Sunday, 30 September 2012

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Like father like sons

Like father like sons: Five of Abu Hamza's children convicted of offences ranging from bomb making to attacking police.

Four of hate preacher's sons have already served time behind bars The fifth is awaiting sentence for an armed robbery Only two of his sons, who are all over 18, haven't been in trouble with law Extremist will launch a last-ditch attempt to avoid extradition this week.

Mohammed Mustafa Kamel arrives at London Heathrow airport in 2002 after his three year prison term on terrorism charges in the Yemen city of Aden
Four have already served custodial sentences while the fifth is awaiting sentence for an armed robbery.

Abu Hamza, who is fighting extradition to the U.S., has nine children from two marriages, including a stepson with his second wife.

Of the seven sons, who are all over 18, only two have not been in trouble with the law. The two youngest children are daughters aged 16 and 13.

The preacher was married in 1980 to Valerie Traverso, a British woman, and divorced four years later after having one son, Mohammed.

Hamza has seven children with his second wife, Najat, and a stepson, Mohssin Ghailan, who was born to Najat before she married him.

Mohammed and Ghailan were jailed in Yemen in 1999, when Mohammed was 17, for plotting bomb attacks on tourist and economic targets. They returned to Britain after serving jail terms of three years and seven years respectively.

The two were arrested again in 2008 with their brother Hamza, then aged 22. 

 (Left to right) Hamza Mustafa Kamel, Mohamed Kamel Mostafa and Mohssin Ghailan, the three sons of jailed hook-handed cleric Abu Hamza, who exploited a loophole in the vehicle registration system to carry out a £1million luxury car scam

They were accused of operating a £1million car scam in which they fraudulently obtained documents for luxury cars and either sold them or used them as collateral for loans that were never repaid.

Ghailan, from Shepherd's Bush, west London, was described as a 'key player' in the fraud. He was jailed for four years. Hamza and Mohammed were also jailed.

Their younger brother, Yasser, admitted burglary in 2008 when he stole a laptop. He was given 120 hours' community service. He was then sent to a young offenders institution for 12 months in 2010 for attacking a policeman during protests outside the Israeli embassy in London.

In August this year Abu Hamza's 20-year-old son, Imran, was convicted of a £75,000 armed robbery at a jeweller's shop in King's Lynn, Norfolk. He is due to be sentenced in November.

His two other sons have not been in trouble with the law.

Uthman, 24, is an imam in Acton, west London; his younger brother Sufyan, 18, was named on a poster as attending a charity rally for Syria in February alongside Haithem al-Haddad, a radical preacher.

Uthman recited a prayer outside the American embassy last year during a demonstration in support of Aafia Siddiqui, a Pakistani neuroscientist who was arrested in Afghanistan on suspicion of links to Al-Qaeda and jailed in the US for 86 years.

Uthman is becoming a well known figure in the west London Muslim community, mainly through his recitals of religious texts which have been described as 'beautiful'.

Donna Traverso, the daughter of Valerie Traverso, told The Times in 2006 that her early memories of Abu Hamza were of a loving stepfather until he turned to fundamentalism.
When her stepbrother Mohammed was three years old, Abu Hamza took him to Egypt to visit family members. Neither she nor her mother saw him again for 16 years.

'He left me without saying goodbye, destroyed my family and told his own son that his mother was dead,' Donna Traverso said.

Mohammed has said he does not agree with his father's radical preaching and is proud to be British. However, when he formed a rap duo, Lionz of Da Dezert, his lyrics praised Hezbollah and Hamas, the armed wings of which are both classified by Britain as terrorist organisations.

The family has also attracted controversy for its cost to Britain. The TaxPayers' Alliance has estimated that Abu Hamza has cost the taxpayer £2.75m in welfare, housing and legal benefits.

At one time, the family was living in a £600,000 five-bedroom council house in Shepherd's Bush and claiming £680 a week in benefits.

Inayat Bunglawala, of the Muslims4UK group, told The Sunday Times: 'It is sad to see that some of Abu Hamza's children have been convicted of criminal acts.

'It is an extremely poor legacy... one can only hope his children at least may be able to shake off the negative influences and begin to rebuild their lives.' 


World Silent as Saudi Arabia Works to 'Destroy' Churches

Over the past decade, Saudi Arabia has been the largest source of donations from Islamic states and royal families to British universities, much of which is devoted to the study of Islam, the Middle East and Arabic literature.

A large share of this money went toward establishing Islamic study centers. In 2008, Prince Alwaleed bin Talal donated £8 million (SR 48.5 million) each to Cambridge and Edinburgh for this purpose, Al-Eqtisadiah business daily reported yesterday.

Oxford has been the largest British beneficiary of Saudi support. In 2005, Prince Sultan, the late crown prince, gave £2 million (SR 12 million) to the Ashmolean Museum. In 2001, the King Abdul Aziz Foundation gave £1 million (SR 6.1 million) to the Middle East Center.

There are many other donors. Oxford’s £75 million (SR 454.6 million) Islamic Studies Center was supported by 12 Muslim countries. Ruler of Oman, Sultan Qaboos bin Said, gave £3.1 million (SR 18.8 million) to Cambridge to fund two posts, including a chair of Arabic.

Ruler of Sharjah, Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Qassimi, has supported Exeter’s Islamic studies center with more than £5 million (SR 30 million) since 2001. Trinity Saint David, part of the University of Wales, has received donations from the ruler of Abu Dhabi Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al-Nahyan.

While Islamic studies are the most popular target for donors, support is certainly not restricted to the subject. The Saïd Business School at Oxford University was set up by Wafic Said, a Syrian-Saudi businessman, with a £23 million (SR 139.4 million) initial donation.
Donations are not the only financial links to the Gulf. According to the Observatory for Borderless Higher Education, of the 200 branch campuses opened by universities around the world, 37 are in the UAE and 10 are in Qatar.

University College London has an archaeology campus in Qatar. Bolton, Heriot-Watt, the London Business School, Manchester Business School, Cass Business School and Middlesex have bases in Dubai or neighboring Ras Al-Khaimah, the newspaper said quoting the Financial Times.

These satellite campuses have two purposes: for countries that need to expand their higher education rapidly, it allows them to build capacity. For the university – if they can make them work – it allows them to tap potentially lucrative markets.


Saturday, 29 September 2012

The Terrified West

Here's a 45-minute video on Islam presented by Dr. Bill Warner. The vital information he generously provides is indispensable to us in the West, but we have to take the initiative to find this information - online, in books, in historical research and from people with first-hand experience. Teachers, professors, talking heads, politicians' speeches, newspapers, etc… will never educate the masses of the very facts they need most to save themselves and their civilization. The myths that he demolishes are the best part of his presentation. He's a little awkward as a speaker, but very well versed in his topic, and very committed. He closes with a thought-provoking explanation of why we are afraid to fight back. If you prefer to view it at YouTube click here.

Thanks to the reader who recommended the video.

You may want to read this text by Dr. Warner, at the Political Islam website.

The text concludes:

You can awaken a man who is asleep, but you will never awaken a man who is pretending to be asleep. That is the reason that we find our experts in the government, media, education and the pulpits to be such dhimmis. They have refused to learn a single thing about Islamic doctrine and history since 9/11. But, cheer up! When the dhimmis write about the beauty of Islam and how the Kafirs (non-Muslims) are wrong, read the comments. You will find that the common man knows far, far more about Islam than the experts. The higher you go, the less they know.

Nine deny child prostitution ring

Nine men denied today being part of a child prostitution ring.

It took 40 minutes for the 51 charges to be read and their not guilty pleas to be recorded.
The nine men stood in the dock of the Old Bailey as they denied counts which included child rape, trafficking and organising prostitution.

