It is a sick tragedy for one young shy British girl known as Sarah. She was captured from her local Tesco’s car park and kept prisoner for 12 years. This poor girl was repeatedly raped and beaten by a man she only met a half an hour earlier.
When she was captured she was only 15 years old. Later, she was forced into marriage and during that time, she had 8 different forced abortions. Before all of this, Sarah never even had a boyfriend before.
Meanwhile, the police didn’t even lift a finger to help her, out of fear of being called a racist. Sarah’s family pleaded with police to help and find her for years.
Essentially, they let down the very people they promised to protect. Sarah’s family continued to search for her on their own without luck. “The police kept saying leave it a few days, she’ll come back,” says her mother Janet today. “But she never did.”
Clearly there is a problem that desperately needs addressed. This kind of thing is happening elsewhere as well. Muslims like these need to be dealt with immediately.
House of Lords cross bencher Baroness Caroline Cox has since become involved with Sarah’s case. The Baroness describes her case as the most serious example of sex grooming yet to emerge in this country.
“I know Sarah and her family,” explained Baroness Cox. “Every sex grooming case is terrible. But the length and cruelty of her abduction make it the worst I’ve ever known.”
This girls real identity is not Sarah but being used as protection. Her captors forced Sarah to learn the Koran in Arabic and she was only allowed to speak in the Pakistani languages of Urdu and Punjabi.
Sarah’s brother eventually discovered the location of where she was being held. Her family also risked their lives to try and find her. Her brother was told that he couldn’t enter and was later forced to leave. Luckily, he was not harmed.
Other mothers, friends and family have also searched for their missing children to no avail. Incredibly, these people were threatened by police and harassed. Court cases pile up without any justice done yet. Many are left wondering when will this end and what will be done?
(Source: Voice Of Europe)