By Annie Dieu-Le-Veut
An organised group of asylum seekers attacked and sexually assaulted more than 26 women at a festival in Germany over the weekend. This is an example of Taharrush, a term we must become familiar with – if uncontrolled migration is to continue into the West.
Taharrush first reared its head in Europe on New Year’s Eve, this year, when hundreds of women, in Cologne, Germany, were sexually molested and raped by thousands of men that were organised into gangs. At the same time, many migrants in towns right across Europe were also ‘celebrating’ the New Year in the same way.
Since then, we haven’t heard much more on the mainstream media about the particular form of gang rape that is endemic in Islamic countries. However, the problem of the sexual assault, rape and even murder by migrants is still ongoing across Europe, with reports on the AP and Reuters wires almost daily, from Sweden to France.
What is Taharrush?
Now of course I’m going to put the usual caveat here – it’s by no means all Islamic men who get involved in Taharrush, or even the majority. But there are considerable numbers of them that practice this form of mass rape and sexual assault – enough of them for it to pose a real danger for the women of the West.
The phenomenon of Taharrush has been a particular problem, for a long time, in predominantly Muslim countries during public demonstrations or festivities.
Here is an example.
The video clip below shows blond Lara Logan, a CBS reporter, being set upon by a violent Taharrush mob during protests against Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi in Tahrir Square on June 30, 2013. She is heard screaming before being pushed to the floor and was then viciously molested. She said that she thought she was going to die, and she is still suffering today from the injuries she received from metal bars.
[HEALTH WARNING – watch at your own risk.]
“In Egypt, sexual harassment is widespread and touches the lives of the majority of women whether on the streets, in public transportation, or at the work place, the supermarket, or political protests,” reports online journal Jadaliyya, adding that even Muslim women who wear the veil are targeted.
Although these mass molestations by some migrants are clearly connected to the fact that the Koran teaches that women are second class citizens, at the time of the New Year attacks, the authorities in Europe had seemed to be almost completely ignorant to the problem of Taharrush.
The police, who were present at the Cologne festivities, were largely unaware that any women were being attacked, and those who were aware, didn’t report it. The problem with the police is that they only see what they are trained to see; they are not trained to recognise Taharrush – largely due to the media silence about it.
A few days later, when the women of Cologne came out to protest against what had happened, they were labelled ‘far right protestors’ by the mainstream media and the police turned the water cannons on them. Later, we saw the sickening staged photo-op of Cologne people giving flowers to Muslims, in apology for their protests.
Since then, the media has kept very quiet about the almost daily reports on the wires, coming out of Scandinavia and Europe, on migrants’ sexual assaults and rape .. until this weekend, although even how this new Taharrush event is being reported by the Daily Mail, is typically downplayed.
“Three Pakistani men are already under arrest after 18 women filed complaints that they had been improperly touched, fondled and groped during the festival in the city of Darmstadt.
“All the complainants said they were ‘surrounded’ before being ‘touched and fondled’ improperly at the annual free Schlossgrabenfestes music festival.
“Police have said the number of complainants could rise.”
I’d be willing to bet that there will be many more than 26 – but, if Cologne is anything to go by, the true statistics will never reach the media. The article says that the three Pakistanis now ‘face deportation’ – not that they will actually be deported.
Media silence on Taharrush
In this article, Pamela Geller writes about how the video recordings of the Cologne attacks on New Year’s Eve were erased. Germany: Govt ordered CCTV videos of Cologne mass sex attacks erased. It was admitted on a television interview in Poland. Poland is one of the few countries in Europe that is objecting to Mrs Merkel’s red carpet for migrants.
The interview would not have been shown on German television, because there is no political will with Germany’s current political leaders to tackle this problem openly – and the media colludes with this silence.
In this article, German journalist Dr. Udo Ulfkotte explains how the German government is buying, and even at times threatening journalists, to write the stories they put out. He says …
“I’ve been a journalist for about 25 years, and I was educated to lie, to betray, and not to tell the truth to the public.
“But seeing, right now, within the last months, how the German and American media tries to bring war to the people in Europe, to bring war to Russia — this is a point of no return and I’m going to stand up and say it is not right what I have done in the past, to manipulate people, to make propaganda against Russia. It is not right what my colleagues do and have done in the past because they are bribed to betray the people, not only in Germany, all over Europe.”
Although some newspapers in the UK are getting braver about reporting the problem of mass sexual assault by migrants, they’re not naming it as Taharrush, because that would alert the people to the scale and depth of the problem.
But within five years, these sexual predators will be EU citizens and unless we vote to Leave in the referendum on 23rd June, they will all be entitled to come to Britain.