2014 MAY 16: “PC Language Rules” Updated National Union of Journalists, London (NUJ) race reporting guidelines and EFJ manifesto

16 May 2014
National Union of Journalists: 72 Acton Street, London, WC1X 9NB

In advance of the 2014 elections, the NUJ has re-issued its race reporting guidelines.

The newly updated guidelines are available below and as a downloadable pdf.

The guidelines give clear advice on ethical issues relating to the reporting of race and immigration and the NUJ calls on all its members to adhere to the guidelines and to the NUJ code of conduct.

If members have any queries on ethical matters in advance of the elections, contact the NUJ ethics hotline on 0845 450 0864 or email: ethics@nuj.org.uk.

The European Federation of Journalists (EFJ) has launched the Journalists’ Manifesto for the 2014 European Elections with the aims to push the issues concerning journalists and their unions on Europe’s agenda. The EFJ is calling on voters to ask their local candidates to support the EFJ campaign.

For more information visit the EFJ website.

NUJ race reporting guidelines

Published May 2014

The union has ratified these guidelines for all its members to follow when dealing with race relations.

The NUJ Black members’ council campaigns for race equality in the union, the workplace and in the media.

The NUJ believes that:

• Racist attitudes and the growth of far-right parties pose a threat to democracy, the rights of trade union organisations, a free media and racial equality.

• Its members have a responsibility to stop racism being expressed in the media.

• That media freedom must be underpinned by ethical reporting.

• Publications and media organisations should not originate material which encourages discrimination on the grounds of race or colour, as expressed in the NUJ’s rule book and code of conduct

• Members should have the right to withhold their labour on grounds of conscience where employers are providing a platform for racist propaganda.

• Editors must ensure that coverage of stories relating to race are placed in a balanced social and ethical context.

General guidelines:

• Only include a person’s race if relevant. Check that you have it right. Would you mention race if the person was white?

• Avoid words that, although common in the past, are now considered offensive, e.g. half-caste and coloured. Ask people how they define themselves. Check if a person identifies as mixed-race or Black. Black may also cover people of Africa, Asian, Middle Eastern, Pacific, Caribbean and Aboriginal origin.

• Do not assume a cultural background from a person’s name – check with them or their community.

• Strive for diversity and balance in reporting, especially on social issues. Investigate the treatment of and cover the experiences of Black people, Travellers and Gypsies.

• Remember that Black communities are culturally diverse. Get a full and correct view from representative organisations.

• Exercise care, balance and proportionality when covering race relations issues.

• Do not allow letters or online comments to be published or allow phone-ins to continue that contain racist hate speech.

• Adhere to the NUJ’s code of conduct at all times. The union can help with ethical issues via the NUJ ethics council, ethics helpline and email support.

Reporting racist organisations:

• You do not have to report on racist organisations.

• As with any interviewees, check the claims made by representatives of such organisations and seek opposing comments.

• Seek to broadcast or publish information exposing the myths of racist organisations. If a racist party has been elected to local government or the European Parliament, rules around party election broadcasts do not necessarily mean you have to cover them. See the Ofcom regulations (points 11 and 13) for more detail.

• If you feel uncomfortable about covering racist parties, get advice from your union. Make sure you research the background of racist organisations and their members. For example, see SearchlightUAFreporting the far right and Hope not Hate.

Guidelines on Gypsies and Travellers:

• Do not sensationalise stories involving Gypsies and Travellers, particularly around their relations with settled communities and over issues around housing and education.

• Only use the words Gypsy or Traveller if relevant to a story and accurate.

• Gypsy and Traveller communities are culturally diverse. Ensure your terminology is accurate. Check with a person how they want to be defined. If this is not possible consult community leaders or organisations.

• Seek the views of the Gypsies and Travellers themselves, as well as those of others, consulting their representative organisations where possible.

Guidelines on reporting immigration and asylum:

• Use the term “immigrant” with caution, it is still wrongly used to describe people born in Britain. Asylum seeker, refugee or EU migrant worker? Get the terminology right. Asylum seeker is a person who has left their home country as a political refugee and is seeking asylum in another country. A refugee is someone who was an asylum seeker but who has now been granted refugee status.An EU migrant worker is someone who has moved to the UK to work. Their stay in the UK may be temporary or longer term.

• When quoting politicians or public figures, verify if their statements on immigration are factual. Ask experts who can help set the context and ensure you check details with a reputable source. Many allegations are made about asylum seekers, ensure you substantiate them, if they are unable to be verified, make this clear.

