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The Pro-Nazi Muslims

The Pro-Nazi Muslims | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

During World War II, hundreds of thousands of foreign peoples joined with Hitler's legions to bring theirs people into special status in Hitler's New Order. Tens of thousands among them were Muslims, where the majority of them came from Soviet Union. Under the banner of the crescent and the swastika, these Soviet Muslims believe to become holy warriors to liberated theirs land. But the end of this unholy alliance was a disaster for them.

The Pro-Nazi Soviet Muslims

When the German Army invaded Soviet Russia on June 22, 1941 they saw many of their opponent inhabitants welcomed them as liberators. One of the group of Soviet citizens that felt had reason to rejoiced the coming of the Teutonic legion invaders were Soviet Muslims.

Many of Soviet Muslims hates domination of Russians upon them. They still remembered theirs golden age under the Muslim khans, emirs, and sultans before they fall into Russian Czardom between 17th and 19th centuries. Actually, when the Czardom liquidated during Bolshevik Revolution, the Muslim Soviet got a chances to liberated themselves from theirs Russian masters and formed some independent states with help from theirs Turkish brothers and her German allied. Even for a while they thought to build a Greater Turkey Sultanate like Pan-Turanian longing.

In Caucasus, an all-Islam army, composed of Azeris, Ajars, and other Caucasian Muslims, assist the Turkish army under Nuri Pasha, who was known for his Pan-Turanian ideas. They besieged many non-Muslims towns in Caucasus that refused surrender to them and starved it into submissions. Some of them implicated with the massacres of Armenians.

The same thing developed in Central Asia. In Kokand, a free government of Turkestan was proclaimed, while the emirs of Khiva and Bukhara asserted their independence. The Turkish-Tartar peoples in Crimea and Volga also arise against the Russians.

Unfortunately, after succeeded consolidated their power in Russia, the Bolshevist penetrated these areas. One by one centers of Muslim resistance to communism fell. The attempt to free these Muslim areas from Russian rule had failed, and the Soviet government succeeded in reestablishing its authority over the whole Caucasus and Turkestan. But the native peoples rejected this Russian-Communist authority. Some of them rise against the Moscow rule when the communist forced collectivized farms and atheistic attitudes upon them. One of the uprisings erupted in Chechnya, where the Cechens under an ex-communist named Hasan Israilov rise against the Soviet regime.

The unrest of these Muslim peoples didn't escape from Hitler intention. When many of Muslim Soviet POWs enthusiastic wished to join with the victorious Wehrmacht against theirs ruler, theirs aspirations get a green light from the German dictator. On December, 1941 a top secret memorandum ordered that the OKW was to create two Muslim units: the Turkestanisch Legion, consisted Muslim volunteers from Central Asia, like Turkomans, Uzbeks, Kazakhs, Kirghizs, Karakalpaks, and Tadjiks; and Kaukasisch-Mohammedan Legion from Caucasian Muslims volunteers, like Azeris, Daghestans, Chechens, Ingushes, and Lezghins. Beside a separated unit consisted Muslim Tartars, Wolgatatarische Legion, was formed in Poland on January 1942.


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Suspect Olympic terrorist is devout follower of Anjem Choudhary

Suspect Olympic terrorist is devout follower of Anjem Choudhary | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

The ginger headed tosser in is one of Anjem Choudhary's devout followers, this hasn't been mentioned in the media. Take time to watch Choudhary's videos on YouTube and you'll see this slimeball.


18-year-old as Jamal ud-Din is understood to be one of the arrested men. (They are all so devilishly handsome, ever notice that?)
Sources told The Daily Telegraph that the arrests were based on a tip-off after men were seen behaving suspiciously close to the venue in Waltham Abbey, Hertfordshire on Monday.
Hertfordshire police officers began combing the banks after three men were seen in a dinghy on the River Lea.
The two men, aged 18 and 32, were arrested at separate residential addresses in east London, by officers from the Metropolitan Police Counter-Terrorism Command, at 7am on Thursday.
They were detained under the Terrorism Act 2000 on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism and held at a central London police station. Officers were last night searching two addresses in East London.
A friend of the arrested men named the 18-year-old as Jamal ud-Din and said the older man was someone he knew only as “Zakariya.”
Mizanur Rahman, 29, said the arrests “might have had something to do with the fact that they recently went canoeing” on the River Lea, a branch of which runs through the Olympic site in east London.
“It’s just people trying to get into the Olympic spirit,” he told the Associated Press but added he believed the authorities would try “painting it as jihad training.”
Must be a new Olympic sport, jihadis bombing.

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Woman who lost legs in 7/7 bombing on train she caught after celebrating London Olympics win makes Paralympic team

Woman who lost legs in 7/7 bombing on train she caught after celebrating London Olympics win makes Paralympic team | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

A survivor of the July 7 suicide bombings said her dreams had come true after being picked to compete at the London 2012 Paralympics.
Martine Wright, 39, took up sitting volleyball after losing her legs in the 2005 terror attacks, and spends up to 25 hours training a week.

After finding out she had made the squad, she said: 'I have dreamt of being part of it and now I am going there to do my country proud.
'I would like to thank my family and friends for all their love and support they have given me in my quest to become a Paralympian. They are all amazing'.
Mrs Wright, from Tring in Hertfordshire, was one of the last people to be pulled from the wreckage of the tube train at Aldgate. She lost 75 per cent of her blood, spent 10 days in a coma, and lost both her legs.

She only narrowly survived because off-duty policewoman Elizabeth Kenworthy braved the wreckage and tied a tourniquet around her legs. Seven people died in her tube carriage, while 52 people were killed in total in the terrorist attack.
'I was one of the lucky ones,' she told Trans World Sport.

'I'm still here. I got new legs and I survived.'


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Armed Forces Day events in your area - Support Our Troops !

Armed Forces Day events in your area - Support Our Troops ! | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

On Armed Forces Day (and a week either side), as well as the national event, hundreds of smaller civic and community events will take place across the country. Check out the map or listings to find out about events planned in your area.


A total of 223 events have been submitted for Armed Forces Day 2012.

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Grandmother dies from kidney failure after Indian doctor misdiagnoses her condition as HOOKWORM common on sub-continent

Grandmother dies from kidney failure after Indian doctor misdiagnoses her condition as HOOKWORM common on sub-continent | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
Dr Neeraj Tekkar wrongly believed Eva Hudson was suffering from the infection common in the sub-continent when she was rushed to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital in Dorset.

Doctor reassured grandmother's family she had hookworm and sent her home.
Coroner says 'neglect' a contributory factor to her death.
Doctor still working at Royal Bournemouth Hospital but GMC says his position is 'under review'.

