the dock.
It took almost half an hour for all the charges to be read to the jury.
The jury was told it would hear evidence from friends of the victims, relatives, care workers and the police.
Telephone evidence between the accused and the victims will be presented along with DNA evidence.
Mr Lucas said: ‘The evidence will show that these girls were targeted precisely because they were young.’
The men took the girls to towns and cities across the country where they suffered further sexual abuse by other men.
The abuse is alleged to have taken place over a period of eight years.
Prosecutor Noel Lucas QC said: ‘Much of what the girls were forced to endure was perverted in the extreme.
‘The depravity of what the girls were forced to endure was extreme.’
Mr Lucas told the jury of seven men and five women at the Old Bailey to ‘steel yourself’ for the evidence they were to hear.
They were told the girls became addicted to some of the drugs and
felt unable to live without them making them more reliant on the men.
It was claimed the girls were often given so many drugs that they were ‘barely aware’ of what was going on.
Mr Lucas said: ‘Indeed they say that is the only way they could cope with what was going on.’
The court was told the men had ‘actively targeted vulnerable young girls from the age of about 11 or 12.’