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by, London Taxi Trade – UK | Terror News Network | h/t Blazing CatFur
Many of the sex crimes are being perpetrated by Muslim child grooming gangs responsible for drugging, raping and torturing hundreds and possibly thousands of British girls.
But another wave of sex crimes involves predatory Muslim minicab drivers who are raping female passengers. The number of so-called minicab rapes is snowballing to such an extent that a British judge has issued a warning that no woman can expect to be safe while traveling in a cab.
Reliable statistics on minicab rapes nationwide are difficult to obtain, and Freedom of Information requests seeking accurate data on minicab-related sexual assaults are routinely denied (here and here).
However, a much acclaimed report produced by the London Metropolitan Police Service estimates that on average there are a total of 1,125 sexual assaults, including rapes, each year involving minicab drivers in just London; this works out to approximately 22 sexual assaults against women by taxi drivers each week in England’s capital city alone.
Moreover, according to a report entitled, “Ending Violence against Women and Girls in the UK,” published by the Home Office in March 2013, only around one in ten women who experience serious sexual assault report it to the police. As a result, one can infer that the actual number of minicab rapes across Britain as a whole is far greater than many are willing to admit.
Apart from a few high-profile cases, minicab rapes are rarely reported by national newspapers in Britain, apparently because the politically incorrect crimes are not deemed to be newsworthy. But a survey of stories buried deep inside local newspapers shows that minicab rapes are occurring in all parts of England, Wales and Scotland on an almost daily basis…
A PARTIAL LIST:
In a recent case in London that was reported by national newspapers, Mohamed Hacene-Chaouch, 46, was sentenced to seven years in prison for raping a 24-year-old female passenger in his unlicensed taxi. Hacene-Chaouch — an Algerian married father of five — assaulted the woman after she got lost in Soho, central London.
In nearby Windsor, Anshul Sharma, 23, was charged with raping a 19-year-old woman who mistook his car for a legitimate taxi. She had been searching for a cab in the early hours of the morning when she was approached by Sharma, who claimed he was driving a licensed taxi. After she was in the car, he drove her to a remote location where he raped her.
In Blackburn on July 9, Talib Hussain, 62, was charged with sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl, a passenger in his minicab.
In Blackpool on July 8, Turkish-born Fatih Top, 38, was charged with raping an 18-year-old woman who was a passenger in his cab.
In Shrewsbury on July 6, Ahmet Baser, 34, was sentenced to seven-and-a-half years in prison for raping an underage girl in his taxi. The victim and her friend were picked up by Baser’s taxi outside a downtown night spot. After dropping off her friend, Baser went on to drive his victim into the remote countryside, where he raped her before taking her home.
In Nottingham on June 12, police said they were looking for an “Asian” (Muslim) taxi driver who sexually assaulted a 19-year-old passenger in his cab.
In Berkshire on May 21, Arshad Arif, 28, appeared at the Reading Crown Court on charges of driving a 17-year-old passenger in his cab to a remote park some 25 miles from her home and raping her twice. Arif was identified after it emerged he had earlier allowed the schoolgirl to use his phone, with her father noting down the number.
In Oldham on May 16, Tamur Yaqub, 32, was sentenced to eight years in prison after being convicted of attempting to rape a 15-year-old girl in the back of his car. The jury heard that Yaqub — a married father of six — had dragged the girl into his private-hire taxi after spotting her walking home. Judge Jeffrey Lewis of the Manchester Crown Court said: “You used considerable force against a girl who was no match for you. You subjected her to degradation and you have shown not the slightest remorse.”
In Hemel Hempstead on May 7, Mashain Pitchei, 45, was sentenced to four years in prison for raping a 20-year-old female passenger. Pitchei, who pretended to be a taxi driver, was parked in the downtown Marlowes district when he offered a lift to the victim, who had been on a night out with friends. Believing it was a licensed taxi, she got into the vehicle and he drove off. Pitchei then pulled over in a suburb where he raped her.
In Heaton on April 11, Mohammed Akram, 35, pled guilty to sexually assaulting a woman in his taxi. After the woman entered the vehicle, Akram — a married father of four — drove to a remote location, where he attacked her.
In Peterborough on February 20, Mohammed Umar Anwar, 31, lost an appeal against the City Council’s decision to revoke his taxi license after he admitted to police that he got a 15-year-old female passenger to perform a sex act on him when she had no money to pay the fare.