A grandmother died after an Indian doctor made a ‘catastrophic error’ by misdiagnosing kidney failure for a poverty-related infection common in the sub-continent.
Dr Neeraj Tekkar wrongly believed Eva Hudson was suffering from hookworm when she was rushed to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital in Dorset.
Hookworm is parasitic infection of the intestines that is prevalent in underdeveloped parts of the world like southern India but is rare in Britain.
Dr Tekkar had only moved to the UK in 2009 and started working at Bournemouth Hospital in 2011.
In fact Mrs Hudson, 77, was suffering from kidney disease which Dr Tekkar did not spot and the mother-of-three and grandmother-of-five died four days later.
At an inquest into her death, a coroner recorded a verdict that Mrs Hudson died of natural causes with 'neglect a contributory factor'.
Mr Sheriff Payne, the Bournemouth coroner, added that she may have been alive today had she received proper treatment.
He said: 'He came up with a novel diagnosis that she was suffering from hookworm - he reassured the family.

'He effectively ignored readings that showed renal impairment. He should have got further advice on that aspect and not let her leave the hospital.
'I think she may well have been saved or lived longer if there had been more attention carried out.'

Dr Tekkar is still working at Bournemouth Hospital but his position is currently under review by the General Medical Council.
Afterwards Mrs Hudson’s daughter Julie Sansome blasted the Dr Tekkar, who qualified as a doctor in India in 2003, as well as hospital bosses.
She said: 'Dr Tekkar made a catastrophic error of judgement in misdiagnosing my mum.
'However, we feel the blame must also fall on the shoulders of the Royal Bournemouth Hospital for allowing him to be left unsupervised in a situation where he was able to make life or death decisions.'

The Bournemouth inquest heard that Mrs Hudson, from Moordown, Bournemouth, first became unwell last October and lost two-and-a-half stones in weight.

She was taken to hospital by ambulance on December 18 when she was seen by Dr Tekkar.
He diagnosed hookworm as he suspected that Mrs Hudson could have caught it from faeces when looking after her daughter’s dog.
The doctor told the inquest that he identified hookworm as 'a possible diagnosis in the absence of an obvious cause.'
He added: 'I understand it is not very common in this country.'
He then sent her home to recover, a decision later questioned by his superiors.
Dr Karim Hassan, lead consultant at Bournemouth Hospital, said: 'It is a big lesson. Any incidents of such calibre are taken very seriously.
'We have made sure that this case has been well discussed and all the lessons have been learned.'
Asked if Mrs Hudson should have been allowed home, he added: 'My clinical sense would have indicated to me to investigate further.'
Mrs Hudson was rushed back in to hospital three days later on December 21. She then underwent a CT scan and an emergency operation was carried out on her. She died the following day.
The cause of her death was given as complications from a strangulated hernia and kidney disease.
The GMC is due to make a decision on Dr Tekkar’s position in the near future.
Mrs Hudson worked as a shop assistant and had a cleaning job. She leaves daughters Julie Sansome, Sharon Brown and son Michael and five grandchildren.

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Woman, 22, 'trafficked into Britain to work as a prostitute was raped at brothel run from Fred West's old house'

Woman, 22, 'trafficked into Britain to work as a prostitute was raped at brothel run from Fred West's old house' | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
Eddezider Herak, 36, her alleged pimp, is said to have raped her at the two-storey house in Midland Road, Gloucester (general view pictured).


A young woman was trafficked into the UK to work as a prostitute and raped by her pimp at a brothel run from the former home of serial killers Fred and Rose West, a court heard.
The 22 year-old Czech national was one of many women lured to Britain to be sold for sex at brothels in London and the west country.
Eddezider Herak, 36, her alleged pimp, is said to have raped her at the two-storey house in Midland Road, Gloucester before his mother Ludmila Nistorova, 53, sold her off to a man for £1,000.

Rose West had murdered Fred's stepdaughter Charmaine in 1971, burying her under the kitchen floor at the address.
Her skeleton was not dug up until 23 years later after the Wests were arrested over 11 more murders at their new home nearby - 25 Cromwell Street.

Prosecutor Emma Deacon told jurors at Isleworth Crown Court how the Czech woman was raped by Herak at the brothel.
'While she was trying to sleep Herak came to her and touched her and had sex with her,' she said.
'Three to four days later she was raped again by Herak. She told him she did not want to have sex and he carried on regardless.
'The mother and son controlled her prostitution and instructed her on services she should provide.
'The customers paid Herak and she did not collect any money herself and just took food and cigarettes.

'She was working as a prostitute in Gloucester and most of her clients were of Asian origin.'
Jurors heard the victim was then raped repeatedly by Magezi Clague, 42, who is also accused of sex attacks on a 19-year-old Czech girl.
It is claimed traffickers also forced the women into sham marriages with foreign nationals.
The prosecutor told jurors how vital information on a brothel in Tooting, southwest London, was handed in anonymously to a local police station, prompting a seven month investigation.
'An envelope was received at Tooting police station, and inside it detailed all of the workings at that premises,' she said.
'Information regarding the allegations of prostitution, sham marriages, and credit and bank card fraud were inside.
'It detailed the cars they drove, and that they would pick up young girls who had gone astray in the Czech Republic and brought them here to work.

'When the arrived they would be prostituted in Tooting and Croydon to mainly the Asain community.'
The prosecution claim the information detailed how mother and son Iveta Viragova, 44 and Vojtech Virag, 26, helped traffic the girls into Britain to work at the brothel on Mitcham Road, Tooting.
The gang later set up sham marriages between the girls and their clients, to help them stay in the country.
Two other men, Teodor Hunka, 41, and Zdeno Sarissky, 29, are believed to have helped recruit the women from the Czech Republic, promising them over £2,000 to travel to the UK and participate in a sham marriage, before they were forced into prostitution.
Hunka, Sarissky, and Herak, all of no fixed address, Nistorova, of Gloucester, Viragova, and Virag, both of Tooting deny conspiring to traffic young women into the UK and within the UK for sexual exploitation and conspiring to control prostitution.
Viragova denies perverting the course of justice and Virag has pleaded not guilty to conspiring to assist unlawful immigration.
Co-defendants Hunka, Sarissky, Herak, Nistorova, and Viragova, have admitted sham marriage charges.
Herak denies two counts of rape.
Clague, of Paddington denies four counts of raping the same woman plus two counts of raping a 19 year-old Czech girl.
He also denies trafficking young females within the UK for sexual exploitation and controlling prostitution for gain.
The trial continues.

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America’s most wanted paedophile wins fight to stop extradition from UK on grounds it will breach his human rights to be put into a sex offenders' treatment programme

America’s most wanted paedophile wins fight to stop extradition from UK on grounds it will breach his human rights to be put into a sex offenders' treatment programme | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
Convicted paedophile Shawn Sullivan has been a wanted man since 1994 for allegedly molesting two 11-year-old girls and having unlawful sex with a girl of 14. If found guilty he could face 25 years jail on each count.

One of America's most-wanted paedophiles can walk the streets of Britain a free man after the High Court ruled that extraditing him to the US would breach his human rights.
Convicted paedophile Shawn Sullivan has been a wanted man since 1994 for allegedly molesting two 11-year-old girls and having unlawful sex with a girl of 14 in Minnesota.
If extradited to America and found guilty he could face 25 years jail on each count.
But two senior judges demanded assurances from the US Government that Sullivan - who lives in the affluent London suburb of Barnes with his Ministry of Justice worker wife - would not be put into a controversial sex offenders' treatment programme.