One of the six victims in the charges was said to have been first abused when she was 11 or 12, others when they were 13.

Court clerk Kevin Roach had to stop at one point to take a sip of water and by count 36, he sat down to continue reading the lengthy details.

The men, all from the Oxford area, were remanded in custody to face an eight-week trial on January 14.

The accused included two sets of brothers, Akhtar Dogar, 31, and Anjum Dogar, 30, and Bassam Karrar, 32, and Mohammed Karrar, 37.
The others were Kamir Jamil, 26, Zeeshan Ahmed, 26, Assad Hussain, 31, Bilal Ahmed, 25, and Mohammed Hussain, 24.

Judge Peter Rook said they would appear at pre-trial hearings in November and December.


Friday, 28 September 2012

Opposites attract Muslims

With two major Arab leaders addressing the United Nations General Assembly this week in New York, an Egyptian-born former Muslim claims Americans now more than ever need to understand the true agenda of Islam.

Darwish, NonieIran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad called for a "new world order," and Egypt's President Mohammed Morsi rejected free speech rights this week at the U.N. General Assembly.

Nonie Darwish, founder of Arabs for Israel and author of The Devil We Don't Know: The Dark Side of Revolutions in the Middle East, says anti-American comments at the U.N. give rise for further concern of the growing Islamic influence around the world.

"Wherever Islam goes and … becomes a strong minority, there's going to be a demand for sharia law," she asserts. "If they don't get it, they're going to have a separatist movement, and I'm predicting England will have a Chechnya maybe in 10, 20 years. France will have a Chechnya. I hope this will never happen to America."
Darwish, who is the daughter of an Egyptian Army lieutenant general, explains that Muslims are trained to believe two opposite ideas at the same time.

"For instance, Islam is a religion of peace. At the same time, [they] will say go kill the Jews and the Christians because we have to go conquer them, and it's ok to do terrorism for that purpose, for that cause -- for the cause of Jihad," the Arabs for Israel founder poses.

She submits there is no such thing as moderate Islam in the Middle East, but the so-called moderates who may exist elsewhere enable radical Islamists.


Woman jailed for whipping child across face with a weapon leaving permanent scars

A woman has been jailed for striking a child with a weapon, leaving the ‘helpless baby’s face’ with permanent scars.

Amira Memur, 41, struck the 18-month-old toddler twice across the face with an unidentified weapon, leaving the child with wounds to the cheek.

Mrs Memur was jailed for 21 months for unlawful wounding and child cruelty while her husband Mehmet Memur was also convicted after he failed to seek medical attention for the child.

Newcastle Crown Court heard how the child’s wound became infected.

Amira Memur was sentenced to 21 months in jail at Newcastle Crown Court after she struck a toddler with a weapon, leaving the child with permanent scars

Gavin Doig, prosecuting said: ‘By December 13 at 11am, the injuries to the child’s cheek were obviously not fresh and had, according to medical opinion, become infected. 

‘The child sustained two full thickness linear wounds to the cheek.’

Mrs Memur, who appeared in court with a translator, had already been convicted of child cruelty in 2009 for hitting another child with a stick.

 Today Judge Guy Whitburn said to Mrs Memur, of Byker, Newcastle: ‘You were convicted of unlawful wounding and child cruelty. 

‘The injuries which you inflicted on an 18-month-old child were serious, the photographs were shown to the jury and an instrument of some sort was undoubtedly used and I gather from the pre-sentence report that there has been permanent scarring of that helpless baby’s face.’

Mrs Memur was jailed for 21 months, serving 15 months for unlawful wounding and six months for child cruelty to run concurrently.

Mr Memur was given a community order with the requirement that he serve 150 hours of community service for one charge of child cruelty.

Judge Whitburn told Mr Memur: ‘You unwisely accepted the explanation of your wife that delayed taking the child to hospital.     

‘By the time the child was taken to hospital the wounds had become infected.
‘It was misplaced loyalty to your wife.’

Annaliese Haugstad, defending, said: ‘If your honour were to deprive her of her liberty she would be extremely vulnerable within the prison setting, in addition to how isolated she would be.’

The case came as a charity revealed research that six out of ten social workers would act rapidly to protect a child from physical harm, but would do nothing or wait to help a youngster going hungry or without clothes and medical help.

The report by the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children and Community Care found that social workers are routinely ignoring the suffering of children neglected by their parents.


They were waiting outside the school gates at 3 o'clock: Victim of Rochdale gang talks of ordeal

It all began just a few feet from the school gates.

The men persuaded her to get into their car before plying her with alcohol and taking her to various houses for sex with other men.
The victim of the Rochdale sex gang, who was 15 at the time, was known t social services and police but was not helped (picture posed by model) 
It was a routine repeated on a daily basis.

For the girl, who was only 15 at the time, there seemed no way out.

And as the weeks and months passed she realised she was alone and utterly helpless.

Like the other victims of the Rochdale child sex gang, she was well known to social services and the police. But they were unwilling to help her.

‘These men would be picking me up from school – as soon as I walked out of the gates at three o’clock – and take me to houses,’ she said.

‘I was getting phone calls in school asking me to walk out of school.

‘I was coming into school with flea bites all over my body, dirty clothes, smelling of alcohol, smelling of being unclean. I was very quiet.
‘Quite a few people rang social services, school, the police, the  sexual health team. Even my own Dad rang social services to get help.’ 

At one point she was arrested for smashing the counter of the takeaway where the gang operated, and decided to report the abuse.

‘I was at the police station and I thought, “It’s now or never, I’m already here”,’ added the victim, who is now 19.

‘I thought if I say something now, it will be over and they will do something. It will get stopped and I won’t have to see anybody again.

‘Social services told my Mum and Dad that I was a prostitute and it was a lifestyle choice and that because I was only six months off turning 16, they weren’t going to do anything.
‘Then when I found out I was pregnant, social services threatened to remove my child at birth, but they never did anything to help me.


Thursday, 27 September 2012

UK signs agreement on “religious freedom” with OIC

UK signs agreement on “religious freedom” with OICConcerns have been raised by the National Secular Society that the UK's stance on free speech could be compromised by an agreement signed at the United Nations between this country and the Organisation of Islamic Co-operation (OIC).

The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by Baroness Sayeeda Warsi – the new "Minister for Faith" - and pledges that theUKand the OIC will "work together on issues of peace, stability and religious freedom."

At present, the OIC is agitating at the United Nations for a global blasphemy law that would make criticising or satirising religion a punishable offence.

Terry Sanderson, president of the National Secular Society, said: "We are all for co-operation between nations to try to foster peace and understanding, but the concept of 'religious freedom' is one that the OIC has distorted to mean restrictions on free expression.

"We hope that by signing this document the UK will not in any way compromise its commitment to human rights – particularly the human right to free speech. The British Government has been steadfast in its opposition to the OIC's blasphemy proposals up until now. We hope that this document will not change that in any way."

Baroness Warsi's other remit – as well as being 'Minister for Faith' – is at the Foreign Office and includes being the lead minister responsible for Pakistan, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Central Asia, the UN, the International Criminal Court and the OIC, which is the largest multi-lateral organisation in the world after the UN.

She became the first British minister to speak at the OIC's conference in June 2011 in Astana, Kazakstan. Previously she had hosted the secretary-general of the OIC in London and visited its secretariat in Jeddah, while she was in Saudi Arabia for performing Hajj. This led to the appointment of Britain's first special representative to organisation and its 57 members. Baroness Warsi has visited Pakistan five times during the past two and a half years in government, a country, which was so central to the formation of the Islamic Conference.