In Manchester on February 18, Elhadi Sakhri, 42, was sentenced to seven years and ten months for two counts of raping men who were passengers in his taxi. Sakhri — who was granted asylum in Britain after complaining he faced persecution in Algeria because he was bisexual — forced once of his victims up against a wall and raped him. He dragged the other victim by his arms down an alleyway where he raped him.
In London on February 6, police said they were looking for an “Asian” (Muslim) man accused of sexually assaulting three women in the Canning Town district.
In Leeds on January 9, Mohammed Shahin, 28, was sentenced to seven years in prison for raping a 20-year-old passenger who fell asleep in his taxi as he drove her home. A jury at the Nottingham Crown Court heard that from the moment the woman got in, Shahin switched off the GPS tracking system that monitored his vehicle’s movements, suggesting he had a sinister motive from the outset. When she woke up, she found that Shahin had parked in a remote street in an unknown location. He then climbed into the back of the car and raped her before dropping her off near her home. The judge ordered that Shahin, after serving his sentence, be deported to his home country of Bangladesh.
In Accrington, Mohammed Ishaq, 38, was accused of raping a 35-year-old female passenger after taking her home.
Also in Accrington, Mohammed Baig, 45, was accused of sexually assaulting an 18-year-old passenger. After dropping her off at her home, Baig left the victim with the words, “I’ll look for you. I’ll come and find you.”
In Billingham, Khalile Maqsood, 31, was sentenced to eight-and-a-half years in prison for abducting and raping a 20-year-old female passenger at knifepoint. Maqsood — a married father of four — offered the victim a lift. But when she got into the taxi he took a series of wrong turns, then stopped in a deserted parking garage and turned off the engine. Maqsood told jurors that the victim had led him on and had been “really up for it.” He added: “I’m only human at the end of the day. She’d come on to me. I made a mistake. I just gave in to temptation. She led me on. She consented to it. That’s what she wanted.” The cab driver — whose wife was pregnant with their fourth child when he committed the offense — was expressionless as he was led from the dock. Judge Rodney Jameson of the Newcastle Crown Court said Maqsood had shown little understanding of, and no remorse for, what he had done.
In East Sussex, Abul Malik, 29, was jailed for seven years after being found guilty of raping a 19-year-old female passenger when she could not pay for her £6.80 ($10) fare home.
In Edinburgh, Ibrahim Selman fled Scotland after raping a woman and assaulting several others while working as a taxi driver. Selman, who was in the UK as an illegal immigrant, went on the run to the Sudan days after holding a female passenger hostage, repeatedly raping her and leaving her for dead in the street.
In Hull, Masoud Rahimi, 37, was convicted of sexually assaulting a 20-year-old female passenger. The Iranian-born Rahimi denied it was him until the CCTV footage was shown to him, with the girl fleeing from his car as he was filling up the tank with gasoline.
In London, Salam Rahman, 27, and Mohammed Elahi, 26, were jailed for nine years for gang-raping two female passengers, one of whom was a 26-year-old newlywed.
In Clapham, south London, Atiq Rehman, 20, tricked a 22-year-old woman into thinking he was a legitimate taxi driver. Rehman, an illegal immigrant from Pakistan who was twice refused asylum in Britain, raped the woman for 45 minutes while asking her how many children she wanted to have.
Also in London, Assadullah Razaq, 31, was sentenced to eight years in jail for raping a 28-year-old female passenger. The defense attorney said that Razaq, an Afghan refugee and a married father of three, admitted to having sex with the woman, but maintained it was not rape. His attorney said Razaq came to Britain after being tortured by the Taliban, and that something had affected his mental state.
At King’s Cross in central London, police said they were looking for a Turkish cab driver who raped an 18-year-old passenger after driving her to a remote location. After the attack, he took her to Gloucester Place in Westminster where he pushed her from his vehicle and left her lying in a gutter.
In Manchester, Shahjahan Islam was sentenced to nine years in prison for sexually assaulting a 27-year-old female passenger. The victim had been out with friends when she decided to go home and got into a taxi driven by Islam. She gave Islam her address, he programmed it into his GPS and departed. After several minutes the woman realized they were going the wrong way. Eventually he stopped the car, climbed into the passenger seat and tried to rape her. DNA recovered from the woman led officers to identify Islam as the suspect.
