The Rotherham sex scandal, in which 1,400 girls were sexually abused by Muslim rape gangs, was bad enough. Then came shocking news that up to a million British girls were sexually abused by Muslim “grooming” gangs. Now, it’s Islamic supremacism expressed to the fullest: these same abusive men shout their “victory” cry of “Allahu akbar,” celebrating their sickening violations of infidel girls — while feminists remain silent. These Muslims remain proud and unrepentant about their vile abuse of innocent girls, perhaps because this behavior is sanctioned in the Qur’an.
“Rotherham sex abusers shout ‘Allahu Akbar’ as gang is jailed for 81 years after ‘vile’ abuse of girls,” by Anthony Bond, Mirror, February 23, 2017:
Sex abusers shouted ‘Allahu Akbar’ as a gang of six men were sentenced for a total of 81 years over the “vile” sexual abuse of two girls in Rotherham.
Three brothers and three other men were convicted of crimes including rape, indecent assault and false imprisonment after the pre-teen victims were “systematically groomed”.
In total, the gang were sentenced at Sheffield Crown Court to 19 “vile” offences against the “naive and vulnerable” victims.
They were told by the judge they would serve a total of 81 years in prison after the offences more than a decade ago.
Basharat Dad, 32 of Eastwood, Rotherham, was sentenced to 20 years behind bars after a jury found him guilty of multiple child sexual offences last week.
His brothers Nasar Dad, 36, of Eastwood, Rotherham, and Tayab Dad, 34, of Tinsley, Sheffield, were jailed for 14 years and six months, with one year on licence, and ten years each for their crimes.
According to police, Amjad Ali, 36, of Hodthorpe, Worksop, pleaded guilty to sexual intercourse with a girl under 13 at a court hearing last year.
Today he was sentenced to 11 years in prison, and one year on licence.
Also sentenced today were 40-year-old Mohammed Sadiq, who was jailed for 13 years with one year on licence, and 42-year-old Matloob Hussain, who was jailed for 13 years and one year on licence.
Speaking after the sentencing, Temporary Detective Chief Inspector Martin Tate said: “Today’s hearing is the culmination of a lengthy and complex investigation into the sexual abuse and exploitation of vulnerable children in Rotherham nearly two decades ago.
“This is our third significant inquiry into child sexual exploitation in Rotherham and with the lengthy jail terms handed down to these individuals today, we have now put 18 criminals behind bars for over 280 years.
“This was a South Yorkshire Police led investigation in partnership with Rotherham Council and the Crown Prosecution Service, and I would like to thank them for their assistance with the investigation.
“Following the successes achieved, we will now continue to move forward using the learning and best practice we have acquired over the last few years, through work done with our brave victims, their families and partnership agencies, to apply this practice to future investigations….