In the heart of England, justice was served as a judge sentenced six Pakistani Muslim men to jail for the systematic kidnapping, exploitation, rape and torture of minors over a 16-year period.

The Rotherham sex gang, unfazed by non-Muslim law and without a shred of remorse, defiantly shouted “Allahu Akbar” in court as they were led away after receiving sentences between ten and 20 years in prison.

The convictions are only part of the ongoing investigations into the grooming, exploitation and hideous abuse of girls as young as 11-years of age, as well as some young boys, by Muslim men dating back to 1999.

The particularly vulnerable victims were in an intervention program for at-risk children.

Brothers Basharat Dad, 32, Nasar Dad, 36, Tayab Dad, 34, Matloob Hussain, 41, Mohammed Sadiq, 40, and Amjad Ali were found guilty of grooming the young victims with alcohol and drugs, and abused by each of the men, resulting in her becoming pregnant when she was only 12, but unable to identify the biological father of her child.

The unidentified victim prepared a statement that read, in part, “There’s evil and truly evil people in the world. I feel my child was the product of pure evil,” even as she expressed her fear that her own daughter might fall prey to the Muslim sex gang.

“Being raped so many times I hadn’t any idea who the biological father was. I was drawn into a world of fear, rape and horrific abuse. I lost my childhood at the hands of those men.”

After the men yelled the Arabic phrase for “Allah is Greater,” one of the victims shouted from the gallery, “Justice is served!”

The Rotherham scandal uncovered not only the organized ring of sexual abuse in the Yorkshire town, but the cover-up by local law enforcement who turned a blind eye to the crimes for fear of appearing “racist.”

The scope of the abuse ring was revealed only after three national investigations found more than 1,400 child victims who had been groomed, trafficked and raped in the town by the Pakistani men of two families and their friends.

England was stunned by the revelation that law enforcement failed to act and then-Home Secretary Theresa May – now Prime Minister – said “institutionalized political correctness” was at fault.

Evidence was presented that investigators who dared identify the suspects as “Pakistani,” “Muslim,” or even “Asian” were taken off the case, warned and required to take “sensitivity training courses.”

Unbelievably, similar Muslim sex abuse gangs have been found in many of the small towns in what was formerly the peaceful heart of England, including Derby, Banbury, Peterborough and Oxford among many others.

Source: Daily Mail

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