In the landmark agreement there is a particular emphasis on promoting the "key role Muslims have played in shaping modern Britain" and encouraging Muslim communities to play a key role at all levels in public life.
Lady Warsi said: "When I addressed the OIC Conference in Kazakhstanin June 2011, I said we face the global challenges together. This agreement formalises that establishing our many, many areas of co-operation, from security to conflict prevention; from religious freedom to human rights. One of the central aims of my new role will be to strengthen this relationship further and I am looking forward to ensuring we continue to work closely to achieve our mutual goals."

She also praised the Framework Co-operation Agreement, signed with the OIC's secretary-general, for its focus on promoting inter-religious understanding and interfaith dialogue, especially as these are two vital areas in the senior minister's new governmental role.

Terry Sanderson commented: "There is certainly a need for some kind of inter-religious understanding among OIC member states, a number of which suppress Christianity and other religions in a brutal and merciless fashion.

"The blasphemy law which is being proposed by the OIC on behalf of its members would be an entirely dangerous and regressive step if it were to be approved at the UN. It is quite clear that it would be used to persecute and oppress non-Muslim minorities in Muslim-majority countries, as the domestic blasphemy law in Pakistan does at present.

Mr Sanderson continued: "In Egypt the blasphemy laws are also used to get rid of political opponents and are sometimes used as a means of revenge by neighbours or colleagues who are in dispute. We do not need this kind of primitive legislation in our democracies and we need reassurance from our Government that their resolve remains unaffected by the signing of this agreement with the OIC."


Michael Coren: It is islam that should apologize

VIDEO: David Cameron fails British history test

David Cameron found himself stumped on the Late Show with David Letterman when he failed to answer questions on who composed Royal Britannia or what Magna Carta translates to


'Missed chances' by authorities led to major child exploitation scandal

(Photo by Design Pics Inc/ Rex)
Social workers, police and the Crown Prosecution Service "missed opportunities" to stop a child exploitation ring abusing young girls, a report into the scandal revealed today.

"Deficiencies" in the way children's social care responded to the victims' needs in Rochdale, Greater Manchester, were caused by "patchy" training of frontline staff, the Rochdale Borough Safeguarding Children Board (RBSCB) said in its review into child sexual exploitation (CSE).

The review was ordered in the aftermath of a trial which saw nine Asian men jailed for grooming young white girls for sex.

The picture which emerges from the report is one of vulnerable young girls, some as young as 10, who were being targeted for sexual abuse, being written off by those in authority who believed the girls were "making their own choices".

The review comes just days after The Times published a report which alleged that agencies in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, were aware of extensive and co-ordinated abuse of white girls by some Asian men and detailed a range of offences for which no-one has been prosecuted.

Rochdale Council said it has used the review's findings to implement a catalogue of changes and improvements.

The report looked at how agencies including the council, police, NHS and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) worked between 2007 and 2012 to safeguard children and young people who were at risk of sexual exploitation.

The report, which specifically followed the treatment of one 15-year-old victim, says: "While some organisations were consistently supportive in their response, overall child welfare organisations missed opportunities to provide a comprehensive, co-ordinated and timely response and, in addition, the criminal justice system missed opportunities to bring the perpetrators to justice."

The report also says: "Activity to disrupt alleged offenders was developing
  on the ground but this was not always followed through at a more senior level.

"The early investigations of crimes and the prosecution of alleged offenders were flawed."

RBSCB chairwoman Lynne Jones said: "We have responded to this review and improvements have been implemented. I believe organisations are working better together, sharing information to ensure children are protected and that perpetrators of these crimes are prosecuted."

She added: "Raising awareness so that young people are better equipped to understand what is happening to them or their friends has been delivered to 10,000 young people.

"Staff training has ensured that professionals are now more aware and able to respond appropriately.
"We are also seeing stronger joint working on police operations to bring people to justice."
The review found:

:: Specific training for frontline practitioners in the borough was patchy and lessons were absorbed inconsistently;

:: There were deficiencies in the way that children's social care responded to the victims' needs;

:: In children's social care, the focus was on younger children at risk of abuse from family and household members, rather than on vulnerable adolescents;

:: Agencies which referred potential victims were said to be "frustrated" that they were not "being adequately assessed and dealt with by the local authority", and staff failed to escalate their concerns successfully;

:: Agencies and organisations in Rochdale made faltering early progress in developing a satisfactory framework for managing allegations of child sexual exploitation;

:: The need for a specialist resource was identified in 2008, but its development was inadequately co-ordinated and supported;

:: There was a poor response by children's social care to cases where children were at risk of sexual exploitation.

The report concludes: "Although, between 2009 and February 2012, some improvements had been consolidated, the review acknowledges there were missed opportunities, over the last five years, to safeguard children and young people who have been affected by sexual exploitation."

The gang of nine men received jail sentences of between four and 19 years in May from a judge who said they treated their victims "as though they were worthless and beyond any respect".

The offences happened in and around Rochdale in 2008 and 2009.

The five girls - aged between 13 and 15 - were given alcohol, food and money in return for sex but there were times when violence was used.

Police said the victims were from "chaotic", "council estate" backgrounds and as many as 50 girls could have been victims of the gang.

A chance to stop the gang was missed in 2008 and both the police and the CPS were forced to apologise for their failings.

The first victim, who was 15 when the abuse began, told the police what had been happening to her in August 2008.

She specifically spoke of her abuse at the hands of two members of the gang who would later be jailed four years.

Her complaint was not taken seriously and she carried on being abused by the gang until December 2008 when she fell pregnant and moved away.

Rochdale Council said the recommendations in the review have led to improvements being implemented which include:

:: More than 10,000 staff in agencies in the borough have received briefings in respect of recognition and response to sexual exploitation;

:: More than 1,500 staff have had face-to-face training with plans to reach the whole workforce by the end of this year;

:: The formulation of a multi-agency strategy to ensure a more co-ordinated response to child sexual exploitation;

:: An increase in staffing in the Sunrise Team, created to prevent and tackle child sexual exploitation;
:: New procedures to follow when staff refer possible child sexual exploitation cases;

:: The introduction of one point of contact for referrals of concern and all referrals to children's social care services for children over the age of 12 being screened for early signs of child sexual exploitation;

:: Regular meetings to ensure services share concerns about possible victims, abusers and hotspots in the borough and develop appropriate responses.

Jim Taylor, chief executive of Rochdale Borough Council, said: "We must not forget these terrible acts were committed by criminals and I applaud the bravery of the young women for bringing these cases to court.
"This review highlights that all agencies did not work together adequately and it is very clear that, in the past, council services missed opportunities to offer assistance. I deeply regret this.

"The council accepts the findings of this review, which has shown deficiencies in our children's social care service and, in parts, an unacceptable level of support.

"There was more that could and should have been done to protect the victims when allegations first came to light.

"Unacceptable practice is being investigated and dealt with in line with our procedures.

"We are well aware of the issues the review raises and the way the council and its partners now approach the issue of child sexual exploitation has changed. We are now more able to intervene earlier and more robustly."
The council's own review of internal processes and procedures will be published next month.

Chief Superintendent Annette Anderson, Divisional Commander for Rochdale, said: "This report once again highlights the complex nature of child sexual exploitation and we acknowledge its findings.

"We have already stated that there were issues with an initial inquiry into CSE in Rochdale in 2008.
"However, the IPCC are currently supervising an investigation into that inquiry so it would be inappropriate for us to go into further details at this moment.

"What we can say is that GMP's (Greater Manchester Police's) force-wide approach to child sexual exploitation and child abuse in general has changed significantly over the last few years.
"Locally, with our partners at the council and the health service, Rochdale division now has formal working strategies to tackle head-on child exploitation.

