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Tsunami of Rapes Engulfs German Migrant Centers

Friday, November 25, 2016 19:25
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180 attacks in the city of Stuttgart alone.

These Muslim men are sending out a clear message about the future of Europe.

180 rapes, assaults and robberies against women and children in just ONE German city

Increasing numbers of female refugees – including youngsters fleeing forced marriages – are abandoning their accommodation centres in Germany to seek sanctuary in battered women centres.
By Allan Hall in Berlin, The Express, Nov 25, 2016

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Increasing numbers of female refugees are seeking sanctuary in battered women centres

In and around Stuttgart alone there were 105 rapes, assaults and robberies of women and 77 against children in the refugee centres, but the local government admits that the number of unreported cases is “significantly larger”.

In the state of Saxony-Anhalt there are no figures available but 20 female shelters have now opened their doors to provide a refuge for battered women and children.

n the university city of Heidelberg, 50 women and 58 children had to flee to a women’s shelter last year from violent husbands or aggressive in-laws.

But more than 135 women and 155 children had to be turned away because there was simply no room for them.

Yadav, a Stuttgart-based counselling centre for young women in danger in forced marriages or “violence in the name of honour”, says the number of cases will rise in the coming years.

The soaring incidents of sexual abuse of women and children in German refugee camps forced Angela Merkel’s government to pledge over £160 million to combat it in April this year.

In the town of Giessen near Frankfurt 15 women in one camp filed complaints to local police of rape and other forms of sexual abuse.

Victim of assaultGETTY

Today is the UN’s international day for the elimination of violence to women and girls

The Ministry for Families, Seniors, Women and Youth (BMFSFJ) will now provide money for the scheme which aims to give better protection to the vulnerable, including the remodelling of migrant centres to give more privacy to females and minors.

Police have for long told of a rising trend of abuse, including rapes, but in the highly-charged political atmosphere that surrounds the whole refugee issue in Germany the problem has largely remained unaddressed.

Municipal authorities will be able to get the money from central government in the form of in zero-interest loans.

Angela Merkel giving speechGETTY

Angela Merkel’s government pledged over £160 million to tackle sexual abuse against German refugees

“Unfortunately we know that children and women in the camps are not safe from abuse and sexual assault. That’s why we have to make sure that they’re protected,” said junior minister Ralf Kleindiek.

“Not only measures regarding staff, but also structural measures have to be implemented such as lockable accommodation units and separate sanitary facilities.

“For the children and adolescents we also need designated rooms to enable play and learning.”

Fuelling the rise in sexual assaults is alcohol.

Many Muslim men are exposed to alcoholic drinks for the first time in their lives, leading to booze binges that end in mayhem.

Stuttgart's square, Germany

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In and around Stuttgart alone there were 105 rapes, assaults and robberies on women

A clampdown on this has started with a ban on all alcohol being brought into any migrant shelter anywhere in the country.

Part of the scheme to clamp down on sex abuse involves working with experts from Unicef to train staff in how to deal with the problem at more than 100 centres.

Around £3 million of the total amount available will be spent on constructing specialist centres to provide counselling for survivors of rape and torture.

The government has also formed a working group in a bid to solve the problem of child marriages.

Hundreds, if not thousands, of those who streamed into Germany in the past 18 months have child brides.

These unions were legal in their homelands but not in Germany where – with some court mandated exceptions – the legal marrying age is 18.

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