Today they refused to comply, and so the judges turned down the plea to return him to the US.
Lord Justice Moses and Mr Justice Eady both believe the programme, known as 'civil commitment', would be a 'flagrant denial' of his rights under the European Convention on Human Rights.
But critics will see it as another example of the one-sided extradition treaty between the two countries.
Last week it emerged that seven times more British citizens have been sent to the US under the lopsided Extradition Act than Americans sent in the opposite direction.

Home Office figures reveal how the treaty at the centre of the case against Asperger’s sufferer Gary McKinnon is being used by the US authorities far more often than their British counterparts.
Sullivan, who has joint Irish/US nationality - who also goes under the name O'Suilleabhain - was given a suspended jail sentence in Ireland in 1996 for sexually assaulting two 12-year-old girls.
He was arrested in London in June 2010 while living with 34-year-old MoJ policy manager Sarah Smith in Barnes, South West London. They married in Wandsworth Prison before he was granted bail and tagged.
But lawyers for Sullivan - who has been put on America's most-wanted sex criminals list - said if returned he could be declared 'sexually dangerous' and jailed without trial and with no hope of release.
The judges gave the US authorities until today to give an assurance that he would not be put on the civil commitment programme and be given a fair trial.

Today Lord Justice Moses confirmed that that 'the United States will not provide an assurance' that Sullivan would not be entered into the programme.
As a result his appeal would be allowed and extradition refused.
Sullivan originally from Fort Benning, Georgia, has remained here pending extradition proceedings.
Although on the list of America's most wanted criminals he went undetected until 2007 when he was added to Interpol's most wanted list.
In December 2010 Senior District Judge Riddle said there was no reason not to order extradition and sent the request from the US Government Home Secretary Theresa May.
In February last year she rejected representations on his behalf and ordered extradition.
But in refusing to give the go ahead Lord Justice Moses said there was a 'real risk' that if sent back his rights under the European Convention on Human Rights might be violated.
Under civil commitment, the court was told, someone could be held with no hope of release even though they had not been convicted of any offence.
Lord Justice Moses added: 'I emphasise again that my judgment rests solely on my conclusion that the is a real risk that if extradited the appellant might be subject to an order for civil commitment within Minnesota, and that that amounts to a risk that he would suffer a flagrant denial of his rights.'
He said under the programme: 'There is no requirement that the offences took place recently, nor , indeed, that the misconduct resulted in conviction, provided that the misconduct is substantiated by credible evidence.'
He said because the United States may now wish to given an assurance and because if he allowed the appeal it may be to no avail, he was adjourning the case for further argument.
Mr Justice Eady agreed and said the material before them 'reveals that there is more than a fanciful risk that the appellant would become subject to the civil commitment process'.
In the absence of any undertaking 'he would suffer a flagrant breach of his rights' under the Convention, which protects against loss of liberty without a proper hearing.

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Two Muslim converts arrested over Olympic terror plot

Two Muslim converts arrested over Olympic terror plot | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
Two Muslim converts have been arrested in East London on suspicion of plotting an attack against the Olympics.


Sources said the arrests were based on a tip-off and the investigation was at an early stage.
One source said it was unclear if the alleged plot was serious or developed or what method of attack was to be used but said the Olympics could have been the target.
The two men, aged 18 and 32, were arrested at separate residential addresses in east London, according to Scotland Yard.
A spokesman said officers from the Metropolitan Police Counter-Terrorism Command, known as SO15, raided the properties at 7am on Thursday morning.
The men were detained under the Terrorism Act 2000 on suspicion of the commission, preparation or instigation of acts of terrorism.

They are currently being held at a central London police station, likely to be the counter-terrorism holding cells at Paddington Green.
Scotland Yard and MI5 act on tips far quicker in the lead up to major events than they would do at other times.
The security services accept that any plotting that takes place in the lead up to the Olympics, which begin in Stratford, East London on July 27, is likely to be linked to the games.
Two years ago six street cleaners were arrested over an alleged plot to kill the Pope the day before he arrived in London after they were overheard threatening to kill a Christian for every page of the Koran.
A caller reported that five men were looking at a picture in the Metro newspaper of the Pope’s motor vehicle and talking about an incident where the Koran was allegedly burned.
All six were later released without charge.
Earlier this year two men from East London were among a gang that pleaded guilty to plotting a bomb attack on the London Stock Exchange.
Mohammed Chowdhury, 21, and Shah Rahman, 29, were under surveillance as they toured central London sites for six hours in November 2010 and discussed launching the attacks.

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Grand Connaught Rooms Jihadist Conference: Cancelled

Grand Connaught Rooms Jihadist Conference: Cancelled | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

After a successful campaign we are pleased to announce that the Jihadist conference that was suppose to take place on the 8th of July 2012 has been cancelled.


We would like to thank the many people who called the Grand Connaught Rooms (“GCR”) and who emailed their MPs and representatives. We are also glad the GCR saw sense and did the right thing.


However, this was a victory for ordinary people, who stood firm against hatred and bigotry.


Patriots rallied around the call to action, and expressed their concerns to the GCR by email and phone.


I hope this campaign has shown that progressive, decent people can make a difference and won’t, under any circumstances, tolerate hate preachers.


Well done, folks.

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More Muslim enrichment in Scotland

More Muslim enrichment in Scotland | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

A Muslim man has been found guilty of raping a woman in a hotel room and knocking out another victim's teeth in a separate street assault months earlier in the Scottish town of Fife.

Mohamed Ben El Hassan, 35, attacked and raped the lady after meeting her and her sister in a nightclub in Dunfermline.

El Hassan, from Dunfermline, pleaded not guilty to assaulting and raping her on 1 January 2011 at the Travel Lodge.

He had also denied causing horrendous injuries and disfigurement to Katherine Shade on 8 August 2010 in Dunfermline.

The woman who was raped said that El Hassan had leapt on top of her. She told the court she wanted to scream but commented: "I couldn't breathe."

"He was licking my face then he tried to bite my mouth open. He bit my lip. I couldn't push him off, I just couldn't," she said. She added: "I just felt pain."

The woman informed the High Court in Edinburgh: "He just forced himself on me."

She said she envisaged the attack lasted several minutes before her sister came in and apprehended El Hassan.

An English teacher, Ms Shade, 24, was studying for a Masters degree and living in Edinburgh at the time she was assaulted five months earlier.

She had gone back to Dunfermline to go on an evening out with friends when she was attacked while walking alone.

Ms Shade told the court: "As soon as I was on the ground I got this blow to the face. I got a kick in the face."

She said she realised her teeth had been kicked out by the monster.

A judge rejected a bid to continue El Hassan's bail and remanded him in custody ahead of sentencing next month.

Lord Brailsford called for a pre-sentencing report to be prepared and instructed that he should be put on the sex offenders register.

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Asylum seekers in Blackburn and Darwen could double

Asylum seekers in Blackburn and Darwen could double | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
THE number of asylum seekers in Blackburn and Darwen could double following a change in the management of the system, it can be revealed.


