GERMANY: Crime and rape incidents by Muslim invaders surge in 2016…and that’s not even counting Islamic terrorist attacks

The German Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA) has released a new report which claims that crimes committed by migrants rapidly increased in 2016 compared to the previous year. The new report from the BKA states that in 2016 there was a total of 295,000 crimes that involved immigrants as suspects, up 90,000 from 2015 when there were 205,000.

Breitbart (h/t Emma)  The police say that the crimes counted did not include migrant specific crimes like illegal entry into Germany or staying in the country illegally Die Welt reports.

The three most cited crimes that involved immigrants were counterfeiting which accounted for 29 percent of all the crimes, theft at 26 percent, and violence including bodily harm at 24 percent.

The BKA said there were 450 cases in which migrants had attempted to kill another person, with 66 murder suspects and a total of 82 victims. The twelve victims of the Berlin Christmas market terror attack in December committed by Tunisian asylum seeker Anis Amri were also counted in the statistics.

In two-thirds of the cases of attempted murder or homicide, the victims were immigrants themselves with 59 victims coming from migrant backgrounds while other victims included five EU citizens, two non-EU citizens and 16 German nationals.

Breitbart London has reported on several cases, primarily in and around asylum homes, in which migrant men have beaten and sometimes even murdered family members such as their own wives.

The BKA defines “immigrants” in the report as anyone who is either an asylum seeker, a person with refugee status, an illegal immigrant or failed asylum seekers who are allowed to stay in the country.

A spokeswoman for the Federal Ministry of the Interior said that the government was working on a full report that will also include criminal statistics from the regional governments as well.

Several regions in Germany have already released migrant crime statistics and all have shown a drastic rise in migrant crime. In Munich police have noted that almost half of the criminal suspects in the Bavarian city are “non-Germans.”

In the German capital of Berlin, the senate has launched a formal inquiry into why migrant crime rates are so high in the city. The Berlin crime statistics showed that 13 percent of the migrant population in the city were suspects in various crimes, compared to the German population in which only 6 percent were suspects in crimes.

Baden-Württemberg and Bavaria have both expressed concerns with the growing migrant crime trend. Last month Baden-Württemberg State Criminal Police Office (LKA) president Ralf Michelfelder said, “we are very worried about the rise in violence by asylum seekers.”

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Gatestone  Police reports show that Germany’s migrant rape crisis continues unabated, although accurate statistics are notoriously non-existent, this in one of the most technologically advanced countries in the world. German authorities have repeatedly been accused of underreporting the true scale of the migrant crime problem in the country.

According to Federal Criminal Police Office (Bundeskriminalamt, BKA) data (page 14), in 2013, migrants (Zuwanderer) committed 599 sex crimes, or an average of two a day. In 2014, migrants committed 949 sex crimes, or around three per day. In 2015, migrants committed 1,683 sex crimes, or around five per day. During the first three quarters of 2016, migrants committed 2,790 sex crimes, or around ten per day.

  • The actual number of migrant-related sex crimes in Germany is at least two or three times higher than the official number. Only 10% of the sex crimes committed in Germany appear in the official statistics. — André Schulz, head of the Criminal Police Association.

  • An even more toxic practice is for police deliberately to omit any references to migrants in crime reports. This lapse makes it impossible for German citizens to understand the true scale of the migrant crime problem.

  • City police asked German media to delete any images of the suspect. A note for editors stated: “The legal basis for publishing the surveillance photos has been dispensed with. We strongly urge you to take this into account in future reporting and to remove and/or make changes to existing publications.”

In Paris, the media want you to think that the latest Islamic terrorist attack is no big deal…just the ‘new normal’

Days before the first round of voting in the French presidential election, the people of Paris got another taste of Islam’s ‘peaceful’ cultural enrichment. Let’s see if they vote for more of that ‘new normal’ which falls off the front pages in a day or two. Or survival.

PARIS: Islamic State claims responsibility after gunman kills police officer, wounds three others near Champs-Elysees

The as yet unidentified Muslim who killed a police officer on the Champs-Elysees was known to French security services for radical Islamist activities and had shot and wounded an officer in the past.

Masked police stand on top of their vehicle on the Champs Elysees Avenue after two policemen were killed and another wounded in a shooting incident in Paris, France, April 20, 2017.

National Post  One officer was killed and two police officers were seriously wounded when the attacker emerged from a car and used an automatic weapon to shoot at officers outside a Marks & Spencer’s department store at the centre of the Champs-Elysees, anti-terrorism prosecutor Francois Molins said. A female foreign tourist also was wounded.

