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UK judge says no major city in England and Wales has escaped the blight of Muslim child rape gangs

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A UK judge has said that “no major city in England and Wales” has escaped the blight of organised Muslim child rape gangs.

Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC who heads the long running Bradford sex abuse trial made in reference in frustration to other cases of “grooming” stating “Rochdale, Leeds, Rotherham, you name it!”

The judge made his carefully worded comments after sentencing nine men to a collective total of more than 132 years for their roles in the “wicked and relentless” grooming, rape and sexual exploitation of two vulnerable girls from a Bradford care home.

The UK has been rocked by a never-ending stream of scandals involving predominantly Muslim men targeting non-Muslim English girls from working class backgrounds for sexual exploitation.

Most shockingly of all is the fact that authorities and the mainstream media were aware of this for years if not decades but refused to act, even when parents pleaded for help, for fear of being accused of racism by PC fanatics.

This allowed countless girls to be raped, prostituted, addicted to hard drugs and some even murdered while political correctness enforced a code silence.

Labour MP for Rotherham another town where Muslim child raping gangs were allowed to operate for years with impunity, Sarah Champion, has said that up to 1 million English girls are likely to have fallen victim to Muslim rape gangs as of 2016.

Other European countries such as Finland who have seen a large influx of Muslim migrants in recent years have also recently been rocked with revelations of organised gangs of Muslim men targeting children for sexual exploitation.

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