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Submitted by Muslimk (India), Sep 21, 2014 at 12:07

Rotherham Syndrome is not unique to that particular place itself.It is widespread everywhere in U.K,where unemployment is very high.Muslim gangs take advantage of poor economic status of natives in the council estates by luring them for Arab enjoyment!! ... It is the fault of successive Governments in U.K to turn blind eye to increasing Muslim immigration and fear and so called political correctness resulting in Rotheram Syndrome.

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