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Muslim preacher who runs Britain's biggest sharia court denies raping two Dutch women in UK when they were young schoolgirls

As I've maintained all along - Muslim rape gangs were given free rein for the last 45 years. That means it was inevitable that past rapists will have got into positions of power and prestige (politicians, journalists, imams, judges). If they'd been convicted when they were younger, their criminal records would have stopped them from reaching such heights of power. Like Aylesbury, Telford, Blackpool, Birmingham, Bradford... the town of Nuneaton was another place where the EDL held protests. This man may not be guilty, but there will be hundreds of powerful men who are guilty.


A Muslim cleric who has worked towards opening sharia law courts in the UK has been questioned over historic rape claims.

Faiz-ul-Aqtab Siddiqi, 51, voluntarily spoke to officers looking into claims two Dutch women were sexually abused when they were children in the 1990s.

The women went to West Midlands Police over allegations they were attacked while staying with the sheikh's religious community in the UK, Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf reported.

Mr Siddiqi told the paper the claims were 'unfounded' and were part of a campaign to discredit his family.

A West Midlands Police spokesman said: 'A 51-year-old man from Nuneaton has been voluntary interviewed in relation to allegations of historical rape cases. Enquiries remain on-going.'

Lawyer Sheikh Faiz-ul-Aqtab Siddiqi is principal of a religious college outside Nuneaton, Warwickshire.

He was a leading figure in protests against Charlie Hebdo magazine after 11 of their journalists were massacred by Muslim extremists 

He helped set up Muslim Arbitration Tribunal panels around the UK in 2007, described in 2008 as Britain's first legally binding sharia courts. 

Speaking about the courts at the time, he said: 'This method is called alternative dispute resolution, which for Muslims is what the sharia courts are.'

The courts were criticised at the time, with then shadow home secretary Dominic Grieve said: 'These tribunals have no place in passing binding decisions in divorce or criminal justice hearings.'

After Theresa May announced an independent review into Sharia Courts in Britain, Mr Siddiqi hit back. 

He said: 'What about ecclesiastical courts [and the] hundreds of other tribunals out there – professional, industrial, all sorts. Are they a threat to the British way of life? Have they become a parallel system? No. So why is it just Muslims? It is Islamophobia. It is exactly the same intolerance that Isis and al-Qaeda and these guys preach.'

His father, renowned Sufi Muslim scholar Hazrat Mujadid Abdul Wahab Siddiqi, founded Hijaz Manor where the preacher lives today. 

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