When sex slavery is sanctioned under a religion, it becomes hard to control those who follow that religion. Don’t believe us, take a look for yourself:
The Qur’an says: “O Prophet! Lo! We have made lawful unto thee thy wives unto whom thou hast paid their dowries, and those whom thy right hand possesseth of those whom Allah hath given thee as spoils of war” (33:50). 4:3 and 4:24 extend this privilege to Muslim men in general. The Qur’an says that a man may have sex with his wives and with these slave girls: “The believers must (eventually) win through, those who humble themselves in their prayers; who avoid vain talk; who are active in deeds of charity; who abstain from sex, except with those joined to them in the marriage bond, or (the captives) whom their right hands possess, for (in their case) they are free from blame.” (Qur’an 23:1-6)
But there is something we can do. Show women how to defend themselves. Teach them how to fend off an attacker. Give them a gun, the greatest equalizer. Then we’ll see how many will try to pull that sick stunt.
On the anniversary of the shocking assaults which took place on the final night in 2015, a German documentary showed behaviour experts reveal in their opinions, the attacks were planned.
Professor and historian Jörg Baberowski said research of the violence shows it was a pre-arranged mass attack, in a location chosen so the world would pay attention.
The New Year’s attacks flummoxed police who failed to stop women being groped and robbed by men carrying translation notes in their pockets so they could threaten the women in their native tongue.
Professor Baberowski said the message of the predominantly North African perpetrators was “you cannot defend your women”.
In their home countries, he said, “the rapists were killed by their own fathers”.
The Berlin’s Humboldt University scholar said the attacks were planned in Germany to show their lack of violence against criminals was being interpreted as a weakness.
The documentary was shown on Western Germany Broadcaster (WDR) on December 30 as police were getting ready to prevent the same thing happening again.
Editors of the documentary criticised a tweet by the police on New Year’s Day saying: “Exuberant atmosphere, celebrations mostly peaceful.”
Cologne attacks in TV documentary
The claim was branded “a lie” as the show said 1,100 reports of crime were registered that evening, 500 for sexual offences.Seattle-based victim Caitlin described the horrific experience she endured as she was groped under her jacket, between her legs, and pulled back by her hair.The woman said she begged two policemen for help after escaping the gang at around 11pm.
Women’s rights activist Alice Schwarzer said: “The perpetrators have been doing this since 6 pm, but were not put in their place.
“They apparently wanted to show the ‘sluts’ that they should not be on the streets at night.”
Experts accused the police of the biggest failings.