• Don’t use terms such as “bogus”, “illegal” or “failed” asylum seeker. If necessary, use “refused” asylum seeker instead. A fairer term to use for someone who has outstayed their visa is “undocumented” or “irregular”.

• Don’t use emotive, value-laden language, such as “floods” of immigrants. Stick to facts.

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“Free Tommy Robinson” rallies were held across the UK. Dutch lawmaker Geert Wilders spoke to a massive crowd of thousands in front of the British Prime Minister’s office.

The Daily Express reports that at least five police officers were injured by protestors in central London.

It is abundantly clear now, after his arrest and the media blackout surrounding the Muslim rape gang trial, that the authorities are merely protecting themselves.

Meanwhile, the mainstream media attempts to spin the populist uprising as a creation of the far-right.

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London UK. Pt. 2 Trafalgar Square: Massive Crowds demonstration calling for Tommy Robinson

Thanks to: REDPILL PHIL: We arrived from the tube station and the wall of chants let us know we was here..

London UK. The days of Londonistan are truly numbered:

Phil is informed at 13:40 in an “disinformation is being reported”  That the event had been cancelled, via main media sources !!!!!

London UK. Pt. 1 Trafalgar Square: Absolutely Massive Crowds attend demonstration calling for the freedom of Tommy Robinson (09 June 2018)

Thanks to: REDPILL PHIL: We arrived from the tube station and the wall of chants let us know we was here..

London UK. The days of Londonistan are truly numbered

MASSIVE CROWDS at Tommy Robinson “DEMONSTRATION” 09 June 2018 UK Deafening  Silence From Main Stream Media “Why”?

UK IS NO LONGER A FREE 1ST WORLD NATION
IT IS A DICTATORSHIP MASQUERADING AS DEMOCRACY

DEAFENING  SILENCE FROM MAIN STREAM MEDIA

Why 01 (Word)

UK’S 2018 “1984” 

 

Times News Paper Andrew Norfolk Chronicled list: Grooming Gangs Jailed vs National Cover-Up

CHRONICLED LIST of aleged UK Police Complicity:

Times News Paper Andrew Norfolk Chronicled list police complicity and covering up gang rape and Muslims

