As reported on Friday night two Muslim brothers from Telford in Shropshire convicted of sex offences against young girls have been sent to prison for 18 and 14 years.
Karl Foulkes, our Shropshire Organiser tells us: Ahdel Ali, 24, and Mubarek Ali, 29, both of Regent Street, Wellington, were also convicted of controlling child prostitution and trafficking girls.
Ahdel Ali, who was given 18 years at Worcester Crown Court after being convicted of raping a girl of 13.
The jury were told the brothers had sexually abused, trafficked, prostituted or tried to prostitute four teenagers from Telford.
Ahdel Ali was found guilty of one charge of rape, eleven charges of sexual activity with a child, three charges of controlling child prostitution, one of inciting child prostitution, an allegation of inciting a child to engage in sexual activity and meeting a child after grooming. He was cleared on one charge of inciting child prostitution.
Mubarek Ali was convicted of four charges of controlling child prostitution, two of trafficking in the United Kingdom for sexual exploitation and a charge of causing child prostitution.
Readers should understand some things about this and similar cases.
Firstly, the Establishment are moving these trials around and setting sentencing dates at short notice to attempt to keep these crimes 'under the radar' and stop the BNP demonstrating outside court.
Secondly, it was Shropshire BNP who played a significant role in forcing the Establishment's hand.
We leafleted relentlessly in Telford and other Shropshire towns that prompted a significant comment to be made by West Mercia Police Chief Inspector Alan Edwards which the media finally picked up on.
Thirdly, the BNP have campaigned for almost a decade on this issue as it is a nationwide problem and has been for years.
Fourthly, Shropshire BNP knows that this issue hasn't gone away just because a handful of Muslims have been jailed. It is still a big problem on our streets.
How do we know this? Because we live in our community, we work in our community, we have friends in our community and we see and hear what goes on in our community.
The problems of our nation take place in our community, and we speak out for and on behalf of our community.