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National sermon on child grooming shunned as a stunt by many Muslims in Oxford
by Ben Wilkinson
Several Oxford mosques did not take part in yesterday's simultaneous anti-grooming sermons held across the country.
Hundred of sermons took place after a gang of seven men from Oxford were given prison sentences totalling at least 95 years for sexually exploiting girls as young as 11 in Oxford. Five were of Pakistani origin and two were from North Africa.
But Oxford Islamic leaders yesterday said it was wrong to link child sex grooming cases to their religion as the abusers were not practising Muslims.
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