UK: “Bleating about ‘Muslim grooming gangs’ is being used to shut down important discussions about Islamophobia”

UK: “Bleating about ‘Muslim grooming gangs’ is being used to shut down important discussions about Islamophobia”, by Christine Douglass-Williams.

The title of Faima Bakar’s article in Metro UK is ‘The majority of sexual offenders are white men – there is no Muslim problem with sexual grooming.” Of course, rape is committed by white men and, in fact, by men of every race, but Bakar fails to note that gangs of white men are not systematically targeting young British girls (and sometimes Sikhs) because of their faith.

Bakar’s article provides cover and encouragement for Muslim rape gangs, who are acting out what they view as their right according to Islamic law, in accordance with their supremacist disdain for infidel women. …

The Muslim rape gang members referred to their victims as “filthy white girls,” “easy meat” and “white trash,” and blamed them for their own victimization as uncovered infidels.  As Robert Spencer has noted, “a survivor of a Muslim rape gang in the UK has previously said that her rapists would quote Quran to her, and believed their actions justified by Islam.

Thus it came as no surprise when Muslim migrants in France raped a girl and videoed the rape while praising Allah and invoking the Qur’an. And the victim of an Islamic State jihadi rapist recalled: ‘He told me that according to Islam he is allowed to rape an unbeliever. He said that by raping me, he is drawing closer to God…He said that raping me is his prayer to God.’” Even “the wives of convicted Muslim rape gang groomers have said that the young white girls targeted by their husbands are “filthy” and to blame for their own abuse. One of the wives of a jailed rapist said about the victims: “Filthy. How they dress. They have no shame, no fear of Allah.”

As jaw-dropping as Bakar’s statement is, it is the kind of message that mainstream Islamic special interest groups have conditioned naive Westerners to believe.

Not the victims

One of the victims wrote a book

hat-tip Stephen Neil