Why did only one Muslim cleric have the guts to say it? Why was everyone else scared to? Why are they STILL scared to?
And why – even after all the sickening stories of those Oxford schoolgirls having babies aborted with hooks, being repeatedly gang-raped, beaten, branded and burned with cigarettes – are people STILL shying away from saying exactly what kind of crimes these are?
Because what happened to these girls can’t just be chucked in the box marked “general sex crimes”.
These gang atrocities in Oxford – just like the ones in Rochdale, Derby and Telford – were the very worst kind of racially motivated hate crimes committed by Muslim men who’ve been taught to believe that white women are worthless trash and deserve to be punished for their “decadent” Western lifestyle, i.e. wearing make-up and short skirts.
And while most Muslim clerics have stayed silent on this, while our wider society refuses to acknowledge what these crimes are REALLY about, only Dr Taj Hargey, imam of the Oxford Islamic congregation, had the courage to stick his head above the parapet and say what happened to these girls WAS racially motivated and illustrates the deep- seated hatred some Muslim men have for white women.
“Some people are saying the predators’ religion was an irrelevance. But that’s deluded nonsense,” he says.
So why aren’t the police saying that? Why aren’t Oxford social services? Because only when the ugly truth is acknowledged – that in supposedly integrated Britain, some Muslim men (NOT necessarily Asian men) are targeting young white girls to abuse and degrade – can the problem be tackled.
This gang didn’t rape Muslim women, because they knew they’d be ostracised by their community and hunted down by the girls’ families.
But having seen how our gutless authorities operate on issues involving race, they knew they could defile white girls however and wherever they chose.
Time and again these terrified teenagers begged Thames Valley police for help but were turned away. As were their tormented parents.
Even staff at children’s homes where some of these girls were living knew exactly what was happening.
And they didn’t just ignore the abuse, they facilitated it… with one staff member actually buying kinky underwear for a girl she KNEW was being sold for sex.
And it’s no good these organisations now bleating they didn’t do enough. We KNOW that. What we want to know is why the bosses of those organisations still have jobs?
Thames Valley Chief constable Sara Thornton (£160,000 a year) has refused to resign, saying: “My focus is now on moving forward.”
Who cares about HER moving forward? What about those abused girls who can never move forward and who, no matter how much therapy they have, will forever be lost souls unable to trust or forge a loving relationship?