‘Extreme depravity’ From the Religion of Rape & Sexual Exploitation

Update:

Muslim sex ring accused of grooming ‘troubled’ underage girls

This was the headline to the London Evening Standard‘s report of the Oxford “grooming” case today.

In the online version it has since been changed to “Sex gang accused of grooming ‘troubled’ underage girls”, and the opening sentence now refers to “Asian” rather than “Muslim” men.

This hasn’t prevented 700,000 printed copies of the paper being distributed to Londoners with a headline that attributes the alleged crime to the assumed religious beliefs of the accused.

(From the Bunglawussi blog. Not ‘alleged’ and not ‘assumed’. The perps are Mustards, all of ‘em.  Bob Pitt & his sidekick Bartholomew are the people who claim not to support pedophilia.)

Update II:

Syrian refugees arriving in Jordan and Lebanon are telling stories of gang rapes, according to the New York-based International Rescue Committee. It’s interesting that they won’t say whether it’s Assad’s goons of the Islamist rebels who are behind this. I would bet on both.  (Car’l in J’lem: Religion of Rape)

Oxford ‘child sex ring committed depraved abuse’

“The facts in this case will make you feel uncomfortable.”

The nine (Musel-)men, from Berkshire and Oxfordshire, are accused of sexually exploiting six girls, aged between 11 and 15

A group of nine men targeted vulnerable young girls in Oxford and subjected them to depraved sexual abuse, the Old Bailey has heard.

The men, eight from Oxford and one from Berkshire, are accused of being involved in a child sex-trafficking ring involving six girls.

Between them the defendants face 51 counts including rape and trafficking.

They deny the charges which relate to girls aged between 11 and 15 and cover a period from 2004 to 2012.

‘Lavished attention’

Noel Lucas QC, prosecuting, told jurors the defendants groomed the girls, then controlled them, using them for their own sexual gratification and selling them to other men for sex.

He said the men deliberately targeted girls who had unsettled home lives which which made it less likely anyone would exercise normal parental control over them or be looking out for them.

Jurors were told sometimes the girls were targeted while they were drinking or playing truant.

Noel Lucas QC
Mr Lucas said the girls became dependent on their abusers after becoming addicted to drugs

They were then groomed in a variety of ways, such as being given gifts, the court heard.

Mr Lucas said: “The attention lavished on the girls at the outset was of course entirely insincere as it was merely a device, you may conclude once you hear the evidence, to exploit their vulnerability.”

The defendants plied the girls with alcohol and introduced them to drugs, including cannabis, cocaine and sometimes heroin, the court heard.

The jury was told the girls became addicted to drugs, making them dependent on their abusers.

‘Extreme depravity’

Mr Lucas said the men sometimes used extreme physical and sexual violence on the girls.

He said: “The depravity, and I use that word with care, of what was done to the complainants was extreme.

“The facts in this case will make you feel uncomfortable.”

The court was told the girls were taken to empty private houses and guest houses where others would pay to have sex with them, often in groups.

The men came from as far afield as Bradford, Leeds, London and Slough.

The girls were also taken to other towns and cities, including London and Bournemouth. One girl was just 12 when she was forced into prostitution, the court heard.

The prosecution said one victim described the lifestyle as a “living hell”.

Mr Lucas said: “The girls were usually given so many drugs that they were barely aware of what was going on. Indeed, they say it was the only way they could cope with what was going on.

“Between acts of abuse sometimes stretching over a number of days, the Oxford men ensured girls were guarded so that they could not escape.”

The trial is expected to last until April. The defendants are all in custody.

The defendants are:

  • Kamar Jamil, 27, of Aldwych Road, Oxford
  • Akhtar Dogar, 32, of Tawney Street, Oxford; and his brother Anjum Dogar, 30, of Tawney Street, Oxford
  • Assad Hussain, 32, of Ashurst Way, Oxford
  • Mohammed Karrar, 38, of Kames Close, Oxford; and his brother Bassam Karrar, 33, of Hundred Acres Close, Oxford
  • Mohammed Hussain, 24, of Horspath Road, Oxford
  • Zeeshan Ahmed, 27, of Palmer Road, Oxford
  • Bilal Ahmed, 26, of Suffolk Road, Maidenhead

3 thoughts on “‘Extreme depravity’ From the Religion of Rape & Sexual Exploitation”

  1. One of the reasons that these Muslims males commit this evils on females is because of the very nature if Islam isself regarding girls and women. Which is found in the Quran as well as the hadiths. Islam is a religion of misogyny.

  2. Sheik,

    The brits get what they deserve. That’s all I got to say. Nothing will change. Bunch of wimps!!!

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