An Iraqi migrant was arrested in Germany on Tuesday on suspicion of rape, attempted rape, and attempted murder.
The 31-year old married migrant and father is said to have raped a 21-year-old Chinese student attending Ruhr University in August, and raped another Chinese student at the same university, 27 years of age, in mid-November.
“What the Afghans are doing is not wrong in Afghanistan, so your rules are completely alien to them.”
News of the Muslim migrant’s arrest comes less than a week after an Afghan migrant in Germany was arrested for the brutal rape and murder of 19-year-old university student Maria Ladenburger, the daughter of an E.U. official.
Ladenburger was attacked on her way home from a party. Dragged from her bicycle, Ms. Ladenburger was beaten viciously, raped, and dumped in the Dreisam River to drown.
Last Thursday, an Algerian migrant in Lesbos, Greece, was arrested for the attempted rape of a 22-year-old woman.
These horrific incidents come less than a month before New Year’s Eve — the one-year anniversary of the sickening mass sexual assaults which occurred in cities across Germany last year.
What should have been a safe, joyous night out became a living nightmare of rape and rapine as thousands of migrants wrought havoc throughout the evening. There were at least five rapes reported, and thousands of sexual assaults and robberies. German authorities counted nearly 2,000 victims.
Nearly a year on from that terrible night, and it is an undeniable, inescapable fact that mass migration of Muslim men into Europe has brought with it an epidemic of rape and sexual assault.
Muslim men from war-torn regions of the Middle East and North Africa are, compared to Westerners, often deeply misogynistic. They largely come from countries in which women live as second-class citizens and have few rights. They, in many cases, have been raised in societies where a non-Muslim woman who doesn’t cover her head, elbows, and knees is seen as a justifiable target for sexual assault. They come from countries where men can legally beat their wives, and women who are raped end up being imprisoned for adultery.
“What the Afghans are doing is not wrong in Afghanistan, so your rules are completely alien to them,” a Kabul hotelier told the Gatestone Institute, which tracks Muslim migrant sex crimes, for a report on sex attacks in Sweden.
“Women stay at home in Afghanistan, and if they need to go out they are always accompanied by a man. If you want to stop Afghans from molesting Swedish girls, you need to be tough on them. Making them take classes on equality and how to treat women is pointless,” the hotelier said.