Police Chaplain Was Suspended for Exposing Muslim UK Child Abuse

The first rule of Muslim grooming gangs is that no one is allowed to mention them. Not even when they abuse 1,000 girls. 

A pair of whistleblowers who raised fears over the Telford child sex abuse scandal which affected up to 1,000 girls were both punished and silenced, it emerged today. 

The brutal sex gang targeted the innocent girls over a 40-year period in what may be Britain's 'worst ever' child abuse scandal.

Girls in the town of Telford in Shropshire were drugged, beaten and raped at the hands of the violent groom gang which was active since the 1980s. 

According to the Mirror, police chaplain Keith Osmund-Smith was suspended after he passed papers to the newspaper and a report commissioned by the council revealed social workers knew of the sex crimes before the turn of the millennium.   

Meanwhile, a woman who was hired by sex abuse charity Axis Counselling, based in Shrewsbury, was forced to leave her role after she tried to speak up. 

This is what the Immigration Firsters were covering up.

Lucy Lowe, 16, died alongside her mother and sister after the man who had been abusing her, 26-year-old Azhar Ali Mehmood, set fire to their house.

The taxi-driver first targeted Lucy in 1997. She gave birth to his child when she was just 14.

Mehmood was jailed for murdering Lucy, her mother Eileen and her sister Sarah, 17.

However, he was never arrested or charged with any sex abuse crimes over his involvement with the young girl.

Another victim, who was drugged and gang raped by nine men two years later, said that Lucy's death was used as a warning to other girls who might speak out.

The schoolgirl, who remains anonymous, said she was driven to try to kill herself.

She told the Sunday Mirror: 'I was scared my family would die like Lucy's. I thought they'd only be safe if I killed myself.'

In 2002 another schoolgirl was killed in an unexplained car accident in Telford.

Becky Watson, 13, was killed after a car she was in crashed. At the time the incident was reported as a 'prank'.

However, it was revealed she had suffered two years of sex abuse at the hands of a grooming gang, which began when she was 11.

In tragic diary entries she told of how she was forced to 'sleep around'.

Her mother, Torron Watson, went to the police on a number of occasion and even handed them a list of suspects. But nothing was done. 

Of course not. Because Muslim sex grooming gangs, like Islamic terror, is just one of those benefits of immigration that you're expected to get used to. Along with the rising crime, drug dealing and Sharia police. 

Mubarek Ali, 34, sold teenage girls, some as young as 13, for sex above an Indian restaurant in Telford, Shropshire, after grooming them.

His brother Ahdel Ali, 27, was handed a 26-year sentence after the pair sexually abused, trafficked, prostituted or tried to prostitute four teenagers. 

Mubarek was scheduled for release last year.