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As French police recoil in the face of a growing Muslim population, sources are reporting a surge across rapes in the country.
As French police recoil in the face of rising crime and a growing Muslim population, government sources are reporting a surge across rapes in the country.
New statistics from the French Interior Ministry find that women are being attacked in greater numbers than ever. Officials report a 12 per cent rise in sexual violence and an 8.5 per cent rise in murders last year.
But that 12 percent pales in comparison to the 19 percent rise in 2018.
“All French regions have experienced increases in the number of rapes, assaults, and sexual harassment recorded by the security forces in 2019, notably Corsica, Centre-Val-de-Loire, Auvergne-Rhone-Alpes, and Nouvelle-Aquitaine,” the Interior Ministry’s statistics service (SSMI) stated in its report.
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“The number of homicides increased significantly in 2019 (970 victims) while it had been stable the last two years,” they added, which amounts to an 8.5 per cent increase from 2018.
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Professor of Criminology Alain Bauer labelled the new statistics “the worst record we have seen in years” and added: “These figures are particularly revealing. The violence that is escalating is not only that linked to the maintenance of order.”
“All types of violence are concerned, raising fears of a return to almost 40 years ago, at least on the grounds of homicides and attempted homicides,” he said.
According to a report from the French judicial police released in September, the number of murders and attempted murders have gone up 79 per cent over the last ten years.
Many French neighborhoods have become vulnerable to crime as these areas suffer a sharp rise in Muslim immigration, and residents have expressed feelings of abandonment by the government.
Crime statistics in Paris show a continued surge in violent crime, with some areas seeing as much as a 70 per cent rise in violent incidents.