A gunman opened fire on police on Paris’ iconic Champs-Elysees boulevard Thursday night, killing one officer and wounding three people before police shot and killed him. The Islamic State group quickly claimed responsibility for the attack, which hit just three days before a tense presidential election.

Security already has been a dominant theme in the campaign, and the violence on the sparkling avenue threatened to weigh on voters’ decisions. Candidates cancelled or rescheduled final campaign events ahead of Sunday’s first round vote.

Investigators searched a home early Friday in an eastern suburb of Paris believed linked to the attack. A police document obtained by The Associated Press identifies the address searched in the town of Chelles as the family home of Karim Cheurfi, a 39-year-old with a criminal record.

Police tape surrounded the quiet, middle-class neighbourhood in Chelles, and worried neighbours expressed surprise at the searches. Archive reports by French newspaper Le Parisien say that Cheurfi was convicted of attacking a police officer in 2001.

The Islamic State group’s claim of responsibility just a few hours after the attack came unusually swiftly for the extremist group.

In a statement from its Amaq news agency, the group gave a pseudonym for the shooter, Abu Yusuf al-Beljiki, indicating he was Belgian or had lived in Belgium. Belgian authorities said they had no information about the suspect. IS described the shootings as an attack “in the heart of Paris.”

The attacker had been flagged as an extremist (DUH!) , according to two police officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because they weren’t authorized to publicly discuss the investigation.

Brandet said officers were “deliberately” targeted, as has happened repeatedly to French security forces in recent years, including in the run-up to the 2012 election.

PAT CONDELL targets designated terrorist group CAIR and the myth of rampant “Islamophobia”

This video is from 2011, and even though hatred for Muslims is at an all-time high in 2017, the direct result of an endless stream of Islamic terrorist attacks and concerted efforts by groups like CAIR to Islamize the West, hate crimes against Muslims in America are still just a fraction of what they are against Jews.

The Rebel discusses how Muslim ‘victimhood’ is at an all time high in 2017, with Muslims blaming everyone but Muslims and their campaign of terror and civilization jihad in the West for legitimate anti-Muslim hatred, which they mislabel as “Islamophobia.”

Next time a Muslim boasts about all the scientific innovations Islam has contributed to the world…show them this

Saudi Arabian cleric Sheikh Bandar al-Khaibari explains why the Earth is stationary and the sun rotates around it in a speech he gave to students at a university in the United Arab Emirates. 

RELATED STORY/VIDEO: There is one big problem with stories about the “20 Muslim inventions that shaped the world”

h/t Emma

ASSOCIATED PRESS is demanding that China increase online censorship to stop “Islamophobia”

Let’s see how fast the Associated Press loses its media credentials for covering China. AP should understand that anti-Muslim hatred in China has nothing to do with internet chatter, but rather with Islamic terrorism from the Uighur Muslim-dominant region of Xinjiang in China, not to mention Islam’s barbaric methods of animal slaughter and other forms of religious extremism.

Uighur Muslim separatists

Breitbart  The Associated Press’s Gerry Shih writes that China “has allowed Islamophobia to fester online for years” in a piece headlined “UNFETTERED ONLINE HATE SPEECH FUELS ISLAMOPHOBIA IN CHINA.”

Actually it isn’t. China’s ultimate goal is to make life in China intolerable for it’s Uighur Muslim population. And in doing so, they are creating an environment in which Islam, one day, will cease to exist in China at all. Countries in the West should take a lesson.

The flood of angry anti-Muslim rhetoric on social media was the first sign of how fiercely the suburban middle-class homeowners in this central China city opposed a planned mosque in their neighborhood. It quickly escalated into something more sinister.

Soon a pig’s head was buried in the ground at the future Nangang mosque, the culmination of a rally in which dozens of residents hoisted banners and circled the planned building site. Then the mosque’s imam received a text message carrying a death threat: “In case someone in your family dies, I have a coffin for you – and more than one, if necessary.”

“How did things get stirred up to this point?” the imam, Tao Yingsheng, said in a recent interview. “Who had even heard of the Nangang mosque before?”

On the dusty plains of the Chinese heartland, a bitter fight over a mosque exemplifies how a surge in anti-Muslim sentiment online is spreading into communities across China, exacerbating simmering ethnic and religious tensions that have in the past erupted in bloodshed. It’s also posing a dilemma for the ruling Communist Party, which has allowed Islamophobia to fester online for years as part of its campaign to justify security crackdowns in its restive Muslim-majority region of Xinjiang.

