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MUSLIM CLERIC JAILED FOR RAPING YOUNG BOY

A Muslim cleric convicted of raping a young boy at a mosque has been jailed for 16 years

A Muslim cleric convicted of raping a young boy as he attended Islamic education lessons at his mosque has been jailed for 16 years.

Mohammed Hanif Khan, 43, was told he must spend at least eight years in jail after being found guilty by a jury at Nottingham Crown Court of sexual activity with a child, as well as the two counts of rape.

The charges relate to two boys who attended the mosque in Capper Street, Stoke-on-Trent, where he was imam, in 2009.

Khan, of Owler Lane, Sheffield, who appeared in court wearing a black suit, blue shirt and yellow tie, was sentenced by Mrs Justice Dobbs following a three-week trial.

Mrs Justice Dobbs told Khan, who sat with his hands in his lap and his eyes cast downwards as she outlined her reasons for imposing the sentence, that he had blatantly abused the trust bestowed on him by the community as imam of the mosque.

In front of a public gallery packed on one side with Khan’s supporters and on the other with the victims’ family members, she said: “A more serious breach of trust can’t be imagined. You were the imam and not only were you the boys’ teacher you were the boys’ guide.

“You were taken into the hearts of the community and treated like a god. One of the boys described you as being so big you were like the queen.”

For the two rape charges, she sentenced Khan to a determinate period of 16 years in prison, to serve a minimum of eight years before he could even apply to be freed, and to 12 months to run concurrently for the charge of sexual activity with a child. She also told him he would be on the sex offenders’ register for life and was subject to a sex offenders’ protection order.

Mrs Justice Dobbs also referred to Khan’s employment prior to his post as imam at the Capper Street mosque, which was as the UK’s first full-time Islamic minister at Dovegate Prison, near Uttoexeter.

She said he had resigned from this post after allegations emerged that he sexually harassed three female members of staff. This was not raised in front of the jury during the trial but was “significant” at sentencing, she said, because it served to show Khan was a serious risk to the public.

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March 18, 2011 Posted by | Abuse, Child Abuse, Court, Cruelty, Islamists, Muslim, paedophile, uk | | Leave a comment

‘Callous and greedy’ woman convicted of slavery

A former hospital director who forced an African woman to work 18 hours a day became the first person in Britain to be convicted of “modern-day slavery.”

Saeeda Khan, 68, was ordered to pay 49-year-old Mwanahamisi Mruke, who was trafficked from Tanzania in 2006, 25,000 pounds.

She was spared a prison sentence, but Judge Geoffrey Rivlin said this was due to her own ill health and the fact she has two adult disabled children.

“You could easily have afforded to pay her a reasonable sum by way of wages,” said Rivlin during sentencing at London’s Southwark Crown Court.

“You chose to give her virtually nothing.

“Your own behaviour was callous and greedy,” the judge added.

Mruke was initially paid 10 pounds per week, but this allowance was stopped within a year.

Khan, who was found guilty of trafficking a person into the UK for exploitation, forbade Mruke from leaving the house in Harrow, north west London, and fed her two slices of bread a day.

The court had heard how Mruke was brought to Britain after working at a hospital in Dar Es Salaam in Tanzania, which Khan owned.

Khan promised to pay Mruke 50 pounds a week and said she would only have to work six hours a day.

“I felt like a fool, I was treated like a slave,” Mruke, who was saving up to help her daughter through college, said.

“I was hoping I would receive a salary and improve my life. But my hopes were dashed, my strength was reduced and I became unwell.”

Rivlin said Khan had told a “pack of lies” during the trial and had taken advantage of her “naive and illiterate” victim.

Mruke told the court that she would wake up at 6a.m. and then clean, garden, cook and go for walks with Khan’s sons before finally being allowed to sleep on a mattress in the kitchen at around midnight.

“I feel that justice should be passed and others should learn from this. I feel terrible about her,” Mruke said.

Mruke’s plight only came to light when she was allowed to visit a doctor over her varicose veins.

Mruke’s parents both died during her three-year ordeal, but she was allowed no contact with her family in Tanzania.

Earlier, prosecutor Caroline Haughey told Southwark Crown Court: “From the moment of her arrival in England Mwanamisi was made to sleep, work and live in conditions that fall by any understanding into that of slavery.”

March 17, 2011 Posted by | Abuse, Court, Cruelty, Immigration, london, Slavery, uk, UK Border Agency | , , , | Leave a comment

Muslim gang groomed white girls aged 13-15 for sex, due in Shropshire Court

Five people from Shropshire have appeared in court in connection with a child sex ring allegedly involving nine teenage girls.

