Seven asylum seekers have been arrested at migrant centres in Germany following allegations of the gang rape of an Iranian teenager which is believed to have been filmed.
Police in the southwestern state of Baden-Wurttemberg issued the following statement: “The Afghan asylum seekers are suspected of having raped a 17-year-old Iranian asylum seeker several times and of having filmed the acts”.
Around 30 cops are believed to have raided a number of facilities in search of the alleged attackers.
The incident becomes the latest in a string of migrant sex attacks across the continent, which has seen incidents such as the rape of an Iraqi boy in a poll in Vienna, and even the sexual assault of a wheelchair-bound woman.
The news comes on the back of a report from the Daily Mail alongside the Gatestone Institute that migrants committed 142,500 crimes in their first six months in Germany – the equivalent of 780 crimes each day.
A Breitbart London analysis from May revealed a staggering 402,721 crimes committed by migrants in Germany:
Foreign nationals are thought to account for around 11 or 12 per cent of the total population of Germany, but were over-represented in every area of crime.
Illegal immigrants and asylum seekers account for around 2.5 per cent of Germany’s population, but were also massively overrepresented.
Amongst total offences, non-Germans accounted for 27.6 percent while illegal immigrants and asylum seekers accounted for 5.7 percent. Of homicides, the figures are 29.3%/8.2%, and of sexual assaults, the figures were 20.5%/4.8%.
In all of these cases as well as those indicated in the chart below, non-Germans and illegal migrants outstripped their proportions of crime to their representation in German society.
Non-Germans accounted for 38 per cent of all robberies, 38 per cent of thefts, and 43 per cent of thefts that involved a level of aggravation such as assault or force.
They accounted for 40.2 per cent of burglaries, 43.5 per cent of shoplifting, and a whopping 75.7 of pick pocketing or purse snatching.
Police in Germany have not yet explained the circumstances surrounding the asylum seeker sex attack.