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UK: Islamic child-sex grooming up by 32% in a year and spread to every town and city

Child grooming offences up by 32% in a year amid warning abuse is happening in every town and city

  • 495 sexual grooming offences recorded by police in the year to June
  • Figure has risen by a third since on 376 offences uncovered in 2013
  • Lynne Featherstone warns abuse is not confined to any one area
  • Home Office minister says exploitation can ‘take on many different forms’
  • Council leaders hold summit on how to protect children from sex gangs
  • Child abuse inquiry members to give evidence to home affairs committee 


The number of child sex grooming cases uncovered by police has soared by a third in just a year, ministers have admitted amid warnings abuse is happening in every town in the country.

The Home Office has revealed that 495 sexual grooming offences were recorded by police in the year to June, up 32 per cent on the same time in 2013.

It comes as council leaders hold a summit today on how to protect youngsters from being exploited by gangs of sex offenders.

Home Office Lynne Featherstone revealed that 495 sexual grooming offences were recorded by police in the year to June, up 32 per cent on the same time in 2013

Police say they have been inundated with reports of child sexual exploitation, including historic cases and allegations of grooming and trafficking across the country.

It follows high profile historical cases involving celebrities such as Jimmy Savile and revelations about sex gangs in Rotherham and Rochdale.

Fleur Strong, director of Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace), told MailOnline last month that this type of abuse is ‘in every town’ and warned that people retreated to a ‘comfort zone’ of thinking grooming and abuse only happen ‘elsewhere’.

Challenged about the remarks, Home Office minister Lynne Featherstone insisted the risk of child abuse and grooming was not limited to certain areas.

‘We know that child sexual abuse and exploitation are not confined to any particular areas of the country,’ she said in response to a parliamentary question. ‘It can take on many different forms.’

Revealing the sharp rise in sexual grooming offences recorded by the police in England and Wales of 32 per cent, Ms Featherstone added: ‘This Government is absolutely determined that every case of child sexual abuse or exploitation is fully investigated and all perpetrators prosecuted, we will do nothing to jeopardise those aims.’

We know that child sexual abuse and exploitation are not confined to any particular areas of the country.
Lynne Featherstone, Home Office minister

Today the Local Government Association (LGA) is holding a high-level summit to examine what more can be done to tackle historic weaknesses in councils in dealing with child abuse.

David Simmonds, chairman of the LGA’s children and young people board, said: ‘Keeping children safe is the most important thing that councils do, but we know we cannot do it alone.

‘Protecting children does not fall only to councils, but to the police, health services, schools and local groups. Inspections must reflect this.’

But Labour MP John Mann criticised the event, , claiming victims were being excluded from the platform at the LGA ‘talking shop’ in Westminster.

He said: ‘There has been a shameful lack of support for the survivors of child abuse. I met with a constituent last week for example who was refused support by local mental health services.

‘It doesn’t appear that a single representative of survivors’ groups will actually be speaking at the meeting … in London and unless they are members of the LGA it will cost them over £345 to even attend.’

There has been a rise in reported cases of abuse following revelations about sex gangs in Rotherham and Rochdale (pictured)

Also today experts involved in the Government’s troubled child sexual abuse inquiry will appear before MPs.

The inquiry set up by Home Secretary Theresa May has stalled following the resignations of the two people appointed to chair it and uncertainty about how it will be granted extra powers.

Two members of the inquiry panel and the body’s expert adviser Professor Alexis Jay, who wrote the damning report on sexual exploitation in Rotherham, will appear before the home affairs select committee.

Fleur Strong, director of Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation (Pace), said child abuse and grooming is happening in every part of the country

Mrs May revealed in a letter last month that she was considering standing down the panel in favour of a royal commission or a new inquiry on statutory terms.

As well as Prof Jay, the MPs will hear from panel members Drusilla Sharpling and Professor Jenny Pearce as part of their investigation into the inquiry, which is without a chairman following the resignations of Baroness Butler-Sloss and Dame Fiona Woolf after each became entangled in allegations of conflict of interest.

There has been a rise in reported cases of abuse following revelations about sex gangs in Rotherham and Rochdale.

But campaign groups and the police warned parents and officials not to assume the problem was restricted to some areas.

Parents Against Child Sexual Exploitation has warned of an increase in people using so-called ‘legal highs’ to groom youngsters for sex and the crime was widespread across Britain.

A major problem for police and social services is that where teenagers have been groomed they are not even aware that they are being abused and often believe they are in a loving relationship.

Ms Strong said last month: ‘It’s a global crime so the concept of it only happening in a section of the country is wrong, it’s across the whole country. This type of abuse is in every town.’