YY MM DD City First Name Surname Age Islamic Ratio
2018 03 Oxford Alladitta Yousaf 48 Y 282/324
2018 03 Oxford Raheem Ahmed 40 Y 281/323
2018 03 Oxford Moinul Islam 41 Y 280/322
2018 03 Oxford Kamran Khan 36 Y 279/321
2018 03 Oxford Khalid Hussain 38 Y 278/320
2018 03 Oxford Kameer Iqbal 39 Y 277/319
2018 03 Oxford Assad Hussain 37 Y 276/318
2018 02 Burton Sohail Ali 19 Y 275/317
2018 02 Burton Shaheem Ratyal 19 Y 274/316
2018 02 Burton Mohammed Rizwan 18 Y 273/315
2018 02 Burton Taiyab Hussain 19 Y 272/314
2018 01 22 Court is told that Darren Osborne attempted to kill Muslims after watching BBC drama about the police cover-up of a grooming gang in Rochdale. His partner said “said she had never considered him to be a racist and had not heard him making derogatory comments about Muslims, before watching the Three Girls drama”.  In the 1st edition of Easy Meat (2014) we predicted this would be the result of this cover-up which can be proven to have gone on for over 40 years (and continues to this day).
2017 11 16 High Wycombe Mohammed Kayani 64 Y 271/313
2017 11 16 High Wycombe Tariq Hussain 46 Y 270/312
2017 11 03 Newcastle Saman Obaid 29 Y 269/311
2017 11 03 Newcastle Palla Pour 25 268/310
2017 11 03 Newcastle Ribas Asad 29 Y 268/309
2017 11 03 Newcastle Soran Azizi 28 Y 267/308
2017 08 09 Newcastle Nashir Uddin 35 Y 266/307
2017 08 09 Newcastle Saiful Islam 35 Y 265/306
2017 08 09 Newcastle Yasser Hussain 28 Y 264/305
2017 08 09 Newcastle Mohammed Azram 35 Y 263/304
2017 08 09 Newcastle Jahangir Zaman 44 Y 262/303
2017 08 09 Newcastle Mohammed Ali 34 Y 261/302
2017 08 09 Newcastle Badrul Hussain 37 Y 260/301
2017 08 09 Newcastle Abdul Sabe 40 Y 259/300
2017 08 09 Newcastle Mohibur Rahman 44 Y 258/299
2017 08 09 Newcastle Habibur Rahim 34 Y 257/298
2017 08 09 Newcastle Carol Ann Gallon 22 256/297
2017 08 09 Newcastle Abdulhamid  Minoyee 34 Y 256/296
2017 08 09 Newcastle Taherul  Alam 32 ? 255/295
2017 08 09 Newcastle Monjur  Choudhury 33 255/294
2017 08 09 Newcastle Nadeem Aslam 43 Y 255/293
2017 08 09 Newcastle Prabhat Nelli 33 254/292
2017 08 09 Newcastle Eisa Mousavi 42 Y 254/291
2017 08 09 Newcastle Redwan Siddique 32 Y 253/290
2017 07 BBCshows Betrayed Girls documentary – finally admits most of the gangs are Muslims.  Journalist Andrew Norfolk rightly confesses his shame in not having reported on grooming gangs between 2004 and 2011.  One has to ask: would he ever have written on this subject if it was not for the EDL marching across England from 2009 onwards?  By showing this documentary about the national scale of this scandal just 3 months after a multi-night drama that focused on three girls in Rochdale, the BBC ensured that the documentary got only a tiny fraction of the viewers that the drama got.  Thus most people in Britain were once again left with the impression that the problem only exists in Rotherham and Rochdale.
2017 06 05 Aylesbury Mohammad Aslam ? Y 252/289
2017 06 05 Aylesbury Berkley John ? 251/288
2017 06 05 Aylesbury Saeed Ahmed ? Y 251/287
Below is the outcome of the trial which led to Tommy Robinson being given a conviction for “contempt of court” in Canterbury. The men below had raped a girl who went into their pizza shop.  She was lost and asked for directions.  Instead they took her into a back room and gang-raped her all night long, raping her in every orifice.  These men were not remanded when they were charged.  They were left to run their business and possibly rape other girls in the months while they awaited trial.
2017 05 26 Ramsgate Shershah Muslimyar 20 Y 250/286