And the increase could put ‘intolerable strains’ on the towns’ social cohesion and public services, political leaders warn.

The number of refugees in the borough could rise from 350 to 700 by the end of the year under a new contract with a private sector company.

Although the vast majority of asylum seekers are not considered to be extremists, experts believe a minority are.

It is feared that these Islamic extremists driven out of countries like Somalia and Yemen could arrive in Blackburn without warning and try to spread their radical doctrine throughout the town’s mosques.

Blackburn MP Jack Straw has written to Home Secretary Theresa May to try to change the government contract with private company Serco and limit numbers to the current 350.

He acted after the firm refused to accept a formal cut in the limit saying: “The cap is set by the government, not Serco.”

The deal, worth an estimated £175 million to Serco over seven years, covers the North-West, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

Blackburn with Darwen Council will now lose the current £300,000 a year of Whitehall cash it uses to pay for a seven-strong team to carefully place and support them.

Mr Straw, the Home Secretary responsible for the original contract, has held a series of meetings with Blackburn with Darwen Council, the UK Border Agency and immigration minister Damian Green about the issue.

Mr Straw, Blackburn with Darwen council leader Kate Hollern and her Tory counterpart Coun Michael Lee said they were seriously concerned at the failure to formally lower the cap from 700 asylum seekers to 350.

The borough receives asylum seekers under the existing contract when they enter the UK.

None are sent to other towns in East Lancashire under the “dispersal” system on arrival, although individuals and families may move elsewhere in Lancashire or Britain, later with Home Office approval.

Civic leaders said the new limit could lead to:

social and racial tensions wherever the predominantly African, Middle Eastern or Eastern European refugees are placed
a shortage of low rent accommodation for existing residents;
extra pressure on council homeless, housing and social services;
shortage of school places; and
excess demand on GPs and NHS services.
Mr Straw said: “I am concerned that we do not have the existing services in place to cope with more than the current 350 asylum seekers.

“I am asking the Home Secretary to cap the numbers we can receive under the new contract at that level.

“The Border Agency and Serco have given assurances that they will not increase the numbers of asylum seekers in Blackburn with Darwen to more than the current 350 but unless the cap is reduced from 700 we cannot be sure they will be honoured in the future.

“There is already considerable government concern about the radicalisation of local young Muslims. If we get new asylum seekers coming into the area it is important that they are properly monitored and checked.”

“There are other places in the North West like Preston who currently have no dispersed asylum seekers who are just as suitable to receive some.”

Coun Hollern said: “I share Jack’s concerns. We believe the current number of asylum seekers in Blackburn is the right balance.

“At the moment we have a contract with Twin Valley Homes to house asylum seekers but that will not continue with Serco.

“When these families come to the end of their short-term tenancies they could end up at the council’s front door as homeless and we will have to pick up the tab with no extra money to do so.

“We are also concerned that Serco will buy up cheap rented property from landlords, possibly at a higher rent, so that when the existing tenants come to the end of their leases they will become homeless and it will be the council’s responsibility to house them.

“We are worried about whether Serco will provide the necessary level of services for these refugees in the town as we have done. We will be losing £300,000 of government cash at a time of severe cuts in our budgets and yet may have to pick up the bill to fill in the gaps for services for these asylum seekers as result of this change.”

A UK Border Agency spokesperson said: “Any proposal by accommodation providers to introduce more asylum seekers into an area would have to be agreed by us. This would clearly involve discussions with local councils and other agencies to ensure community safety and the impact on the area is taken into account.

“UKBA and Serco already work closely with local councils, police and charities to share information on a regular basis and this will continue.”

A Serco spokesman said: “The cap is set by the government, not Serco. Every property that will be procured has to be approved by the local authority. UKBA and Serco will continue to work closely with local authorities, police and charities to share information on a regular basis. The local authority has responsibility for checking on all the issues raised.”

Adel Darwish, Political Editor of the Middle East Magazine and a Sky TV commentator on Middle East and Islamic affairs, said: “Certainly Somalia, Yemen, Chechnya and Algeria are areas of conflict where asylum seekers and refugees are likely to include radical Islamists of just the kind that the government is concerned about radicalising UK Muslim youth.”

Mr Lee, leader of Blackburn with Darwen Council before the Tories lost control in 2010, said: “I support Jack Straw and Kate Hollern in seeking to keep the maximum number of asylum seekers in the borough at 350 - or even reduce it. We have done our bit. There are other local authorities who have taken none so far which could take some.

“There is a maximum we can take. We have handled immigration into Blackburn well. Sometimes you just have to say we can take no more.

"Blackburn with Darwen Council must have the final say on how many asylum seekers we take and where they go. They need to be placed properly with the correct support services in place which is what we have been able to do since 2000.”

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Migrant population in some parts of England double previous estimate - Telegraph

Migrant population in some parts of England double previous estimate - Telegraph | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
Twice as many immigrants have settled in some parts of England than previously thought, updated figures suggest.


The number of foreigners settling in one part of Lincolnshire over the past five years is three times higher than earlier estimates, according to revised calculations, while the number of new arrivals in parts of east London, Herefordshire and even Aylesbury has doubled.
Overall the population of London has risen by 16 per cent, or almost 130,000 extra people, as a result of changes made by the Office for National Statistics.
But some councils, including Cambridge, Norwich and Durham, have “lost” up to half of their immigrant communities in the move, prompting fears that they will also lose funding to run public services from central Government as a result.
The number of foreign-born people coming to live, study or work in Britain is currently only based on a voluntary questionnaire carried out at ports and airports, while detailed estimates of where new arrivals settle have been calculated in different ways.
Under the ONS’s latest methodology, published this week by the Greater London Authority, migrants were separated into “streams” depending on if they are workers, students or children, then their movements across the country were tracked using health, education and welfare registers.

Overall, the estimated number of immigrants arriving for more than a year between 2006 and 2010 fell by 0.4 per cent, to 2.52m under the revised calculations.
But the numbers settling in London rose by 16 per cent to reach 942,800.
Across the country, the biggest rise was seen in Boston, where the number of recent migrants increases by 218 per cent to 7,500 over five years. In 2008, a Labour minister claimed that Eastern European's made up a quarter of the town's residents.
Newham (102 per cent), Herefordshire (108 per cent) and Aylesbury Vale (104 per cent) also record sharp rises.
But in Norwich the estimated number of recent immigrants fell by 52 per cent, to 10,900, with similar drops in Cambridge (51 per cent) and Durham (45 per cent).
Sir Andrew Green, chairman of Migration Watch UK, said: "The impact of immigration on London has been revised up by 130,000 to very nearly one million in just five years.
"This is a measure of the huge churn in our population as a result of mass immigration which has serious consequences for our schools, housing and health services."

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County Durham piggies: Council executives cut front-line services but not their own pay cheques

County Durham piggies: Council executives cut front-line services but not their own pay cheques | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

By Stephen Palmer

They’re cutting buses, road maintenance, street lighting, disability benefits, child benefits, museums, libraries and leisure centres – but there’s one thing the County Durham Council ‘chief executives’ are firmly safeguarding, their own fat pay cheques.

