Germany used to be a fairly safe space for women. Then came Islam.

Berlin New Year’s Eve party to have a ‘safe space’ for women after hundreds reported being assaulted by men with migrant backgrounds at Cologne celebrations two years ago
  • Secure zone, staffed by German Red Cross, set up for Berlin New Year’s Eve party
  • Women have been told to seek help from other revellers if they feel harassed
  • Comes after hundreds of women reported being assaulted by men with migrant backgrounds in Cologne during 2015 celebrations

Berlin‘s main New Year’s Eve party is to have a ‘safe space’ for women after hundreds reported being assaulted by men with migrant backgrounds at Cologne celebrations two years ago.

The secure zone, staffed by the German Red Cross, will be set up for the December 31 celebrations at the capital city’s famous Brandenburg Gate.

Women have been told to seek help from other revellers if they feel harassed or threatened.

Berlin's main New Year's Eve party is to have a 'safe space' for women after hundreds reported being assaulted by men with migrant backgrounds at Cologne celebrations two years ago. Pictured: Police close off the area to prepare for the party at the Brandenburg Gate in BerlinBerlin’s main New Year’s Eve party is to have a ‘safe space’ for women after hundreds reported being assaulted by men with migrant backgrounds at Cologne celebrations two years ago. Pictured: Police close off the area to prepare for the party at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin.  Read more…

In other news:

German Authorities Target Islamic Women’s Terrorist Network

Pamela Geller

Germany’s domestic security agency has identified a terror network made up of Islamist women. Female extremists are becoming increasingly common, as they aim to fill the gap left by their detained husbands.

 German intelligence services said on Tuesday that they had identified an Islamist terror network made up of around 40 women in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany’s most populous state.

Burkhard Freier, the head of the North Rhine-Westphalian Office for the Protection of the Constitution (BfV), told Germany’s Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper that the network followed a strict Salafist doctrine — from how to raise children and cooking ingredients, to how to interpret the rules of Islam and stir up hatred against so-called “non-believers.”

Read more: Number of Salafists in Germany reaches record high

Sweden: Police car blown up in Muslim-dominated Malmö

The Swedish press gives no indication of the identity of the two people who were arrested, but it’s most likely that they are yet more Islamic jihadists, bringing to Sweden another battle in the war that it brought upon itself, refuses to admit is being fought, and is losing.

“JUST NOW: Two arrested after the police attack,” translated from  Expressen, December 29, 2017:

A police car has been blown up outside a police station in Malmö.

The police have blocked off a large area and the national bomb squad has been called in.