From Paul Borg, Newham Contact. As nine Muslim paedophile groomers from Oxford appeared at the Old Bailey in London charged with various sexual offences involving young white girls, activists from the British National Party gathered outside.
On a bitterly cold, snowy day a group of twenty dedicated activists from various parts of London and some from as afar as Rochdale gathered in protest at the Muslim paedophiles appearing at the Old Bailey and, as usual, the activists never failed in putting their blunt message across.
Banners and placards reading ‘fight the grooming gangs’ were well received by the public as they passed and, as usual, taxi drivers showed their support for us by honking as they drove by.
Many of the people who stopped to speak to us were from the suburbs where there is not a huge immigrant population. They were very concerned and wanted to know more about it.
After explaining the situation to them they went on their way with more than one of the excellent pink anti-grooming leaflets.
Said London secretary Donna Treanor “it was a good turn out despite it being very cold. Again we made our point and let people know that only the British National Party takes paedophilia and the abuse of our children very seriously and that from us they have nowhere to hide.”
The nine have been bailed to appear again in March. They are Anum Dogar, 31, his brother Kantar, 32, Kumar Jamal, 28, Zee Shan Ahmed, 28, Mohammed Karat, 39, Mohammed Hussain, 25, Assad Hussain, 32, Balsam Karrar, 34 and Bilal Ahmed, 26.
All pleaded not guilty to 51 charges between them of sexually exploiting girls between the ages of 12 and 16 over a period of eight years