It was not the first time that the illiterate migrant had been cited for sex offenses. The asylum seeker had already molested a female student on a train, and resisted the subsequent arrest. In 2016 and 2017 he sexually assaulted underage women.
In the current case, the Afghan had been invited to a barbecue party, which took place in the home of his friend’s partner in the northern district of Erding.
A German neighbour’s family with three children was also present. The seven-year-old and ten-year-old daughters of the neighbours were molested by the Afghan. He kissed the seven-year-old sister, almost chewing off her lips.
At home, the girls then approached their 37-year-old father, the seven-year-old in tears. He contacted the police right away and has appeared in court as a co-plaintiff.
His daughters still suffer from the experience, the father reported. “You realize: It’s still there!”. The school management noted that the behavior of the younger girl had changed significantly. The Afghan was meanwhile sentenced by magistrate Michael Lefkaditis to one year and four months in prison without parole.
Lawyer and Islam critic Seyran Ates has accused senior German Union politicians of not taking political Islam seriously.
In particular, Chancellor Angela Merkel (CDU), EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen (CDU) and Defense Minister Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer (CDU) do not recognise the dangers of groups like the Muslim Brotherhood, she said in an interview with the Augsburger Allgemeine.
At the same time, the founder of a liberal mosque project complained of German self-hatred in dealing with other cultures.
In this context, she accused the Left and Greens of not daring to criticize Islamic headscarves. This dress code degrades women and girls to sex objects that attracts men if they dare to show their hair.
“This degradation has already developed so far today that even little girls are seen mainly as sexual beings. So they too must be covered so that men in public are not aroused by them.”
In May, Ates warned against false tolerance of Muslim practices during the month of fasting. Especially in schools, cultural provocation should not influence the classroom.