She said one of the problems was that parents and other adults prefer to think that child sex abuse is not the sort of thing that happens where they live.

‘We are all in a much better comfort zone if we think this type of abuse happens elsewhere and its other people who are affected and it’s other people doing the crime, that there is another ring going on.

‘And it’s something that we need to try and change.’

She said she knew of serious cases involving families in Exeter, Norfolk, East Anglia, Cumbria, the Borders and Torquay.

She warned that it was wrong to think only children in major cities were at risk.

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  2. Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    CHILD GROOMING is a term I had never heard before so I looked it up! Child grooming comprises actions deliberately undertaken with the aim of befriending and establishing an emotional connection with a child, to lower the child’s inhibitions in order to sexually abuse the child. Child grooming may be used to lure minors into trafficking of children, illicit businesses such as child prostitution, or the production of child pornography. It is a behavior that is characteristic of pedophilia. Muslims are doing this in Britain and probably in the EU and America. Be aware of this if you have young girls!

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      And surely thou hast sublime morals
      (Surat Al-Qalam 68:4).

      According to an official Fatwa issued in Saudi Arabia, the prophet Muhammad began to practice thighing his child-bride, Aisha when she was 6 years old until she reached 9 years of age (Fatwa No. 31409). The hadith mentioned the prophet Muhammad started performing literal sex with Aisha ONLY when she reached the age of 9 (Sahih al-Bukhari, book 62, hadith No. 89).

      Muslim scholars collectively agree, a child becomes an adult, available for sexual intercourse as soon as she reaches the age of nine. Likewise, the Shari’a allows any of the faithful to marry a six-year-old child.

      According to the fatwa, the prophet Muhammad could not have sex with his fiancée, Aisha when she was six due to her small size & age. However, the fatwa said that at age six, he would put his penis between her thighs and massage it gently because he did not want to harm her.

      Imagine a man of 51 removing the clothes of a 6-year-old girl and slipping his erect penis between her thighs, rubbing her until he ejaculated and his semen ran down her thighs. To this day, this is considered a benevolent act on the part of the adult male “not wanting to harm her.” What harm could be inflicted upon a young girl mentally and emotionally if not a grown man showing her his penis and stripping her of her clothes and rubbing his male organ between her legs?

      Of course the twisted mind that does such an evil to a female child, would not hesitate to ejaculate on her body. And if this sexually perverted evil frame of mind committed such an act upon a child, the pedophile would not stop at ejaculating on her. His evil desire would go further and rape the child before she was a mature adult. This is exactly what Muhammad did to Aisha when she was yet a child of 9.
      Before she reached puberty, he began to have sex with her. Let us see what the fatwa said about the prophet of Islam and his child-bride, Aisha.

      “Praise be to Allah and peace be upon the one after whom there is no [further] prophet. After the permanent committee for the scientific research and fatwas (religious decrees) reviewed the question presented to the grand Mufti Abu Abdullah Muhammad Al-Shamari, with reference number 1809 issued on 3/8/1421(Islamic calendar).

      The inquirer asked the following:
      ‘It has become wide spread these days, and especially during weddings, the habit of mufakhathat of the children (mufakhathat literally translated means “placing between the thighs of children” which means placing the male erected penis between the thighs of a child). What is the opinion of scholars knowing full well that the prophet, the peace and prayers of Allah be upon him, also practiced the “thighing” of Aisha – the mother of believers ?’

      After the committee studied the issue, they gave the following reply: ‘It has not been the practice of the Muslims throughout the centuries to resort to this unlawful practice that has come to our countries from pornographic movies that the kofar (infidels) and enemies of Islam send. As for the Prophet, peace and prayers of Allah be upon him, thighing his fiancée Aisha. She was six years of age and he could not have intercourse with her due to her small age.

      That is why the prophet peace and prayers of Allah be upon him placed his penis between her thighs and massaged it lightly, as the apostle of Allah had control of his penis not like other believers'” (Fatwa No. 31409).

      Thighing of children is practiced in many Arab and Muslim countries, notably in Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Iran, and the Gulf countries. Also evil practices like altamatu’a bil almuka’aba (pleasure from sexual contact with her breasts), altamatu’a bil alsagirah (pleasure from sexual contact with a baby girl), altamatu’a bil alradi’ah, (pleasure from sexual contact with a suckling female infant), (Reported by Baharini Women’s Rights Activist, Ghada Jamshir)


      From the Hadith of Bukhari:

      Volume 1, Book 4, Number 229:

      Narrated ‘Aisha:

      I used to wash the traces of Janaba (semen) from the clothes of the Prophet and he used to go for prayers while traces of water were still on it (water spots were still visible).


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