Former UK Parliamentarian
Lord Nazir Ahmed was sentenced to 5 years and 6 months of imprisonment on charges of child sexual abuse.
Baron Ahmed was convicted last month for attempting to rape a young girl and sexually assaulting a boy under the age of 11 in the 1970s.
As per reports, Lord Nazir Ahmed was found guilty at Sheffield Crown Court of one count of buggery and two counts of attempted rape. During sentencing, Justice Lavender remarked, “Your actions have had profound and lifelong effects on the girl and the boy, who have to live with what you did to them for between 46 and 53 years. Their statements express more eloquently than I ever could how your actions have affected their lives in so many different and damaging ways.”
The jury also found that Ahmed’s brothers Farouq (71) and Tariq (66) had also sexually assaulted the male victim, whom the former Parliamentarian had abused. However, they were deemed unfit to stand trial.
Nazir Ahmed, born 24 April 1957) is a former UK Labour politician of Pakistani origin, he was given a life peerage in 1998 on the recommendation of Tony Blairs Labour Government. He also served as a magistrate.
In 2017, The Lords conduct committee concluded that Lord Ahmed of Rotherham, emotionally and sexually exploited Tahira Zaman who came to him for help. Following a BBC Newsnight investigation, An inquiry into his behaviour was conducted.
Lord Ahmed stated “ the allegations in the report were not true and he would appeal against the decision”
Facing expulsion from the House of Lords, he resigned but continued to be a life Peer.
The Labour peer Lord Ahmed was jailed in 2007 for 12 weeks for dangerous driving after admitting he was texting while driving on a motorway just before being involved in a fatal crash.
Ahmed had previously called for mosques to speak out on the sexual abuse in Rotherham. Lord Ahmed stated:
“It’s important that the community, rather than going silent with shock and with a kind of attitude that this did not exist within our communities, we need to talk about it and we need to nip it in the bud wherever this problem is.”
Tommy Robinson recently released a documentary titled, The Rape of Britain. This documentary highlights the extent of child sexual abuse at the hands of So called grooming gangs.
The Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse (IICSA) Stated, the reprehensible neglect of duty by authorities is due to a widespread fear of appearing to pick on Muslims, and of being called “Islamophobic” in the face of the atrocious truth that Muslim rape gangs thought it was their right to abuse infidel, uncovered girls a recent report stated. The Police, Social services and other agencies failed these victims on an industrial scale.