But police were not able to stop the violence against women in Europe despite a one-year warning. To hostile Muslims, it’s a way to show their strength over the despised infidel. Islam expert Robert Spencer explained what passes for Islam logic in a recent blog:
Germany: Muslim migrants planned sex assaults to show “you can’t defend your women”, Jihadwatch.org, January 4, 2017New Year’s mob attacks are now beginning to be reported from Europe. Hamburg was hit by fireworks used as weapons — a hint that Muslims should not be allowed around explosives of any kind. Or better yet, don’t admit them as immigrants in the first place.
This was a clear declaration of supremacism. The Qur’an teaches that Infidel women can be lawfully taken for sexual use (cf. its allowance for a man to take “captives of the right hand,” 4:3, 4:24, 23:1-6, 33:50, 70:30). The Qur’an says: “O Prophet, tell your wives and your daughters and the women of the believers to bring down over themselves of their outer garments. That is more suitable that they will be known and not be abused. And ever is Allah Forgiving and Merciful.” (33:59) The implication there is that if women do not cover themselves adequately with their outer garments, they may be abused, and that such abuse would be justified. The Muslim migrants in Cologne meant to put their European hosts on notice that this was how their women would be treated henceforth. . .
CHAOS IN GERMANY: Migrant sex attacks and fireworks thrown at POLICE during NYE events, The Express (UK), January 3, 2017Of course, the point is to force western women to stay at home, according to misogynist sharia law. Making the public space unsafe for women is a top strategy for Muslims turning Europe into part of their planned worldwide caliphate.
A CROWD of more than 1,000 men shot fireworks at riot police and women were attacked by migrants as New Year’s Eve celebrations spiralled out of control across Germany, despite heightened security due to terror fears.
In Hamburg, 14 women were the victims of sex attacks, as more than 45,000 people celebrated New Year’s Eve in the city.
Police said the suspected attackers, including migrants, grabbed their victim’s crotches. Ten people have been arrested in connection with the sexual assaults.
Officers said three Syrians, three Iraqis, two Afghans, one Eritrean and one German were arrested in connection with the sexual assaults in Große Freiheit and Beatles Square.
Firefighters and police were called out to more than 2,000 incidents during the celebrations.
Police Officer Timo Zill said the mood at the banks of the Binnenalster river was aggressive mostly because of people “with migration background”. (continues)
Austria police probe slew of NYE sex attacks, Deutsche Welle, January 5, 2017
Police in Innsbruck are trying to identify a group of men accused of sexually assaulting 18 women during New Year’s Eve celebrations. Witnesses said the assailants were in their 20s or 30s and had dark complexions.
The women reported having been groped by up to 10 individuals on the city’s main square where around 25,000 had gathered for a concert and firework display, with visibility limited, senior police official Ernst Kranebitter said.
“It has definitely been proven that they are foreign,” a spokesman for the police in the western province of Tyrol said, adding witnesses reported they spoke English or poor German.
“We are investigating. We have videos of poor quality but we are trying to make the best of them.”
“We’ve not had anything like this happen here before,” Kranebitter told the AFP news agency. “They were dancing around the victims and then suddenly grabbed their breasts or stuck their hands between their legs. That’s what made it hard for others to notice what was going on – it all happened amid festivities.”
Nerves on edge In neighboring Germany on New Year’s Eve 2015, hundreds of women were sexually assaulted and robbed during celebrations in Cologne. Suspects were mainly of North African and Arab appearance.
To avoid a similar incident, police in Vienna distributed 6,000 pocket alarms on New Year’s Eve last week to help prevent attacks.
Anti-immigrant sentiment has boosted support for far-right parties in Austria and Germany after both countries took in waves of migrants, many of them from the Middle East and North Africa, during Europe’s migration crisis.