"Integral to this has been an intensive programme of raising awareness with officers which has now happened to such an extent that they all now see CSE as part of a wider pattern of behaviour and offending.
"What cannot be lost, however, is that we are talking about the abuse of children by adults and it is the criminals themselves who take ultimate responsibility for their actions."

Today's report is only one of a number of reviews that are set to be published in the coming months, including the IPCC and a full Serious Case Review, due for publication in 2013.

Simon Danczuk MP, representing Rochdale, said: "Some months ago I spoke in Parliament about the appalling attitudes shown by Rochdale social workers in blaming the young victims of rape for their abuse.

"The Independent Safeguarding Board's investigation confirms this culture within Rochdale council, as case files show social workers believed young girls who were raped were 'making their own choices' and 'engaging in consensual sexual activity'.

"What this report shows is that young girls' cries for help were systematically ignored and I'm in no doubt that the poor response by council services would have emboldened the criminal to make them think they could carry on abusing with impunity."

He added: "They knew the girls had been to the police and social services and because nothing happened they must have thought 'we can get away with raping girls for as long as we want'. This report only looks at one case and clearly shows a culture of neglect. The more thorough Serious Case Review I am sure will reveal an even worse picture."

Richard Scorer, a solicitor for some of the abused girls, said it was "very likely" they would be taking legal action against the authorities for failing to protect them.

Mr Scorer told ITV's Daybreak programme the report was "very, very damning", and highlighted "a whole catalogue of failings, mainly by Rochdale social services".

He said: "I think based on the evidence in this report it is very likely that we will be going forward with legal action.

"It is fairly unusual for social services to be sued. It does happen but it is fairly unusual.
"Most of the cases we have seen in the past have tended to involve younger children, so this case is fairly novel.

"But I think it is right that where social services have failed in this way that they are held properly to account."
Asked whether the girls have been able rebuild their lives and come to terms with what happened to them, Mr Scorer said: "Of course they are deeply traumatised and distressed by these events, which have lasted over many years.

"But they want to have the opportunity to rebuild their lives, the means, the wherewithal to do that, and that of course is part of the reason for bringing this case.

"What they also want to see is some cultural change in social services and hopefully the report is the first stage of that, but they want to press home that point and the legal action is part of achieving that."
He added: "I think there was a view in social services that somehow these girls were making their own choices about this.

"The reality is that they were trapped in this situation. They were victims of violence and threats of violence, they were trapped in the situation, they couldn't escape from it and they needed the help and support of social services and the police to do that.

"Of course eventually that came, but it came many years too late."

Thurnby Lodge Islamic centre protest in Leicester

Thurnby Lodge
A protest attended by about 100 people has been held at Leicester City Hall opposing a move to lease an empty Scout hut to a Muslim group.

A 1,500-name petition opposing the move was also given to the city council.

Mayor Sir Peter Soulsby met the group and assured them all views were being considered and a final proposal had not been drawn up.

The authority is considering handing over the hut at Thurnby Lodge to the Muslim group As-Salaam.
Drug advice
The protesters want the disused property to be developed for use by the wider community.
Eight demonstrations have been held since they started at the end of July.

Organisers said they were not anti-Islamic but they were upset with the city council.

The As-Salaam Trust has said its community centre aimed to provide food sharing services, drug and alcohol advice and education to make community life better for everyone.

Protesters predicted that the community centre would cause traffic problems, but the As-Salaam Trust said many users would walk to the facility.


Wednesday, 26 September 2012

Heartbreaking letter victim, 13, of grooming sex gang wrote to herself

A 13-year-old girl who told police how she had been groomed and raped by an Asian sex gang wrote a harrowing letter to herself at the age of 14.

In the letter addressed to her alter-ego Michelle, she wrote, 'I feel like the asians really hate me even when they say they love me'.

The girl, who told police about the rape that took her virginity and the time five men queued outside a bedroom to demand sex from her, added, 'They took all my dreams and my life away from me.'

In a three hour interview with South Yorkshire Police in 2003, the girl, at the time 13, told of the hellish ordeal of how she was ensnared to two police officers.

Six months later, at the age of 14, Amy, a name used to protect her identity, from a village near Rotherham, was interviewed again for two hours, which was filmed and captured.

She found the courage to speak to officers in the hope that the men who had exploited her would be prosecuted.

In footage obtained by The Times, Amy identified the youths who befriended her and spoke of how she enjoyed spending times with them after school.
Victim: A vulnerable white girl who was sexually abused by Asian men was offered lessons in Urdu and Punjabi after her ordeal. (Picture posed by model)
She said they introduced her to older men, cars, alcohol cigarettes and cannabis.

She also spoke of the shame and confusion about whether to tell anyone after she was raped for the first time and how she was subjected to acts of casual, brutal sex.
In a later interview she said she was held in a bedroom in a flat as five men queued to demand sex from her.

When Amy was with her abusers, they told her to tell police officers her name was Michelle.

The letter she wrote to herself at 14 reveals the torment she suffered at the hands of the gang.

She added, in a letter revealed in The Times, that the men 'say they love me' and 'I just feel sad because they've took all my dreams and my life away from me.'

'If I had one dream it would be for them to treat me like I'm human and not just a piece of meat'.

She wrote a reply to herself from Michelle saying she was frightened of the men and that she felt she deserved the horrible things they did to her. 

Police have never charged anyone in connection with any sexual offence against Amy.

Before the girl spoke to officers in 2003, South Yorkshire police already knew of a crime pattern involving the sexual exploitation of young teenagers in Rotherham by a group of offenders, largely of Pakistani heritage.

The news comes as research, reports and case files revealed police turned a blind eye to allegations of sexual abuse of white girls.

And it was claimed council officials were desperate to cover up any racial link to the abuse of young girls.

The research shows that a string of warnings dating back as far as 2000 were ignored by the authorities. In many cases, police action was taken only against the victims.
Among other alleged crimes which no one was prosecuted for was a British Pakistani man found in a car with a 12-year-old, a bottle of vodka and pornographic images of the girl.

Another alleged crime was a 14-year-old girl missing for a week and found under the influence of drugs in a car with a man 20 years older. They had sex but he was arrested only for drug possession.

According to previously confidential documents seen by The Times, police in Rotherham, South Yorkshire, found evidence of thousands of similar crimes and described ‘networks of Asian males exploiting young white females’. 

The groups were reported to have trafficked victims to cities including Bristol, Manchester and Birmingham. 

Despite this, just two prosecutions of groups of men for sexual abuse have taken place in South Yorkshire since 1996. 

Since the revelations there have been calls for a public inquiry into the sex grooming by gangs and the trafficking of girls.


Population growing by 1,000 a day, Office for National Statistics shows

The population of England and Wales continues to grow by 1,000 a day, latest figures show. 

Over the past decade the number living in the country has grown by twice the European average, fuelled by record levels of immigration and a higher birth rate.

 "Two-thirds of our population increase is down to immigration.

Only Germany and France, which are far bigger, are now home to more people than Britain, the Office for National Statistics said.
Its latest estimates highlight the scale of the challenge faced by ministers in meeting their goal of reducing net migration – the number who settle each year minus those who move abroad – to the “tens of thousands” from the current level of 200,000.
Sir Andrew Green, chairman of the pressure group Migration Watch UK, said: “It is absolutely absurd to find that our population is continuing to shoot up in this way.
“Two-thirds of our population increase is down to immigration. That is the only element that the Government can control and it is high time they did so.”

The ONS’s latest calculations show that the population of England and Wales increased by 95,000 (0.17 per cent) between Census day last year, March 27th, and the mid-year point, June 30th.

