Taharrush Jinsi: The Middle Eastern rape phenomena that has been imported to Europe

The world was exposed to a truly shocking demonstration of something we should never accept or normalize in 2013. Our repulsion should know no bounds when it comes to this display of barbarism. In Tahir Square in Egypt, women were subjected to a series of attacks on the 25th January of that year. The victims of these attacks had no demographical link when it came to age. Victims ranged from the age of seven to seventy. Women, and even more despicably sometimes children were separated from the crowds of protestors. Women reported having their clothes cut off by knives and some truly unspeakable things occurred that I do not even wish to write about.

This is not the first time an awareness of “Taharrush Jinsi or Jamai” was raised to some in the west. Back in 2011 at the height of the Arab Spring it was all too visible for the world to see. CBS reporter Lara Logan was subjected to the same treatment by men in Egypt’s Tahir Square just less than 2 years before. The South African reporter was set about by a large group of men whom she later described as “raping her with their hands.” This absolutely stomach churning attack, which was caught on camera should have served as a warning to our leaders what they could be potentially importing into the continent of Europe if they allowed millions of Middle Eastern migrants to flood in.

But of course as is routine now, our leaders paid no attention to the potential threat posed to the citizens they are entrusted with protecting. Angela Merkel along with the rest of EU hierarchy allowed millions of migrants into the continent. It wasn’t long before Taharrush Jinsi became one of the symptoms of this failed migration policy. Before I go into how this despicable side-effect of mass migration is now sadly part of European life, I would like to discuss a brief history of this repulsive practice to see if our leaders could have prevented this.

Taharrush Jinsi or Jamai, translated into English means “group sexual assault.” The most high-profile cases of this taking place before it began to occur on the shores of Europe are the two incidences I mentioned before in Egypt, but the vile practice has been happening for a lot longer. The term Taharrush has been in use since the 1950’s and the first documented cases of this kind date back to 2005, when women demonstrators were sexually assaulted during the Egyptian constitutional referendum on 25 May. Groups of men attacked the women while police stood back and did nothing to intervene. Another high profile case of this kind to have taken place occurred following the Eid al-Fitr Muslim holiday in Cairo. Groups of men are alleged to have engaged in a 5 hour long rampage of sexual assault at a cinema in the city. Again, as is in the previous case, police did nothing to stop the attacks. This attack took place the following year in 2006.

The most high-profile case of this kind to occur in Europe is undoubtedly the Cologne attacks of New Years 2015/2016 in which up to 1,200 women were robbed, sexually assaulted and raped by groups of up to 2,000 migrant men. The attacks which the German authorities attempted to cover up made international news after the true facts were disclosed. On that dreadful evening, attacks took place across Germany in cities such as Dortmund, Stuttgart and Dusseldorf. These attacks are the most widely publicised of this type, but sadly since the decision was made to open the borders of Europe to the Middle East, this attack is not an exception, it sadly looks as if it is becoming a rule. Here are just some of the cases I could find of this type occurring across the continent.

Finland-Widespread reports of sexual assault in the Finnish capital Helsinki on New Years Eve 2015/2016. Deputy police chief Ilkka Koskimaki says “There hasn’t been this kind of harassment on previous New Year’s Eves or other occasions for that matter. This is a completely new phenomenon in Helsinki.

Switzerland-A teenage girl is attacked by a “Muslim migrant gang” in Islikon in canton Thurgau, Switzerland. The woman was allegedly grabbed by a group of men in a subway tunnel. The girl cried for help which luckily alerted the attention of 3 brave passers by who intervened in the attack. One of the men was apprehended by the 3 men. A 25-year-old Sudanese man was arrested by the police.

Sweden-Two Afghan migrants arrested by police of the rape of a woman in which the horrific ordeal was streamed over Facebook Live. The two men aged 18 and 20 were arrested after being tipped off by social media users over the attack which happened in Uppsala. In the video, the men are seen to be threatening the woman with a revolver who then took the woman’s clothes off and took turns at sexually assaulting her before police arrived and turned off the camera.

In Sweden again, a woman is raped by a gang of up to 20 migrants in a stairwell in Fittja, a suburb of Stockholm. The attack which took place in August 2016 is one of the very few cases of this kind to receive mainstream press attention in the country due to its utter brutality. It has been reported that after the attack which took place in an area which is largely populated by Muslims, the woman rang on doorbells for help. While she stood there covered in blood the neighbours reportedly refused to help her.

Statistics which were reported in the Swedish Newspaper Friatider state that of those convicted of gang-rape in Sweden, 82 percent of them are foreign born. These are just some of the examples I can find to show how this phenomena of Taharrush Jamai has now become a part of European life. These incidences are just those which display the very specific phenomena of gang rape by large groups of migrant men which has been occurring in the Middle East for decades. Many incidences of individual rape by Middle Eastern men have been reported across the continent since the influx of migrants began back in 2015

When Angela Merkel and the rest of the EU hierarchy told us of the benefits of allowing migrants into Europe I think they conveniently forgot to mention this would be one of the side effects. When the need to “diversify” is spoken of by our moral superiors, I didn’t know the gang rape of a poor woman in the street was part of that remit. Now our politicians have exposed us to another great risk, what do they attempt to do? They normalize it. In many European countries classes are being given to try to “educate” migrants about why they shouldn’t just sexually assault women if they are dressed “immodestly” in other words not in full Islamic garb or if a woman commits the provocative act of “smiling at them.” Josef Joffe, editor of Die Zeit, wrote that “acculturation into the strict sex codes of the West takes years.” Dan Hitchens in the Spectator wrote that linking this to the culture of the Arab world was “over-excited.”

Well I hate to break it to you Dan, this is firmly a part of Middle Eastern culture. When groomers in the UK can say that “white women are only good for one thing. For men like me to f*ck,” that speaks volumes of the attitudes within these communities towards women who are viewed as immodest. This phenomena of gang sexual assault known as Taharrush Jamai or Jinsi has now arrived on our shores whether we like it or not. We had no choice in this barbaric practice coming here, but we do have a choice on how we treat it. If feminists want to earn their crust and actually be about the rights of women they could stand up to an actual rape culture rather than moaning about gender neutral pro-nouns. The last thing we can do is attempt to normalize or attempt to excuse this. Because although improvements could be made when it comes to the treatment of women here in the west, if we allow our own virtue signalling to compromise fighting such a disgusting act, we will have failed the women who fall victim to this dreadful crime.

Picture from naukrinama.com

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