A Kenton man accused of a sex attack in a five-star hotel in Kensington appeared in court today.
Ahmed Ahmed, of Bellamy House in Preston Hill, is charged alongside four other men in connection with the alleged attack at the Royal Garden Hotel in March last year. He is accused of charged with aiding and abetting sexual assault by another.
Four other men appeared alongside Ahmed at Hammersmith Magistrates Court. Hisham Abdel-Malek, 24, from Shepherds Bush, and Mohamed-akram Gournati, 24, from Earl’s Court, faces identical charges to Ahmed.
Mohammed Aneizi, 26, from Ealing, is accused of rape and Gurkhan Suleyman, 28, from Dorset, is charged with attempted rape.
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The woman attacked was probably a Kafir (non-Muslim) since, her rape is permitted when jihad is being waged in a country.