The commonality of rape and brutality toward women and children in radical Islam must be addressed and extinguished. Justice for the victims must be meted out, yet it is rare that the victims will name their attackers.
One such victim who as called ““little white slag” and a “white bastard” as she wept on the floor and was raped by five men in succession on one occasion”, has been rescued and justice will be served.
To name the faces of evil, in order to shine light into the darkness of a religion that seems to accommodate such heinous behavior, is important, if one is ever to stop the rapes of innocent women and children, as reported by Truth and Action.
- Nasir Khan, 23, Tauqeer Hussain, 23, and Yasser Kabir, 25, are each charged with three counts of rape.
- Brothers Sufyan and Bilal Ziarab, 22 and 21, are each charged with two counts of rape, as is Hussain Sardar, 19.
- Saqib Younis, 29, Israr Ali, 19, Faisal Khan, 27, and Zain Ali, 20, are also each charged with two counts of rape.
- Rohail Hussain, 18, Rohail Iqbal, 22, and the 17-year-old are each charged with one count of rape.
- Mohammed Akram, 62, is charged with one count of sexual activity
The jury unanimously found ten of the men, aged between 19 and 63, “guilty of rape and an eleventh was found guilty of sexual activity.” One of the defendants was found guilty of raping another under-age victim in 2009, as well.
The eleven defendants will be sentenced on February 5, along with a twelfth defendant, Khalid Mahmood, 34, who previously pleaded guilty to five counts of rape.
According to the Sun, Judge Thomas praised the police, saying: “This has been a very considerable exercise for the police.
These girls were “preyed upon” by savage men with no moral compass. Their religion appears to allow for sex slaves and rapes because women and children are property and therefore of no consequence.
“One was even passed around by these men for no other reason than their own gratification.
“Child sexual exploitation is one of the most important challenges facing the police. It is totally unacceptable and it is the responsibility of all agencies, communities and individuals to identify those responsible and help bring them to justice.
“Protecting the victims is a priority. However unwilling they may be initially to engage with police or other agencies, or to give evidence against the perpetrators, they will always be supported and protected from further harm.”
This is a victory for these young girls whose lives will never be the same. The brutality they have endured will forever haunt them yet there is hope that they can get counseling to heal.
The court will sentence in February, yet sadly, England's average prison sentence for rape is 7 years and 3 months, not enough retribution and punishment for a lifetime of suffering that was caused.