Muslim Refugees Spoil Running of the Bulls with Rape’s and Sexual Assault
Sweden’s Rape epidemic is now the norm in Europe
Depicted in the Ernest Hemingway novel ‘The Sun Also Rises,’ the nine-day San Fermin festival has been plagued in the past by sexual violence and animal cruelty claims.
This year’s festival saw 11 men arrested over sexual abuse. According to the local council, there were 14 complaints regarding unwanted sexual contact at San Fermin this year, with two of the cases involving sexual assault.
Pamplona Mayor Joseba Asiron admitted that while overall crime at the festival dropped this year, attendance at the 2017 festivities suggests “a decline in tourists and foreign visitors.”
The council condemned the attacks, including an incident in which a woman was assaulted in the early hours of July 11.
“The City Council reaffirms its rejection and condemnation of any type of aggression, violence or sexist attitude in [Pamplona] and commits itself to continue collaborating to eliminate sexist aggressions and improve security for women,” a statement by the council read.
Overall, the council says crime complaints were down 15 percent from 1,923 in 2016 to 1,671 this year. A total of 51 people was hospitalized at the festival’s chaotic running of the bulls, seven of these as a result of being gored by the volatile animals.
Over the course of the festival period, 1.45 million people attended, according to a council tally, including 434,000 people at four fireworks displays in the municipality of Navarro.
Refugee Rape is no a Plague in Europe
A 28-year-old woman in Muhlhausen, Germany has identified three Ethiopian men who she claims repeatedly raped and beat her during a local carnival. The victim revealed some of the horrifying details in court.
The three suspected attackers, between 23 and 29 years old, were identified by the victim in regional court in the federal state of Thuringia earlier this week.
“Each of them raped me three times,” the woman said during her hours-long statement before the court, German media reported.
The victim claimed she had been lured into a secluded area near the railway station during local carnival celebrations last August. She attempted to flee, but the three suspects allegedly caught her, took her mobile phone, and forced her to engage in unprotected vaginal, anal, and oral sex.
The mayor of Tulln in Lower Austria has announced the town will stop accepting refugees and asylum seekers. The ban comes after a sexual assault on a teenage girl, allegedly carried out by refugees.
The ban was announced in Tulln earlier this week, with the mayor having informed senior authorities in the region that his town refuses to accept any refugees or asylum seekers “until further notice,” local media reported.
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