18 in Muslim gang rape U.K. girls as easy prey

Saturday, August 12, 2017
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Michael F. Haverluck (OneNewsNow.com)

Islam in EnglandA British court convicted a massive “grooming gang” of 17 Muslim men and one woman for committing numerous sexual crimes against girls and women in the United Kingdom – who were considered “easy meat” by their rapists.

“The gang, made up of mostly Muslim Middle Easterners and South Asians – commonly referred to as just ‘Asian’ in the U.K. – preyed upon white British girls, plying them with alcohol, marijuana, mephedrone and other drugs,” WND reported. “The victims of sexual abuse were between the ages of 13 and 25. They were drugged unconscious and then raped or pressured into sex through physical or emotional abuse.”

Mega sex abuse sting

The sexual assaults repeatedly took place over several years, when the Muslim gang members lured the vulnerable girls with drugs and alcohol – for which sexual services were expected in return, with many waking up finding themselves undressed and raped.

“In a series of four trials at Newcastle crown court, juries found the men guilty of a catalogue of nearly 100 offences – including rape, human trafficking, conspiracy to incite prostitution and drug supply – between 2011 and 2014,” The London Guardian announced. “The men befriended more than 20 victims and invited them to ‘sessions’ at properties, mostly in the West End [section] of the city.”

The Northumbria Police Department’s  largest and most intricate sex abuse sting to date made the multiple arrests and convictions possible.

“The trials were the result of police investigation Operation Shelter, which fell under the umbrella of Operation Sanctuary – Northumbria police’s investigation into the sexual exploitation of children and adults with vulnerabilities,” the U.K. daily continued. “Police identified as many as 108 potential victims in Operation Shelter and 278 victims in the wider Operation Sanctuary.”

Depraved natures

The mindset of the rapists was witnessed by a female public transit ticket inspector, who fell victim to verbal abuse hurled by one of the Muslim gang members, Badrul Hussian.

“All white women are only good for one thing,” he yelled at the white British woman, according to the London paper. “For men like me to [sexual expletive] and use like trash. That’s all women like you are worth.”

Even though Muslims constitute only 5 percent of the U.K. population, they make up an astounding 90 percent of “grooming gang” convictions, says Peter McLaughlin, who authored Easy Meat: Inside Britain’s Grooming Gang Scandal.

Investigations showed the depraved nature of the illicit Muslim gang rape chain taking place in the area.

“The gangs work by targeting vulnerable individuals and abusing them emotionally – the so-called ‘boyfriend model’ in which the victim of sexual abuse is led to believe she is in a healthy relationship,” WND’s Liam Clancy explained. “The case has startling similarities to other accounts of other ‘grooming gangs’ in the U.K. – the most well-known of which is the Rotherham scandal, in which at least 300 Muslim men groomed young girls for sex over a 16-year period.”

Sky News reported that between 1997 and 2013, a Rotterham abuse probe discovered that more than 1,400 children were sexually exploited.

Epidemic proportions

Northumbria Police Chief Constable Steve Ashman stressed that the Muslim rape gangs are no small problem in his area.

“[The sexual exploitation of vulnerable people is [the challenge of our generation.” Ashman insisted, according to the Guardian. “There is a wider debate to be had as to how this is to be tackled moving forward. I am confident that we are getting this right, we will never stop pursuing those responsible, and we will throw everything we can at them and we will catch them.”

Newcastle City Council leader Nick Forbes said that the 20 young women who provided evidence in the four trials over the four-year period were “brave beyond belief.”

He mentioned how seven of the victims were known to children’s social care and another four to adult social care, while noting that one of the victims was being abused during the same time period that she was under the council’s care, according to The Independent.

The lineage of most of the sex offenders can be traced back to predominantly Muslim nations, living in areas where most refuse to assimilate with British culture.

“Those prosecuted were from the Pakistani, Iraqi, Iranian, Bangladeshi, Indian and Turkish communities – and mainly British-born – with most living in the West End of Newcastle,” the British online paper pointed out.

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