As you can see from the below picture from the Council’s website, the salaries for all of those earning over £100,000 a year have been frozen for 2012/2013 by the Labour-run council.

The Chief Executive of the Council, George Garlick, is the highest-paid staff member in the whole of the north of England,with a £200,000 salary.

In addition, he receives £42,900 per annum in pension contributions and £823 in expenses allowances, making his total yearly payment an incredible £243,748.

There are a further 19 department heads at the Council who are paid between £76,000 and £110,000 a year,including such vital posts as Head of Social Inclusion.

According to reports in March,one of the £140,000 earners is allegedly to be fired in a cost-cutting exercise (or token sacrifice), but – surprise, surprise – that doesn’t seem to have happened yet.

The British National Party’s local council manifesto states that the Party would cap council salaries at £100,000 and cut councillors’ expenses and remuneration.

Applying this policy to County Durham Council alone would save nearly £700,000 a year, including reductions to expenses and pension contributions.

A further revision of the other excessive salaries at councils would save even more (ditching the employees in the pointless ‘Equalities and Diversity’ department would spare £210,000 a year in wages for a start).

But by all means keep voting LibLabCon if you want to carry on feeding these County Durham piggies.

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Browns Bar closes after online campaign nears 100,000 members

Browns Bar closes after online campaign nears 100,000 members | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

A CITY centre bar that caused national outrage after turning away two grieving soldiers because they were wearing their military uniform has temporarily closed for the day.

Browns in Earl Street has come under attack from almost 100,000 people on Facebook for its decision which they have defended as company policy.

The soldiers were in the city on Monday for the funeral of Keresley soldier Michael Thacker, who was killed in Afghanistan on June 1.

They had asked for coffee during a break in the build-up to the service but were turned away.

The pair, who were joined by their commanding officers, were pallbearers at the funeral and one of the men was Corporal Thacker's brother Matthew, also a corporal in the same regiment.

Owner Ken Brown was forced into an apology on Thursday after initially refusing to comment on the matter and has since donated £200 donation to Little Scotty's Soldiers, a charity chosen by the family of Cpl Thacker

And now the Observer can confirm that Browns has pulled down its shutters and temporarily ceased trade for the day.

It is not understood when the bar plans to re-open.

A parade tomorrow (Saturday) to mark Armed Forces Day is set to pass the venue and members of the Facebook group are planning a protest outside.

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Remembering 7/7 - The Bombers

Remembering 7/7 - The Bombers | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

The four men who carried out the 7 July bombings were young Muslim Britons who had led apparently ordinary lives. Their profiles are below.

Mohammad Sidique Khan, 30, Edgware Road bomber
A married father-of-one and teaching assistant, Mohammad Sidique Khan was the oldest of the bombers and is thought to have taken the lead role.
Raised in Beeston, Leeds, he was the youngest of six children born to Pakistani immigrants who had taken British citizenship.

Friends from his teenage years recall a highly Westernised young man who insisted on being called "Sid".

Khan was known to the MI5, but officers assigned to investigate him were diverted to another operation.

Following the attacks a video message recorded by Khan emerged in which he said he was a "soldier" at "war".

His bomb, detonated on a westbound Circle Line train, killed seven people.


Shehzad Tanweer, 22, Aldgate bomber
Shehzad Tanweer was born in Bradford but lived most of his life in the Beeston area of Leeds.
Neighbours described the sports science graduate as a "nice lad" who could "get on with anyone". Friends said he was very religious, but did not express an interest in politics.

In 2004 he travelled to the Pakistani city of Karachi along with Khan.

The two became known to the security services, but were on the periphery of other surveillance operations.

Tanweer detonated his bomb on the eastbound Circle line, killing seven others.


Jamaican-born British resident Germaine Lindsay spent his childhood in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, not far from the other bombers' homes.
He converted to Islam in 2000, took the name Jamal and, at around the same time, started to associate with troublemakers.

At school he was disciplined for handing out leaflets in support of al-Qaeda.

In many ways Lindsay's life was unsettled, but in 2002 he married a white convert to Islam, with whom he had a young boy. A daughter was born after his death.

Lindsay carried out the most deadly of the bombings, killing 26 on the Piccadilly line train.


Hasib Mir Hussain, 18, Tavistock Square bomber
Teenager Hasib Hussain was known as a quiet student with few friends whose life attracted little outside attention during his early teens.
Hussain was a second generation British citizen whose parents were of Pakistani origin. He grew up in Holbeck, on the outskirts of Leeds, and was the youngest of four children. He was still living with his parents when he died.

While still at school, he went on the Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.

His family said they were "devastated" to learn he was the bus bomber who claimed 13 lives on 7 July.

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Soldier with nine years service dies after NHS refuse him treatment

Soldier with nine years service dies after NHS refuse him treatment | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
An ex soldier who courageously took on tight fisted NHS chiefs in his fight against terminal cancer has passed away aged 37.

Mark Bannister, who served in Northern Ireland and Bosnia during nine years in the army, was forced to hide the truth from doctors to get life-prolonging treatment that was denied to him by a shambolic postcode lottery.

Hospital bosses declined to finance the cost of his medicine despite it being widely obtainable just 15 miles from Mark’s home in Gainsborough, Lincolnshire.

He spent six months praying and pleading to be prescribed the drug Avastin but was only given it when he enrolled at practice in Sheffield, having to pretend he had moved in with a friend.

It was only then Mark had his request granted and he was administered his first treatment within 7 days.

But harrowingly the tumour he had struggled against for nearly a decade had progressed too far for the treatment to work.

The doting father of two died early on Monday morning held by his distraught wife Karen.

In a glowing tribute to her husband, Karen said: “Who knows what would have happened if he had got the drug sooner - I truly believe it would have helped him.

“He was forced to lie. We were told his chemotherapy wasn’t working and he had to either let the tumour grow or have the Avastin - we didn’t have a choice.

“How can it be so easy for some people to get it and other people are told they can’t have it at all?
“The system is completely unfair.
“We had to lie while Mark was still alive, but I don’t care who knows now.

I would urge anyone else who is going through the same thing to do what we did.
"I only wish we had done it sooner.”
It was first established Mark was suffering with a brain tumour in 2003 but after a long, brave battle he was informed last year that his cancer had developed further.

NHS bosses refused to fund the treatment despite a specialist vowing the drug could give him some extra time with his young children Sophie, 7, and Thomas, 5.

The drug prevents blood vessels reaching the tumour and for a ten-month course costs £21,000. Doctors said Mark had just 12 months left to live without the prescription.

Emotionally, Mark and Karen renewed their marriage vows last November on their tenth wedding anniversary as the future was so uncertain.

Prior to his passing, Mark made memory boxes for both Sophie and Thomas, leaving them memorable photographs and medals from his spell in the army.

Karen said: “As he died, I was holding him and cuddling him and telling him I loved him.
“I don’t think his death has sunk in yet - I don’t think I totally believe it.

