Ex-Labour Peer Lord Ahmed of Rotherham Guilty of Sodomising Young Boy, Trying to Rape Girl
Former Labour peer Lord Ahmed of Rotherham has been found guilty of a count of buggery against a boy under 11 and attempting to rape a young girl twice in the 1970s. Lord Ahmed's two older brothers Mohammed Farouq, 71, and Mohammed Tariq, 65, faced charges related to the same male victim. Prosecutor Tom Little QC went on to tell jurors that the sexual abuse committed by Lord Ahmed was "not a single incident," explaining: "It was not isolated and it was not innocent sexual experimentation by children. It was abuse, repeated abuse, plain and simple."
Note: In 2009, Lord Ahmed threatened "to bring a force of 10,000 Muslims to lay siege to the House of Lords" if it went ahead with an event at which the Dutch parliamentarian Geert Wilders would have introduced a screening of his controversial film Fitna. He also spent a mere 16 days in jail for killing a young man while driving his Jaguar and texting on his cellphone.
Tommy Robinson has spent
years fighting for the underage girls and boys who have been raped and tortured
in Rotherham and other towns by Pakistani gangs and been ignored by the
Government, social services and local authorities. Perhaps this high profile case of a London
Lord will finally shed some horror and truth on this story.