A schoolgirl victim of an Asian abuse gang was used for sex by 60 men after she was approached by a middle-aged father in a branch of Woolworths when she was just 12, a court heard today.
The girl and her friend were allegedly abused by 11 men from Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire after being groomed into believing the men were their boyfriends, and what they were being subjected to was normal.
The men are standing trial accused of ‘horrific sexual assault on a massive scale’ and between them deny a total of 49 charges including rape, conspiring to facilitate child prostitution and drugging one of the girls in order to have sex with her.
One of the men, who calls himself Abu Ibrahim and is a former health worker from Victoria, is understood to have fled to Turkey, and desperately wants to come home because he misses his wife and children
He also longs to return to dissuade other wannabe jihadis not to join the cause because the reality of war-torn Syria is not like the propaganda viewed on the internet.
His lawyer, Rob Stary, told The Australian that authorities were refusing his client’s return despite conceding he had made the wrong decision by moving to Syria.
‘If the Australian government is going to embrace de-radicalisation, it has to embrace it at all levels,” Mr Stary said.
(No. They don’t. Most Western governments embrace rehabilitation in prisons. It doesn’t mean they have to let them all go and see if it worked)
3. The Innocent Prophet. Not the same movie that was the subject of today’s important US decision but, Ox AO tells us, quite interesting nonetheless.
(This is mostly behind a paywall. But rest assured, this is a direct consequence of Chavez’s partnerships with various islamic terror groups, both Shiia and Sunni and with state and non state actors, most notably Iran)
A Jewish youth was violently attacked in Paris on Friday afternoon just days following a similar attack on a Jewish woman and two weeks after 40 men assaulted two Jewish youths in the city, the French-Jewish JSS News reported.
The incident took place at 6 p.m. on Paris’ Rue Manin in the 19th Arrondissement near the Buttes Chaumont park.
The victim, a 16-year-old wearing a yarmulke who was heading home for Shabbat, was approached by three men described as “North African” who robbed and assaulted him, stole his shoes, and smashed his cellphone on the ground. The attackers were aged between 17 and 20 years old, according to the report.
The group then began to beat him. Two of the assailants held the victim back while a third repeatedly struck him in the body and head. One of the young man’s eyes was severely injured.
6. This story explains a lot about the UK and its lack of concern about islamic subversion, mass rape gangs with hundreds of thousands of victims, conversion of public schools into anti-British and anti non-muslim madrases etc. Read this and know what police concerns actually are.
(It would appear Shiite militias have already started a pushback against the Islamic State in Ramadi. Video at site)
Thousands of Shi’ite militiamen on Monday prepared to fight Islamic State insurgents who seized the Iraqi provincial capital Ramadi at the weekend in the biggest defeat for government forces in nearly a year.
A column of 3,000 Shi’ite militia fighters assembled at a military base near Ramadi, preparing to take on Islamic State militants advancing in armored vehicles from the captured city northwest of Baghdad, witnesses and a military officer said.
The decision by Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who is a Shi’ite, to send in the militias to try to retake the predominantly Sunni city could add to sectarian hostility in one of the most violent parts of Iraq.
(This will be a story worth following)
The Nigerian military says it destroyed 10 Boko Haram forest camps over the weekend, but the Islamic extremists killed a man and abducted several women as they attacked a recently recaptured town, according to witnesses.
Soldiers killed many militants and captured heavy weaponry in Saturday’s offensive in northeastern Sambisa Forest, said spokesman Maj. Gen. Chris Olukolade of the Ministry of Defense. One soldier was killed by a land mine when troops overran 10 Boko Haram camps, Olukolade said.
This comes after a surge in attacks by the Islamic extremists including suicide bombings, assaults on a business school and villages and a repelled night-time raid by hundreds of fighters on the biggest military base in northeast Nigeria.
Thank you Buck, Carpe Diem, Oz AO., M., Blazing Cat Fur, Wrath of Khan and all. Interesting times.