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Merkel refugee blames women for Muslim sex attacks in Germany, ‘They walk alone at night’


How can a modern progressive country even want to bring in a primitive degenerative ape like this and let him lose into their society? This Merkel refugee claim to ‘fight for equality’ yet blames women for being sex attacked simply because they walk alone at night, minding their own business without a male chaperone. Should it not be a crime to bring in a people this rotten and twisted? If his own argument was valid it would theoretically endorse women to kill men simply  because they walk alone at nights. But he would not agree to that.

Not only have they brought this garbage into the country – but lo and behold, he blogs on the Huffington Post.

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Syrian refugee says women are to BLAME for horror German migrant sex attacks

A SYRIAN refugee has said women are to blame for the sickening migrant sex attacks that rocked Germany over last year’s New Year’s Eve celebrations.

Express, By Rebecca Perring
PUBLISHED: 13:32, Mon, Dec 19, 2016

Aras Bachot and police in Cologne
Aras Bachot suggested women should not go out alone.

Aras Bachot, who has been living in Germany for five years, said women should not be out alone at night.

The 18-year-old blogger says he “fights for equality” in his bio on the German Huffington Post.

His controversial comments are likely to cause outrage after more than 500 women reported being sexually assaulted, raped and robbed after more than 1,000 migrants went on the rampage in Cologne on New Year’s Eve in a night of horror.

Huffington Post
The Syrian has lived in Germany for five years.

Most of the time women are to blame. To be alone at night.
– Aras Bachot

He posted on Twitter: “Most of the time women are to blame. To be alone at night. On the other hand, the refugees should behave,” with the hashtag “#Silvester”, which means New Year’s in German.

The tweet sparked an angry backlash on the social media site, with some branding his comments as “dangerous”.

Another Twitter user hit back, writing: “In this country, women have the right to be alone at night! Migrants have a duty to behave!”

Aras Bacho's tweet
Aras Bacho’s tweet caused outrage on Twitter.

The sickening attacks led to the criticism of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s ill-fated open door refugee policy.

Mr Bacho writes for the Huffington Post in Germany.

He was born in Syria and has been living in Germany for the past five years, according to his bio on the news website.

Aras Bacho Twitter handle
Aras Bacho is a blogger for the Huffington Post.

He writes: “My name is Aras Bacho. Am 18 years old and come from Syria. I’ve been living in Germany for 5 years and talk about truths. I fight for equality and am always seeking crucial answers which I blog on the Huff post.”

When contacted by Express.co.uk, Huffington Post said: “Yes we can confirm he has used our blogging platform previously. However, the tweet does not relate to any content he has posted on the HuffPost platform.”

2 thoughts on “Merkel refugee blames women for Muslim sex attacks in Germany, ‘They walk alone at night’

  1. More to the point, have women like Merkel who one would assume were better informed than most been living in caves for the past 5 years? Have they not noticed that this cult is on the march and women are its first victims?

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