A new comprehensive investigation of rape and sexual assault convictions between 2012-2017 shows a preponderance of Muslim migrants among sexual offenders.
SaveMySweden (Via: friatider.se) “In January 2017, Morgan Johansson (S), Minister of Migration, announced that the government do not intend to provide the Crime Prevention Council (BRÅ) with the task of developing new statistics on the origin of criminals. Despite the fact that it has been a decade since the latest report and Sweden‘s demographics changed dramatically since then.
The government’s unwillingness to produce official statistics caused independent researchers to put together a study.
The study shows, among other things, that Muslim migrants commit 84% of gross rape attacks. Native Swedes come in fourth place, after Afghan, Iraqi and Somali Muslims. Two out of three serious rapes are committed by Muslim asylum seekers or men who have been granted residence permits.
National groups, with the highest incidents of gross rape are Algerian, Afghan, Tunisian, Moroccan and Palestinian Muslims.
95.6% of assault violence is committed by men of foreign descent. Swedish men with two native-born parents have only committed 4.4% of assault violence in the last five years. An Algerian Muslim is 541 times more likely to commit gun violence than a Swedish citizen, the report claims.
According to the study, 90 percent of gang violence is by foreign born Muslims. Swedish men with two native-born parents have only committed 6.7%of gang violence in the last five years.
Afghans sentenced for sexual assaults, according to the study, have risen sharply since 2015. In 2017, every tenth convicted sexual offender is Afghan. Syrian Muslim migrants commit more than a third as many sexual offenses as Afghans,” says the survey.
Most rapists who acted in groups have been convicted in Ystad, Eksjö and Uppsala. Göteborg is in 11th place, Stockholm 16th and Malmö 21th..
The survey also shows that gay mens’ share of the total number of rapes has risen sharply in recent years, while gang rape against men is now the most common category. 85% of those convicted of group violence against men are Afghan Muslims.
The proportion of Swedish men with two domestic-born parents convicted of sexual offenses has, in proportion to other groups, decreased since 2013 and fallen sharply in the past two years.