In Newport, South Wales, Asif Iqbal, was sentenced to 12 years in prison for raping two female passengers on late-night rides home. Iqbal’s wife was also jailed for six months after admitting to perverting the course of justice by offering money to one of the victims to withdraw her complaint. Police fear many more women may have been attacked by Iqbal, who targeted women outside pubs and nightclubs in the hope they would be drunk.
In Portsmouth, Muhammed Hasan, 35, was accused of locking a 19-year-old woman with learning disabilities into his cab and sexually assaulting her.
In St. Helens, Mazish Muzaffar, 43, was charged with assaulting a female passenger in his taxi.
In Sheffield, Zahoor Mahmood, 40, was jailed for eight years for sexually assaulting two female passengers. Instead of taking his first victim to her home, he locked her in his cab for more than two hours, got into the back with her and tried to get her to snort cocaine to get her “in the mood.” Three weeks later, Mahmood — a married father of four — spotted a 17-year-old girl walking home after a night out. He offered to take her home for free when she said she had no money for the fare, but then locked her in his cab for an hour, tried to get her to snort cocaine and then molested her. Before the attacks, Mahmood, who has been driving taxis in Sheffield for more than 15 years, had twice been stripped of his license after being convicted of drug offenses, but twice won appeals that allowed him to continue working.
In Teesside, Pakistani-born Liaqat Ali, 42, was sentenced to seven years in prison for raping a 16-year-old passenger as she dozed off drunk in his taxi. Ali — a married father of four — stopped for the girl in Middlesbrough and drove her to a secluded spot, where he attacked her. Ali admitted to picking the victim up but denied anything had happened. Once results of DNA evidence were obtained, he admitted to having lied.
And the same in Australia…
Hazara minority were the targeted victims during a massive protest
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by, Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has vowed to take “revenge” against those responsible for a suicide attack in Kabul that has killed at least 80 people, the deadliest attack to hit the Afghan capital since the U.S.-led invasion in 2001.
The Islamic State (IS) extremist group claimed responsibility for the twin suicide bombings, which the Interior Ministry said killed at least 80 people and wounded 231, many of them in serious condition.
The suicide attack at Kabul’s Dehmazang Square targeted mostly members of the Hazara minority, thousands of whom had gathered to protest a power line.
If IS’s claims prove to be true, the bombings would mark the first time the militants have launched an attack in Kabul. IS fighters have seized pockets of territory along Afghanistan’s eastern border with Pakistan, mostly in Nangarhar Province, in the past year.
In a live television address on July 23, Ghani said “I promise you I will take revenge against the culprits.”
“I have ordered the attorney-general to set up a commission to investigate this incident,” he said, adding that July 24 would be a national day of mourning.
Ghani’s spokesman said the government had received information that an attack on the demonstration could take place and had warned the organizers.
“We had intelligence over recent days and it was shared with the demonstration organisers. We shared our concerns because we knew that terrorists wanted to bring sectarianism to our community,” presidential spokesman Haroon Chakhansuri told the AP.
The Islamic State group’s Amaq news agency reported that two IS fighters detonated explosive belts at the peaceful march, which was attended by an estimated 10,000 people.
Kabul hospitals were overwhelmed, with reports emerging of blood shortages and urgent appeals for blood donors circulating on social media.
“We were holding a peaceful demonstration when I heard a bang and then everyone was escaping and yelling,” said Sabira Jan, a protester who witnessed the attack. “I saw many people were killed and most of them were covered with blood. There was nobody to help the victims. Policemen were looking at us and after that I heard gunshots. Then I don’t know what happened.”
“The horrific attack on a group of peaceful protestors in Kabul demonstrates the utter disregard that armed groups have for human life,” Amnesty International said in a statement.
“Such attacks are a reminder that the conflict in Afghanistan is not winding down, as some believe, but escalating, with consequences for the human rights situation in the country that should alarm us all.”
Earlier, Ghani said in a statement that he was “deeply saddened” by the attack, adding that the casualties included security forces.
“Holding protests is the right of every citizen of Afghanistan and the government puts all efforts to provide security for the protesters, but terrorists entered the protests, and carried out explosions that martyred and wounded a number of citizens including members of security forces,” the statement said.
