Girl, 13, ‘Drugged & Gang-raped Under Kurdish Flag’

A 13-year-old girl was taken from her children's home by Asian men, before being drugged and subjected to a brutal gang-rape 'under the Kurdish flag'

A 13-year-old girl was taken from her children’s home by Asian men, before being drugged and subjected to a brutal gang-rape ‘under the Kurdish flag’

As reporting restrictions were lifted in the Newcastle Grooming Gang trial, the harrowing details of the abuse against young white girls by men from the Indian sub-continent is slowly seeping into the public domain. One particularly horrifying incident that the court heard was the story of a young girl of 13, who was taken from her children’s home then drugged and raped by foreign men in a ‘relay race’ under the Kurdish flag.

Editor’s Note: “Asian” in this instance refers to those who’s ethnic background is of the Indian sub-continent or the Middle-East.

A court heard how up to 108 young girls were systematically abused by Asian men between 2011 and 2014. They were lured into false relationships under the promise of money and drugs, only to be passed round scores of men who assaulted, raped and psychologically abused them.

One young woman giving evidence for the prosecution told the court how she was given cannabis by defendant Abdul Milnoyee, who then proceeded to rape her.

A 13-year-old girl was taken from her children's home by Asian men, before being drugged and subjected to a brutal gang-rape 'under the Kurdish flag'

Convicted: Abdul Sabe, Habibur Rahim, Badrul Hussain, Abdulhamid Minoyee, Jahanger Zaman, Monjur Choudhury, (middle row left to right) Taherul Alam, Hassan Ali, Nadeem Aslam, Mohammed Azram, Yassar Hussain, Saiful Islam, (bottom row left to right) Eisa Mousavi, Prabhat Nelli, Mohibur Rahman, Nashir Uddin, Redwan Siddquee and Carolann Gallon.

Another told the court how the gang demeaned one of their victims; ‘She seemed scared. She came into the room where I was and the men were treating her like a slave. They were dropping things on the floor on purpose to make her pick them up’.

In a further example of the group’s depravity, the court heard how one defendant told his wife he was going night fishing before picking up a 15-year-old girl on the street and raping her. He then took her to one of the gang’s premises, where his friends also raped the girl. The judge sentenced him to just 10 years in prison.

17 men and 1 woman were convicted as part of Operation Shelter, a large scale police operation which infiltrated and gathered evidence on the grooming gang operating out of the west end of Newcastle. The perpetrators are of Turkish, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indian, Iraqi and Iranian origin, but most of them were born in the UK.

This follows similar cases of systematic sexual abuse in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, Bristol and many more English cities, whereby men of Asian origin were found to be engaged in abuse of young white girls on an industrial scale. As many as 1,400 vulnerable English girls were raped and abused in Rotherham alone between 1997 and 2012.

As with these previous cases, the accusation has been levelled that authorities failed to act sooner in the Newcastle grooming scandal due to the ethnic background of the perpetrators.

Even Rotherham MP Sarah Champion, who throughout the case in her home city only spoke of ‘right-wing extremism’, has admitted the majority of the perpetrators have been ‘British Pakistani’ and people are too afraid of being called racist to speak out. This followed calls by the Home Secretary Amber Rudd for political correctness to be brushed aside in the pursuit of the Asian perpetrators.

Meanwhile Conservative MP Mike Penning, a former defence and justice minister, has written to the Attorney General suggesting that those involved should have their charges escalated to ‘racially aggravated’ to reflect the fact that the victims were white English girls.

However, this will all be seen as too little too late from a political class who brought this terror upon the English people in the first place.

 

William is a writer based in England, Great Britain.