I still have to break it to the children and I don’t know what I will say to them.
“Mark has written them both letters saying how much he loves them and how he is sorry he won’t get to see them grow up.

“Even after he got the Avastin he continued to campaign against the postcode lottery on behalf of others and I want to continue to do the same. It’s what he would have wanted.”

Callously, NHS Lincolnshire said judgements to finance such medicines are centred on clear clinical evidence, cost-effectiveness, the benefit to patient and consideration of national guidance.

The British National Party would like to see the end of the so called postcode lottery in healthcare.

It is nothing short of a disgrace that a former soldier, who fought for this country, was left with no choice but to lie in order to try and preserve his life once he was back in the “safety” of the UK. 

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The plight of homeless ex-servicemen refused beds taken by immigrants.

The plight of homeless ex-servicemen refused beds taken by immigrants. | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
ALLAN MALLINSON asks for facts, about whether homeless ex-Servicemen who fell through the net of the excellent charities, could not get beds in shelters because these were full of Poles and Somalis.


My piece earlier this week on homeless ex-Servicemen brought a big e-bag, for which I’m grateful.
One of the misconceptions about ex-Servicemen appears to be that they all have a pension, and therefore shouldn’t need charity. But as ‘Essex Boy’ points out in his comment, ‘Most of us who have served less than the "full career" of 22 years will not receive any form of pension until we reach 60.’
The rules have recently changed, but most homeless ex-Servicemen will not have qualified under the new scheme, which, for information (and straight from the MoD website) is this: ‘After two years of Regular service you'll have earned an Army pension that will be paid when you get to the age of 65. And if you serve for 12 years you'll be entitled to a tax-free resettlement grant on retirement too. Anybody aged over 40 who has served for at least 18 years gets the right to claim an immediate pension and tax-free lump sum on leaving the Army, and a second lump sum when they turn 65.’

One or two comments questioned the percentage of homeless who are ex-Services. What I wrote was: ‘I had known that perhaps up to 25% of the homeless were veterans’.
Note the ‘perhaps’ and ‘up to’.
The fact is, nobody really knows. The methodology of ‘research’ is questionable, for the nature of the problem hardly lends itself to comprehensiveness.
In 1994, Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people, published a report that suggested that ‘up to 25 per cent of men and women living rough in our major cities are former service personnel’.
Only twelve years ago, it believed there were ‘100,000 homeless ex-servicemen – equivalent to the population of Dover.’
The current estimates of total homeless (including what is called the ‘hidden homeless’) varies between 500,000 and a million.
But nobody really knows.

Crisis have been in this business a long time. The charity was founded in 1967 in response to Ken Loach’s remarkable BBC ‘Wednesday Play’ Cathy Come Home – which I well recall seeing at the time of its broadcast, when I was a young ordinand, before leaving the seminary to join the Army.
That figure – ‘up to 25 per cent’ – was controversial at the time; institutionally it did not sit comfortably with the MoD’s message of commitment to the man in uniform. It took some time to sink in, but ten years ago (while I was still in the Army) my old friend and colleague, and intensely humane soldier, Lieutenant-General Anthony Palmer, became the MoD’s deputy director of personnel, and he initiated a number of reforms and initiatives, notably Project Compass.
There is strong anecdotal evidence to suggest that the situation has improved markedly.
But a study by York University – quoted by a number of commenters – suggesting that former service personnel in London's homeless population had dropped from 22% in 1997 to 6% in 2007 always seemed to me improbable.

Percentage shifts of that order in so short a time – in almost any field of human activity – are counter to both intuition and general experience.
That said, according to a recent Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG) report, the number of people officially classed as homeless in England has jumped by 14% – the biggest increase for nine years.
The Royal British Legion (RBL), the principal ex-Services charity, believes the figure of homeless ex-Servicemen may be down to approximately 1,100, and that this is due to ‘a combination of reduced output from the Armed Forces, improved Ministry of Defence (MoD) resettlement provision and better intervention from ex-Service charities.’
This is an astonishing figure (though relatively low, still the equivalent of two infantry battalions, however) – a reduction of 90% in the Crisis figure in just twelve years.
Nevertheless a decrease in ex-Service homeless while at the same time the number of non-ex-Service (including immigrant) homeless increases considerably, leads (mathematically) to a much smaller percentage figure of ex-Service homeless.
This doesn’t necessarily mean a significant reduction of ex-Servicemen sleeping rough. I can only leave readers to make of all this what they can.
But the point of my blog was not percentages, or even actual numbers: it was to flag up, and ask for facts, about whether homeless ex-Servicemen who fell through the net of the excellent charities, many of them relatively new, could not get beds in shelters because these were full of Poles and Somalis.
For this was what the particular homeless Ex had told my friend, the former diplomat, who works part-time for the Citizens’ Advice Bureau and who had had corroborating reports to this effect from colleagues in the charity sector.
I also said that destitute immigrants needed help, the point of the parable of the Good Samaritan being that he did not differentiate between race or creed when it came to need.
But my point was that charity can be ‘misplaced’ – if I can use the word as shorthand – if it is to the detriment of the national family. I refuse to argue this point: if it is not self-evident, then my powers of persuasion will not be up to changing anyone’s mind.

There was an interesting comment on the blog from the CEO of the charity Thames Reach, which I confess I had never heard of – and neither, it seems, had the particular Ex or the people at the various agencies who sign-posted him on to Shelter – although it was set up by the GLC in 1984. I am glad to be now aware of their work: ‘Many ex-services personnel have been helped off of the street. Some of them work for Thames Reach, a homelessness charity where I am CEO. They are fantastic role models’ writes the CEO.
He goes on to say that ‘Hostels are not packed full of non-UK nationals such as Poles and Rumanians as the vast majority are not able to claim benefits (in the jargon of the day 'have no recourse to public funds').’
I would be the first to confess my ignorance here, but surely there is some confusion: entry to a hostel is not restricted to those claiming benefits.
But he gives an encouraging account of the sort of practical and robust charity needed by destitute immigrants: ‘There are indeed many non-UK rough sleepers on the street - around 52% of the rough sleeping population, and they are living in the most appalling destitution. Supported by the Embassies, we at Thames Reach have assisted over 1700 to return to central and eastern Europe.’

I salute Thames Reach. In this they have been true Samaritans.
But I go back to the essence of the blog, which was about whether our charitable capacity is being overwhelmed by immigrants to the disadvantage of – in particular – our own ex-Servicemen.
Because the problem is going to get worse – vide the DCLG report of a 14% increase in homelessness.
And not just that, for if, as the RBL believes, the reduction in numbers of ex-Service homeless is in part due to ‘reduced output from the Armed Forces’, it stands to sense that there will be an increase when the output itself increases – as it is about to do in a big way because of the redundancies, perhaps some 30,000; and one that has the potential of overloading the resources of the service charities across the board on a whole range of welfare concerns.
But I shall leave the last word to Stephen, the ex-soldier whose story prompted the blog. Last night when I returned from London to Salisbury Plain, I found this email in my box via Mail Online. I will let it speak for itself:
‘I have just read your blog. It is actually me who the article is written about. I wanted to thankyou for taking an interest in my plight and the plight of so many other service men and women who find themselves in simmilar circumstances.
Whilst being homeless i have experienced human kindness at its very best and also how cruel some people can actually be.
I have found myself judged negativly on a daily basis for just being a homless male, i have been called a liar a fraud, i have been urinated on whilst i slept, assaulted on several occassions spat at, had laxitives put in cups of tea and food peiople have brought for me.
All of this has happened without people knowing how i ended up on the street in the first place.
All i will say is it involved a house fire and the death of my wife and two children.
I do not drink or take drugs of any kind and yet daily i am treated like an animal.
I can truly understand how so many ex service personel end up taking there lives when they find themselves homeless and tarnished with a label saying "Scum-bag".
Thanks again for writing the article and many many thanks to your kind friend who has shown me that human kindness does still exist in some people.
Be Blessed . Stephen.’