This works out at more than 1,000 people a day, taking the total to 56,170,900.
The population changed over the three months in 2011 as 187,600 babies were born and 121,000 people died.

Some 98,200 foreign nationals moved to Britain with the intention of staying for more than a year, while 68,500 people left the country, putting net migration over the period at 28,400.
The ONS noted: “Immigration flows are comparatively lower for the three-month period between end of March and June.”

Historical figures showed the population of England and Wales has grown by 20million over the past century including a 4m rise in the past decade as border controls with Eastern Europe were relaxed.
“The increase in population between 2001 and 2011 was the largest in percentage terms in the last century,” the ONS said, excluding the Second World War.

The population increased by 7.3 per cent since the turn of the millennium, twice as much as the 3.5 average across the Continent.

England and Wales now has the fourth largest population among 26 nations in Europe, but Britain as a whole is third in the rankings.

In order to reduce net migration, the Home Office is cutting the number of visas offered to international students and restricting the number who can stay after graduation. Only the most skilled foreign workers can take up jobs in Britain and must earn at least £18,600 if they want to bring their spouses over as well.


Tuesday, 25 September 2012

Amy’s parents thought she was happy and safe. They were wrong

Amy comes from a stable, loving home, far removed from the background of family dysfunction or residential care often associated with victims of child sexual exploitation.

Hers was a secure life built around the normal routines of schoolgirls up and down Britain. But it had one weakness for those intent on abuse — a daily window of opportunity between the end of the school day at 4.30pm and her parents’ return home from the family business four hours later.

For three months, when they thought she was at home or playing with her friends, the 13-year-old was catching a bus into Rotherham, South Yorkshire, with a girl from her school who had introduced her to some exciting new friends.

Throughout the abuse that followed, Amy was never home late, nor did she once go missing overnight. But as the weeks passed, her mother sensed that something was wrong. Amy was misbehaving at school, which was unheard of, and she had become moody and argumentative at home.

By the time her parents learnt the truth, their child had been repeatedly raped and used for sex by at least six adults, all in their late teens or early 20s.

The Times revealed yesterday that South Yorkshire Police and social services knew for more than a decade that organised groups of men, largely of Pakistani heritage, were grooming, pimping and trafficking girls from Rotherham. Hundreds of confidential documents shown to this newspaper suggested that agencies consistently failed to protect victims or prosecute offenders. Last night, Denis MacShane, the town’s Labour MP, demanded an independent public inquiry.

Warning bells sounded in Amy’s case one evening when neighbours phoned her mother at work. Two young Asian men had been wandering around outside their house, knocking on doors and windows and were now sitting outside in a parked car. She rushed home.

The men had gone but Amy, who was inside, had a mark on her face. She said she had tripped; in fact, she had been punched by her main abuser. The next day, while Amy was at school, her mother found a mobile phone in her bedroom with more than a hundred male names and numbers.

Amy, whose name The Times has changed to protect her identity, remembers arriving home that afternoon. Her mother was sitting at the kitchen table waiting for her. She asked Amy to sit down and tell her what was wrong — and the floodgates opened.

“I just blurted it out. All that time I think I’d been waiting for someone to ask me. Finally, someone had,” she recalled.

Her mother’s memory is that Amy began sobbing hysterically: “I’ve been raped, Mum. They’re raping me.”

“She was distraught and she wasn’t making much sense. We were both crying. I phoned her dad, told him to get home straight away, then dialled 999. Amy said, ‘It’s no good ringing the police, Mum. These people are more powerful than God’ .”

So began the steepest of learning curves for Amy’s parents, whose assumption that the police would “sort everything out” proved naive in the extreme. The first officer to hear her story filed a report that evening, in April 2003, stating that although Amy was alleging four rapes “it appears this matter would be more realistically viewed as unlawful sexual intercourse as she has gone back to see him repeatedly”.

With her clothes taken as evidence, Amy was medically examined and gave a three-hour police interview in which she spoke about her main abuser but was too ashamed to mention other incidents with other men.

The alleged rapist, in his late teens, came from a family with a reputation for dealing drugs, using weapons and violence. Amy’s family say that threats of retribution soon followed.

Two girls who witnessed some of the abuse initially agreed to give statements but swiftly changed their minds, passing on a message that if Amy gave evidence she was “a dead girl walking”.

Men began phoning the house suggesting that their home would be firebombed and Amy’s mother raped. The family, described in a social services report as “very loving and protective”, was terrified.

As a result, Amy withdrew her complaint. She and her parents insist that they took the decision after learning that police had lost her clothes and, thus, any chance of securing forensic evidence to support her claims.

South Yorkshire Police says it lost the clothes after Amy asked for the case to be dropped. At the time, a police report noted that she maintained the truth of her story. An officer added her written opinion that the girl was lying. The case was dropped, marked “no crime — false complaint”. There were said to be “no further lines of inquiry”.

Within six months Amy was back at a police station. Her parents, who had moved Amy to a new school, thought she had ended all contact with the men. The respite was only temporary.

Amy knew that they were using her but part of her craved their attention. After a gap of several months, mobile phone contact resumed, although not with her main abuser, and she persuaded herself that his friends were different and genuinely cared about her.

Phone contact led to meetings. By the summer of 2003, aged 14, she was heading downhill fast. Matters came to a head when two of the so-called friends persuaded her to go to a flat, where she claimed that she was sexually abused in a bedroom by five men, one after the other.

Four were British Pakistanis. The fifth, aged 32, an Iraqi Kurd asylum seeker. Two were strangers who arrived after she was placed in a bedroom. The door handle was held from the outside to prevent her leaving.

“I wanted to cry. I just wanted to go home,” she told the police after confiding in her mother. The family decided that this time, whatever the cost, the guilty men must face justice.

Amy’s mother wrote to David Blunkett, the Home Secretary. They had meetings with their local MP and in September were visited by a police officer and social worker who told them that Amy “could help police to stop this by giving evidence against [the men]”.

A social worker’s notes record that Amy “decided to go ahead with a complaint”. She wanted “to get away from them and to stop it happening to other girls”.

She gave police a two-hour interview, identified the flat and three men were arrested. Two, aged 20 and 32, said they knew Amy but denied that sexual activity had taken place. The third, 19, admitted having sex with her and agreed that a succession of men had gone into the bedroom. He claimed, however, not to have known “that all these men would have sex with her”.

Amy and her parents hoped that police would not only charge the men from the flat but also reopen their investigation into the rapes six months earlier. Not so. The police concluded there was insufficient evidence to prosecute anyone.

The same detective constable who previously suggested that Amy was lying sent a report to her inspector. She wrote that she had told Amy’s parents “that the police could not stop [Amy] from meeting these men if she wished to do so and that they had to accept some responsibility for protecting their own daughter”.

In his response, the inspector questioned Amy’s “strength and credibility as a witness”. Seemingly forgetting the admissions made by the 19-year-old, he suggested that there was “no corroboration in respect of any of the allegations”.

His conclusion was that there was “no realistic prospect of conviction regarding the three identified suspects”. A file went to the Crown Prosecution Service and was duly returned by the reviewing lawyer with a recommendation against bringing charges.

For Amy’s parents, the news was devastating. Not only were the men at large but the implied message was that the authorities did not believe their daughter. By now she was barely attending school and sleeping in her mother’s bed because she was too scared to be alone at night. A child psychiatrist voiced “extreme concern” about her mental state.

The doctor wrote that Amy’s “faith in institutions has been undermined by the failure of the police to use the evidence that was given to them or even to confront those adults, who have a reputation for abusing other children”.