“It’s let the genie out of the bottle,” said James Leibold, a professor at La Trobe University in Australia who has tracked the growth of anti-Muslim hate speech on China’s internet.

Interviews with residents and an examination of social media show how a few disparate online complaints by local homeowners evolved into a concerted campaign to spread hate. Key to it was an unexpected yet influential backer: a Chinese propaganda official, 2,500 kilometers (1,500 miles) away in Xinjiang, whose inflammatory social media posts helped draw people into the streets on New Year’s Day, resulting in a police crackdown.

Chinese women attacked in the streets by Uighur Muslims a few years ago, when Uighurs were committing needle attacks on innocent civilians

City planners in November finally selected a site adjacent to the newly built Hangkong New City condominiums, with its $200,000 two-bedroom units, faux-Mediterranean stylings and a Volvo dealership across the street. The project’s homeowners overwhelmingly members of China’s ethnic Han majority began complaining on China’s popular microblog, Weibo.

Some complained the mosque would occupy space promised for a park. Others warned that safety in the area would be compromised by the presence of so many Muslims. “And the less said about what happens on Eid al-Adha (mass slaughter of sheep in the streets), the better,” Cheng wrote, referring to the Islamic holiday in which animals are slaughtered for a sacrificial feast. “It’s absolutely shocking.”

The story soon caught the attention of Cui Zijian, a boyish-looking propaganda official in Xinjiang who writes about the threat of religious extremism on his Weibo account with nearly 30,000 followers. On Dec. 16, Cui suggested homeowners lobby local officials to block the construction, adding: “If that doesn’t work, then how about pig head, pig blood.”

Cui followed that a few hours later with another post repeating the four Chinese characters for pig blood and pig head over and over, attracting hundreds of reposts. While Cui was criticized by some on Weibo, a larger number – including at least one other government propaganda official – took his post as their cue to hurl abuse at the Hui.

The mosque dispute was just the latest flashpoint for an increasingly active anti-Muslim social media movement in China.

A video of a Hui girl reciting the Quran in Arabic sparked outrage last May over so-called terrorist infiltration of Chinese schools, prompting officials to announce a “strict ban” on religion on campuses. Online activists derailed a Hui official’s effort to regulate the halal food industry, arguing that religion was creeping into the officially atheistic Chinese state.

The rise in anti-Muslim sentiment comes as Chinese have been buffeted by news of Islamic militant attacks in Europe, while at home, violence in Xinjiang and elsewhere has been caused by Muslim separatists.

Beijing has responded to the bloody, years-long insurgency from Muslim Uighur minorities in Xinjiang with further restrictions on Islamic expression, a move rights groups warn could potentially radicalize moderate Muslims. Such policies have also drawn vows of retaliation from the Islamic State and al-Qaeda.

Ethnic hostility can only deepen, scholars say, when the government stops discussion of the plight of Muslims or ethnic policies while allowing anti-Muslim rhetoric and hate speech to go unchecked.

Political observers say the recent rise of a faction within the Communist Party advocating for a hard-line approach on religious affairs has coincided with the rise of government-linked commentators who openly warn about the danger of Islam.

“Interest groups have actively promoted Islamophobia in interior regions in order to create a nationwide environment that justifies Xinjiang’s anti-terrorism campaign,” said Ma Haiyun, a history professor specializing in China’s Muslims at Frostburg State University in Maryland.

After briefly moderating his remarks about the Nangang mosque, the propaganda official, Cui, renewed his criticism in February with an essay arguing that his professional and patriotic duty was to resist extremism. His online speech about Muslims was part of the job, he said.

Dead bodies of Chinese civilians after mass knife attacks by Uighur Muslims

DEAD Chinese victims of recent Uighur Muslim terror attack on train station

May 22, 2014: At least 31 have been killed and more than 90 injured in a Uighur Muslim terrorist attack in Urumqi, the provincial capital of Xinjiang province in China. The attack is the latest in a string of attacks perpetrated by Uighur separatists

“For that, we’re labeled Muslim-smearers,” wrote Cui, who did not respond to repeated requests for comment. “But it is those who instigate a fear of Islam, precisely the Muslim terrorists and the extremists, who are the ones creating anti-Muslim sentiment.”

Reached in March, an official at the propaganda department where he worked refused to comment on Cui’s involvement in the controversy. But Cui now appears to be even better positioned to influence discourse: The official said Cui was transferred in February to work in the cyberspace administration, the agency in charge of censoring online speech.