Kirklees detectives charge 31 people over historic child sex abuse in Huddersfield

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From the Yorkshire Evening Post.

Detectives in Kirklees have charged 31 people with numerous offences including rape and trafficking with intent to engage in sexual exploitation.

The offences are said to have been committed in the Huddersfield area (between 2005 and 2012) against five women when they were children. . . aged between 12 and 18 years old.

 Twelve of the men, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have been charged with numerous offences.

The remaining defendants are: Banaras Hussain, 37, of Shipley, is charged with one count of rape of a female over 16. Banaris Hussain, 35, of Huddersfield, is charged with one count of rape of a girl aged 13 – 15. Mohammed Suhail Arif, 30, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape of girl aged 13-15. Iftikar Ali, 37, of Huddersfield, is charged with attempted rape of girl aged 13-15 and three counts of rape of a girl aged 13-15. Mohammed Sajjad, 31, of Huddersfield, is charged with four counts of rape of a female age 13-15, one rape of a girl under 13 and facilitating the commission of a child sex offence.

Fehreen Rafiq, 38, of Huddersfield, she is charged with two counts of facilitating the commission of a child sex offence. Umar Zaman, 30, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape of a female aged 13-15. Basharat Hussain, 31, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape of a female aged 13-15.

Amin Ali Choli, 36, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape of a female over 16-years-old. Shaqeel Hussain, 35, of Dewsbury, is charged with rape of a female aged 13-15 and two counts of trafficking. Mubasher Hussain, 35, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape of a female aged 13-15 and sexual assault. Abdul Majid, 34, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape of female aged 13-15. Mohammed Dogar, 35, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of facilitating the commission of child sex offence. Usman Ali, 32, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of rape of a female aged 13-15. Mohammed Waqas Anwar, 29, of Huddersfield, is charged with five counts of rape of a female aged 13-15. Gul Riaz, 42, of Huddersfield, is charged with rape of a female aged 13-15. Mohammed Akram, 41, of Huddersfield, is charged with two counts of trafficking with a view to sexual exploitation of a female and rape of a female aged 14-15. Manzoor Akhtar, 29, of Huddersfield, is charged with trafficking and three counts of rape of a female aged 13-15. Samuel Fikru, 30, of Camden, has been charged with two counts of rape of female aged 13-15.

The 30 men and one woman will appear at Kirklees Magistrates Court on September 5 and 6.

2 Responses

  1. The warped religious madman’s Creed //
    Imbibed by vicious vampires of greed //
    Calls to suck the life from all it touches //
    So, we must resist its Iron Maiden clutches.

  2. And so another sorry chapter emerges in the ongoing sordid saga of Muslim rape gangs in Britain. The names of the accused appear to be Muslim, and so far I believe that those found guilty in similar cases have been overwhelmingly Muslim, so it’s not a stretch to call these Muslim rape gangs. Since a few of the names appear to be Turkish, it wouldn’t be correct to call them Pakistani gangs. Although the offences are alleged to have taken place between 2005 and 2012 it’s doubtful that the investigation has been ongoing since then. The publicity brought to bear by means of several successful prosecutions from other areas no doubt prompted regional police forces to dig a bit deeper into the goings on in their own bailiwick. But I’d give most of the credit to Tommy Robinson’s unflinching exposure of these rape gangs. The officials no doubt were caught between a rock and a hard place: either they could investigate, and risk being seen as “Islamophobic,” or continue the cover-up and risk the rising wrath of the awakening British public. When the dam bursts, as it surely must when the extent of these “grooming” networks is fully exposed, the police would want to appear as having been reasonably competent—albeit years and years too late.

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