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UK: Muslim Community Vilifies Mother After She Reports Local Imam To Police For Molesting Her Two Young Sons


Moral of the story? Some members of the Muslim community must believe that it is perfectly ok to sexually assault young children

“AN IMAM who sexually assaulted two boys has been jailed for three years.

Yazeid Osama Aqqad, 24, of Alfreton Road, Radford, touched one boy when he was sitting on his lap on two occasions and abused another boy after inviting him to sit on his lap.

The mother of the two boys has been ‘vilified’ by the Muslim community for reporting the assaults, Nottingham Crown Court heard.

She has been subjected to ‘a number of unpleasant incidents’ including an episode at her home and damage to her car, Sarah Knight, prosecuting, said.

The mother told the court she felt the acts were aimed at encouraging her to withdraw the allegations because in the eyes of the Muslim community, she had committed a sin.

Aqqad denied the offences during his trial, but was found guilty unanimously of three allegations of sexual assault on a male child under the age of 13 years.

Judge Andrew Hamilton disqualified him from working with children and ordered him to sign the sex offenders’ register for life.

Muslim leaders in Nottingham who were contacted by the Post condemned Aqqad’s actions and said the mother was absolutely right to report him.

Councillor Mohammed Ibrahim, who represents Berridge ward on the city council said: ‘There are people in every community who break laws and if someone is found to have broken the law, they should be punished.'” Source – This Is Nottingham.

  1. 04/05/2012 at 7:53 AM

    No law is there to be broken and person who is involved in such crime must be brought to justice. Eventually Imam will get a lesson from this.

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