Siblings Report Somali Parents To Police After Being ‘Made To Watch ISIS Beheading Video’
Four siblings in the Midlands have been taken into care after reporting their parents for ‘physical and mental abuse’ including being forced to watch a full ISIS beheading video.
The siblings, aged 10-18, are of Somali origin like their parents and were allegedly kept out of school and ‘isolated’ by their parents.
One of the victims, at just 10 years old, suffers from learning difficulties and is reported to be unable to speak due to the trauma following the abuse.
According to shocking court papers, the children were only allowed to leave the house once every three weeks and were kept ‘socially isolated’ from the outside world.
The High Court Judgement said: “The children have complained that their parents expressed support for extremist violence and have expressed anti-semitic, anti-British, homophobic and anti-white views in the home, which the children reject.”
It is unclear when the police were first made aware of the abuse but they first intervened after the eldest child, the 18-year-old daughter, phoned childline and spoke out about the chilling abuse.
Childline’s founder and President called the case ‘horrific’ and is continuing to work to help children escape situations like this one.
Speaking exclusively to Kipper Central, UKIP’s Students Chairman Joe Simons said: “As studies have shown – and a walk around the most multicultural parts of Britain will verify – there are some extremely worrying cultural and religious divides in modern Britain; this appears to be one of the ugliest manifestations of these divides.
“As well as these parents holding the most extreme, anti-British, anti-Semitic and generally anti-human views there are four children whose lives have been upturned by their parents’ extreme Islamism – four children who were very lucky to escape this abuse.
“The safety of British children has to be of the utmost importance and it must be remembered that it’s unlikely that this is a one-off or isolated case.”