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Muslim sex attacks rock 6 countries

Published on Sep 09 2016 // Featured, News, Special Reports

1Women in at least six countries across Europe are paying the price for their leaders’ decision to welcome millions of migrants from cultures deeply hostile to Western values.

A wave of sexual assaults in Cologne, Germany, on New Year’s Eve – and the media cover-up that followed – enraged local citizens. The backlash grew as it became apparent that similar attacks happened in Bielefeld, Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg and Stuttgart.

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Over 100 sexual assaults and robberies were perpetrated by Arab and North African migrants last Friday in Cologne, but Germany is not alone.

The list of countries that have reported a spike in sexual attacks since taking in migrants include:

Austria: Police allegedly tried to cover up evidence of sex attacks in Vienna, Breitbart London reported Friday.
Finland: Police told Agence-France Presse there was “widespread sexual harassment” at a New Year’s Eve event where 1,000 asylum seekers congregated.
France: Two Afghan migrants were arrested in connection with an attempted rape on a passenger train in Paris, Le Parisien reported Thursday.
Germany: A police officer in Cologne told on Thursday that 14 suspects in custody came from Syria; one came from Afghanistan.
Sweden: At least nine women were groped by gangs of migrants in Kalmar.
Switzerland: Six women said they were sexually harassed at a New Year’s Eve event in Zurich, SWI reported Thursday. The attacks were described by the website as “Cologne-style.”

“The idea of multicultural Europe has failed,” Robert Fico, the prime minister of Slovakia, said on Friday, the Telegraph reported. “The migrants cannot be integrated; it’s simply impossible.”

Fico said there was a “clear link” between the sex attacks and the influx of refugees to European nations.

Finnish police echoed what their counterparts in Germany said about crime taking on a wholly different dimension with the arrival of refugees.

“There hasn’t been this kind of harassment on previous New Year’s Eves or other occasions for that matter. This is a completely new phenomenon in Helsinki,” Ilkka Koskimaki, the city’s deputy police chief, told AFP. “The suspects were asylum seekers. The three were caught and taken into custody on the spot.”

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Gunnar Norgren, a police officer in Kalmar, Sweden, had an identical assessment when asked about teenage sex-attack victims in his city.

“We have not really had this phenomenon before. Had it been a single report, someone being groped on the dance floor, then yes, they’ve happened, naturally. But … this is something new,” Norgren said

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