Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Islamic Rape Wave in Britain Spreads to Bristol

It's sad that the leaders of Britain are more concerned about hurting feelings than they are about the safety of young girls.

The Bristol Post—Two men have appeared in court charged with raping underage girls who were under the care of social workers.

Bristol Magistrates' Court was told the house where the girls were living, which cannot be named for legal reasons, effectively became a brothel.

The victims were placed in the home, which the court heard was supported housing, by social workers.

The men, one of whom is an asylum seeker who has been given the right to remain in the country by the Home Office, are accused of child sexual exploitation, which includes sexual activity at the home, as well as at the Premier Inn at St James Barton roundabout.

One of them is also charged with paying a child for sexual services.

Said Zakaria, 21, also known as Target, of Seymour Road, Easton, is charged with sexual activity with a 13-year-old girl and rape of a girl aged 14 at the Premier Inn and the home.

Gama Mohammed, 32, also known as G, of Gordon Road, Whitehall, whom the court heard was an asylum seeker, spoke through an interpreter to confirm his name, age and address.

He is charged with rape at the same home and paying for the sexual services of a child at the Premier Inn. (Continue Reading.)

Another Mohammed? What are the odds?


Eugene said...

It is too bad that there is nothing to connect these crimes so that they could be stopped.

Since most muslims don't do this sort of stuff, the obvious answer is to let a lot more of them into the country so that the good ones will out number the bad ones. Yeah, that will work.

Timothy said...

Hey. E, great solution! Love it. And how about replacing islamophobia with 'missharia' ? Hated of sharia. Simple, and easy to define and contradict. :)

Iftikhar Ahmad said...

Rapes and sexual grooming are part and parcel of western society.Teenage pregnancy rate in Great Britain is the highest in western Europe. It is a civilised country and Yemen is a backward country because it allows young girls to get married. It is also gross hypocrisy for the police to prosecute paedophiles when the government is overseeing boy scouts being given condoms from the age 11 and girls of the same age being told it is OK to have sex if they use ‘protection’. Boys and girls at age 11 are not allowed to marry but they can have sex and produce children. Every parent is worried about his child being indoctrinated into the idea that gay and sexual promiscuity is “normal” modes of behaviour. At the same time, all parents have the right to control their children and it is their Duty to control them.

The thought of being a virgin on your wedding night forget it, where are our morals and values. The answer, down the toilet. These are children having sex, getting pregnant exploring with partners. Just where is society going, I'm not psychic but from what's going on in society today the future does not look pretty.

What’s the point of the legal age being 16 when you are being taught at school that it’s ok as long as you practice safe sex. Nothing about love, respect, serious relationships or more importantly abstinence! Oh and something needs to be done about BOYS, too! Girls can’t be the only ones responsible for resisting pressure you know. More sex education in schools = more teenage pregnancies= more abortions. One of the problems is that now in schools we are taught safe sex at an early age, and not abstinence. The message was basically that sex at a young age is fine as long as it’s practiced safely. It should be taught that at such a young age, neither protected or unprotected sex is ok. The message is simply not clear enough.
London School of Islamics Trust

FantasticFleaFinda said...

Since when is islam a race? It is not a coincidence that all these disgusting rapists have the same 'religion'

Anonymous said...

I lived in Bristol for 5 months. Of that, 4 in East Bristol. Absolutely jam-packed full of Somalians. In nearby Easton - which the article refers to - across from the Job Centre there's a Muslim (appears Pakistani) shop which was selling Hadith standalone. Any significance in that?