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Former Yazidi sex slave spots tormentor in German streets, authorities admit they cannot do anything

In a bizarre incident but one that is symptomatic of Europe in recent times, a former Yazidi slave girl, Ashwaq Ta’lo, met with her ISIS captor in the streets of Germany, The Times has reported. When she reported the incident to the relevant German authorities, she was told that her tormentor was also a registered refugee and there was nothing they could do. She has left Germany since then and now lives in Kurdistan.

In another incident that portrays a deep sense of irony, a Swedish woman who opposed the deportation of migrants was raped by two teenagers from Afghanistan after she agreed to accompany them to their accommodation late in the night after having met them at a bar.

Intelligence services have known for some time that many terrorists have entered Europe posing as refugees. German authorities have been aware for a long time that terrorists have entered the country posing as asylum seekers from Syria and nearby countries. However, despite the obvious security threat, Germany has remained resolutely committed to accepting migrants from conflicted areas. Even Angela Merkel was forced to admit in 2017 that some ‘refugees’ were ‘no doubt’ a security threat.

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Germany, in recent years, has seen a spike in violent crimes committed by young male refugees. A government-backed study revealed that violent crimes had increased by 10% in 2015 and 2016 and over 90% of that is attributed to young male refugees. Despite the valid concerns regarding unbridled immigration, the liberal left in Europe strongly believes that any policy that does not guarantee every immigrant an unequivocal right to migrate and settle in Europe is inherently racist.

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