UK Muslim Rape Gang Charged With Trafficking White Girls
Six men, five of which are from Muslim backgrounds, have been charged with the sexual exploitation, trafficking and rape of underage white girls in the town of Rochdale, Northern England.
The charges relate to offences allegedly committed between 2004 and 2008 against three girls aged between 14 and 16 at the time.
Joshim Miah, 31, of Rochdale, is accused of rape and trafficking a person within the UK for sexual exploitation.
Mohammed Sadeer, 27, Naheem Akram, 39, both of Rochdale, and a man, who police say cannot be named for legal reasons, are all also charged with rape.
Ittefaq Yousaf, 25, has been charged with sexual assault and causing or inciting a girl to engage in sexual activity, while Arfan Iqbal, 25, also of Rochdale, is charged with attempted rape.
The men will appear at Bury Magistrates Court later this week, APreports.