Afghan Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah condemned the “terrorist attack.”
Gruesome photos circulating on social media showed horrific scenes with scores of people wounded in the square where the protesters had gathered.
Taliban militants denied involvement in the attack. “We want to make it clear,” Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid said in an e-mail to media outlets. “Our mujahedin had no hand in the attack.”
The local IS affiliate in Afghanistan is mainly made up of former Taliban fighters disillusioned by the group’s failure to overthrow the government despite a 15-year insurgency.
Video courtesy of: TOLOnews
The Hazara protesters were demanding that the 500-kilovolt transmission line from Turkmenistan to Kabul be rerouted through the central province of Bamiyan, which has a large Hazara population.
The government says this plan would cost millions and delay the project by years.
Demonstrators gathered near Kabul University, several kilometers from the main government area, waving Afghan flags and chanting slogans like “Justice! Justice!” and “Death to discrimination!”
The original plan was for the power line to run through the Bamiyan Province, where most of the country’s Hazara live.
The government says the new route, through the Salang Pass north of Kabul, would save millions of dollars in costs and expedite the project.
The Hazara are a Dari-speaking, Shi’ite community that has long been persecuted in Afghanistan.
They are considered the poorest of the ethnic groups and often complain of discrimination.
Only between 30 and 40 percent of Afghans are connected to the electric grid.
by, Conrad Hackett | Pew Research Center | h/t Blazing CatFur
Recent killings in Paris as well as the arrival of hundreds of thousands of mostly Muslim refugees in Europe have drawn renewed attention to the continent’s Muslim population. In many European countries, including France, Belgium, Germany, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, concerns about growing Muslim communities have led to calls for restrictions on immigration. But just how large is Europe’s Muslim population, and how fast is it growing?
Using the Pew Research Center’s most recent population estimates, here are five facts about the size and makeup of the Muslim population in Europe:
1. Germany and France have the largestMuslim populations among European Union member countries. As of 2010, there were 4.8 million Muslims in Germany (5.8% of the country’s population) and 4.7 million Muslims in France (7.5%). In Europe overall, however, Russia’s population of 14 million Muslims (10%) is the largest on the continent.
2. The Muslim share of Europe’s total population has been increasing steadily. In recent decades, the Muslim share of the population throughout Europe grew about 1 percentage point a decade, from 4% in 1990 to 6% in 2010. This pattern is expected to continue through 2030, when Muslims are projected to make up 8% of Europe’s population.
3. Muslims are younger than other Europeans. In 2010, the median age of Muslims throughout Europe was 32, eight years younger than the median for all Europeans (40). By contrast, the median age of religiously unaffiliated people in Europe, including atheists, agnostics and those with no religion in particular, was 37. The median age of European Christians was 42.
4. Views of Muslims vary widely across European countries. A Pew Research Center survey conducted this spring in 10 nations found that in eastern and southern Europe, negative views prevailed. However, the majority of respondents in the UK, Germany, France, Sweden and the Netherlands gave Muslims a favorable rating. Views about Muslims are tied to ideology. While 47% of Germans on the political right give Muslims an unfavorable rating, just 17% on the left do so. The gap between left and right is also roughly 30 percentage points in Italy and Greece.
5. As of 2010, the European Union was home to about 13 million Muslim immigrants. The foreign-born Muslim population in Germany is primarily made up of Turkish immigrants, but also includes many born in Kosovo, Iraq, Bosnia-Herzegovina and Morocco. The roughly 3 million foreign-born Muslims in France are largely from France’s former colonies of Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia.
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled | h/t Eric Melin @ Aftonbladet
A 17-Year-old Swedish girl was kidnapped in her neighborhood in Kalmar County on Tuesday by three Muslim refugees. She was dragged from her family’s property into the woods behind the nearby HVB Asylum Center, where she was then severely molested and gang-raped by the three Muslim assailants.
Police have secured the scene of the gang-rape, although no arrests have been made in the case, reports Cecilia Brick, an investigator with Kalmar County.
‘..We are currently using a scent dog handler to track the perpetrators..’ Investigator Brick states, ‘..although, we cannot comment any further at this time, preferring to operate in secrecy..’
Obama and Cameron Sanctioned Child-Beheading: Funded by EVERY American and UK Taxpaying Citizen.
