Thursday, March 1, 2012
Afghan paedophile Sajjad Ahmadzai rapes 13 year young girl in Pollockshields area of Glasgow, this person should be deported after his sentence
Asylum is something which any civilised country should be proud of; people fleeing persecution have to be protected.
Sajjad Ahmadzai came to Britain from Afghanistan in 2007 claiming asylum after his wife and child were killed.
His claim for asylum was rejected.
But rather than be decent, Ahmadzai spat in the face of the country that offered him help and he became a paedophile.
Ahmadzai went on to rape two young girls and indecently assaulted a young man as he slept.
At Court Sajjad Ahmadzai has been convicted and jailed for nine years and placed on the sex offenders register indefinitely.
In 2010 and 2011 Ahmadzai committed a brutal series of sexual assaults, including repeatedly raping a 13-year-old girl.
That incident happened at a property in the Pollockshields area of Glasgow.
The judge, John Beckett QC, said:
"You knew her age and you knew her mother offered no protection from you. You gave her alcohol and took advantage of her youth and vulnerability."
The judge also said Ahmadzai's rape of a 15-year-old girl in Rutherglen had "a profound and damaging" impact on the victim.
The Afghani was also earlier convicted after a trial of indecently assaulting a young man at a flat in Glasgow when he was asleep.
Beckett told the sex offender:
"It seems to me you engaged in a course of predatory sexual conduct. I consider it necessary to impose a substantial term of imprisonment."
He ordered that Ahmadzai should be kept under supervision for a further four years after he is released from jail.
More than that Sajjad Ahmadzai should be deported back to Afghanistan, he is unfit to be allowed out in our community and poses a substantial risk to children which leaves all unsafe.
People like Sajjad Ahmadzai make it harder for human rights campaigners to garner support for real asylum seekers who genuinely need our protection.
It is time for politicians to stand up for Scottish children, but sadly few will speak out.
The Campaign for Human Rights at Glasgow University