About MARIAS

Mothers Against Radical Islam & Sharia
Toni Bugle founder MARIAS - MothersAgainst Radical Islam and Sharia

Toni Bugle, founder of MARIAS

CLICK HERE to read a summary of …

  • Toni Bugle’s personal story of violent sexual abuse (by non-Muslim “friends” of the family)
  • Her first encounter, years ago, with a 12 year old girl being pimped out by Muslims
  • Why Toni started MARIAS (Mothers Against Radical Islam & Sharia)
  • How political correctness is enabling Muslim rape gangs to spread far and wide across Britain
  • Several examples of MARIAS at work — helping victims of Muslim sexual abuse

CLICK HERE to read a Letter of Support from Baroness Caroline Cox.

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Toni Bugle, MARIAS Founder

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One person's journey could change the lives of many others. William is brave and I can honestly say one of the sweetest men I've got to know.
I wish him and his loved one safety and happiness in life.

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1) Shakil Chapra

A former part-time bus driver who spouts hatred on YouTube using the name Abu Haleema.

He was stripped of his passport in 2014 over fears he wanted to join IS in Syria and was quizzed by police about his association with a British schoolboy later jailed for life for encouraging a man in Australia to carry out an atrocity.

2) Murat Kocchat

An extremist thought to be of Turkish-Kurdish origin. He has been photographed attending Al-Muhajiroun rallies and was caught on camera in the Channel 4 documentary listening closely to Shamsuddin sermon.

3) Abdul Muquith

Using the name Abu Sayfillaah, Muquith posts lectures on YouTube in which he says Muslims must never mingle or live with non-Muslims. It is understood his face was obscured in the documentary because he was then under police investigation.

4) Khuram Butt

The mastermind of the London Bridge terror attack in June 2017 that left eight people dead. The married father of two was described as a ‘heavyweight’ member of Al-Muhajiroun.

5) Emmanuel Kelly Asamoah

A regular at Al-Muhajiroun rallies, Asamoah was photographed at a 2014 demonstration outside the Indian High Commission in London with extremists including Siddhartha Dhar, who fled to Syria in 2014.

6) Adinan Abdulatif

An extremist from Barking, East London, Abdulatif was involved in credit card fraud with Butt in the months before the London Bridge atrocity. He later pleaded guilty to fraud.

7) Taha Hussain

The 21-year-old from Slough, Berkshire, was jailed for four-and-a-half years in 2017 for making a video outside Windsor Castle in which he pledged to kill non-believers.

Identified for first time... the jihadis next door
Standing shoulder-to-shoulder in London's Regent's Park, eight men stand in prayer behind a black flag used by groups including Islamic State.
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Identified for the first time... the jihadis next door: The eight men who stood in prayer behind ISIS flag in London

