Oxford again: Shop owner who sexually abused schoolgirl said ‘it’s your fault for being so beautiful’


I was checking the Oxford Mail for the latest on the trial of four Muslim men accused of rape and abuse of very young girls, when I spotted this trial which concluded yesterday, which has similarities. From the Oxford Mail. 

A SHOP owner who sexually abused a schoolgirl over a period of months told her ‘it’s your fault for being so beautiful’. Paedophile Mohammad Hafeez ran the Eynsham News in Eynsham during the abuse of the child victim last year.

The 38-year-old of Radley Road, Abingdon, admitted four counts of sexual assault against his single victim, which took place on numerous occasions.

During police interview Hafeez accepted his behaviour was ‘unacceptable’ and that he had touched her but claimed it was not sexual. He went on to say that he was ‘in love’ with the girl.

Sentencing, Judge Maria Lamb said that Hafeez was ‘deluding himself’ that the acts were not sexual in nature and jailed him for 20 months.

The comments are particularly interesting. Many, I would say most, local readers have made a connection with the ongoing trial of the four men, previous trials in Oxford and elsewhere and this incident. Others deny that there is any racial basis (technically they are right; it is ideological and cultural;  followers of other religions of the Indian sub-continent do not behave like this but Muslims from Africa and the Middle east have been known to) Plenty of comments have been deleted which suggests that the informed commentators are angry enough that exchanges have become heated. 


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