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Published: 19 Oct 2009

BRITISH virgin girls as young as 12 are being sold to mega-rich Arabs for sex at up to £50,000 a time.

Parents force the schoolgirls into prostitution and then sell them to millionaire paedophiles.

Vice Squad cops nicked three women and a man from Manchester after secretly filming them offering to pimp six girls aged between 14 and 23 at a five-star West London hotel.

They also taped the gang bragging how they were prepared to peddle even younger, prepubescent girls.

The gang - described as being "like something out of TV's Shameless" with most unemployed or on benefits also had links to Newcastle and Liverpool.

A senior insider said: "This is about as sick as it gets.

"These are among the youngest girls we've found being offered for sex.

"This gang was extremely greedy - it was all about the money. Sex with a virgin aged 12 or under cost anything up to £50,000.

"Our inquiries continue and we expect more arrests."

Sex trafficking of children born here is extremely rare. Detectives normally see foreign kids from Eastern Europe, the Far East and Africa bought here to work as sex slaves.

An NSPCC spokesperson said: "Unscrupulous traffickers are controlling and terrorising vulnerable children within the UK, forcing some into the sex industry and abusing and exploiting many others.

"When the police and other agencies find these children, they need to provide immediate protection and support to help them overcome their ordeal.

"We urge anyone who fears a child is being exploited to call the police, children's services or the NSPCC."

Meanwhile, the Yard's Clubs and Vice Unit, known as CO14, is expected to take full responsibility for targeting the multi-million pound sex trafficking trade in London.

As well as stopping foreign sex slaves being smuggled into the UK, they will investigate home-grown prostitution rings.

There is likely to be an explosion in sex trafficking in the run-up to the 2012 Olympics.

Last week, several leading charities wrote to Met Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson urging him not merge the force's stand-alone Human Trafficking Team into the Vice Squad when Home Office funding ends shortly.

But Clubs and Vice are considered more than capable of taking on the big trafficking jobs.

* If you have concerns about a child's welfare, call the NSPCC Helpline on 0808 800 5000

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The only difference now and then are they have video tapes to catch the story on a camera but this stuff has been around since the beginning of civilization.

Gross how people act like animals.

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waheguru....thats shocking to the point of dis-belief...truly what is this world coming to?

slok mÚ 3 ]

salok ma 3 ||

Salok, Third Mehla:

jgqu jlµdw riK lY AwpxI ikrpw Dwir ]

jagath jala(n)dhaa rakh lai aapanee kirapaa dhhaar ||

The world is going up in flames - shower it with Your Mercy, and save it!

ijqu duAwrY aubrY iqqY lYhu aubwir ]

jith dhuaarai oubarai thithai laihu oubaar ||

Save it, and deliver it, by whatever method it takes.

siqguir suKu vyKwilAw scw sbdu bIcwir ]

sathigur sukh vaekhaaliaa sachaa sabadh beechaar ||

The True Guru has shown the way to peace, contemplating the True Word of the Shabad.

nwnk Avru n suJeI hir ibnu bKsxhwru ]1]

naanak avar n sujhee har bin bakhasanehaar ||1||

Nanak knows no other than the Lord, the Forgiving Lord. ||1||

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As Keerpa said, this kind of stuff has been happening for ages, just that now as technology has advanced, news travels to every corner of the world. Much much stiffer penalties should be put in place for such heinous crimes. But I guess what else can we expect from a society (the world) where naked bodies are paraded in front of us everywhere we go, and we are encouraged to run after kaam.

iesu kiljug mih krm Drmu n koeI ]

eis kalijug mehi karam dhharam n koee ||

In this Dark Age of Kali Yuga, no one is interested in good karma, or Dharmic faith.

klI kw jnmu cMfwl kY Gir hoeI ]

kalee kaa janam cha(n)ddaal kai ghar hoee ||

This Dark Age was born in the house of evil.

nwnk nwm ibnw ko mukiq n hoeI ]4]10]30]

naanak naam binaa ko mukath n hoee ||4||10||30||

O Nanak, without the Naam, the Name of the Lord, no one is liberated. ||4||10||30||

As Dhan Bhai Gurdaas Jee says,

icMqwmix guru Cif kY icMqwmix icMqw n gvwey]

chi(n)thaaman gur shhadd kai chi(n)thaaman chi(n)thaa n gavaaeae||

The traditional wish fulfilling fabulous gem (chintamani) cannot remove anxiety if one could not cultivate the Guru, chintamani.

icqvxIAw lK rwiq idhu qRws n iqRsnw Agin buJwey]

chithavaneeaa lakh raath dhihu thraas n thrisanaa agan bujhaaeae||

Many hopes and disappointments scare man day in and day out and the fire of desires it never quenched.

suienw rupw Aglw mwxk moqI AMig hMFwey]

sueinaa rupaa agalaa maanak mothee a(n)g ha(n)dtaaeae||

Plenty of gold, wealth, rubies and pearls are worn by man.

pwt ptMbr pYnH kY coAw cMdn mih mhkwey]

paatt patta(n)bar painh kai choaa cha(n)dhan mehi mehakaaeae||

Wearing silken garment scatters around the fragrance of sandal etc.

hwQI GoVy pwKry mhl bgIcy suPl Plwey]

haathhee ghorrae paakharae mehal bageechae sufal falaaeae||

Man keeps elephants, horses, palaces, and fruit laden gardens.

suMdir nwrI syj suKu mwieAw moih Doih lptwey]

su(n)dhar naaree saej sukh maaeiaa mohi dhhohi lapattaaeae||

Enjoying the pleasure-giving bed along with beautiful women, he remains engrossed in many deceptions and infatuations.

bldI AMdir qylu ijau Awsw mnsw duiK ivhwey]

baladhee a(n)dhar thael jio aasaa manasaa dhukh vihaaeae||

They all are fuels to the fire and man spends life in the sufferings of hopes and desires

gur pUry ivxu jm puir jwey ]14]

gur poorae vin jam pur jaaeae ||14||

He has to reach the abode of Yama (death God) if he remains without the perfect Guru.(14)

I bow down to Dhan Guru Nanak Sahib Jee repeatedly who have given the knowledge of bibek to humanity, so we could differentiate right from wrong.

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