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Teenage girl victim of grooming gang ‘raped by 30 men in just six hours including father and schoolboy son’

  • Campaigner Shaista Gohir detailed abuse by Asian men on Asian girls
  • She claimed schools, community leaders and families were covering it up
  • Ethnic girls particularly at risk of abuse, report claims
  • Asian victims fear reporting abuse in case it brings ‘shame’ on their family
  • Warning came in same week as child sex gang was jailed
  • Birmingham City Council urged to do more to tackle grooming


PUBLISHED: 11:49 GMT, 21 February 2014 | UPDATED: 12:05 GMT, 21 February 2014

Harrowing: Campaigner Shaista Gohir said an Asian girl had been raped by 30 men during a six-hour attack. (Stock picture)

Harrowing: Campaigner Shaista Gohir said an Asian girl had been raped by 30 men during a six-hour attack. (Stock picture)

A teenage girl was groomed and raped by up to 30 Asian men – including a father and his schoolboy son – during an horrific sex attack lasting six hours, an inquiry heard.

Campaigner Shaista Gohir MBE detailed abuse of the young vulnerable Asian girl in a shocking report highlighting how rife grooming was within ethnic communities.

She claimed that sexual exploitation and grooming of young Asian girls by men of the same ethnic origins was happening under the noses of authorities – with community leaders, schools and families are all too ready to dismiss the attacks or even cover them up.

Muslim and women’s rights activist Ms Gohir used the harrowing Birmingham case, involving a teenage girl who was allegedly raped by between 20 to 30 men, to call on authorities to do more to tackle the issue.

The attack was said to have taken place over six hours and included a father and son, who was in school uniform, and taxi drivers who turned up in groups.

The report, presented to Birmingham City Council, followed interviews with 35 victims, as well as several sex attackers from Muslim communities throughout the UK.

Ms Gohir also challenged the popular view that grooming and exploitation, as in high-profile cases in Rochdale and Oxford, was mainly carried out by gangs of Asian men abusing white girls.

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