The defendants are alleged to have been part of a gang grooming girls aged between 13 and 15 for sex with other men.

Mohammed Sultan, 23, of Victoria Ave- nue, Wellington, Mohammed Yunis, 58, and Abdul Rouf, 33, both of Kingsland, Arleston, are all charged with conspiring with others to cause or incite a child to engage in sexual activity between January 1, 2008, and December 7, 2009, in Shrewsbury or elsewhere in the country. Sultan is also charged with intentionally arranging and facilitating travel for a person carrying out a relevant off- ence in Telford or elsewhere in the country.

Ahdel Ali, 22, of Regent Street, Wellington, is charged with trafficking persons within the UK for sexual exploitation, conspiring with a female of 13 years or older to engage in sexual activity, supplying a Class A drug and supplying a Class B drug.

Mubarek Ali, 26, also of Regent Street, Wellington, Telford, is charged with trafficking persons within the UK for sexual exploitation and conspiring with a female of 13 years or older to engage in sexual activity.

At Shrewsbury Crown Court today Sultan, Ahdel Ali and Mubarek Ali were remanded in custody. Rouf and Yunis were granted bail. A plea and case management hearing was fixed for June 4.

Read more: http://www.shropshirestar.com/news/2010/03/29/five-in-court-on-child-sex-ring-charges/#ixzz1GlspQ6lW

March 16, 2011 Posted by | Abuse, Child Abuse, Court, islam, Muslim, Muslims, paedophile, Rape, TAQIYYA | Leave a comment

Asylum seeker in £1.2m west London house is convicted of benefit fraud

A former asylum seeker living in a £1.2 million house paid for by the taxpayer was warned today she faced jail after pleading guilty to benefit fraud.

Toorpakai Saiedi, 37, a mother of seven originally from Afghanistan, falsely claimed almost £30,000 in housing benefit, council tax credit and working tax credit.

She hid a Barclays bank account that generated income over a period of three years from Ealing council and the Department of Work and Pensions.

Speaking through a Farsi interpreter at Isleworth crown court, Saiedi admitted three counts of falsely claiming benefits.

She had claimed asylum after coming to Britain in 2001 with her children, a year after husband Haji Rahmat Shah Saiedi, 47, arrived in London.

The family say they were wealthy farmers near Bagram airbase, 20 miles from Afghan capital Kabul, and were forced to flee because of Taliban threats. They were granted leave to remain in Britain.

They have lived in properties paid for by councils: a three-bedroom terrace house in Enfield, a five-bedroom semi in Ealing, and now a seven-bedroom property in Acton, also paid for by Ealing council. It has two reception rooms, one with a large plasma TV, two kitchens, a dining room, a breakfast room, three shower rooms and a 100ft garden.

Saiedi’s son Jawad has said: “When the council chose to put us here we did not say no. If someone gave you a lottery jackpot, would you leave it? When I heard how much the council was paying, I thought they were mad.”

The Acton house is owned by Ajit Panesar, who bought it in 2008 for £1.2 million. He said of the rent he receives: “I have done nothing wrong. I can’t help it if the law says I should get paid the amount of money.”

Henrietta Paget, prosecuting, told the court that from September 2006 to September 2009 Saiedi had logged a total of £29,888 in falsely claimed benefits.

Judge Jonathan Lowen ordered a pre-sentence report and said all options for punishment remained open. Saiedi was remanded on bail to be sentenced next month.

March 16, 2011 Posted by | Asylum Seekers, Court, uk | Leave a comment

Court appearance of EDL in Tyneside: the police rely on far-left groups for info about the EDL

EDL Extra comments on the Civil Liberty article, ‘Tyneside EDL show trial begins’, by a Civil Liberty correspondent, 14th March, 2011. (Comments are in bold.)

Ten members of the nationalist English Defence League (EDL) have appeared in court after a meeting of the far-left Socialist Workers’ Party was disrupted at the Newcastle Irish Centre in Newcastle upon Tyne last year.
[The EDL, almost by definition, has a right to disrupt SWP meetings quite simply because this Trot group is agitating to get us banned outright. Not only that. Because the SWP is a totalitarian party, dedicated to the complete destruction of everything the average Englishman holds dear, that too gives us reason to disrupt their meetings. After all, no one would dispute the EDL’s right, or anyone’s right, to disrupt a self-confessed Nazi party (not one defined as ‘Nazi’ by the SWP) meeting or, say, a meeting in support of al Qaeda.]

