Something maddening is happening in the European and Nordic countries which have opened their doors to millions of refugees from Muslim countries.

Women of the host countries were sexually assaulted in numerous cities during holiday celebrations by refugees and it’s being ignored in some cases and even covered up in others. In Sweden, these attacks have allegedly been going on for months.

The Times of Israel reports:

Swedish police take flak for covering up refugee sex attacks

Swedish police were criticized on Monday after admitting they failed to release information about alleged sexual assaults against women by young immigrants at a Stockholm summer music festival over the past two years.

There were 38 reports of rape and sexual assault filed after the We Are Sthlm festival, which uses the postal abbreviation for Stockholm, in 2014 and 2015, according to police.

The allegations were first made public in a report by the Swedish daily Dagens Nyheter, citing internal police memos, and the events appear to mirror similar incidents on New Year’s Eve in the German city of Cologne.

“We certainly should have publicly released this information, no doubt. Why it did not happen we simply do not know,” police spokesman Varg Gyllander told AFP Monday.

Police would not say how many men were suspected in the alleged assaults, but DN reported that as many as 50 Afghan refugees who had come to Sweden without their parents were suspected to be involved.

Some parts of Sweden have devolved into no-go zones, particularly Malmö.

Professor Jacobson has covered the subject extensively:

The left, which has been screeching about rape culture for the last several years, has been remarkably silent about all of this.

Ashe Schow of the Washington Examiner addressed this in a column for the New York Post:

Europe is enabling a rape culture

In the wake of horrifying tales of sexual assault perpetrated by potentially up to 1,000 men on New Year’s Eve, German officials have made two stunning decisions.

The first, from Cologne, Germany — where the attacks took place — was Mayor Henriette Reker telling women to adopt a “code of conduct” to prevent further sexual assaults, which crossed the line into “victim blaming.”

The second, from the broader German government, was to crack down hard — not on those responsible for the assaults, but for those criticizing the Muslim immigrants who may have perpetrated them.

Let’s take a step back and remember how all of this started. On New Year’s Eve, women celebrating in Cologne were reportedly groped, sexually assaulted and/or robbed as they walked the streets…

So far several dozen have been identified, most of whom were asylum seekers.

But due to Germany’s desperation to prove not only that it’s the most tolerant country in Europe but also that letting in hundreds of thousands of immigrants would have no disastrous consequences, the female victims of the attacks were initially ignored by the political class. Had the alleged perpetrators been white members of a fraternity, the international response would have been completely different, as the Atlantic’s David Frum noted.

Where are all the Western liberal feminists in all this? Near silence.

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