The New Observer
January 10, 2016
The German Federal Criminal Police (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA) has announced that mass sex attacks are a well-known phenomenon in “Arabic culture,” where it even has a specific name: “taharrush gamea.”
The astonishing admission was made by BKA president Holger Münch in an interview granted to the Welt am Sonntag newspaper in Germany.
According to Münch—a former senator and head of police in the city of Bremen—the BKA is “planning new measures to tackle mass sexual harassment of women,” and it is a “phenomenon that has long been a problem in Arab countries, where it is known as ‘taharrush gamea.’”
“These crimes are committed by groups of young men during large gatherings of people, such as demonstrations, and range from sexual harassment to rape,” Münch told Die Welt am Sonntag, adding that “before now, Germany had never known this sort of thing.”
A common nonwhite crime that the BKA did have prior experience with, he continued, was something known as “antanzen” attacks. These are carried out, he said, mostly by “young North Africans” who surround a distracted victim in a small crowd and steal bags, cell phones, and other valuables. This crime however bears no relation to the mass sex-attacks.
A November 2013 survey revealed that sexual harassment is extremely high and common in all Arab nations, with Iraq, Syria, Sudan, and Somalia—all sources of current “immigrants” into Germany—being listed among the worst nine countries for sex crimes.
The report, compiled by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, said that despite “hopes that women would be one of the prime beneficiaries of the Arab Spring, they have instead been some of the biggest losers, as the revolts have brought conflict, instability, displacement, and a rise in Islamist groups in many parts of the region.”
For example, the report pointed out, Human Rights Watch reported that 91 women were raped or sexually assaulted in public in Tahrir Square in June 2013 during the height of the “Arab Spring” revolts.
Sex attacks included the brutal gang rape of a liberal Dutch journalist, and, as CNN reported, the phenomena of gang rape was “the dark side of Egypt’s protests.”
The most important point of all of this is, however, the fact that this culture of mass sex attacks is nothing new in the Middle East—and was a widely known phenomenon amongst sociologists and criminologists in Europe.
Yet despite this foreknowledge, these same criminologists, police officials, and sociologists either remained silent, or were actively involved in making the arrangements to “receive the refugees” along with the Angela Merkel government.
These people who remained silent, or willingly acquiesced, with the flooding of Europe by violent, misogynist, sex-crazed, criminal-refugees from the Third World, have committed grand treason. If Europe is saved from this disaster, these anti-white liberals who actively participated in creating the crisis must be called to account for their crimes.