A MAN who kidnapped and raped a five-year-old girl has been jailed for life.

Manaf Hussain was told at Leeds Crown Court he will serve a minimum of 10 years behind bars.
The Recorder of Leeds Peter Collier QC told the 32-year-old he was a clear danger to children.
Hussain had served five years in prison for the rape of a 10-year-old girl in 1992.
Just before he was sentenced Hussain, of Carriage Way, Heckmondwike, winked at his wife who was sat in the public gallery.
Mr Recorder Collier told him: “You have shown no real understanding of what this victim has suffered.
“In those circumstances, bearing in mind your history of related offences, and for the protection of the public I pass upon you life imprisonment.
“That period represents the very minimum that you will serve.”
In December a court heard that on September 6 2006 Hussain got into his victim’s Batley home in the middle of the night – using either a key or through an upstairs window – and kidnapped the girl who was sleeping in a room with her older sister. Their mother was asleep in the room next door.
He raped the girl and sexually assaulted her.
Hussain got rid of the white Nissan Micra he used to drive to the girl home and rang police two days after the rape giving a false name and named the child’s mother as the attacker.
She only became aware of the attack the morning after it when her daughters asked why Hussain had been to the house.
A jury of 10 women and two men found Hussain guilty of kidnap, rape and sexual assault.
He was also found guilty of attempting to pervert the course of justice.
In his defence Hussain, who said he had a sexual relationship with the single mother, claimed she had planted his semen in blood found in the five-year-old’s pyjama shorts to frame him after she discovered he was married.
Doctors also found a mark on her older sister which the prosecution said proved the girl’s claim that Hussain had cut her with a knife to silence her on the night.
An order was made banning Hussain from ever working with children.