Brothers Gulfraz Banaris, 20, and 25-year-old Ifaraz Banaris, from Deedmore Road, Wood End, and Izthkhab Banaris, 24, from Eld Road, Coventry, are charged with conspiracy to traffic girls across the city for the purposes of sexual exploitation.
Gulfraz Banaris and Izthkhab Banaris are also both accused of rape.
Brothers Isa Iqbal, 21, and 20-year-old Ismail Iqbal – both of no fixed address and cousins of the Banaris brothers – face trafficking charges and have also been remanded in custody to reappear in court in November.
Ricardo Hinkson, 23, of Telfer Road, Radford, Coventry, was remanded to appear in court this morning charged with conspiracy to traffic within the UK for the purposes of sexual exploitation.
Amir Mahmood, 27, a signwriter from Blackwell Road, Foleshill, and milkman Tasveer Hussain, 30, from Canal Road, Foleshill, Coventry, will join Hinkson at Coventry Magistrates Court charged with the same offence.
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Several years ago, radical Palestinian clerics began authorizing female suicide bombers, specifically encouraging them to dress as religious Jewish women, whose code of dress was described as modest enough to allow female terrorists to infiltrate Israel without violating Islamic practices regarding women’s clothing according to Brietbart.com.
A woman, 57, and two teenage girls were allegedly attacked in separate incidents in Dee Why earlier this week.
An Egyptian national, aged 59, was arrested on Wednesday afternoon.
The move comes after Mr Darr’s recruitment firm was closed down in June when he was found to be working as a company director illegally.
Following an investigation by the Insolvency Service, he was banned from holding company directorships after he was caught pocketing over £500,000 owed in tax in 2008.
His firm Interecruit (UK) went into liquidation after Mr Darr, 36, ‘diverted’ money owed to the taxman in VAT, income tax and national insurance to another of his companies.
Ammunition of varying calibres and videos inciting Muslims to wage the holy war of Jihad were found after the raids. Photo: YouTube