Mum Bashiran Bibi, of 2 Brothers Jailed for life, says It’s Girls Fault, Looking for Men, Instead Playing Toys

Mother of two of the abusers brothers, Akhtar Dogar, 32, and Anjum Dogar, 31, said they were innocent and accused police, social services and the girls themselves of being complicit in ­creating Britain’s “grooming culture”.

Mrs Dogar, believed to be called Bashira, defends her sons and blames victims, she said: “These girls should be playing with toys. If they start having ‘affair’ at ten, by 15 they are proper ladies.”

Brothers Akhtar, 32, and Anjum Dogar, 31, were both given life sentences and were told they would serve a minimum of 17 years each before being considered for release.

Both of her sons were found guilty of Assault, child trafficking. Akhtar, known as “Spider”, and Anjum, known as “Jammy” to their ­victims, helped organise “parties” where men would pay for illicit relations.

A 15-year-old victim was abused by Akhtar for three days after running away from a children’s home in 2006. Many other teenage victim girls were sold by brothers to other men.

But speaking at her home in the Cowley Road area of Oxford, the Dogars’ mother said her sons are innocent.

She said: “On the news they say the girls went from Oxford to London on the train. Are they not old enough then?

“She was looking for a boy (at a station in London). No one pressurised her, you can see that.

“Nobody can feel sorry for them unless they’re sorry themselves.

“In a Muslim community girls are focused on study. Why did they (the authorities) let this happen?”

7 members of gang, the two Dogar brothers along with two Karrar Brothers ( Mohammed Karrar, 38, Bassam Karrar, 33 ) and 3 others – Kamar Jamil, 27, Assad Hussain, 32, and Zeeshan Ahmed, 27, who groomed girls as young as 12 and subjected them abuse over the course of eight years have been sentenced to at least 95 years in prison.

Karrar Brothers were also given life sentences. Mohammed Karrar was told he will serve a minimum of 20 years in prison and his younger brother Bassam Karrar will serve 15 years before they will be considered for release.

Kamar Jamil was handed a life sentence with a minimum of 12 years to be served.

Assad Hussain and Zeeshan Ahmed were both sentenced to five and two-year terms running consecutively; making a total of seven years each.