2017 05 26 Ramsgate Rafiullah Hamidy 24 Y 249/285
2017 05 26 Ramsgate Hamid Mohamadi 18 Y 248/284
2017 05 26 Ramsgate Tamin Rahmani 37 Y 247/283
2017 05 BBC shows “Three Girls drama about Rochdale trial of 2012, the case where Police/CPS (state prosecutor) refused to prosecute the gangs in 2008
2017 05 16 Liverpool Ilvarasan Rajenthiram 26 246/282
2017 05 16 Liverpool Vinothan Rajenthiram 27 246/281
2017 03 22 Sheffield Matthew Whiteley 24 246/280
2017 03 22 Sheffield Shane Whiteley 30 246/279
2017 03 22 Sheffield Christopher Whiteley ? 246/278
2017 03 22 Sheffield Taleb Bapir 38 Y 246/277
2017 03 22 Sheffield Amanda Spencer 26 245/276
2017 02 18 Rochdale Joshim  Miah 32 Y 245/275
2017 02 18 Rochdale Ittefaq Yousaf 26 Y 244/274
2017 02 18 Rochdale Mohammed Sadeer 28 Y 243/273
2017 02 18 Rochdale Mohammed Miah 41 Y 242/272
2017 02 18 Rochdale Ashafaq Yousaf 31 Y 241/271
2017 01 25 Rotherham Basharat Dad 32 Y 240/270
2017 01 25 Rotherham Nasar Dad 36 Y 239/269
2017 01 25 Rotherham Tayab Dad 34 Y 238/268
2017 01 25 Rotherham Mohammed Sadiq 40 Y 237/267
2017 01 25 Rotherham Matloob Hussain 42 Y 236/266
2017 01 12 Colchester Mehdi Zare 32 Y 235/265
2017 01 12 Colchester Mohammad Rostami 37 Y 234/264
2017 12 21 Coventry Marcus Woolcock 22 233/263
2017 12 21 Coventry Waqaar Khan 24 Y 233/262
2017 12 21 Coventry Keenan Kelly 18 232/261
2017 12 21 Coventry Zahid Chaudhary 20 Y 232/260
2017 12 21 Coventry Kadeem Bourne 23 Y 231/259
2016 12 Prof. Jaytakes over leadership of IIICSA – indicates her Inquiry won’t focus on the fact that most grooming gangs are Muslims, focusing instead on how institutions responded to ‘child sexual exploitation by organised networks’. The IIICSA is expected to take at least 7 years and to cost £100 million. A problem that is proven to have been public knowledge in 1975 will not receive any explanation until 2023. A 13yo victim from 1975 will be 61yo by the time the British state even expects to make a formal statement on what was done to her.
2016 11 03 Yeovil Ahmet Kurtyemez 29 Y 230/258
2016 11 03 Yeovil Mehmet Citak 34 Y 229/257
2016 11 01 Bristol Sakariya Sheikh 23 Y 228/256
2016 11 01 Bristol Mohammed Dahir 24 Y 227/255
2016 11 01 Bristol Abdirashid Abdulahi 23 Y 226/254
2016 10 Judge Goddard resigns from IIICSA, ‘said high rates of child abuse in the UK were “because it has so many Asian men”’ (Guardian). She is the 3rd woman to resign from this leadership of this Inquiry.
2016 10 17 Rotherham Mohammed Whied 32 Y 225/253
2016 10 17 Rotherham Naeem Rafiq 33 Y 224/252
2016 10 17 Rotherham Masoued Malik 32 Y 223/251
2016 10 17 Rotherham Ishtiaq Khaliq 33 Y 222/250
2016 10 17 Rotherham Sageer Hussain 30 Y 221/249
2016 10 17 Rotherham Asif Ali 30 Y 220/248
2016 10 17 Rotherham Waleed Ali 34 Y 219/247
2016 09 28 Dewsbury Ibrahim Kola 36 Y 218/246
2016 09 28 Dewsbury Imran Haji 36 Y 217/245
2016 09 28 Dewsbury Ismail Haji 39 Y 216/244
2016 09 28 Dewsbury Mohammed Chothia 37 Y 215/243
2016 09 20 Rochdale Gul Zaman 44 Y 214/242
2016 09 20 Rochdale Irshad Wani 39 Y 213/241
2016 09 20 Rochdale Shohaib Shabbir 29 Y 212/240
2016 09 20 Rochdale Mohammed Ishaque 57 Y 211/239
2016 09 19 Manchester Daniel Thomas 23 210/238
2016 09 19 Manchester Mohammed Mustafa 19 Y 210/237
2016 09 19 Manchester Lukas Koky 23 209/236
2016 09 08 Bradford Ismail Ali 26 Y 209/235
2016 09 08 Bradford Naheem Uddin 26 Y 208/234
2016 07 07 Oxford Naim Khan 37 Y 207/233
2016 07 07 Oxford Assad Hussain 35 Y 206/232
2016 07 07 Oxford Akhtar Dogar 35 Y 205/231
2016 07 07 Oxford Anjum Dogar 33 Y 204/230
