Taharrush jamai (Arabic: تحرش جماعي; taḥarrush jamāʿī) is the Arabic term for "collective harassment," sometimes used to refer to the sexual assault of women in public by large groups of men. This phenomena has only been observed in Arabic cultures and is evidence of it's cultural roots.—Wikipedia
Media reports since the shameful cover up by the press indicate that Europeans are beginning to demand of their governments that immigrants from the Middle East, in particular men, be better vetted and that all recent immigrants who have misrepresented themselves should be deported.
The sea change in attitude among Europe’s political leadership – mere weeks ago, many of them insisted that they must open their doors even wider on humanitarian grounds – followed mass sexual assaults in European cities on New Year’s Eve. Although government officials and the mainstream press initially tried to cover up the extent of the wrong-doing – an estimated 1,000 Muslims in Cologne alone participated in “Taharrush,” a practice of encircling, groping and sometimes raping women – the extent of the assaults led to a fire-storm of outrage on social media that forced both the mainstream media and the politicians to acknowledge the problems and reverse course.—Lawrence Solomon/NP/source-link
- ***Warning: disturbing images***/source-link: RT News.
- 60 Minutes: Lara Logan https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ppMUhV2MAE
"I had no idea how endemic,... that it is so rife, so widespread,... that so many Egyptian men admit to sexually harassing women and think it's completely acceptable. In fact, (the perpetrators) blame the women for it."—Lara Logan, 60 Minutes.