The alleged disruption of the meeting is said to have happened on the evening of September the 22nd last year after the SWP, a trotskyite communist party that believes in violent revolution and the overthrow of the established order, called a meeting to discuss ways to combat nationalist groups in the Tyneside area such as the EDL and the British National Party (BNP).
[To the SWP, ‘combat’, as well as ‘mobilisation’ and even ‘protest’, mean violence against enemies.]

The SWP is also a key component of the far-left ‘Unite Against Fascism’ (UAF) campaign group which holds violent protests against the EDL and BNP and has promised to “smash” both organisations in the past.
[It is not really a ‘component’ of UAF – the SWP created and runs the UAF. I can even be said that today the UAF is the SWP, or the SWP is UAF.]

More than twenty supporters of the EDL also gathered in the courtroom for the brief hearing at the magistrates court in the centre of Newcastle before it was transferred to crown court for a further hearing on Wednesday, the 27th of April. Following the court appearance, some of the supporters attempted to hand out leaflets to passers-by about the case, but were swiftly surrounded by the large police presence who had been guarding the court.
[The truth is dangerous. That’s why the police acted on the handing-out of leaflets. Actually, I think the EDL should always stress that it is the police chiefs, commissioners and chief constables, not the ‘rank and file’ police, that make these orders. Such people have been indoctrinated with political correctness and they have an absolute duty towards multiculturalism – all of which ends up with a virtual persecution of the EDL.]

The court heard that the ten men had allegedly gathered in a nearby public house before trying to attend the SWP meeting. They were prevented from entering the Irish Centre by club stewards and a disturbance allegedly broke out. One of the defendants was given the wrong court date and had already appeared in court a week earlier after a Northumbria Police and Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) mix-up! Apparently, despite charging the ten EDL men, Northumbria Police still haven’t questioned the club stewards involved in the disturbance prompting some concern about the future conduct of the trial following the earlier mix-up between the police and CPS.
[Learn about the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). It often works as the Leftist wing of the legal system (if it ain’t Leftist already) and the embodiment of politically-correct and multicultural virtue.]

The local newspaper, the Evening Chronicle, also described the ten defendants as “right-wing extremists” in an obvious attempt to influence the outcome of the trial.
[Most local journalists are either pretty thick or lazy. Thus they don’t mind getting info about the EDL from revolutionary communists like SWP/UAF. If the UAF/SWP, Searchlight, Hope Not Hate, even the explicitly named Communist Party, tells them that the EDL is ‘far right’, then that’s all these regional journalists need to know. Similarly, accepting this info without any further investigation will give them extra time to get down to the pub or allow them to pursue other more interesting and financially rewarding stories.]

The Evening Chronicle is published by ncjMedia, a division of Trinity Mirror, which also publishes the Daily Mirror newspaper which broadly supports the Labour party. Trinity Mirror was once owned by the disgraced fraudster, Robert Maxwell, now dead, who was once a Labour MP.
[The Daily Mirror officially supports the Communist Party’s, that is, Searchlight’s, that is, Hope Note Hate’s campaign against the EDL. So that probably means that the Daily Mirror also finances Hope Not Hate.]

Northumbria Police, via the Police Authority, also funds a far-left campaign group called the Tyne & Wear Anti-Fascist Association (TWAFA) which monitors nationalist activists and political dissidents in the North East of England. TWAFA has worked closely with SWP/UAF members in the past. TWAFA is also closely linked to the Searchlight/Hope Not Hate organisation which itself works closely with Labour MPs such as the Tyneside Labour MP David Miliband who backed a recent survey from Searchlight which suggested nationalist feeling was growing across the country.
[Are there many – or any! – organisations ‘which monitor’ the actions of far-left groups like the SWP and, well, Searchlight/Hope Not Hate? Yes; the EDL! But that’s all!

Isn’t this strange? The Northumbrian Police Authority is using extreme left organisations to monitor ‘far right’ groups. Then again, New Labour used extremist Muslim and Islamist groups to tackle, well, extremist Muslim and Islamist groups! And repeatedly did so even when it was shown that such ‘monitors’ were often as bad as the scum they were monitoring.

For instance, the people who took over Abu Hamza’s North London Central Mosque (Finsbury Park mosque) were themselves Islamists (if not Islamoterrorists, then supporters of Islamoterrorism), members of the Muslim Brotherhood and supporters of Hamas, amongst other things. One of the Islamists who evicted Abu Hamza, Mohammed Kassem Sawalha, was once ‘in charge of Hamas terrorist operations within the West Bank’. All this stupidity was engendered by the police and New Labour.]

