Although the national media is not joining the dots and seeing the whole picture about rapes and sexual assaults by Muslim taxi drivers, the foreign media is seeing, and speaking about, what is happening.
The American-based think-tank the Gatestone Institute has published a shocking story that gives some insight into the horrifying extent of taxi rapes by Muslims. It appears that the powers that be are desperate to cover up the problem by refusing Freedom of Information Act requests that ask about the problem of Islamic taxi rapists, who drive minicabs, also known as ‘private hire vehicles’. However information put out by other sources, including that from the Metropolitan Police in London estimate that there are 22 sexual assaults by minicab drivers per week in London alone. It should not be forgotten that in many areas Muslims control almost all minicab operations. It should be stressed that this article is talking about minicabs and not the licensed ‘Hackney Carriages’ otherwise known as the famous London ‘Black Cabs’.
The Gatestone Institute website said:
“Taxi rapes are rarely reported; apparently because the politically incorrect crimes are not deemed to be newsworthy. BBC radio host Sam Mason, a single mother, was fired after she called a taxi company and requested a “non-Asian” driver to take her 14-year-old daughter to her grandparents’ home; preferably a female driver. The operator refused, and said, “We would class that as being racist.” Mason responded, “It’s not your 14-year-old girl.” A BBC spokesman said, “[Mason’s] comments were completely unacceptable…she will no longer be working for the BBC.”
Great Britain is in the throes of a rape and pedophilia epidemic unlike anything the country has experienced in living memory.
Many of the sex crimes are being perpetrated by Muslim child grooming gangs responsible for drugging, raping and torturing hundreds and possibly thousands of British girls.
But another wave of sex crimes involves predatory Muslim taxi drivers who are raping female passengers. The number of so-called taxi rapes is snowballing to such an extent that a British judge has issued a warning that no woman can expect to be safe while traveling in a cab.
However, a much acclaimed report produced by the London Metropolitan Police Service estimates that on average there are a total of 1,125 sexual assaults, including rapes, each year involving taxi drivers in just London; this works out to approximately 22 sexual assaults against women by taxi drivers each week in England’s capital city alone.
Moreover, according to a report entitled, “Ending Violence against Women and Girls in the UK,” published by the Home Office in March 2013, only around one in ten women who experience serious sexual assault report it to the police. As a result, one can infer that the actual number of taxi rapes across Britain as a whole is far greater than many are willing to admit.
Apart from a few high-profile cases, taxi rapes are rarely reported by national newspapers in Britain, apparently because the politically incorrect crimes are not deemed to be newsworthy.
But a survey of stories buried deep inside local newspapers shows that taxi rapes are occurring in all parts of England, Wales and Scotland on an almost daily basis.
In a recent case in London that was reported by national newspapers, Mohamed Hacene-Chaouch, 46, was sentenced to seven years in prison for raping a 24-year-old female passenger in his unlicensed taxi. Hacene-Chaouch — an Algerian married father of five — assaulted the woman after she got lost in Soho, central London.
The woman, who had been celebrating a friend’s birthday and had become inebriated, told the jury that the last thing she remembered was being in the back of a car and being taken to an ATM machine. She said she drifted in and out of consciousness but woke up inside the car in front of her east London home to find Hacene-Chaouch raping her. Although Hacene-Chaouch denied the allegations, the crime was filmed by CCTV cameras.
Judge Wendy Joseph at the Old Bailey accused Hacene-Chaouch of being a sexual predator and said: “It must have been clear to you that she was helplessly and hopelessly drunk. She trusted you to take her safely home. She was clearly vulnerable, she was obviously helpless and in your power, and I regard this as a significant feature.” Joseph added: “I haven’t heard a single word of remorse in any way, shape or form.”
Hacene-Chaouch — who was acquitted of an almost identical attack in London in 2004 — showed no emotion and stared straight ahead as the judge read the sentence. But as he was told he would be banned from working or seeking work as a taxi driver for 10 years, he gestured to his wife, who was watching the proceedings in the public gallery, and shouted: “Allah is great! I am innocent!”
In nearby Windsor, Anshul Sharma, 23, was charged with raping a 19-year-old woman who mistook his car for a legitimate taxi. She had been searching for a cab in the early hours of the morning when she was approached by Sharma, who claimed he was driving a licensed taxi. After she was in the car, he drove her to a remote location where he raped her.
In Blackburn on July 9, Talib Hussain, 62, was charged with sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl, a passenger in his taxi. In Blackpool on July 8, Turkish-born Fatih Top, 38, was charged with raping an 18-year-old woman who was a passenger in his cab.
In Shrewsbury on July 6, Ahmet Baser, 34, was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison for raping an underage girl in his taxi. The victim and her friend were picked up by Baser’s taxi outside a downtown night spot. After dropping off her friend, Baser went on to drive his victim into the remote countryside, where he raped her before taking her home.
In Nottingham on June 12, police said they were looking for an “Asian” taxi driver who sexually assaulted a 19-year-old passenger in his cab.
In Berkshire on May 21, Arshad Arif, 28, appeared at the Reading Crown Court on charges of driving a 17-year-old passenger in his cab to a remote park some 25 miles from her home and raping her twice. Arif was identified after it emerged he had earlier allowed the schoolgirl to use his phone, with her father noting down the number.
The Gatestone Institute article then goes on to list even more taxi rapes carried out by Muslims. Remember, this list is just the about ones who have been caught or where the crime has been reported to the police. There must be many, many other Muslim taxi driver sex assaults that have not been reported either because the victim is frightened to do so or because Britons no longer have much faith in the police when it comes to dealing with crime committed by Muslims.
It has really got to the stage where no British women or child can consider themselves safe from harm in a minicab driven by a Muslim. Such is the cultural and theological disrespect for women inculcated in Muslim men by the ideology of Islam that it is safer to assume that a Muslim taxi driver will more likely than not be some form of sex abuser.
The lesson given by the Gatestone Institute piece is if British women want to be safer when they are travelling they should not book or travel alone in a minicab driven by a Muslim. Having seen this data I’m really not surprised that some organisations have an unwritten and often unspoken rule that they will not contract travel companies that are run by or staffed by Muslims to transport women or children, such is the elevated risk of sexual assault by Muslim drivers.
Link to original story from Gatestone Institute