- From Un:dhimmi - Watching the Enablers of Islamisation, 17.12.2010
The video above is part of BBC Television documentary from a few years ago that briefly reported the wider problem. Since then the British State broadcaster appears to have clamped up when reporting related stories.
The BBC is lying by omission to protect Muslims:
Five Shropshire men have been charged in connection with a child sex ring allegedly involving nine teenage girls, it was revealed this afternoon.
The men are alleged to have been part of a gang who groomed girls aged between 13 and 15 for sex with other men. Three of the men appeared before magistrates in Telford this afternoon to face the allegations.
Mohammed Ali Sultan, 23, from Victoria Avenue, in Wellington, Mohammed Younis, 57, and Abdul Rous, 33, both of Kingsland, Arleston, Wellington, 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 offence in Telford or elsewhere in the country.
No pleas were given during today’s hearing which lasted for around two hours.
Applications were made for bail on behalf of all three men but magistrates remanded them in custody.
They will next appear at Shrewsbury Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on December 21.
The public gallery at the court was packed for the hearing.
Two further men were due to appear before the court later this afternoon to face further charges.
They are both charged with traffiking persons within the UK for sexual exploitation, conspiring with a female of 13 years or over to engage in sexual activity, supplying a Class A drug, and supplying a Class B drug.
Today’s developments follow an ongoing investigation by police in Telford along with a number of other agencies including the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre.
Detective Chief Inspector Alan Edwards said: “The investigation is one that we have been working on for some time in conjunction with our partners at Telford & Wrekin Council, the local Primary Care Trust, the United Kingdom Human Trafficking Centre and SOCA’s Vulnerable Persons Team.
“We are also liaising with our colleagues from West Midlands Police and Staffordshire Police.”
Before reading on, please compare and contrast the story above with two wider BBC reports about the very same child sexual grooming problem in Shropshire here and here.
As is an increasingly common phenomenon in other parts of England, another Muslim paedophile grooming ring is hauled before the courts; unusually this time in the relatively prosperous rural county of Shropshire in the Midlands (normally these crimes are committed in areas of deprivation, with a high proportion of vulnerable children – as one of the principal techniques employed by the gangs to lure the girls is to offer them money and gifts).
Local newspaper the Shropshire Star did its job and reported the facts. The supposed jewel in the crown of international journalism (while not reporting this particular story), almost never does its job in these cases.
Omission of material facts – that would in this case identify much a wider human trafficking and organised child abuse racket – is just one way in which this liberal media organisation deceives it viewers, listeners and readers.
As we have reported several times in the past (and indeed, as the BBC website’s colleagues on the venerable TV documentary series ‘Panorama’ have demonstrated – perhaps before some politically-correct clampdown); there is overwhelming evidence of rife organised sexual grooming of usually white, vulnerable non-Muslim girls by Muslims in England.
But, as part of its abiding mission to ‘sell’ Islam to the British public (whether they like it or not), the BBC news website is concealing the truth about this repulsive organised criminal enterprise and the Muslim gangs who are raping and pimping their daughters.
It clearly thinks we are not fit to know the facts.
[Source: Shropshire Star]