Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Police protect girls forced to convert to Islam

It's about time that the Politically Correct British government pulls it head from it's arse and recognizes there is a major invasion of radical Islamists in Britain.  That the Muslim immigrant population actually carries on it's barbaric  Muslim practices under the noses of British authority speaks to the magnitude of the Muslim invasion.  Forced conversions are just one of several barbaric practices carried out by Muslim immigrants.  Female Genital Mutilation is perhaps the most barbaric, followed by "honor killings" of female Muslims who "dishonor" their family.

When you import barbarians, you import all their barbaric practices.


Police protect girls forced to convert to Islam

Last updated at 17:22pm on 22.02.07

Extremist Muslims who force vulnerable teenage girls to convert to Islam are being targeted by police, Met chief Sir Ian Blair has revealed.
Police are working with universities to clamp down on "aggressive conversions" during which girls are beaten up and forced to abandon university courses.

The Hindu Forum of Britain claims hundreds of mostly Sikh and Hindu girls have been intimidated by Muslim men who take them out on dates before terrorising them until they convert.

Sir Ian spoke about the problem at a conference organised by the forum.
A Met spokesman said: "Neighbourhood officers work with university authorities in London and we would encourage anyone targeted in this way to seek help and support and where necessary use third party reporting facilities if they do not want to contact police directly."

Ramesh Kallidai, of the Hindu Forum of Britain, said: "Some girls are petrified because they are constantly being phoned up, having their door knocked.
"One girl was beaten up on the street and others have been forced to leave university."
 Met police chiefs are to review a controversial stop-and-search power used in the fight against terrorism. Assistant commissioner Andy Hayman, the overall head of Britain's anti-terrorist operations, said he had concerns about the number of stops carried out in London using Section 44 legislation.