Muslim Migrants Were “Having a Bad Day” So Raped Woman at Botanical Garden

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The rape took place at Munich’s botanical gardens. (Express.co)

The Daily Wire reported:

As the UK leaves Europe for greener pastures, Germany continues to suffer from the onslaught of Muslim migrants. On Friday, two Muslim asylum seekers who dragged an unsuspecting German woman into a flower bed at a local park in Berlin and gang-raped her were due in court to answer for their crimes. The 56-year-old victim was attacked in August at Munich’s Old Botanical Gardens after she asked the men to stop shouting. The woman was simply trying to take a nap at the park. The men, slightly inebriated from drinking whiskey, were likely angered by the fact that a woman had issued a command. Hailing from an Islamic region of the world where men exercise complete control over women’s behavior, the men appeared unable to cope with the fact that Germany is a democracy that offers equal rights to both sexes. So they snapped.

When police finally detained the suspects two months after the attack, asking why they had committed such an egregious crime, they simply answered, “We were having a bad day.”

The attackers have been identified as as 23-year-old Filmon K. and 26-year-old Habtom E., both asylum seekers from Eritrea.

The rape has left long-term psychological scars on the victim, impacting the trial’s progression. “A criminal case against the [attackers] was adjourned, however, after the victim suffered panic attacks,” reports Express (UK). “She had to telephone the court to postpone her appearance in which she was expected to give evidence in front of the two men.”

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