|A hidden world in which Asian men “groom” young white girls for sex has been exposed with the jailing yesterday of two men for child-abuse offences.|
Zulfqar Hussain, 46, and Qaiser Naveed, 32, from east Lancashire, were each jailed for five years and eight months after exploiting two girls aged under 16 by plying them with alcohol and drugs before having sex with them.
Both men pleaded guilty at Preston Crown Court to abduction, sexual activity with a child and the supply of a controlled drug.
Despite being told explicitly by police and social services that both girls were under-age and should be returned to care, the men picked up one girl from a children’s home in Blackburn and then drove on to collect her friend who was living in temporary foster care in North Wales.
It seems to be a huge epidemic.
|Although campaigners claim that hundreds of young girls are already being passed around men within the Asian community for sex, she said that attempts to raise the problem with community leaders had met with little success, with most of them being in a state of denial about it.|
After the case, the mother of one of the girls, who cannot be named for legal reasons, welcomed the jail terms. “This will hopefully act as a warning to others,” the woman said. She had had to leave the court as details of the men’s sexual relations with the teenagers were read out. After the trial, Ms Cryer said that young Asian men were caught between two cultures having been brought up in a Western society in families while retaining the cultural values of the Asian sub-continent.
She said: “The family and cultural norms of their community means they are expected to marry a first cousin or other relative back in a village in Mirapur or wherever the family comes from. Therefore, until that marriage is arranged they look out for sex.
Here comes the Multi-Cult.
|Parents claim that criminal networks are able to prey on young girls because the authorities are reluctant to tackle the issue for fear of upsetting race relations in areas of the North West with large ethnic minority communities.|
However, Ms Cryer added: “I think there is a problem with the view Asian men generally have about white women. Their view about white women is generally fairly low. They do not seem to understand that there are white girls as moral and as good as Asian girls.”
So authorities look the other way while young white girls are being sexual exploited? I am sure none of the racist groups over there is going to take this case and use it for purposes that will make matters even worse. The cultural attitudes described are the same as shown in the infamous Sydney gang rape trials where various authority figures tried to downplay the cultural attitudes of the rapists towards Non-Lebanese females. The same is happening here. Some more stories related to this case.
An ugly pattern of abuse emerges .
Mother tells how daughter, 14, was groomed.
Update: The commentators are angry with the PC term "Asian" being used because it groups everyone from the continent in the same light.
|These men arie Pakistanis possibly British Pakistanis. They are not Indian , Chinese, Japanses, Korean, Filipino or Indonesian. Be specific. If they were French, Belgian, German, Russian you would not call them that not Europeans. Please treat Asians the same way.|
oldasiahand, Guildford, UK
Please clarify this as it tends to be a problem in the Islamic community, not in the Hindu community. Please don't classify us all as just 'Asian', because I can assure you there are significant differences between us.
Dr S Patel, London,
Why is it being dubbed an "Asian male" issue? As I can see it, it is muslim men who have trouble respecting white girls. Asians are also Hindus and Sikhs.
Ravi, Bangalore, India
Why is the word 'Asian' being used in this report? 'Asia' is a huge continent, and Chinese, Filipinos, Japanese, Indians, Sri Lankans, Koreans et al are part of it.
As is quite clear, the perpetrators of the crimes mentioned in the article are of Pakistani origin. Why do you want to subject the rest of the 'Asians' such torment, just because The Times wishes to be a bastion of political correctness, by not referring to men of Pakistani origin as Pakistanis, rather than 'Asian'?
Prasant, New York,