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by, Sam Webb | The Mirror – UK
Syrian rebels beheaded an 11-year-old boy in the latest sickening killing to be captured on camera, it has been reported.
The men, part of a militia which has received support from Arab and western nations including the UK, appear to taunt the bound and terrified child, who they claim is a captured pro-government Palestinian fighter.
They then appear to grab his hair and cut his throat with a knife.
The BBC reports incident took place in Handarat, north of Aleppo, where there has been heavy fighting.
The area is the location of the Palestinian refugee camp of Ein El Tal.
A total of 7,000 people lived there before armed groups forced them to flee in 2013.
The boy was identified on social media identified as ‘Abdullah Issa’.
The men in the first video say he is a member of the Liwa al-Quds (the Jerusalem Brigade), a Palestinian pro-government militia.
WARNING: GRAPHIC! This Video Contains “ACTUAL” Footage of Islam Being Practiced, in Accordance with:
Quran (8:12) – “I will cast terror into the hearts of those who disbelieve. Therefore, strike off their heads and strike off every fingertip of them”
Enab Baladi, a pro-opposition news website, said the boy was captured in Handarat by the Nour al-Din al-Zinki Movement, which governs parts of Aleppo city and al-Qassemiya village in the western part of Aleppo governorate.
The leader Toufic Shehab al-Dine asserted the group’s independence from the National Coalition for Syrian Revolutionary and Opposition Forces, the main force fighting Assad, and its military wing, the Free Syrian Army.
Amnesty International published a report saying Nour al-Din al-Zinki Movement fighters have abducted and tortured civilians.
The group is reported to have had financial and military support from the US, UK, France, Turkey, Qatar and other Gulf Arab states in the past.
Geert Wilders: Our Modern Day Patrick Henry
The Prosecution and Persecution of an Innocent Man
by, J. Schuyler Montague | sharia unveiled | Vlad Tepes | Video courtesy of: Vlad Tepes
Dutch Parliamentarian Geert Wilders, leader of the Dutch Party for Freedom was brought to trial earlier this year on criminal charges for ‘Thought Crimes’ and ‘Speech Crimes.’
And what did he say that warranted such charges?
He stated; He and his political party would prefer that fewer Moroccans come to the Netherlands.
And just wait until you hear a small sample of what has been said about him, which he outlines in this video.
Also, for HIS safety.. his trial had to be held in an underground bunker in the town of Schiphol.
Brace yourselves, because you are about to hear the greatest ‘Opening Statement’ ever given in a court of law…
I truly believe that one day in the future, people will reflect back into history, finally realizing just how correct Geert Wilders was…
I only hope it’s not too late by then..to do something about it.
G I V E M E L I B E R T Y o r G I V E M E D E A T H
French Resort in Cannes. Photo courtesy of: Blazing CatFur
They were stabbed for wearing shorts and T-shirts…
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by, Richard Hartley-Parkinson | The Metro – UK | h/t Blazing CatFur
A woman and her three daughters have been stabbed in a French resort for being ‘scantily dressed’.
An eight-year-old girl was left fighting for her life after the attack in the Garde-Colombe in the Hautes-Alpes region of Southern France.
The man is believed to have attacked the three girls outside the family’s apartment before entering the building and attacking the mother.
Jean-Marc Duprat, a deputy mayor for the town of Laragne-Monteglin in the Hautes-Alpes region said the suspect, who is not related to them, was upset they were wearing shorts and T-shirts.
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He’s believed to have met the family earlier in the week and was staying next door.
The girls are believed to be aged eight, 12 and 14 while their mother is 46. The knifeman is alleged to have fled the scene by car before being arrested.
Amaury Navarranne from the regional council said: ‘The religious motive of the attack is in no doubt.
Meanwhile prosecutors said details were still ‘very vague’ and investigations were continuing.
The mayor of the town Edmond Francou said: ‘I was called around 9.45am to the holiday village next to the town hall because there had been a fight between two tenants in neighbouring apartments.
‘There was a crowd. That’s when I found a lady with three daughters who had stab injuries. They were lying on chairs.’
French media says that the man is of Moroccan descent and is 37 years old. It is also reported that he is known by police for previous crimes.
Mr Francou, said the girl had suffered a perforated lung and is being treated at Grenoble
Police said they had a 37-year-old man in custody.
The Daily Mail has more on this story HERE.