And they would never have been assaulted if these Syrian Muslim reprobates had never been allowed into the country.
Four Syrian immigrants are charged after two girls, 14, ‘were sexually assaulted yards from Newcastle’s St James’ Park just weeks after one of the men entered the UK’
The two teenage girls were allegedly sexually assaulted in May at Leazes Park (pictured) which is just yards away from the home of Newcastle United, St James’ Park
- Omar Badreddin, 18, Mohammed Alfrouh, 20, and Mohammad Allakkoud, 18, have pleaded not guilty to sexually assaulting a girl, 14, in Newcastle
- A 16-year-old Syrian boy has also been charged with sexual assault
- Mr Badreddin arrived in UK under the government’s resettlement scheme
- So far 1,602 Syrians – including Mr Badreddin – have arrived in the country
Four Syria immigrants have been charged after two 14-year-old girls were allegedly sexually assaulted – just yards from Newcastle United’s stadium.
Omar Badreddin, 18, Mohammed Alfrouh, 20, and Mohammad Allakkoud, 18, all pleaded not guilty at Newcastle Crown Court on Friday.
Alfrouh was also charged with sexually assaulting a second 14-year-old girl in the park, to which he has pleaded not guilty.
A 16-year-old boy has also been charged with sexual assault and will appear at North Tyneside Magistrates on September 29.