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DARMSTADT, Germany: (Translation by, J. Schuyler Montague) – In Darmstadt, many women have been sexually assaulted by asylum seekers during a city festival. So far, 18 women have come forward to report being attacked to the police, stated the police headquarters of southern Hesse on Monday. The women were mostly of a young age. During the festival, three victims of Sexual attacks had complained to the police that they had been sexually-assaulted and sexually-harassed by “men from the region of South Asia.” [Code for: Middle-Eastern Muslims]
“The perpetrators proceeded in small groups, surrounded and then touched women.” The police have arrested three alleged suspects that are Pakistani asylum seekers. However, the investigation is still on. The police are asking for victims and witnesses to report to officials.
Parliamentarian Irmer stated: ‘..Whoever does such things, has forfeited his right to hospitality..”
The Hessian CDU member of parliament Hans-Jürgen Irmer reacted in horror to the incidents. “Here, the right of asylum has been abused. This is totally unacceptable,” Irmer said. “..Let me say quite clearly, whoever does such things, has forfeited his right to hospitality. We must send a clear message and it can only be this: Following a final judgment, the perpetrators must be on the first plane back to Pakistan..” demanded the CDU politician..”
Unfortunately, the incident was not a “singular isolated event,” which is why the state should now show “a clear resolve.” However, it is also important to make it clear that the majority of asylum seekers do not commit such acts in Germany.
Just a few weeks ago, at the beginning of May, during the Carnival of Cultures in Berlin numerous sexual attacks on young women were reported. On New Year’s night, there were multiple numerous sexual assaults on women by asylum seekers and illegal immigrants in Cologne and many other cities across Germany. The incidents opened the debate concerning internal security relative to the refugee crisis.