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Syrian Husband Offers Wife’s Rape for Passage to Europe

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Lacking in money, a would-be refugee offered his wife’s repeated rape as payment for the family’s passage from war-torn Syria to Europe, according to media reports.

This was compounded by the husband, who apparently participated in the daily rape of his wife during their journey to the European mainland.

Subsequently his wife obtained a restraining order against her husband. Now living in Berlin, Germany, the woman fears her husband or another family member could try to kill her because of the 'shame' she brought upon the family.

While this story is seemingly unique in detail it is part of the broader story of the abuse of female refugees from the Middle East in recent months.

“A growing number of women and young girls housed in refugee shelters in Germany are being raped, sexually assaulted and even forced into prostitution by male asylum seekers, according to German social work organizations with first-hand knowledge of the situation.”

That is a quote taken from an item written by Soeren Kern of the Gatestone Institute in September 2015.

“Conditions for women and girls at some shelters are so perilous that females are being described as ‘wild game’ fighting off Muslim male predators. But many victims, fearing reprisals, are keeping silent, social workers say.”

Although rape occurs in all societies and cultures, there are ideologies that breed cultures where rape becomes endemic.

Clarion Project continues to educate the public about the abuses of women and girls that stem from sharia-based societies where females are frequently and legally treated as second-class citizens.

This video explains the shocking acts against women on New Year's Eve 2015/6 that took place in Cologne, Germany. 

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Meira Svirsky

Meira Svirsky is the editor of ClarionProject.org

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