Huddersfield Rape Gang caged – another BNP victory

The last four members of a Muslim Rape Gang who raped, sold as slaves and tortured young white girls in Huddersfield have been sentenced.

Mohammed Akram, 36, Niaz Ahmed, 54, Mohammed Imran Ibrar, 34, and Asif Bashir, 33, were sentenced to jail terms of between 3 and 17 years each for historic abuse at Leeds Crown Court Thursday, reports the BBC.

In September, 31 Muslim men (including one who claimed he’d converted his race and become a Sikh) and one woman were charged with horrendous sex crimes, including the rape and trafficking of young white girls.

Another 12 men were charged with “numerous offences in connection with the same investigation”, according to the police.

Last month, (Friday 19 October) 20 of the Muslim Rape Gang were found guilty of more than 120 offences against 15 girls as young as 12-year-old over a 7 year period.

Huddersfield is a market town in West Yorkshire, where 1 in 10 inhabitants are Muslim, and is part of the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees; the council is led by Labour’s Shabir Pandor.

The Huddersfield Muslim Rape Gang is the latest to be captured and caged after the BNP –  following more than a decade-long tireless campaign – brought the attacks on our young children by organised gangs of Muslim men to the attention of the World.

Muslim Rape Gangs operate in across Britain in every town with a significant Muslim population.

Muslim Rape Gang attacks on young white children are an Act of War against their host population in the name of ‘sex jihad’.

The BNP has led the way in fighting Muslim Rape Gangs, and exposing the corrupt authorities and political police forces which have colluded in the horrific attacks on our children by way of covering up their horrendous crimes.

The BNP need your help to ensure that we can continue to Protect Children and apply enough pressure on the corrupt authorities to force them into taking action.

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