Identified for first time... the jihadis next door
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THREE people have been arrested this morning (Friday, May 31) as part of an investigation into the organised sexual exploitation of children in Blackpool.
They were detained in a series of dawn raids at addresses in the town and are currently in custody. They have all been arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual assault.
Today’s activity is the latest stage of a complex investigation into what we believe is the co-ordinated and organised grooming and sexual abuse of a group of vulnerable young girls by older men.
Detective Inspector Eric Halford, of West Police, said: “Today’s activity is part of an on-going investigation into the sexual exploitation of young girls. We are determined to protect vulnerable children in Blackpool and elsewhere and to disrupt the harmful activity of groups we identify as grooming and exploiting youngsters.
“I’m grateful for the co-operation and support of the local community and partner agencies during today’s activity. I hope that the public are reassured that when concerns are raised we will take action. I also hope that what we have done today will help encourage anyone who experienced abuse to come forward and speak to us. We will listen to victims and support them as well as bring offenders to justice.”
“Lancashire Constabulary is committed to preventing child sexual abuse, helping victims and bringing offenders to justice. It is a crime that can affect any child, anytime, anywhere - regardless of their social or ethnic background.
“It involves offenders grooming youngsters and using their power to sexually abuse them. It can take many forms, whether it occurs through a seemingly 'consensual' relationship with an older boyfriend, or a young person having sex in return for attention, gifts, alcohol or cigarettes.
“Sexual exploitation is child abuse and, although they may not realise it, it puts the young victim at huge risk of damage to their physical, emotional and psychological health.
“There are dedicated teams of people working right across Lancashire from many different organisations to help victims escape the cycle of abuse.
“The teams work closely with young people who are being exploited to firstly get them to recognise that they have been, or are being, exploited and to find ways of helping them to break free from the position they find themselves coerced into.
Anyone with concerns about child exploitation should call 101. In an emergency always dial 999.”
Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw said: "Tackling child sexual exploitation and supporting victims of exploitation has been a priority from the start of my role as Police and Crime Commissioner in Lancashire and working with other agencies we will continue to do all we can to ensure that children are protected and pursue and prosecute criminals who exploit them.
"Often young people don’t see themselves as victims and so are less likely to speak to police, but there are dedicated teams of people working right across Lancashire from many different organisations to help victims recognise that they have been, or are being, exploited and to help them escape the cycle of abuse.
"I set up Nest Lancashire to ensure children and young people across the county can access the support they need if they have been a victim of crime or are worried about what is happening to them. Specialist support for victims of child sexual exploitation is an important part of the service."
For more information about CSE and our approach see our website socsi.in/iA2Rv
Those arrested are:
1) A 17-year old boy arrested at an address on Clifton Drive
2) A 28-year-old man arrested at an address on Westmorland Avenue
3) A 15-year-old boy arrested at an address on Westmorland AvenueTHREE people have been arrested this morning (Friday, May 31) as part of an investigation into the organised sexual exploitation of children in Blackpool.
They were detained in a series of dawn raids at addresses in the town and are currently in custody. They have all been arrested on suspicion of rape and sexual assault.
Today’s activity is the latest stage of a complex investigation into what we believe is the co-ordinated and organised grooming and sexual abuse of a group of vulnerable young girls by older men.
Detective Inspector Eric Halford, of West Police, said: “Today’s activity is part of an on-going investigation into the sexual exploitation of young girls. We are determined to protect vulnerable children in Blackpool and elsewhere and to disrupt the harmful activity of groups we identify as grooming and exploiting youngsters.
“I’m grateful for the co-operation and support of the local community and partner agencies during today’s activity. I hope that the public are reassured that when concerns are raised we will take action. I also hope that what we have done today will help encourage anyone who experienced abuse to come forward and speak to us. We will listen to victims and support them as well as bring offenders to justice.”
“Lancashire Constabulary is committed to preventing child sexual abuse, helping victims and bringing offenders to justice. It is a crime that can affect any child, anytime, anywhere - regardless of their social or ethnic background.
“It involves offenders grooming youngsters and using their power to sexually abuse them. It can take many forms, whether it occurs through a seemingly 'consensual' relationship with an older boyfriend, or a young person having sex in return for attention, gifts, alcohol or cigarettes.
“Sexual exploitation is child abuse and, although they may not realise it, it puts the young victim at huge risk of damage to their physical, emotional and psychological health.
“There are dedicated teams of people working right across Lancashire from many different organisations to help victims escape the cycle of abuse.
“The teams work closely with young people who are being exploited to firstly get them to recognise that they have been, or are being, exploited and to find ways of helping them to break free from the position they find themselves coerced into.
Anyone with concerns about child exploitation should call 101. In an emergency always dial 999.”
Lancashire's Police and Crime Commissioner Clive Grunshaw said: "Tackling child sexual exploitation and supporting victims of exploitation has been a priority from the start of my role as Police and Crime Commissioner in Lancashire and working with other agencies we will continue to do all we can to ensure that children are protected and pursue and prosecute criminals who exploit them.
"Often young people don’t see themselves as victims and so are less likely to speak to police, but there are dedicated teams of people working right across Lancashire from many different organisations to help victims recognise that they have been, or are being, exploited and to help them escape the cycle of abuse.
"I set up Nest Lancashire to ensure children and young people across the county can access the support they need if they have been a victim of crime or are worried about what is happening to them. Specialist support for victims of child sexual exploitation is an important part of the service."
For more information about CSE and our approach see our website socsi.in/iA2Rv

Those arrested are:
1) A 17-year old boy arrested at an address on Clifton Drive
2) A 28-year-old man arrested at an address on Westmorland Avenue
3) A 15-year-old boy arrested at an address on Westmorland Avenue
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