The psychiatrist later told Amy’s parents that “these men working across the country, targeting and trafficking young girls for the purposes of prostitution . . . if they were in their own country, they would be either stoned to death or beheaded”.
Source: The Times (£)

Honor Killing Caught On Film in Egypt

In the video below you will see a housewife being killed in broad daylight. Tthe horror occurred in Hariri's manor in eastern province while the crowds stood by and watched. A cellphone was available to film the gory details.

Notice how the killer is stabbing the woman with a small blade while she is laying helplessly on the floor. Honor killings are becoming more and more common in Egypt since the toppling of Mubarak. On April of this year, it was reported by Emirates24 that an Egyptian man murdered his three daughters with two cobras. These killings will increase as the days go by, and as Islamic Jihad ensues.

Viewer Discretion Is Advised.

Court upholds acquittals in Vilks murder plot case

 A court of appeal in Gothenburg has upheld the acquittal of three men charged with having plotted to murder Swedish artist Lars Vilks.

Following the same line of reasoning applied by the lower court, the appeals court found that there were a number of circumstances that raised suspicions that the three men had been planning an attack on Vilks, who has been the target of numerous death threats since his drawing of the Prophet Mohammed as a dog was first published by a Swedish regional newspaper in 2007.

For example, the suspects were looking for Vilks at an art exhibition at the Röda Sten gallery in Gothenburg on the night of September 11th, 2011 – the night they were arrested.

All three were also carrying knives at the time of their arrests, and had given police faulty information about what they had been doing in the days prior to the arrests.

But according to the court of appeal, there is no concrete evidence linking the suspects to claims by the prosecutor that they intended to murder Vilks, even if the men were no strangers to violence.

The prosecutor appealed the district court's acquittal of the men to the Court of Appeal for Western Sweden because she believed there was sufficient evidence for a conviction.

The three men were arrested along with a fourth man, no longer considered a suspect, by an elite counter-terrorism unit in Gothenburg.

The unit had evacuated hundreds of people from the Röda Sten gallery as it hosted a September art fair "after concluding that there was a threat that could endanger lives or health or cause serious damage".

Vilks had initially said on his blog that he would attend the art fair although he did not in the end.

The three suspects – one Somali citizen and two Swedes in their mid-20s – were all carrying knives when they were arrested and were, according to the prosecution, planning to stab Vilks to death.

The men were initially suspected of terror crimes, but the charges were later downgraded to preparing to commit murder.

All three men were however convicted and fined for violating Sweden's weapons laws.


Jail for Iranian immigrant found guilty of raping drunken woman

Shahram Husseini, 26, had offered to help his 24-year-old victim find her friends after he discovered her walking by herself in the town centre.

But instead he lured her back to his home and raped her on the sofa, Cambridge Crown Court heard.
Husseini, of Railway Road, Wisbech, was found guilty of rape on an 11 to one majority verdict after a six-day trial. The jury took more than eight hours to reach this afternoon’s decision.

Sentencing Husseini, Judge Anthony Bate said: “I accept that you did not set out to commit any crime against her. However, she was clearly the worse for wear for drink and we could see the extent of that from the CCTV of Norfolk Street.

“In the time you spent together your intentions changed from helping her to meet up with her ex-boyfriend to instead taking her to your own home. Having got her there, you raped this young lady.”

Judge Bate added: “She thought she would be safe with you, but she wasn’t.”
Husseini committed the crime in March this year – months after fleeing his native Kurdistan to stay with friends in Wisbech.

The court heard that after their “chance encounter” on a Wisbech street, Husseini took the woman back to his home and had unprotected sex with her.

She managed to leave the property in the early hours of the morning, when she found her friends and reported what had happened to the police. An investigation was launched and Husseini was identified as a suspect straight away.

Husseini wept in the dock as Angela Rafferty, mitigating, told the court that he had “never seen any happiness in his life”. His father was killed in the war in Iraq while his mother had died in a car crash.
Ms Rafferty said Husseini had not used violence and that he lacked a “certain degree” of education and cultural awareness.

“This clearly started as a chance meeting,” she said. “This was not a situation where he went out searching for a woman to assault.”

Ms Rafferty added: “He has found the experience of prison very, very difficult.
“He has seen a lot of violence there and he has seen a lot of violence in his life. At times, he says he feels suicidal.”

Husseini was sentenced to six years, of which he will serve half in custody, and was placed on the sex offenders’ register indefinitely.

Upon his release from prison he will be considered for deportation.


Terror suspect family appeal

Babar Ahmad has been held without trial for eight years Credit: Facebook
The family of a man from Tooting who's facing extradition to the United States on terrorism charges has appealed to the Home Office.

Babar Ahmad, a computer expert, is accused of raising funds for terrorism.
Babar Ahmad's father at a previous extradition ruling in 2005 Credit: Chris Young/PA Archive/Press Association Image
He's one of five terror suspects, including radical cleric Abu Hamza, who've lost their appeal against extradition at the European Court of Human Rights.

In a statement, Babar's family said:

"This matter should never have come to this stage had theBritish police done their job almost nine years ago and provided the material seized from Babar's home to the CPS rather than secretly passing it to their UScounterparts.

"The CPS is now in possession of all that material which forms the basis of the US indictment and should immediately prosecute Babar for conduct allegedly committed in the UK.

"We now call on the Home Secretary to immediately undertake to halt any extradition until the Director of Public Prosecutions makes a decision on the material that is in his possession."


In full: Police log detailing Andrew Mitchell's 'pleb' rant

Whilst on duty at *** tonight (Wed 19th Sept) on a 1400-2200 hrs between the hours of 1800-2000 I had to deal with a man claiming to be the chief whip and who I later confirmed to be such and a Mr Andrew MITCHELL.
Mr Mitchell was speaking to PC ******** demanding exit through the main vehicle gate into Whitehall. PC ******** explained to Mr MITCHELL that the policy was for pedal cycles to use the side pedestrian exit.

 Mr MITCHELL refused, stating he was the chief whip and he always used the main gates.
I explained to Mr MITCHELL that the policy was to use the side pedestrian gates and that I was happy to open those for him, but that no officer present would be opening the main gates as this was the policy we were directed to follow.
Mr MITCHELL refused. Repeatedly reiterating he was the chief whip. My exact explanation to Mr MITCHELL was "I am more than happy to open the side pedestrian gate for you Sir, but it is policy that we are not to allow cycles through the main vehicle entrance".
After several refusals Mr MITCHELL got off his bike and walked to the pedestrian gate with me after I again offered to open that for him.

 There were several members of public present as is the norm opposite the pedestrian gate and as we neared it, Mr MITCHELL said: "Best you learn your f------ don’t run this f------ government...You’re f------ plebs." The members of public looked visibly shocked and I was somewhat taken aback by the language used and the view expressed by a senior government official. I can not say if this statement was aimed at me individually, or the officers present or the police service as a whole.

I warned Mr MITCHELL that he should not swear, and if he continued to do so I would have no option but to arrest him under the Public Order Act, saying "Please don’t swear at me Sir. If you continue to I will have no option but to arrest you under the public order act".

Mr MITCHELL was then silent and left saying "you haven’t heard the last of this" as he cycled off.
I forward this to you as all officers were extremely polite to Mr MITCHELL, but such behaviour and verbal expressions could lead to the unfortunate situation of officers being left no option but to exercise their powers.

I write this for your information as Mr Mitchell’s last comments would appear to indicate that he is unhappy with my actions.

I have recorded this fully in my pocket book.


Monday, 24 September 2012

Man robbed at knifepoint

POLICE are appealing for help to trace three men who robbed another man at knifepoint in Redditch.
It happened on Thursday, September 20 at 7.25pm in an underpass off Harport Road between Lodge Park and Greenlands.

