“I understood that the community in Rotherham were described as coming from possibly three villages in Kashmir, and that this identification was very important to them.” Not as important as she thinks. Much more important is the fact that the Qur’an sanctions the sexual slavery of Infidel women (see the passages on “the captives of the right hand”: 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50). But no one in Britain has the courage to confront that.
If Britain had any will to live as a free society at this point, every Labour politician (and member of any other party) who was involved in this would be barred from political office for life, and prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. But it is not clear that Britain has that will.
Rotherham councillors ‘tried to keep a lid’ on the town’s grooming scandal, the professor who revealed the full extent of the problem has said.
Alexis Jay said the Labour-dominated council turned a blind eye to child sexual exploitation issues, partly because it involved offenders from a community ‘expected to vote Labour’.
In an interview with the Guardian, Professor Jay said the ethnicity of perpetrators, almost all of whom were believed to be of Pakistani heritage, was a ‘very complex issue’.
She said: “I understood that the community in Rotherham were described as coming from possibly three villages in Kashmir, and that this identification was very important to them.
“Their traditions and relationships, these were not sophisticated, they were very traditional.