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Wednesday, 30 May 2012

Sikhs protest at lack of police action in Luton

Hundreds of members of the Luton Sikh community protested outside local police station amid claims police were failing to properly investigate a sex attack on a young Sikh woman.

This is no surprise. In a certain sense the police cannot act. Why? Because, as everybody else seems to know, this is a Muslim problem - this could be yet another case of Muslim COMMUNITY-ABUSE. That is, this sex attack, and the huge problem of Muslim grooming and rape-gangs, is not factored in by the police. (Muslim rape-gangs go back to Muhammad and are now asserting their Islamic rights, on a massive scale, in places like Sweden, Norway and Paris.)

The problem is, if the Muslim-reality of these problems is not seen as a Muslim problem (or threat), either for reasons of the politically-correct law, which treats all minority groups as victims or as children, or a case of police stupidity, then these problems will remain problems.

In terms of the actual protest. Police said they were negotiating with the protesters staging the “sit down” protest outside the Buxton Road police station.

These Sikhs are protesting about the case of a young Sikh woman, who has not been identified, was reportedly beaten and sexually assaulted in the Bedfordshire town by a "Muslim man".

On Wednesday night, Bedfordshire Police confirmed they were “in talks” with the protesters to try and “resolve the situation” amid fears of rising tensions.

Reports suggested that more than 300 locals were involved in the protest because of “lack of action” from police over Monday’s attack.

There were reports that members of the English Defence League were also among the crowd. The EDL has to be careful about focusing on this problem in ways that are at odds with the Sikh community. But Luton EDL members have as much right to be outraged by this case than anyone else - not just professionals in suits or leftists with professional careers.

Locals reported that the “community … feels the police could do more with regards to the investigation and current situation”. And, as I said, unless the nature of the problem is not recognised, the police will always have one arm tied behind their backs.

The police, councillors and others will of course tell us that sexual abuse 'occurs in all communities'. We agree! But in the grooming cases, we have many cases of Muslim COMMUNITY-ABUSE in which many Muslim males of the same community are involved. In the Sikh woman case, the Muslim community will deny everything and do nothing. The Sikh woman would have almost certainly have been chosen, by the Muslim offender, because of her non-Muslim background.

Concerns were also raised that police were set to release the accused sex attacker amid fears it fuel rising tensions.

Detectives have arrested a man, who has not been identified, in connection with the attack.

On Tuesday night a Bedfordshire police spokesman said: “Police in Luton are currently in talks with members of the Sikh community who are holding a sit down protest outside the Buxton Road police station this evening (Tues May 29).
“Their concerns follow a report that a young woman from their community was sexually assaulted yesterday (Mon May 28).

“The allegation is currently subject of an investigation and all parties involved are being spoken with to establish the facts.”
She added: “One man has been arrested in connection with the allegation and enquiries continue.

“Police are working to resolve the situation this evening with the community leaders.”
Police declined to comment further or disclose the nationality of the arrested man.

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