2016 07 08 Oxford Azad Miah 37 Y 203/229
2016 07 08 Oxford Salik Miah 34 Y 202/228
2016 06 Halifax Khalid Zaman 38 Y 201/227
2016 06 Halifax Azeem Subhani 25 Y 200/226
2016 06 Halifax Talib Saddiq 31 Y 199/225
2016 06 Halifax Mohammed Ramzan 35 Y 198/224
2016 06 Halifax Sikander Malik 31 Y 197/223
2016 06 Halifax Fasil Mahmood 37 Y 196/222
2016 06 Halifax Tahir Mahmood 43 Y 195/221
2016 06 Halifax Sikander Ishaq 31 Y 194/220
2016 06 Halifax Aftab Hussain 37 Y 193/219
2016 06 Halifax Amaar Ditta 27 Y 192/218
2016 06 Halifax Taukeer Butt 31 Y 191/217
2016 06 Halifax Haider Ali 41 Y 190/216
2016 06 Halifax Hedar Ali 36 Y 189/215
2016 06 Halifax Mansoor Akhtar 25 Y 188/214
2016 06 Halifax Mohammed Ahmed 43 Y 187/213
2016 06 Halifax Haaris Ahmed 32 Y 186/212
2016 05 Littlehampton Max N’Gasa 25 185/211
2016 05 Littlehampton Osmon Koroma 31 185/210
2016 03 Easy Meat (updated edition) published by NER Press. The book continues to be ignored by the mass media, with not one review by the end of 2017, three years since the book was first published.
2016 02 Rotherham Karen MacGregor 58 185/209
2016 02 Rotherham Bannaras Hussain 36 Y 185/208
2016 02 Rotherham Basharat Hussain 39 Y 184/207
2016 02 Rotherham Arshid Hussain 40 Y 183/206
2016 02 Rotherham Shelley Davies 40 182/205
2016 02 Rotherham Qurban Ali 53 Y 182/204
2016 02 Rochdale Mohammed Zahid 45 Y 181/203
2016 02 Rochdale Mahfuz Rahman 29 Y 180/202
2016 02 Rochdale Kutab Miah 35 Y 179/201
2016 02 Rochdale David Law 46 178/200
2016 02 Rochdale Abid Khan 39 Y 178/199
2016 02 Rochdale Choudhry Hussain 38 Y 177/198
2016 02 Rochdale Mohammed Dauood 38 Y 176/197
2016 02 Rochdale Rehan Ali 27 Y 175/196
2016 02 Rochdale Afraz Ahmed 33 Y 174/195
2016 02 Manchester Mowled Yussuf 20 Y 173/194
2016 02 Manchester Muhyadeen Osman 20 Y 172/193
2016 02 Manchester Bilal Ahmed 20 Y 171/192
2015 12 Keighley Bilal Ziarab 21 Y 170/191
2015 12 Keighley Sufyan Ziarab 22 Y 169/190
2015 12 Keighley Saqib Younis 29 Y 168/189
2015 12 Keighley Hussain Sardar 19 Y 167/188
2015 12 Keighley Nazir Khan 23 Y 166/187
2015 12 Keighley Faisal Khan 27 Y 165/186
2015 12 Keighley Yasser Kabir 25 Y 164/185
2015 12 Keighley Tauqeer Hussain 23 Y 163/184
2015 12 Keighley Zain Ali 20 Y 162/183
2015 12 Keighley Israr Ali 19 Y 161/182
2015 12 Keighley Mohammed Akram 63 Y 160/181
2015 07 Aylesbury Vikram Singh 46 159/180
2015 07 Aylesbury Taimoor Khan 28 Y 159/179
2015 07 Aylesbury Akbari Khan 36 Y 158/178
2015 07 Aylesbury Arshad Jani 33 Y 157/177
2015 07 Aylesbury Mohammed Imran 38 Y 156/176
2015 07 Aylesbury Asif Hussain 33 Y 155/175
2015 06 Oldham Dilon Rasul 23 Y 154/174
2015 06 Oldham Hasan Ali 20 Y 153/173
2015 06 Oldham Bilal Ahmed 27 Y 152/172
2015 06 Leeds Amir Zaman 25 Y 151/171
2015 06 Leeds Abid Younis 35 Y 150/170
2015 06 Leeds Farahk Younis 24 Y 149/169
2015 06 Leeds Arshid Younis 32 Y 148/168
2015 06 Leeds Nasir Sultan 24 Y 147/167
2015 06 Leeds Junaid Rashid 22 Y 146/166
2015 06 Leeds Tariq Islam 31 Y 145/165
2015 06 Leeds Zafar Iqbal 41 Y 144/164
2015 06 Leeds Shazabe Hussain 20 Y 143/163
2015 03 Following reports about what was allowed to happen in Rotherham, Rochdale, Oxford, etc. PM David Cameron criticises police, social workers, etc. “Young girls… being abused over and over again on an industrial scale, being raped, being passed from one bunch of perpetrators to another bunch of perpetrators. And all the while this has happened with too many organisations and too many people walking on by.” Three years after saying that social workers and police officers would face criminal charges, nothing has happened.
