A new video has surfaced of a woman who was victimized by Muslim refugees on New Years Eve in Cologne.
26-year-old Selena wanted to tell her story and expose what happened.
In an interview, she reveals that she, along with her women were called 'bitches and whores'.
“They all looked at us like we were free meat at the supermarket, fair game,” she said. “Meat, checking to see if it's still fresh.”
“There were hands that touched us, our butts and other parts on our bodies. It was simply undescribable. Never in my life before was I so afraid,” Selena added.
“I can tell you they were southern-looking. Southern type, darker skin, they spoke Arabic overwhelmingly,” she said to describe her attackers. “With German, if you spoke German, you didn't get anywhere.”
She goes on to say that the police didn't have a grip on the situation at all and the police looked afraid. Her attackers couldn't understand her because they didn't speak German.
It takes a lot of bravery to come out with information like this. Selena's information should not be taken lightly.
Thank you for the courage to speak out, Selena. You are my hero today! God bless you and keep you safe.
The Federal Criminal Police Office (BKA), the main investigative authority in Germany, said in a response to Welt newspaper it knows sexual harassment of women in public is widespread in Arab countries, and that this is exactly what happened on New Year’s Eve in Cologne. Collective harassment is translated as “taharrush gamea” (حرش جماعي).
"Such crimes are committed by groups of young men… mostly when there are large gatherings of people, such as demonstrations. They range from sexual harassment to rape," the BKA told Welt.
“Taharrush gamea” is recognized in Egypt, where it stands for “lighter” sexual abuse or gang rape. A recent study suggests Egyptian crowds practiced “taharrush” during the 2011 revolution that toppled then-President Hosni Mubarak, and it took more violent forms like rape during mass unrest in Tahrir Square.
So far, the number of criminal cases filed with the Cologne police has grown to 516 - 40 percent of which relate to sexual assaults. Local police said that 19 suspects are under investigation, while in Hamburg police are investigating 133 cases relating to assaults during New Year’s celebrations in the St. Pauli district.
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