The victim, a man in his 20s, was approached by three Asian men, two coming from behind him and one in front who pulled out a Stanley knife and ordered him to hand over his valuables.
He tried to fight them off and stopped them from stealing his mobile phone but fell to the floor and suffered a cut hand.

The victim managed to run from the scene after the robbers had grabbed a small black bag from him which had long string handles. It contained his lunchbox.
The robbers were all thought to be aged between 20 and 24, around 5ft 6ins, of medium build and wearing hooded tops.

One of them was wearing a top with an urban camouflage design and one of the others was wearing beige trousers.

Detective Constable Dave Jennings of Redditch CID said: "Fortunately the victim's injuries did not require medical treatment but obviously he was pretty shaken up by this.

“It was a senseless robbery in that all they managed to steal was an empty lunchbox.

“However the use of a knife is very worrying and it is essential we catch these men.”

He added: "I would urge anyone who saw them hanging around near the underpass or knows or can suggest who they are to get in touch with us as a matter of urgency."

Anyone with information can call 101, quoting incident reference 562-S-200912, or Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


Melilla: Spanish Man Intervenes to Stop Muslim Beating Woman in Street

This is from Melilla, one of the Spanish exclaves in Africa, surrounded by Morocco. The Muslim is beating a woman in the street, surrounded by other Muslims who do nothing to stop him. A Spanish couple who live just above notice what's going on. The woman starts to record the scene on her mobile phone, shouting to the men below that she is recording, while her husband goes to intervene personally.

When the man is subdued, the woman retrieves a document from him, so it looks as if he had taken something from her. It's not known whether they are related. A complaint was later filed with the police along with the video.

Source: Alerta Digital

Birmingham Family Killed Pregnant Naila Mumtaz over 'Muslim Demons' Fears

Four relatives of a pregnant woman they murdered because they believed she was possessed by demons, have been jailed for life.

 Naila Mumtaz

Naila Mumtaz was smothered to death in 2009 at her home in Handsworth, Birmingham.
Her husband, Mohammed, 27, was among the killers.

He was sentenced along with his parents Zia Ul-Haq and Salma Aslam, both 51, and brother Hammad Hassan, 24.

Mrs Mumtaz  was killed by the family because they believed Muslim evil sprits - djinns - were possessing her.

Mrs Mumtaz was six months pregnant when she died, two years after arriving in the UK from Pakistan.
After the four were convicted at Birmingham Crown Court, Det Insp Simon Astle said: "This was a tragic and deeply upsetting case, where a young woman had her life so horrifically ended by those she loved and trusted.

Naila was a pretty, outgoing young woman who was soon to become a mother for the first time.
"It is unthinkable that those she was closest to would take her life in the belief that she had been possessed by evil spirits."

Naila's family issued a statement spoke of their shock in a statement.

"Naila was a happy, confident and beautiful young woman.

"She came to Britain to be with her husband. We entrusted our most treasured, beloved only daughter to him and his family."

Mr Justice Keith adjourned sentence on all four, who were remanded in custody, for reports to be prepared. 


Anarchy in German school where 83% of the pupils are of foreign descent

Germanophobia: "Don't Speak To Her, She's Just A German Slut"

"I will beat you to death, one muslim school boy says to the cameraman.........." Often they're ridiculed, often they're even beaten. In class barely anybody speaks to them, they keep back, rarely voice their opinion - in short, they're not integrated in school.

But these are not immigrant children in a German school, but German children in a secondary school (5th-9th grades) in Essen. "They're not threatened with a knife every day. but the children of immigration background clearly have their way here," says the school principal. The female teachers have to deal with students saying "don't speak to her, she's just a German slut."

Golden Dawn Opens Office in New York

By Katerina Nikolas

Greece's ultra-nationalist party Golden Dawn (Chrysi Avgi) has inaugurated a new office in New York City, to reach out to the Greek diaspora. A branch of the political party is already operational in Melbourne, Australia.

According to Ekathimerini two polls this weekend have placed Golden Dawn as the third political party in Greece, on nine percent of the vote. Their rise in popularity, which Digital Journal reported as standing at 22 percent, means that the ultra-nationalist party has now overtaken PASOK in public opinion.

Golden Dawn is now reaching out to the Greek diaspora, opening a branch of the political party in New York City. The party's New York website says:
"The Golden Dawn is the only political party in Greece that unapologetically stands for the sovereignty, security, and dignity of the Greek people. The party intends to reverse decades of unlimited third world immigration which has brought crime, unemployment, disease and possibly terrorism to the once peaceful Greek cities.

"We stand with the Greek people who have been driven to poverty and despair by the imposition of the genocidal IMF and European Union austerity policies that are decimating the population and turning Greece into a slave state.

"Our goals are to promote and support the Golden Dawn’s nationalist ideals and vision for Greece among the Greek diaspora. We must resist and overcome the genocidal multi- culturalist, and anti-Hellenic agenda of the New World Order."

Thus far the party has collected medicines, food and clothing from the diaspora in the U.S. to send to Greece.
Source: Digital Journal

Police Covered Up Muslim Sex Slavery

Police files reveal vast child protection scandal
By Andrew Norfolk

Confidential police reports and intelligence files that reveal a hidden truth about the sale and extensive use of English children for sex are exposed today.

They show that for more than a decade organised groups of men were able to groom, pimp and traffic girls across the country with virtual impunity. Offenders were identified to police but not prosecuted.

A child welfare expert, speaking under condition of anonymity, said that agencies’ reluctance to tackle such street-grooming networks was “the biggest child protection scandal of our time”.

The Times has published several articles about a pattern of crimes across northern England and the Midlands involving groups of men, largely of Pakistani heritage, and the sexual abuse of white girls aged from 12 to 16.

We can now reveal evidence from more than 200 restricted-access documents, which show that, in one area, police and child protection agencies have held extensive knowledge of this crime model for ten years, yet have never publicly acknowledged its existence.

The internal police and social services correspondence, research papers, intelligence reports and case files are a detailed history of alleged child sexual exploitation in South Yorkshire since 2000, focusing on Rotherham. They include a confidential 2010 report by the police intelligence bureau warning that thousands of such crimes were committed in the county each year.

It contains explosive details about the men responsible for the most serious, co-ordinated abuse. “Possibly the most shocking threat is the existence of substantial and organised offender networks that groom and exploit victims on a worrying scale,” the report says. “Practitioners throughout the force state there is a problem with networks of Asian offenders both locally and nationally. This was particularly stressed in Sheffield and even more so in Rotherham, where there appears to be a significant problem with networks of Asian males exploiting young white females.” Such groups are said to have trafficked South Yorkshire child victims “to many other cities, including Bristol, Manchester, Birmingham, Bradford and Dover”.

Another confidential 2010 report. for the Rotherham Safeguarding Children Board, noted that such crimes had “cultural characteristics . . . which are locally sensitive in terms of diversity”.

It said: “There are sensitivities of ethnicity with potential to endanger the harmony of community relationships. Great care will be taken in drafting . . . this report to ensure that its findings embrace Rotherham’s qualities of diversity. It is imperative that suggestions of a wider cultural phenomenon are avoided.”

Alleged crimes for which no one was prosecuted include:

Fifty-four Rotherham children were linked to sexual exploitation by three brothers from one British Pakistani family, 18 identifying one brother as their “boyfriend” and several allegedly made pregnant by him;

A 14-year-old girl from a loving, supportive family was allegedly held in a flat and forced to perform sex acts on five men, four of them Pakistani, plus a 32-year-old Iraqi Kurd asylum seeker. She gave a filmed police interview and identified her abusers;

One girl, 15, spent days in hospital after a broken bottle was allegedly forced inside her by two young British Pakistani men in a park, causing her to bleed extensively;

A 13-year-old girl was found at 3am with disrupted clothing in a house with a large group of Asian men who had fed her vodka. A neighbour reported the girl’s screams.