March 16, 2011 Posted by | Abuse, Court, english defence legue, Patriots on Trail, Police, police tactics, UAF, UAF/SWP, uk | | Leave a comment

More Muslim Nonces Due in Lancashire Court

Brierfield men charged with assault and child sex offences

THREE men from Brierfield have been charged with assault and child sex offences after police carried out raids across Nelson.

Shiraz Arzal, 24, of Mansfield Crescent, Brierfield, Nelson is charged with causing or inciting a girl aged between 13 and 15 to engage in sexual activity.

Mohammed Imran Amjad, 24, of Halifax Road, Brierfield, Nelson, is charged with arranging or facilitating the commission of a child sex offence and child abduction.

Omar Mazafer, 20, of Halifax Road, Brierfield, Nelson is charged with two counts of Section 39 common assault.

All three men have been remanded into custody to appear at Burnley Magistrates’ Court on 11th March 11.

The charges follow an on-going investigation by detectives from the Freedom Team which aims to tackle child sexual exploitation in Pennine Division.

March 11, 2011 Posted by | Abuse, Child Abuse, Court, Cruelty, islam, Islamists, Muslim, Muslims, paedophile, Pakistan, uk | | Leave a comment

Muslim gang trial – fugitive arrested at airport

A businessman wanted in connection with a bungled gangland hit, in which an innocent shopworker died, was arrested as he stepped off a flight from Pakistan.

Car hire boss Gulfan ‘Gogo’ Khan, has been quizzed by detectives in connection with the murder of Nasar Hussain.

He has now been released on police bail.

Last month, five men were jailed for crimes connected to the murder of Mr Hussain. The 30-year-old had been working behind the counter at Brookhouse Wines in Eccles, Salford in 2009 when gun-for-hire Simeon Henderson burst in and opened fire with a machine gun.

Following the convictions police appealed for three other suspects who they wanted to speak to and who were thought to be in Pakistan.

They included Mr Khan, 36, who had been arrested on suspicion of murder but had skipped bail in September 2009.

The M.E.N has learned that Mr Khan was arrested at Leeds Bradford Airport after police received information that he was coming back to the country.

Officers arrested him as he stepped off a flight from Islamabad.

Detectives from the Major Incident Team quizzed Mr Khan on suspicion of murder before he was granted bail until April.

A Greater Manchester Police spokesman said: “Officers investigating the murder of a shop worker at Brookhouse Wines in Salford have made an arrest. A 36-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder at Leeds Bradford Airport last week.”

He was bailed until April 5 pending further inquiries.

Tanveer Akbar and Mohammed Safdar, both 30, are still being hunted by police.

Henderson admitted murder, two other firearms offences and arson before testifying against his associates. He was jailed for life with a minimum of 15 years but this had been reduced from an expected 32 years because he turned supergrass.

Mohammed Hafiz, 43, of Woodlands Road, Cheetham Hill, was jailed for life for his part in organising the fatal shooting, and must serve at least 26 years.

Arfan Rafiq, 26, of Villa Road, Oldham, supplied the murder weapon and has been jailed for life with a minimum tariff of 18 years. Ryan Manning, 22, of Bird Street, Higher Ince and Akmal Afzal, 25, of Bradford Street, Bolton, were jailed in connection with the shooting.

March 4, 2011 Posted by | Court, Muslim, Muslims, Police, thugs | , | Leave a comment

Political Persecution in Britain 2011 – Newcastle Demo 10/3/11

A number of EDL members from Newcastle have been charged with an affray and are due to appear in Newcastle Magistrates court on the 10th March 2011.

The incident occurred at Newcastle Irish Centre, Stowell Street, last September, The monthly SWP (Socialist Workers Party) meet was planned and the EDL also planned to have a peaceful demonstration against those left wing fascists.

From the information I have been given there were a number of EDL members in the public house across the road at the Rosie Malones pub, when 2 EDL members went across the Irish Centre to enquire if the SWP meeting was still taking place one of the EDL members was then dragged into the Irish Centre by one of the doormen and then attacked, when the fellow members from the EDL rushed to help their friend from being attacked by the doorman things then become a little unclear as to what happens next.

What is clear from the information, is that the doorman from the Irish Centre clearly provoked this incident and it can be seen quite clearly from the CCTV footage that this is this case, but unfortunately the doorman has yet to be questioned over this matter?

Whilst at the same time the members from the EDL have all since been arrested initially on suspicion of Violent Disorder which carries a maximum sentence of 5 years imprisonment, the reason this charge was used is so that the Police could raid peoples houses and cart away peoples mobile phones and computers etc.

Initially six EDL members were arrested in the coming weeks and then the Newcastle Evening Chronicle run an appeal with mugshots of 10 other suspects, I have been led to believe that all 10 have either been arrested or handed themselves into the Police.

