Eight Muslim Men to Stand Trial for Rape, Trafficking of 15-year-old Girl in U.K.

Eight Muslim Men to Stand Trial for Rape, Trafficking of 15-year-old Girl in U.K.

Eight men between the ages of 29 and 61 will stand trial for the systematic rape and trafficking of a 15-year-old girl in the County of South Yorkshire in central England. The trial will begin on January 6 in Sheffield Crown Court.

The eight men are accused of the sexual abuse and trafficking of the same South Yorkshire teenaged girl from 2010 until 2011. All hail from Sheffield or the nearby town of Barnsley. Besides their alleged abuse of the same young girl and their close residences, the eight men share at least one more thing in common.

That’s right, 34-year-old Usman Din, 61-year-old Tony Ejoune, 29-year old Farhad Mirzae, 29-year-old Kawan Omar Ahmed, 41-year-old Saman Mohammed, 40-year-old Nzar Anwar, 37-year-old Jasim Mohammed, all of Sheffield, and 29-year-old Shangar Ibrihimi of Barnsley all share the same religion — Islam — not that you’ll hear about that from mainstream news sources in the U.K. who appear to value political correctness over the safety of English girls.

Din is charged with three counts of rape and one count of trafficking; Ejoune is charged with one count of rape; Mirzae is charged with two counts of rape; Omar Ahmed is charged with one count of rape; S. Mohammed is charged with one count of rape; J. Mohammed is charged with three counts of rape; Anwar is charged with one count of rape and one count of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice, and Ibrihimi is charged with one count of rape.

Forty-year-old Saba Mohammed, also of Sheffield, is charged with one count of conspiracy to pervert the course of justice.

Two others, Kamaran Mahmoodi, and Soran Ali Karim were each charged with one count of rape but failed to appear in court at an earlier hearing.

But we’re supposed to believe that anti-immigration activist Tommy Robinson is the monster in the case because he’s not following the strict rules of political correctness on the subject?

Certainly, no one is saying that all Muslim men are rapists. That would be idiotic. But at some point, it must be admitted that there is a sub-culture of the faith, which believes that this type of behavior is acceptable.

A couple of verses from the Quran show where this sub-culture gets their consent from. In verse 23:6, the Islamic holy book states that sex is forbidden “except from their wives or those their right hands possess.” Those who their “right hands possess” is often interpreted as female slaves or maidservants or any unbeliever that might be captured.

There are also verses that seem to claim that females who do not cover themselves in the way prescribed by the Quran can expect to be abused and that such abuse is justified.

Verse33:59 says, “O, prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves [part] of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.”

Neither verse is a call to go out and rape, but both verses seem to justify it under the right circumstances.

In his war against the Byzantine Empire, Muhammad himself offered “yellow women” as a prize to his warriors. “Yellow women” is a reference to the hair color of the European women that Muhammad hoped to conquer. Throughout Islamic history, the promise of fair-skinned sexual slaves was used by leaders as an enticement to engage in Jihad.

Again, no one is claiming that all Muslim men engage in this type of thinking, or even that it’s the norm in Islamic culture, but ignoring that such a sub-culture exists is damaging to Western culture. Young females, in particular, need to know that this sub-culture exists.

And it’s not “Islamaphobic” to say so.

James Murphy is a freelance journalist who writes on a variety of subjects with a primary focus on the ongoing anthropogenic climate-change hoax and cultural issues. He can be reached at [email protected]

Courtesy of  The New American