Police arrested the child for being drunk and disorderly but did not question the men;
A specialist project’s intelligence report for police identified 61 girls — 59 white, two Asian — linked to sexual exploitation by three brothers from another British Pakistani family. It named 41 associates of the brothers who allegedly used girls for sex.

The confidential documents revealed today suggest a failure by police and social services to protect teenagers and bring charges against their abusers, even when agencies held detailed intelligence about the men and their victims.

They also reveal that one young white girl, known by social services to have been sexually abused by Asian men from the age of 12, was offered language lessons in Urdu and Punjabi by Rotherham council. The aim was “to engage” her in education.

Denis MacShane, MP for Rotherham, said he was appalled that in several meetings with senior South Yorkshire police officers to discuss internal trafficking, “no one has ever revealed or even hinted at the important allegations made by The Times”.

He added: “There’s a culture here of denial and cover-up and a refusal to accept the reality that we have men living in the Rotherham community who treat young girls as objects for their sexual pleasure. It’s time to tell the truth. We must root out this evil.”

In 2002, the confidential report of a Home Office-funded research project considered a series of Rotherham case studies. It criticised police for “in all cases” treating young victims “as deviant and promiscuous” while “the men they were found with were never questioned or investigated”.

There have only been two group prosecutions in South Yorkshire since 1996, when concerns were first raised about grooming networks. Several Iraqi Kurds were charged in Sheffield in 2007 and eight British Pakistanis went on trial in Rotherham in 2010.

Throughout this period, Rotherham council has failed to accept the role of ethnicity and culture in such group offending. Earlier this year, this newspaper revealed how the town’s safeguarding children board censored a report into the murder of a 17-year-old girl to conceal the ethnicity of the British Pakistani men suspected of using her for sex from the age of 11.
Source: The Times (£)

Saturday, 22 September 2012

Frustrated motorist slaps 81-year-old woman in the face for driving at just 5mph (on her way to visit her husband in a care home)

Usman Yasin found guilty of hitting Patricia Pearson, 81, as she drove to visit her husband at a care home

 Usman Yasin, 30, pictured, was found guilty of hitting 81-year-old Patricia Pearson in a road rage attack after first claiming he acted in self-defence
 Usman Yasin, 30, pictured, was found guilty of hitting 81-year-old Patricia Pearson in a road rage attack after first claiming he acted in self-defenceAn elderly woman was badly injured when she was hit across the face by a fellow motorist – for driving too slowly.

Patricia Pearson, 81, had allegedly been driving at 5mph  when she became the victim of a road rage attack while on her way to visit her husband at a care home.

Her injuries included a swollen lip, lumps on her forehead and cuts to her cheek. 

The other driver, Usman Yasin, 30, was warned he could face jail after being convicted of assaulting Mrs Pearson. 

Magistrates heard how Yasin became increasingly frustrated as he travelled behind Mrs Pearson in Burton upon Trent, Staffordshire, at around 2pm on June 17. 

He claimed that she was driving at no more than 5mph.

As the two cars reached a point where the road opened up Yasin darted past Mrs Pearson and pulled in front of her, coming to a stop.

She got out of her car and approached Yasin’s green Peugeot 206, leaning into the window to ask what he was doing. He unleashed a barrage of foul-mouthed abuse, Burton magistrates’ court heard.

Mrs Pearson put her hand towards Yasin’s face in an attempt to make him be quiet, and he swung out an arm and hit her across the face.
Yasin, from Burton, then got out of his car and approached the victim, only for bystander David Smith to come between the two and intervene. Frederick Powell, prosecuting, said: ‘Any remorse that he says he has shown is crocodile tears. 

'Had it not been for Mr Smith getting in the way, he would have gone after her again.’

Yasin said he acted in self-defence and claimed Mrs Pearson struck the first blow. He admitted striking her with the back of his hand, but denied further accusations of assault. 

He said her injuries were a lot worse because of her age. Mrs Pearson, also from Burton, said that when Yasin got out of his car, he pushed her and shook her.

But magistrates accepted that Mrs Pearson, who was said to have been ‘frightened’ by the attack, had become ‘confused’ in her recollection of the events. 

Yasin told the court: ‘I am very remorseful. She’s the same age as my grandma. If I had taken a second to think and had just driven on I wouldn’t be here today.’ 

The case was adjourned until October 10 for a pre-sentence report.


Friday, 21 September 2012

Glass bombed in Burnley (Share it)

As a reporter is interviewing two women on the Islamisation of their town and the effects it has, a Muslim mob gathers, signals each other and traps the reporter and his camera man before throwing glass bombs at them.

Note: The identity of some individuals has been faded out for their own safety

Brierfield dad jailed over “fraud and money laundering” firm

A BRIERFIELD father who set up a company as a vehicle for fraud and to conceal the assets of other criminals has today been jailed for eight and a half years.

Mohammed Khatana was described by a judge as a “determined, persistent and versatile professional criminal”.

Khatana (51) of Hawkswood Gardens, Brierfield, had set up a business, known as POCA consulting, to help people facing proceeds of crime hearings.

Preston Crown Court heard how an undercover officer got in contact, claiming to be the partner of a drug dealer abroad who was going to return and face a sentence, making it clear he wanted to keep a hold of his money.

The female officer spoke of their being half a million pounds in play.

Khatana went on to be tried and convicted in relation to a money laundering charge.
He also faced sentencing for 15 charges of fraud when he appeared at court today.
His case was said to involve around £44,000.

His daughter Mahria (25), of the same address, had admitted four charges of fraud. Her offences were said to involve around £18,000.

She narrowly avoided being sent to jail and was given twelve months prison, suspended for eighteen months, with supervision and an order to carry out 250 hours unpaid work.


Syed Hussain, 31, of Beaufort Close, Chingford, jailed for possession of guns, ammunition and drugs worth £300,000

Syed Hussain  
Syed Hussain 

A “dangerous” man has been jailed and taken off the streets after being found with guns, ammunition and drugs with a street value of £300,000.

Syed Hussain, 31, of Beaufort Close, Chingford, was jailed yesterday for 12 years at Snaresbrook Crown Court for a total of eight offences.

Following an investigation by the Met’s Trident Gang Crime Command, officers swooped on Hussian’s home on March 15 with a search warrant and found Mr Hussain at home with 58g of cocaine, self seal bags containing cannabis and around £1,600 cash.

They also seized a key which belonged to a utility room in Kebble Terace, Forest Gate, where Hussain had claimed to have visited a few days earlier as a handyman.

After his arrest officers used the key to enter the room and found inside a hand gun, a silencer, a sawn-off shot gun, and ammunition.

Officers also removed 137 grams of cocaine, 5 grams of heroin and a further £1,680 cash.
After the find Hussain was arrested again on suspicion of further offences and charged on March 16 and remanded into custody.

He was found guilty of the possession of firearms, ammunition and Class A and B drugs on September 7 at Snaresbrook Crown Court, after standing trial.

Detective Constable James Barber of the Trident Gang Crime Command, said: "Hussain has without question accumulated an astonishing quantity of weaponry and drugs, determining himself to be a dangerous individual.

"There is no doubt that Hussain had every intention to cause serious harm with these items in his possession. Our officers deserve huge credit for this intervention which followed a skilled and detailed investigation. Today's sentencing leaves Londoners far safer with this criminal off the streets."