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Bus-ted! Romanian con artists who fleece tourists on Westminster Bridge are caught when double decker full of police pulls up

Bus-ted! Romanian con artists who fleece tourists on Westminster Bridge are caught when double decker full of police pulls up | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

When a bright red double-decker London bus pulled up alongside dozens of suspected Romanian illegal gamblers on Westminster Bridge it barely raised an eyebrow.
Operating in the shadow of Parliament, the alleged con artists - who have been fleecing tourists and and visitors - may well have believed their network of well-placed look-outs would give them plenty of warning of approaching police and undercover officers.
So they were taken completely by surprise when the doors of the No. 2 bus opened and about 30 uniform and plain clothes officers jumped out.

Police borrowed the Arriva London bus for the day, complete with driver, to ambush illegal gamblers who have plagued tourists on the bridge.
The carefully planned operation involved covert tactics and undercover officers mingling with the crowds to spot the ringleaders.
For five hours officers from the Safer Transport Command waited on the bus — codenamed Red One — waiting to strike.

There were numerous false starts while police waited for the gamblers to arrive, and at one point the operation was nearly called off when one group of possible suspects spotted the bus waiting in a side street.
Finally, with a police helicopter hovering high overhead, the order came to 'go, go, go' ... unfortunately, at that point the bus was caught in heavy traffic half way round Parliament Square. As one officer commented drily: 'This is not going to make a Hollywood action movie.'
However, the con artists were taken unawares when the bus pulled up on the bridge at about 5.30 last night. More than 25 Romanians were detained and 12 were charged with gaming offences.

Among those held on the bridge was a woman with a young baby in a pram. She was later released.
Officers recovered hundreds of pounds in cash and several gaming sets. As many as nine gangs playing fraudulent dice or ‘three card trick’ games have been seen operating on the bridge in recent weeks.
Undercover officers have watched as tourists have been fleeced for hundreds of pounds. One American tourist lost $200 in 90 seconds.
Police have struggled to arrest the gangs using conventional tactics because they can scatter within seconds. MPs have demanded action, saying the gangs were blighting London’s image.

In a pre-raid briefing Sgt Darin Birmingham, who masterminded the operation, said: 'London is suffering from crime coming from Eastern Europe and this has got to stop. People who come to London for the Olympic Games want a nice trip, they do not want to get ripped off.'
Afterwards he said: 'This has been a hugely successful operation which has sent a strong message to these gangs that they will not be tolerated in London. We will be back here on the street every day to deter them.
'This is the policing that Londoners want to see, people have been congratulating us on today’s action.'
In a series of raids codenamed Operation Ursus yesterday 400 officers made at least 54 arrests for theft offences.
Chief Supt John Sutherland said: 'These crimes are committed by individuals but they are being orchestrated by organised criminal networks. We are targeting criminals at the top as well as the bottom of these networks.'


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Another taxi driver from hell is jailed

Another taxi driver from hell is jailed | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
A man who sexually attacked two teenage girls he was giving a fare to has been sentenced. Arpan Duggal,27, of Timperley, Greater Manchester was found guilty of two counts of sexual assault.

At Manchester Crown Court, he was sentenced to 18 months in prison.Duggal was employed as a taxi driver at the time of the incident.

The victims,aged 13 and 14,were provided with his number by a relative of one of the girls, who informed them his nickname was ‘Johnny’, and he would give arrange lifts for free.

On 24 April 2011,they called his number and asked to be picked up from the Northern Moor Area and taken to Fallowfield, a short distance of under 3 miles
As the journey progressed, Duggal felt one of the girl’s legs and quizzed them both if they had boyfriends.

He then stopped his vehicle on leafy Palatine Road and told the girls to swap seats.

When they arrived at the address in Fallowfield,  one girl left the car and Duggal locked the other in his car and sexually assaulted her.

In the beginning, neither girl reported the attack but did when Duggal began harassing one of them by text and calls they informed police.
Detective Constable Charlotte Owens, of the Child Abuse Investigation Team, said: “Duggal has used the ploy of offering free lifts to get the girls in his car.

“When he did he sexually assaulted them.
“I hope the victim’s take some comfort from knowing he has now been sentenced."

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Former All Wales Ethnic Minority Association worker wins harassment case

Former All Wales Ethnic Minority Association worker wins harassment case | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
A former employee of the All Wales Ethnic Minority Association wins her case for sexual harassment against her former boss at a tribunal.


Naz Malik, the ex-chief executive of Awema had denied the sexual discrimination, harassment and victimisation of Sylwia Bobrowska.

But the tribunal's judgement found unanimously in Ms Bobrowska's favour.

She had told the tribunal that Mr Malik had made personal comments and touched her clothing. She was later sacked.

The Swansea-based charity Awema was wound up earlier this year following claims of financial mismanagement and losing Welsh government funding.

'Secret lover'
The tribunal had previously heard that Mr Malik had pointed Ms Bobrowska out in a staff meeting and told her directly she could not have an affair in Swansea without him knowing about it.

She said it made her feel very upset and approached Mr Malik's daughter Tegwen, the operations manager, to describe the incident and several previous ones where she felt his behaviour was inappropriate.

Ms Bobrowska said she wanted an apology but within 10 minutes she had been suspended and within days she had been dismissed last October.

The tribunal heard on other occasions Mr Malik had grabbed her cardigan while she was wearing it, saying she did not need to wrap it around her.

Ms Bobrowska said when she received flowers, Mr Malik asked her if she had a secret lover.

She also said that women in the office had been told not to approach men to shake hands "because that would make them look easy".

Mr Malik claimed Ms Bobrowska concocted the allegations along with other workers to disguise their failings at work.

Giving evidence, he said he was a caring boss and in 11 years dealing with more than 100 members of staff, there had been no problems until that point.

However, Ms Bobrowska said there was an atmosphere of fear in the office of both Naz and Tegwen Malik, and that everybody in the office was scared to speak to each other.

Public funding
Awema dealt with people from 150 nationalities supporting people from ethnic minorities.

Administrators were called in to wind up the charity's affairs in February after a report said there was a "fundamental lack of control".

The findings of the Welsh government and Big Lottery Fund report into the spending of £8.4m in public funding were examined by police.