2015 03 Banbury Said Saleh 20 Y 142/162
2015 03 Banbury Mohammed Saleh 21 Y 141/161
2015 03 Banbury Kagiso Manasae 26 140/160
2015 03 Banbury Takudzwa Hova 21 140/159
2015 03 Banbury Ahmed Hassan-Sule 21 Y 140/158
2015 03 Banbury Zsolt Szalontai 18 139/157
2015 02 Slough Esmatullah Haidaree 46 Y 139/156
2015 02 Slough Azim Ahmed 23 Y 138/155
2015 02 Rotherham– Casey report says “industrial scale” grooming (1400 victims) in that town is mostly done by Pakistanis
2014 11 Bristol Said Zakaria 22 Y 137/154
2014 11 Bristol Sakariah Sheik 21 Y 136/153
2014 11 Bristol Omar Jumale 20 Y 135/152
2014 11 Bristol Mohamed Jumale 24 Y 134/151
2014 11 Bristol Mohamed Dahir 22 Y 133/150
2014 11 Bristol Abdirashid Abdulahi 21 Y 132/149
2014 11 Bristol Jusuf Abdirizak 20 Y 131/148
2014 10 Sheffield Mohammed Shapal 22 Y 130/147
2014 10 Sheffield Shakeal Rehman 26 Y 129/146
2014 10 Sheffield Bekir Rasheed 37 Y 128/145
2014 10 Sheffield Yaseen Amini 37 Y 127/144
2014 10 Sheffield Usman Ali 21 Y 126/143
2014 10 Chesham Lee Wakelin 32 125/142
2014 10 Chesham Arslan Khan 21 Y 125/141
2014 08 Newcastle Hafeez Cole Oye-Dada 44 Y 124/140
2014 08 Newcastle Moses Ologbenla 31 123/139
2014 07 Former Judge Baroness Butler-Sloss appointed to lead IIICSA (Independent Inquiry Into Child Sexual Abuse)
2014 07 Bristol Idleh Osman 22 Y 123/138
2014 07 Bristol Arafat Osman 20 Y 122/137
2014 07 Bristol Mustapha Farah 21 Y 121/136
2014 07 Bristol Mustafa Deria 22 Y 120/135
2014 07 Bristol Abdulahi Aden 20 Y 119/134
2014 07 Bristol Liban Abdi 22 Y 118/133
2014 06 Burton Anees Hanif 19 Y 117/132
2014 06 Burton Umber Farrouq 21 Y 116/131
2014 06 Burton Junaid Ali 20 Y 115/130
2014 06 Burton Matab Ali 21 Y 114/129
2014 06 Burton Nasir Ahmed 41 Y 113/128
2014 05 Peterborough Daaim Ashraf 19 Y 112/127
2014 05 Peterborough Yasir Ali 28 Y 111/126
2014 05 Blackburn Zhaid Mohmmed 44 Y 110/125
2014 05 Blackburn Imran Khan 36 Y 109/124
2014 04 Chesham Omar Sharif 25 Y 108/123
2014 04 Chesham Haroon Rauf 30 Y 107/122
2014 04 Chesham Ghulfaraz Nawaz 27 Y 106/121
2014 04 Chesham Nazakat Mahmood 28 Y 105/120
2014 03 Easy Meat first published – the only chronology of the national grooming gang cover-up. The book shows that the authorities and media were aware of the grooming gangs since at least 1975.  This book is the only attempt to look at the morality and history of sex-slavery by Muslims, offering this as the only explanation why this modern sex-slavery is happening in countries like England and Holland, with their rising Muslim populations.
2014 01 Peterborough Zdeno Mirga 18 104/119
2014 01 Peterborough Jan Kandrac 17 104/118
2014 01 Peterborough Renato Balog 18 104/117
2014 01 Peterborough Hassan Abdulla 33 Y 104/116
2014 01 Peterborough anon ? 14 103/115
2014 01 Leeds Harris Uddin 30 Y 103/114
2014 01 Leeds Shah Miah 28 Y 102/113
2014 01 Leeds Mohammed Hussain 28 Y 101/112
2013 12 Middlesbrough Shakil Munir 32 Y 100/111
2013 12 Middlesbrough Ateeq Latif 17 Y 99/110
2013 12 Middlesbrough Sakib Ahmed 19 Y 98/109
2013 11 After 3 years of investigations, two back-to-back criminal trials of the leader of EDL ended.Trial (1)for tax evasion failed to find him guilty. This failure was immediately followed by Trial (2),for “mortgage fraud” (the same fraud done by 1 million people in Britain), resulting in Tommy Robinson going to prison.  SOCA, who were behind My Dangerous Loverboy (2008), had spent more effort pursuing Tommy Robinson than pursuing the grooming gangs.
2013 11 Rochdale Roheez Khan 27 Y 97/108
