What help is there for victims of Islamic rape gangs?

Oct 19, 2018 by

by Tim Dieppe, Christian Concern:

Tim Dieppe, head of public policy at Christian Concern, discusses the government’s response to Baroness Cox’s question to the House of Lords about helping victims of sex-grooming, such as in the case of ‘Sarah’, who is currently being supported by the Christian Legal Centre. He argues that the government is in denial about the Islamic connection to sex-grooming gangs and says it has a long way to go before it really addresses the issue.

Earlier in September, we asked you to pray for ‘Sarah’ (not her real name), a victim of an Islamic sex-grooming gang who the Christian Legal Centre is currently supporting. Now, Baroness Cox has questioned the House of Lords about what the government is doing to protect victims of Islamic grooming gangs, giving specific reference to Sarah’s case which she described as just “the tip of the iceberg”. Baroness Cox’s question read:

“To ask HMG whether they are aware of the case of Sarah who was held captive by a grooming gang for 12 years as reported in the Daily Mail on 15 September, and if so, what assessment they have made of that case and its implications.”

Baroness Cox asked what policies the government had to support these victims and how many criminals had been prosecuted. She said that Sarah was just victim and that, no doubt, “countless girls” have suffered similar ordeals throughout the country.

Sarah’s story, reported in the Daily Mail in September, told of how she was kidnapped by a Muslim gang at the age of 15 and spent the next 12 years as a sex-slave. During this time, she was repeatedly raped and beaten, forced into three sharia marriages, and had eight involuntary abortions. She was also forced to learn the Qur’an and wear Islamic dress.

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See also:

Who will speak for the Huddersfield girls? By Brendan O’Neill, Spiked

Britain’s grooming gangs, by Denis MacEoin, Gatestone Institute

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