Yet again this is another politically motivated court case that will cost the tax payers huge sums of money, the corrupt and politicised CPS have initiated Affray charges against a number of people who were present, and a number of these people are quite clearly innocent of any crime as the CCTV footage shows.

Should these people expect a fair trial ? I suspect in Britain 2011 these people will not get a fair trial, how much longer are the British and particularly the English people going to take this and continually allow corruption in all government departments from the top right to bottom.

Not until people start to vote and vote for a new vehicle to express their disgust at the current political elite will anything ever change.

The Newcastle branch of the EDL is planning a static peaceful static demonstration outside of Newcastle Magistrates Court on the morning of the 10th March 2011, I would urge all readers to support this demonstration and help to put an end to political persecution here in England in 2011.

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March 4, 2011 Posted by | Court, Demo, english defence legue, FREE SPEECH, The English Defence League, UAF, UAF/SWP, uk | , | Leave a comment

‘British troops burn in hell’: Muslim extremists face EDL supporters in ugly scenes outside poppy-burning trial

Protesters burning a poppy at a Muslims against Remembrance Day protest on November 11 last year

World War Two veteran’s grandson’s ‘tears of rage’ as he watched demonstration during two minutes’ silence

Muslim extremists chanted ‘British troops burn in hell’ outside a court today, as two men went on trial for burning poppies on Remembrance Day.

Ugly scenes erupted outside Belmarsh Magistrates’ Court, south-east London, as Muslims gathered to support Mohammed Haque and Emdadur Choudhury, who are accused of using ‘threatening, abusive or insulting words or behaviour’.

Their supporters’ chants of ‘democracy, hypocrisy’ were met with jeers from members of the English Defence League who waved flags of St George and placards of poppies.

The defendants were allegedly part of a group who shouted slogans that British soldiers were rapists and murderers during a demonstration on November 11 last year.

The incident happened during a two-minute silence close to the Royal Albert Hall where the Remembrance Day service is traditionally held.

Emdadur Choudhury

Haque, 30, of Bethnal Green, and Choudhury, 26, of Spitalfields, pleaded not guilty to the charge under the Public Order Act.

Mohammad Haque

Simon Ray, prosecuting, said Haque and Choudhury were part of the Armistice Day demo by the group Muslims Against Crusades in Kensington Gore.

He said they were protesting before and throughout the two-minute silence to mark Britain’s war dead.

Shortly after the end of the silence the two men lit large pieces of red and black plastic which were designed to resemble poppies, the court heard.

Mr Ray said that both defendants had acted jointly in the burning of the poppies.
‘Muslims Against Crusades had gathered at the corner of Exhibition Road and Kensington Gore and on an opposite corner were members of the English Defence League,’ said Mr Ray.

‘The MAC protesters were carrying signs with slogans critical of Britain’s role in Afghanistan and used microphones to voice vehement criticism of the Armed Forces and those who supported them including allegations that British troops were rapists and murderers,’ he said

‘The right of freedom of speech is very important and the decision to prosecute should not be taken lightly.

In this case the actions of these defendants went beyond reasonable protest and the exercise of freedom of speech.

‘The prosecution was brought in order to prevent public disorder and to protect the rights of British people to exercise their right to the two-minute silence.’

A grandson of a Second World War soldier said he felt ‘sick inside’ when witnessing the men’s protest, the magistrates heard.

Tony Kibble said tears of anger and rage welled in his eyes as the Muslim group shouted through the two minute’s silence.

he said: ‘Half way through, I looked up to see what was going on around and I saw a ball of fire fall to the ground. Literally, my stomach turned over.’

He continued: ‘I felt sick inside. It is something that means so much to me and to see what I believed to be a wreath of poppies fall to the ground – it is just despicable.’

Video footage of the incident was shown in court today.

In it, a leader of the MAC can be heard to say ‘the two minutes have started’ before leading a series of anti-British chants.

Around 20 men at the demonstration joined in with shouts of: ‘Burn, burn British soldiers, British soldiers burn in Hell.’

The crowd continued: ‘British soldiers – murderers, British soldiers – rapists, British soldiers – terrorists.’

The trial continues.

Members of the English Defence League protesting outside Woolwich Crown Court where two men went on trial for burning poppies on Remembrance Day last year

February 24, 2011 Posted by | Court, East London, EXTREMISM, Extremists, Hate, islam, Islamists, Jihad, london, Militant Islam, Muslim, Muslims, Muslims Terrorists, Religiously intolerant, SHARIA LAW, The English Defence League | , , | Leave a comment