2013 11 Rochdale Freddie Kendakumana 27 96/107
2013 11 Rochdale Abdul Huk 37 Y 96/106
2013 11 Rochdale Chola Chansa 33 95/105
2013 11 Rochdale Mohammed Abubaker 32 Y 95/104
2013 10 London Muhammad Shabbir 25 Y 94/103
2013 10 London Mohammad Shabbir 34 Y 93/102
2013 08 Leicester Wajid Usman 21 Y 92/101
2013 08 Leicester Bharat Modhwadia 25 91/100
2013 08 Leicester Chandresh Mistry 37 91/99
2013 08 Leicester Rakib Iacub 20 Y 91/98
2013 08 Leicester Aabidali Ali 39 Y 90/97
2013 08 Leicester Hamza Ali 28 Y 89/96
2013 07 Manchester Shamin Uddin 26 Y 88/95
2013 07 Manchester Giash Uddin 27 Y 87/94
2013 07 Manchester Robert Jackson 23 86/93
2013 07 Barking Hassan Raza 24 Y 86/92
2013 07 Barking Nabeel Ahmed 24 Y 85/91
2013 07 Barking Naeem Ahmed 25 Y 84/90
2013 05 Oxford Bassam Karrar 34 Y 83/89
2013 05 Oxford Mohammed Karrar 38 Y 82/88
2013 05 Oxford Kamar Jamil 27 Y 81/87
2013 05 Oxford Assad Hussain 32 Y 80/86
2013 05 Oxford Anjum Dogar 31 Y 79/85
2013 05 Oxford Akhtar Dogar 32 Y 78/84
2013 05 Oxford Zeeshan Ahmed 28 Y 77/83
2013 03 Keighley Shazad Rehman 30 Y 76/82
2013 03 Keighley Bilal Hussain 23 Y 75/81
2013 03 Birmingham Adeeb Sultan 27 Y 74/80
2013 03 Birmingham Raja Khan 23 Y 73/79
2013 02 Ipswich Surin Uddin 31 Y 72/78
2013 02 Ipswich Mohammed Sheikh 31 Y 71/77
2013 02 Ipswich Hamza Ali 38 Y 70/76
2012 05 Rochdale Mohammed Sajid 35 Y 69/75
2012 05 Rochdale Hamid Safi 22 Y 68/74
2012 05 Rochdale Abdul Rauf 43 Y 67/73
2012 05 Rochdale Abdul Qayyum 43 Y 66/72
2012 05 Rochdale Adil Khan 42 Y 65/71
2012 05 Rochdale Kabeer Hassan 25 Y 64/70
2012 05 Rochdale Abdul Aziz 41 Y 63/69
2012 05 Rochdale Mohammed Amin 45 Y 62/68
2012 05 Rochdale Shabir Ahmed 59 Y 61/67
2012 05 Bradford Munwar Khan 42 Y 60/66
2012 05 Bradford Shabir Ahmed 39 Y 59/65
2012 03 Telford Adil Saleem 20 Y 58/64
2012 03 Telford Shamrez Rashid 20 Y 57/63
2012 03 Telford Jahbar Rafiq 28 Y 56/62
2012 03 Telford Amar Hussain 21 Y 55/61
2012 03 Telford Amer Choudhrey 20 Y 54/60
2011 08 Accrington Amjad Hussain 38 Y 53/59
2011 08 Accrington Shahid Hussain 34 Y 52/58
2011 08 Accrington Tanveer Butt 39 Y 51/57
2011 01 Andrew Norfolk shows 50 out of 56 convicts (in 13 years from 1997 to 2010) are Muslims. He is showered in awards for journalism. In the subsequent 7 years over 300 men (mostly Muslims) would be convicted for these crimes.
2010 11 Rotherham Razwan Razaq 30 Y 50/56
2010 11 Rotherham Umar Razaq 24 Y 49/55
2010 11 Rotherham Zafran Ramzan 21 Y 48/54
2010 11 Rotherham Mohsin Khan 21 Y 47/53
2010 11 Rotherham Adil Hussain 20 Y 46/52
2010 11 Derby Ziafat Yasin 31 Y 45/51
2010 11 Derby Abid Siddique 27 Y 44/50
2010 11 Derby Mohamed Rehman 26 Y 43/49
2010 11 Derby Faisal Mehmood 24 Y 42/48
2010 11 Derby Mohammed Liaqat 28 Y 41/47
2010 11 Derby Naweed Liaqat 33 Y 40/46
2010 11 Derby Akshay Kumar 38 39/45
2010 11 Derby Graham Blackham 26 39/44
2010 11 Derby Farooq Ahmed 28 Y 39/43
2010 09 Preston Mohammed Moosa 24 Y 38/42
2010 09 Preston Faisal Ghani 25 Y 37/41
2010 08 Rochdale Najibullah Safi 32 Y 36/40
2010 08 Rochdale Mohammed Safi 31 Y 35/39
2010 08 Rochdale Ahmed Noorzai 29 Y 34/38
2010 08 Rochdale Mohammed Khan 26 Y 33/37
2010 08 Rochdale Aftab Khan 31 Y 32/36
2010 08 Rochdale Abid Khaliq 30 Y 31/35
2010 08 Rochdale Asad Hassan 28 Y 30/34
2010 08 Rochdale Mohammed Basharat 28 Y 29/33
2010 08 Rochdale Mohammed Atif 29 Y 28/32
2010 08 Andrew Norfolk (of The Times) reports on EDL protest in Bradford
2010 06 Nelson Azeem Shah 23 Y 27/31
2010 06 Nelson Tabassum Shah 24 Y 26/30
2010 02 Rochdale Imtiaz Syed 20 Y 25/29
