U.K. Fighting to Stop Islamic Rape Gangs

U.K. Fighting to Stop Islamic Rape Gangs

blog pic gj JPGThe repeated rape of young British girls by Muslims was allowed to continue unabated for reasons of political correctness for over a decade.  Think about that for a brief moment: child sexual abuse was allowed to continue unabated because the abusers were Muslim!  The story has gotten minimal attention here in the States.  Sadly, now that it is getting attention outside the U.K., even the Wall Street Journal fails to mention the Islamic nature of the crimes (this is not to say all Muslims are pedophiles!).  The Journal refers only to some amorphous “Pakistani community:”

ROTHERHAM, England— Jayne Senior worked for more than a decade to expose rampant child sexual abuse in this rusting steel town in South Yorkshire, but she met mostly indifference and scorn from authorities.

Things seemed to change last August, when an independent investigation confirmed the widespread sex abuse Ms. Senior identified, concluding that at least 1,400 girls in Rotherham had been sexually abused from 1997 through mid-2013, allegedly by a gang from the Pakistani community. The police commissioner, town-council leader and child-services head resigned. After its own probe, the U.K. government in February ordered outside administrators to take over the town’s management.

The Rotherham inquiry published in August concluded that town leaders and police dismissed allegations of sex abuse in part because they deemed the girls to be willing participants, often calling them “slags,” slang for promiscuous women.

The Jay Report noted perceptions that local police and town leaders hadn’t confronted the alleged perpetrators from the Pakistani community for fear of being branded racist. (emphasis added- OBS) According to the report: “Several councillors interviewed believed that by opening up these issues they could be ‘giving oxygen’ to racist perspectives that might in turn attract extremist political groups and threaten community cohesion.” Still, Ms. Jay says the problem wasn’t that police were under pressure to be politically correct, but that police didn’t prioritize sex crimes for investigation.

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