Pakistani paedophile who abducted and sexually abused two young girls cannot be deported back to his native country because it would breach HIS human rights.
Zulfar Hussain, 48, was due to be sent home when he is released from prison halfway through his sentence for plying two vulnerable girls with drugs and alcohol before having sex with them. But there was fury today when it was revealed that he had won an appeal against his deportation on the grounds that he has a wife and child here, meaning it would breach his right to enjoy respect for his family life if he was sent back.
Justice Secretary Jack Straw – in whose constituency some of the abuse took place – today backed a new bid to kick Hussain out, while a campaigner for the deportation of foreign criminals branded the decision to let him stay ‘appalling’.
Hussain and his friend and fellow Pakistani national Qaiser Naveed, 34, groomed two 15-year-old girls for sex over a period of months in his adopted home town of Blackburn, Lancashire. The teenagers, who were in care, were plied with alcohol and Ecstasy pills, and on one occasion Naveed had sex with one on the back seat of his BMW while the second girl remained in the front with Hussain.
Hussain was convicted of child abduction, sexual activity with a child and supplying drugs. At his sentencing, Judge Andrew Gilbart QC said: ‘This is a truly shocking offence. When young girls such as these are placed in care it can be because they need protection.’ UK DAILY MAIL
They call it ‘child grooming.’ What they mean is ‘MUSLIMS PIMPING WHITE GIRLS.’
Police do nothing because they fear being called ‘racist.’ And the UK media are partly to blame. Blatant and shocking level of abuse has now become so great that one Muslim has expressed his shame and disgust at the politically correct excuses that pass themselves off as senior police officers in parts of Britain.
The UK government has turned a blind eye to these rapists and paedophiles who have been allowed to systematically prey on children.