BY ROBERT SPENCER
Lord Pearson dares to grasp the third rail and ask if there is anything in the Qur’an that could explain the phenomenon of Muslim rape gangs (yes; see 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50 and 70:30), and if the government will ask Muslim leaders to issue a fatwa against it. “Can we talk about Islam without being accused of hate crime?”
Note the answer he gets from Conservative Party spokesman Lord Young. Young first claims that the sexual exploitation of children is not limited to any particular race or religion. That’s true, of course, but when thousands of British girls have been raped and trafficked by Muslim men for decades, it is a spectacular evasion of what is the real problem. Nonetheless, the witless dhimmi lords shower Young with “hear hears,” and do it again when he warns that we must be careful with our language on this matter — meaning that we should be careful to say (falsely) that rape gang activity has nothing to do with Islam.
Then Young shifts focus to Muslims as victims based on an alleged hate incident, asserts (falsely) that there is nothing in the Qur’an that justifies rape gang activity (see the verses above), and claims that respect for women is inherent in Islam. He alludes to a hadith in which Muhammad is depicted as saying that Paradise is at the feet of the mother. He doesn’t quote the Hadith in which Muhammad is shown saying that most people in hell are women, because they are defective in piety and intelligence. Nor does he refer to the Qur’an’s sanction of wife-beating (4:34), its devaluation of a woman’s testimony (2:282) and inheritance rights (4:11), etc.
Lord Young represents the disconnection from reality, fantasy and wishful thinking about Islam that prevail at the highest levels in Britain, and that are leading that nation rapidly to ruin.
(Thanks to Tundra Tabloids)
TELFORD SCANDAL: “1000 GIRLS” ABUSED AND RAPED
In Britain, investigating another scandal of mainly Asian men raping white girls:
Vulnerable white working class girls are being traded for sex in a “routine way” an MP has told ministers.
Conservative politician Lucy Allan addressed fellow politicians in the wake of reports claiming up to 1,000 children could have been targeted in her Telford constituency.
Ms Allan said the cases would not have happened had the victims been from different backgrounds…
Telford has found itself in the spotlight after the Sunday Mirror published a report about “groups of mainly Asian men” targeting vulnerable white teenagers in the town since the 1980s…
Meanwhile, the country’s top child protection officer said “difficult cultural questions” needed to be asked about the type of abuse seen in Telford.
Addressing a Home Affairs Select Committee, Chief Constable Simon Bailey asked: “What culturally drives this? What culturally permits the type of abuse that we are seeing in that particular offending model?”
A female Islamic professor sparked a controversy when she claimed that Allah (God) makes permissible for Muslim men to rape non-Muslim women in order to ‘humiliate’ them. The astonishing claim was made by Suad Saleh, who is a professor from the renowned Al-Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt during the interview on Al-Hayat TV.
But making this link as I have was once thought so shocking that authorities preferred to turn a blind eye to something more shocking still – the rape of young and vulnerable girls in Telford:
Young girls in the town were groomed, fed drugs and raped. They were passed between abusers like commodities. Some got pregnant, had abortions and were raped again on multiple occasions. Three women were murdered and two others died in tragedies linked to the abuse. Yet these shocking events have received relatively little coverage…
So why have there been no outpourings of sympathy or expressions of outrage for the girls of Telford? Why aren’t actors being photographed walking round Telford in their expensive black gowns? Why aren’t more journalists abandoning lengthy lunches to give voice to the girls in Telford?
Perhaps the women of Telford are simply the wrong kind of victim…
Or perhaps the Asian men accused of grooming, rape, drug-dealing, murder and paedophilia are simply the wrong kind of perpetrator. #MeToo prefers the accused to be powerful white men: think Harvey Weinstein or Conservative cabinet ministers. That abuse might have been carried out by Muslim men disturbs the carefully constructed, intersectional hierarchy and disrupts the narrative of patriarchy. Writers and campaigners are more concerned with potential racism and Islamophobia than with actual sexual assault.
Whether it’s because Telford has the wrong type of victims or the wrong type of perpetrators, the conspiracy of silence allowed abuse to continue in the town unchecked for decades. According to a council-commissioned report, social workers knew of sexual violence in the late 1990s. In 2016, a whistleblower was suspended from the police force after passing evidence to a newspaper. Another whistleblower was sacked from her post at a counselling service to help sex abuse victims – which received local authority grants.
And so the abuse continued. Becky Watson was just 13 when she died in a car crash described as a ‘prank’ after having suffered two years of abuse by gangs of men. Her mother repeatedly reported suspects to the police, but has said: ‘Girls like Becky were treated like criminals.’ …
Lucy Lowe was targeted by her abuser Azhar Ali Mehmood, aged 44, in 1997. She was just 14 when she became pregnant with his child. Two years later, when she was 16, Lucy was killed along with her mother and 17-year-old sister Sarah. Mehmood set their house on fire. He was jailed for murder but never arrested or charged for having sex with a minor.
The Mirror’s 18-month investigation reveals abuse on unprecedented levels. We found:
- Social workers knew of abuse in the 1990s but police took a decade to launch a probe
- Council staff viewed abused and trafficked children as “prostitutes” instead of victims, according to previously unseen files
- Authorities failed to keep details of abusers from Asian communities for fear of “racism”
- Police failed to investigate one recent case five times until an MP intervened…
The scale of the abuse uncovered in Telford – population 170,000 – is feared to be the most brutal and long-running of all.
The Rotherham toll was put at 1,500 – but that was in a community of 260,000.