It said charity funds were used to pay for gym memberships for staff worth £2,120, rugby and cricket tickets totalling £800, and a £110 parking fine for Mr Malik.

It also said there was a "clear conflict of interest" because one of the charity's directors reporting to Mr Malik was his daughter Tegwen. There were "considerable increases" in her salary from £20,469 to £50,052.

Mr Malik and finance director Saquib Zia were sacked by the charity.

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An inconvenient truth: Met police stall over release of non-white murder statistics

An inconvenient truth: Met police stall over release of non-white murder statistics | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

The Metropolitan Police Service (MPS) are stalling over releasing figures that would provide a racial breakdown of all the people charged with murder in London last year.

According to a response by the MPS to my Freedom of Information (FOI) request on the matter, the Met are considering whether the information is in the ‘public interest’.

An inconvenient truth: Non-whites were charged with 67 percent of gun crime in London in 2011, despite being only 30.3 percent of the city's population. Blacks were responsible for 58 percent of those charges, despite being only 10.1 percent of the population

I made the FOI request on 30 April 2012, asking for a ‘breakdown by race of all the people charged with the crime of murder in London in 2011’.

The request was one of several I submitted on the same day pertaining to racial breakdowns of crime in London, as well as one requesting information on the ethnicity of those charged in relation to the 2011 immigrant riots.

Under the Freedom of Information Act (2000), the MPS are required to respond to FOI requests within 20 working days.

As of today, 28 June, it has been 41 working days since I made the request relating to murder charges, and the MPS now state that I will not receive a reply until 26 July (64 working days after the request), if indeed such information is deemed to be in ‘the public interest’.

The Met’s provisional response states that they are ‘considering whether the information requested is covered by one of the “qualified exemptions” (exemptions which must be tested against the public interest before deciding whether they apply to the information in question)’.

They add: ‘Where we are considering the public interest test against the application of relevant qualified exemptions, Section 17(2)(b) of the Act provides that we can extend the deadline.’


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'Asian' man hunted for sex attack on 11-year-old girl in Blackburn street

'Asian' man hunted for sex attack on 11-year-old girl in Blackburn street | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
A MAN who ran up to an 11-year-old girl in Blackburn, pulled down her trousers and sexually assaulted her is being hunted by police.


A MAN who ran up to an 11-year-old girl in Blackburn, pulled down her trousers and sexually assaulted her is being hunted by police.

Detectives are appealing for information after the youngster was attacked at 9pm last night as she waited at a pedestrian crossing.

The incident happened on the corner of Infirmary Street and Bolton Road.

The man then ran away past the Lockside Tavern pub and possibly onto the canal tow path.

DS Mark Saunders said: “This is a serious offence against a young girl in a very public place and we need people’s help to catch the man responsible.

"I’d urge anybody that recognises this man’s description or with any information that could assist with our investigation to come forward.”

The man is described as Asian, in his 30s and around 5ft 7inches tall.

He had dark short shaved hair with a long ‘pointy’ dark full faced beard down past his chin.

He was wearing a blue Adidas short sleeved top, with white signs on the front and back, plain tracksuit bottoms and blue Nike trainers.

Anyone with any information should call Lancashire Police on 101.

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Pair who laughed as they raped woman they 'came across' in town centre have sentences CUT because they are not 'dangerous'

Pair who laughed as they raped woman they 'came across' in town centre have sentences CUT because they are not 'dangerous' | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Rezgar Nouri, 27, and Mohammed Ibrahim, 24, repeatedly raped the woman, 24, in Preston
But judges rule there was 'insufficient evidence' that they should be defined as 'dangerous'
They allowed the men's appeal against original indeterminate sentence and instead handed each a 12-year term


Two men who laughed during a horrific 'gang rape' of a drunken woman have had their sentences slashed after three senior judges ruled they were not 'dangerous'.
Rezgar Nouri, 27, of Preston, and Mohammed Ibrahim, 24, of London, were jailed indeterminately after being convicted of assaulting the 24-year-old in Preston last June.
Sitting at the Court of Appeal, Lord Justice Hooper, Mr Justice Silber and Mr Justice Hamblen heard how the men 'came across' the woman before taking her to a flat where Ibrahim pinned her down while another man raped her.

After that, Ibrahim raped her before Nouri 'grabbed' her and 'dragged' her into a bedroom where he raped her, judges were told.
But today, despite the evidence, they ruled at the Royal Courts of Justice there was 'insufficient evidence' that Nouri and Ibrahim should be defined as 'dangerous'.

They said Judge Anthony Russell QC had been wrong to decide that 'imprisonment for public protection' was necessary and hand down a jail sentence which gave the men no automatic right of release.
They allowed the men's appeal against the imposition of an indeterminate sentence and instead handed each a 12-year term.
The court earlier heard how the woman had become separated from friends - when she was 'quite drunk' - in the early hours after visiting a number of bars and clubs, the court heard.

The judges were told that she 'came across' Nouri, Ibrahim and a third man in the town centre and went to Nouri's nearby flat with them.
Her next recollection was of waking up naked with the three men nearby before the horrific ordeal began.
When it was over the woman left the flat before realising that she had left her phone behind. She was allowed back in.
Nouri then pinned her down and raped her again before 'pushing' her out of the flat, judges heard.
Judges said the woman was found in a 'very distressed state' shortly after she left the flat and police were called.
Mr Justice Hamblen said that before 'imprisonment for the public protection' could be imposed, courts had to be satisfied that there was a 'significant risk' to the public of serious harm through the 'commission of further specified offences'.
He added: 'There was insufficient evidence to justify the finding of dangerousness made and an imprisonment for public protection should not therefore have been imposed.'
Both men admitted rape at Preston Crown Court in November 2011.

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These are the terrorists Hague and his Con/Lib/Lab pals are supporting

These are the terrorists Hague and his Con/Lib/Lab pals are supporting | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Syrian Rebels Ransack Christian Churches

Shocking images have emerged which show the aftermath of Christian churches ransacked by NATO-backed Syrian rebels, illustrating once again how western powers are supporting Muslim extremists in their bid to achieve regime change in the middle east.

A photograph provided to us by a Christian woman in Homs, scene of some of the bloodiest clashes of the conflict, shows a member of the Free Syrian Army posing with a looted Catholic cross in one hand and a gun in the other while wearing a priest’s robe.
“Everyone knows simply removing these garments from the church is a sin. The priest is the only one who wears them too. They even pray before putting them on. Him posing in front of the funeral car as well is disgusting to the max,” our source told us.
“They destroyed the church and went in to film it. I know this for a fact.”
“The Robes can only be worn by Deacons or Priests or Sub-Deacons, and they a Christian man wouldn’t hold a Cross in one hand and a gun in another,” the woman adds
Another image shows a ransacked church in Bustan al-Diwan (Old Homs).

While Syrian rebels busy themselves ransacking Christian churches, they also rallying around the Al-Qaeda flag just as their counterparts did in Libya.


Why are western governments who are supposed to be engaged in a ‘war on terror’ against radical Muslim terrorists handing those very same terrorists control over entire countries?


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