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Jihad Watch: UK Muslim Sex Slave Horror Is 'Extraordinary'

By    |   Thursday, 12 Feb 2015 06:23 PM

The revelation that hundreds of Muslim gangs are turning girls into sex slaves in the United Kingdom — and not being prosecuted — is an "extraordinary" finding that must be investigated and stopped, says Robert Spencer, director of the terrorism watchdog Jihad Watch.

"It's extraordinary. There have been well over tens of thousands of girls, some people estimate as many as a million girls all over Britain who have been abducted, victimized, brutalized, pressed into prostitution and sex slavery by Muslim gangs," Spencer said Thursday on "The Steve Malzberg Show" on Newsmax TV.

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"[These gangs] are operating according to the Quran's permission to men to take infidel girls, the captives of the right hand, and use them as slaves. It's the same justification that the Islamic State used when it abducted all of those Yezidi and Christian women and that Boko Haram used in Nigeria.

Spencer said the girls being abducted are non-Muslim.

"In the Quran, they have to be non-Muslim. It's just another manifestation of Islamic supremacism," he said.

"But the worst aspect of the story is that British authorities have known about this for years, have covered up the extent of it, have declined to prosecute and are continuing to do so for fear of charges of racism, Islamophobia and of losing Muslim votes.

"It's only now coming out, the extent of this, but it is still going on. There are still girls being abducted. Some of the victims … see their abductors driving around free, unstopped, uninvestigated and they even have new girls in the cars with them."

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