Another damning report about Muslim migration:
“German Islamic and migration researcher Ralph Ghadban has blamed multicultural ideology for the rise in power of Arab clan gangs, saying there are now no-go zones in Berlin.”
More specifically, it is the Islamic religious ideology and the Leftist tendency to cover for it, along with mass Muslim migration, that have resulted in the rise of “Arab clan gangs” in Germany. Western leaders who have put few, if any, restrictions on immigration, and have chosen to tolerate the intolerable risks to their own citizens, referring to them as “racist” and “Islamophobic” if they protest about what is happening, are to blame for the no-go zones in Berlin and elsewhere.
These “Arab clan gangs” are now “systematically recruiting refugees and building parallel societies in Germany.” According to police reports, this is a partial picture of the parallel societies:
Stuck by tribal and Islamic codes of justice, spurning the state and its laws, resulting in some large families turning into criminal enterprises operating according to their own rules and hierarchies.
These Arab clan gangs are criminal and pose a grave threat to the German people, as well as to police officers who attempt to restore rule of law. A big shout-out to to Angela Merkel, with her infamous words “we can do this.”
“Researcher Blames Multiculturalism for Rise of Arab Clan Gangs in Germany,” Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, March 10, 2019:
German Islamic and migration researcher Ralph Ghadban has blamed multicultural ideology for the rise in power of Arab clan gangs, saying there are now no-go zones in Berlin.
The Lebanese-born researcher claimed that there are now several “no-go areas” in the German capital, listing the areas of Cottbusser Tor, the Tiergarten, and Neukölln, saying they were “dangerous areas, so-called no-go areas, in which Arab clans have the upper hand,” Augsburger Allgemeine reports.
“No-go areas are a law-free area. Policemen are persecuted, besieged, and harassed. Policewomen are groped. They receive threats from clan members such as ‘we know where you live’ or ‘we know where your children go to school’, but they are usually empty threats,” Ghadban said.