Source: Germany’s migrants, refugees & asylum seekers sexually assault thousands, map shows | World | News | Daily Express
THE terrifying scale of migrant sex attacks in Germany has been laid bare in a new map detailing the thousands of locations where women and children have been raped and abused in 2016 alone.
Shocking figures show 2,125 people were sexually assaulted, 199 were raped and and 380 were molested in swimming baths by a combination of refugees or non-German nationals this year.There were also 319 murders and attempted murders committed by foreign nationals and migrants in 2016, 14 of which were committed against children.Migrants were responsible for 59 terror offences in Angela Merkel’s country since the start of the year and 112 incidents of arson.
The map shows the volume of depraved sex attacks spreads the length and breadth of Germany, prompting calls for the Government to prevent the same happening in Britain by making sure migrants adhere to British laws and values.Sickeningly, children are often the target of foreign sexual deviants across Germany, with 26 minors raped, 633 assaulted and 286 molested at swimming pools in 2016.The revealing data, compiled by a German group called XYEinzelfall, also includes an incident of a 10-year-old boy being raped by an Iraqi man in the Theresienbad public swimming baths in Austria.
XYEinzelfall is attempting to expose “the covering up and keeping secret of these attacks” in the wake of the staggering volume of sexual assaults reported on New Year’s Eve in places such as Cologne.A spokesperson for XYEinelfall told Express.co.uk: “There is a problem for sure. Women are harassed on the streets everyday.“Women are forced to put their eyes on the ground when they encounter groups of migrants, in order to avoid harassment, but they get harassed anyway.“Some old ladies have been attacked in their own homes.”
In Cologne on New Year’s Eve alone 1,222 women reported being sexually assaulted or robbed but 211 of these cases have been suspended by police due to a lack of evidence.It has prompted German authorities to increase the number of police tenfold to 1,500 in Cologne in a bid to avoid a repeat of the sheer volume of sex crimes during end of year celebrations.