There has been a growing trend in the European migrant crisis. There has been a rash of sexual assaults associated with the migrants. Mainly, these attacks have been perpetrated by Muslim migrants against European women. This has once again been the case in Belgium.
Belgian police investigating a tip-off about the possible radicalization of a 14-year-old male student have discovered a video implicating him and six others in the gang rape of an unconscious girl. Five of the suspects are Iraqi immigrants.
The video was shot on a phone camera and reportedly shows the assailants laughing, singing and dancing around their victim, who has passed out after drinking too much alcohol. The men pulled the girl’s pants down then groped and raped her, police told the Belgian media.
This is one of the hundreds of cases of sexual misconduct by Islamic migrants. It is far too many to be a coincidence. And while many politicians and officials in Europe seek to downplay the numbers, it is clear that these are religiously motivated attacks.
It is also clear that these attacks are perpetrated with little if any remorse.
Several of the suspects showed little remorse for the incident, which happened in November, and didn’t even believe it was a crime at all, the police said.
“She has nothing to complain about. Women must obey men,” one of them reportedly told the police.
The thing that is slowly coming to be understood is that the Muslim does not share in the Euro/Christian view of women. Though much maligned over the past four decades, the belief that woman should be cherished and protected is not found in Islam. Rather, there is something quite the opposite.
Islamists treat and speak of women as if they are property. To them, these women are simply objects to be used and discarded. This dehumanizing of the female race is leading to the attacks. Attacks which grow in frequency and number every day.
“It is clear that some newcomers have problematic beliefs about relations between men and women,” commented Ostend Mayor Johan Vande Lanotte. “When they have served their sentences, they must leave the country.”
But this leads to the question. Should they have been allowed in at all?