2010 02 Rochdale Mohammed Raja 20 Y 24/28
2010 02 Rochdale Tayub Hussain 19 Y 23/27
2010 02 Rochdale Mustafa Arshad 17 Y 22/26
2010 02 Rochdale Ajmal Afridi 19 Y 21/25
2009/10 Muslim Council of Britain and Unite Against Fascism (organisations who consistently opposed the English Defence League) publish electoral pamphlet, claiming that the Muslim grooming gangs were “a racist myth”
2009/08 BBC Newsnight, 1st TV interview with white & black leaders of EDL. Journalists and politicians have never attempted to correct the imputation that EDL are “racist”, which has continued to this day.
2009 07 Skipton Mohammed Zackriya 21 Y 20/24
2009 07 Skipton Mohammed Taj 37 Y 19/23
2009 07 Skipton Mohammed Shabir 36 Y 18/22
2009 07 Skipton Shafaq Hussain 21 Y 17/21
2009 04 Blackburn Imran Pervez 27 Y 16/20
2009 04 Blackburn Zaheer Khan 24 Y 15/19
2009/03 English Defence League starts national protests against grooming gangs, FGM, terrorism, sharia law, etc.
2008 Serious Organized Crime Agency finishes production of the video My Dangerous Loverboyto warn schoolgirls how the grooming gangs operate. This video was never shown in school, no plans existed for what should be done with it. Questions need to be asked as to which organisations/individuals prevented thousands of schoolgirls from being warned of the criminal organisations waiting to seduce, drug, rape and prostitute them.
2008 11 Manchester Mohammed Ditta 39 Y 14/18
2008 11 Manchester Mirza Baig 35 Y 13/17
2008 11 Blackburn Andrew Wells 49 12/16
2008 11 Blackburn Ian Hindle 32 12/15
2008 08 Oldham Shofiqul Islam 21 Y 12/14
2008 08 Oldham Shamim Ahmed 21 Y 11/13
2007 11 Sheffield Ayad Mahmood 35 Y 10/12
2007 11 Sheffield Aziz Hamed 24 Y 9/11
2007 08 Blackburn Qaiser Naveed 32 Y 8/10
2007 08 Blackburn Zulfqar Hussain 46 Y 7/9
2007 06 Oldham Mohammed Suleman 39 Y 6/8
2007 06 Oldham Shahzad Masood 33 Y 5/7
2006 04 Blackpool Puppy Parmar 31 4/6
2006 04 Blackpool Sandeep Chauhan 28 4/5
2006 02 After nearly a decade in trying, UK Labour government passes a law making it a crime to criticise Islam and Muslims, sending the message to police, social workers, journalists, academics: “do not talk about the grooming gangs being Muslim”
2005 02 Keighley Munwar Khan 30 Y 4/4
2005 02 Keighley Shabir Ahmed 32 Y 3/3
2004 Andrew Norfolk of The Times reports on Channel 4 TV documentary on Bradford
2004 BBC describes this 2004 Channel 4 documentary (directed by Anna Hall) as “racist”
Anna Hall said she had been told by Barnardo’s staff as early as 1996 that the grooming gangs were Asian
West Yorkshire Police and the local government in that area both claim there is no evidence that the grooming gangs exist. By 2017 mothers of victims are STILL waiting for a public inquiry, one that the council and the police refuse to support.
1997 11 Leeds Abid Sadique 21 Y 2/2
1997 11 Leeds Mohammed Rashid 21 Y 1/1
1995 Bradford– Children’s charity Barnardo’s received £670,000 (approx $1,000,000) funding from UK government for project dealing with “child prostitutes” in this one town.
1991 Bradford – Social Workers admit knowing of Muslim grooming gangs
1988 Wolverhampton – Sikh men resort to armed violence to stop Muslim gangs entrapping Sikh girls as “sex slaves”
1975 Rotherham – Local Newspaper Recorded A Court Case of underage girls who were being plied with alcohol and then being raped by multiple Pakistani and Arab men.  UK government, police, social workers, journalists, children’s charities were only to admit that they’d come to be aware of such behaviour in 2011.

ORIGINAL SOURCE: pmclauth.com