Keighley, like other areas in the that has a Muslim community has also been plagued by gangs of rapists, mostly Muslim, targeting children for abuse. Muslims are over-represented in such gang rape crimes because their ideology and culture has little respect for women from their own culture and none at all for women from outside their culture. Islam also has no specific religious or cultural prohibition against child sex and judging by the number of Islamic nonces that appear in our courts is unlikely to change any time soon.
The police in Keighley have for years failed to join the dots when it comes to Islamic sex crime, but now, at last they seem to have been shamed into making arrests. Now I cannot comment on the latest case in any detail because it is sub-judice, but what I will say is that the non-Muslims in Britain have waited far too long for the police to pull their fingers out and start to deal with Islamic sex crime.
Here’s what Michael Black of the local newspaper for Keighley, the Bradford Telegraph and Argus, said:
“POLICE have held back a protestor outside Bradford Crown Court as defendants accused of a string of child sex offences make their first appearance there.
Fourteen men and a 16-year-old boy have been charged after a major police investigation in Keighley.
This morning they are due to appear at Crown Court
for the first time.
Thirteen have been charged with rape, while a 62-year-old man is accused of sexual activity with a child.
Police say all but one of the charges relate to alleged offences against a single girl, aged under 16, between 2011 and 2012. The other relates to a second victim, who was also under 16 at the time of the alleged offence, in 2009.
The accused, with the exception of one, are all from Keighley.
Khalid Raja Mahmood, 34, faces five counts of rape.
Tauqeer Hussain, 22, and Yasser Kabir, 24, are each charged with four counts of rape. Nasir Khan, 23, is charged with three rape offences.
Sufyan Ziarab, 22; Bilal Ziarab, 20, of Bradford; Israr Ali, 19; Zain Ali, 20; Faisal Khan, 26; Saqib Younis, 28, and Hussain Sardar, 18, each face two counts of rape.
Rohail Iqbal, 21, and Rohail Hussain, 18, face one charge of rape. And Mohamed Akram, 62, is charged with sexual activity with a child under 16.
This morning the defendants were shouted at as they arrived at court, by up to ten people, including one woman who was held back by police officers.”
This is a case that needs to be kept an eye on. It could be just the tip of the iceberg when speaking about Islamic sex crime in Keighley.
Original local newspaper report
Other mentions of Keighley in the Fahrenheit211 blog