The grisly parade of British followers of Islam who have been arrested, charged or convicted of sexual abuse of children and young women continues to file by seemingly without end.
Each time these cases make the news, we are treated to another tirade of lies from Muslim apologists for Islam and also from the shifty weasels of the political Left.
Today’s example of someone following in the example of the prophet Mohammed and kidnapping and sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl comes from Bradford, West Yorkshire where Muslim car salesman Qamar Malik, 28, was convicted by a Jury in November 2012 for kidnapping and sexually assaulting the 6 year old girl and attempting to abduct a 12 year old girl.
The Bradford Telegraph and Argus reports that Judge Peter Benson, told the defendant that he had a history of assaulting young girls in the street and to expect a prison sentence when he comes before Judge Benson for sentence on January 15th 2013.
It will be interesting to see whether or not he gets a similar length of sentence to that doled out to non Muslim nonces or whether political correctness will have a hand in getting this Islamo-nonce a reduced sentence.
The Bradford Telegraph and Argus said:
“A predatory paedophile who cruised Bradford’s streets hunting for young girls was today behind bars after he was found guilty of kidnapping and sexually assaulting a six-year-old girl.
Car salesman Qamar Malik, 28, was also convicted by a jury yesterday of twice attempting to abduct a girl aged 12 in daylight.
When he was 16, Malik sexually assaulted three girls he met by chance in the street, dragging one down a snicket (alleyway) to molest her, the jury was told during the trial at Bradford Crown Court.
Malik, of Parsonage Road, West Bowling, Bradford, was yesterday remanded back into custody to await sentence by Judge Peter Benson who said it was “a very disturbing case” with “a big background”.
He warned Malik to expect a substantial prison sentence when he is brought back to court on January 15.
Judge Benson adjourned the case for the preparation of a report from the probation service that will assess the level of danger Malik poses to members of the public.”
Lets hope that he is jailed for a very long time although looking at his background I do wonder whether or not a probation report is a complete waste of time as judging by Malik’s record he is quite obviously a danger to the public especially pre pubescent girls.
According to the Telegraph and Argus the Judge said:
“You have a history of assaulting girls who are strangers in the street and I need the probation service to prepare a report to assess the level of risk you present.”
If he has such a disgusting history of sexual abuse going back to when Malik was 16 years old, why was he allowed to roam the streets in the first place? Why was he not confined to prison or sent for psychiatric treatment or something? It does beg the question just why he was allowed to roam free? Was there an element in his previous trials of getting lesser punishments because he is Muslim?
The Bradford Telegraph and Argus adds:
“He was unanimously convicted of twice trying to abduct a 12-year-old girl from central Bradford in July.
The jury found him guilty by 11 to one majority verdicts of kidnapping the six-year-old girl on August 13 this year by unlawfully, and by force or fraud, taking or carrying her away and of sexual activity with the child by touching her chest and waist.
Both the girls were strangers to Malik, the court was told.
Prosecutor Rupert Doswell said Malik stopped his car near the 12-year-old girl, told her she was cute and asked her to sit in the vehicle.
Days later, he followed her in a car, beckoned her over and asked for her phone number.
The girl ran off and sought help from a woman passer-by outside the mosque on Newman Street, Bradford.
Weeks later, he pulled the six-year-old girl into a car, drove her around and molested her.
When Malik was 16, he dragged a 15-year-old girl into a snicket when she was on her paper round and indecently assaulted her.
In a second incident, he jumped on a girl walking to school in Manchester Road, knocked her down and sexually attacked her.
The third offence was on a woman over 16 who was grabbed from behind and groped The jury was told that Malik was warned by the police on August 3 this year that complaints had been made about him stopping his black Ford Focus next to young girls and telling them they were beautiful.”
These antecedents show that what Malik did was not a one off and Malik’s adherence to an ideology that treats women like dirt and has no prohibition against paedophilia, points to where some of his motivation to assault young girls may have come from. Basically he may have formed the opinion that being a nonce was OK, because the prophet Mohammed was a nonce.
People should keep an eye on this case and if the sentence looks unduly lenient then they should contact the Crown Prosecution Service and say why you believe that the sentence is unduly lenient.
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Guidelines from Crown Prosecution Service about appealing against unduly lenient sentences.