Muslim grooming gangs are going unreported because their wives are fear of deportation

Published on 14th January 2020 by Lucas

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Muslim grooming gangs are going unreported because wives are scared of their own husbands and fear deportation.

Please let’s have some truth here.

When you see articles about gromming gangs in England, newpapers use the word ‘Asian’ to decribe these animals.

These are not Chinese men that are abusing English kids, it’s Muslims, Pakistanis.

Thousands of young English girls have been abused by Muslim-Pakistani men and the Goverment, Police and the English people themselves have allowed it to happen.

The English should be ashamed of themselves.

You allow people in to your country to gain a better life and they rape your children.

They inject them poor girls with heroin and you do absolutely nothing.

Shame on you all.

 

Article by the sun

A sex abuse victim today claimed Asian (Muslim) grooming gangs get away with deprived crimes because their wives are “too scared to speak out”.

Bobby Singh, abused by a Pakistani family friend as a child, says the women “know full well what their husbands are doing” but are terrified of reporting it for fear of deportation.

The 40-year-old mum-of-three, who bravely waived her anonymity said “these woman live in fear of being sent back to Pakistan and so keep quiet”.

Her intervention comes as a damning report today found dozens of kids had been abused by Asian grooming gangs operating in “plain sight” after being failed by cops.

Some victims subject to “profound abuse” told carers and police officers about the sexual assaults but no action was taken, according to the report into child sexual exploitation in Manchester.

The report concluded: “This is a depressingly familiar picture and has been seen in many other towns and cities across the country.”

It also found that fears over appearing racist played a part in senior police thinking when dealing with grooming gangs.

Bobby revealed how she was shunned by her own family when she opened up about horrendous abuse she suffered from the age of four to 14.

Bobby, a Hindu, said she is still seen as the “black sheep” of the family after running away from home.

She fled after years of abuse by Sayeed Shah – the family friend who groomed her with Care Bears and sweets.

The mum said there is a “mentality” is “to keep quiet” – to avoid bringing shame on the family.

She thinks this culture is what allows grooming gangs throughout the UK to get away with their sick crimes.

Bobby believes more grooming gangs are at large across the country – because “intimidated” wives are too scared to report their husbands to cops.

She revealed: “They are scared of them, they have a life here – the majority of them are from Pakistan, they’ll say ‘we’ll send you back’”.

The carer, from Croydon, added: “But they know what their husbands are doing, they know what their brothers are doing, they know what their family members are doing.

“They are intimidated by their men.”

Bobby has urged them, and victims, to speak out to stop abuse from taking place and bring abusers to justice.

She added: “They should be thinking ‘do you know what, if they can do that to these little girls, they could do that to our daughter’.

But they won’t think like that, because they’ve brainwashed them.

“It [grooming] seems to be a problem there [within the Asian (Muslim) community].

“I really want to go round to areas like that, I’ve contacted a couple of Asian (Muslim) resources down there but they are just like, they seem very scared. I’d want to go there to talk.

“At the end of the day, they live here. These people who live here and have indefinite leave to remain, they have a duty of care.

“They have been accepted as members of this community and of this country, and is this how you repay them, by grooming the children of England?

“It’s their mentality, the Asian (Muslim) mentality – and that will never ever change – which is to keep quiet, which is if you know ‘whatever is heard or said in this house stays in this house, gets brushed under the carpet – you shut the door and forget about it’, that’s it.”

Due to this Bobby said it took her years to admit to her family the real reason why she ran away more than 30 years ago.

She had been groomed and abused by Sayeed Shah as a child, when he was in his 20s.

He became close with her family when they moved to Shirley, as one of few other Asian families in the area.

Shah showered the young Bobby with gifts and sweets – she had an entire glass case full of Care Bears from him – before he began to abuse her weekly.

She suspects some of his family thought his close relationship with her was strange, but her parents had no idea why he engineered to spend so much time with her until she confessed a few years ago.

After bravely deciding to speak out, her case against Shah went to the Old Bailey, where he was sentenced on August 13, 2018, to 12 years behind bars.

She said: “I get very angry because the people that say that ‘let’s leave it, let’s not say anything about it, whatever, my mum’s not got to live with it’ – I have.

“I have lived with it for so long, and I have to live with it.

“Because of this, I have got mental health issues because of what he did to me – I cannot be normal.

“I suffer from panic attacks, I am on long term medication, I can’t sleep at night.

“Our parents that tell us not to talk about it or address it they are not going to be here forever.

“People stopped talking to me, members of the family stopped talking to me because I shamed my mum and dad. Well my mum and dad let me down.

“I shamed them and I ran away from home, I made them the talk of society. I’ll always be the black sheep and it shouldn’t be that way.

“Now to other people who have suffered through this, I’d tell your parents, talk to them, you need to let them know.”