Jewish Girl’s Murder in Germany Fuels Anti-Migrant Sentiment

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
By Paul Martin

A 20-year-old Iraqi man, Ali Bashar, was arrested in northern Iraq on Friday at the request of German police. He has already admitted to killing 14-year-old Susanna Feldmann.

The case has caused an angry uproar in Germany, with the Central Council of Jews in Germany making a statement to show sympathy for the victim.

“A young life has been cruelly cut short. Our deepest sympathy goes to her relatives and friends,” the council’s president, Josef Schuster, said in a media statement released on June 7.

He added that even though “premature conclusions or speculation [about the case] are out of the question,” he expected judiciary “to come down just as hard on crimes by migrants as it does on crimes by Germans.”
”If someone abuses his privilege to remain in Germany as a guest, the consequences for his right of residence must be examined and the full force of the law applied,” he emphasized.

Susanne Schroter, director of the Global Islam Research Center at Goethe University in Frankfurt, said that “there are no young women here” for migrants like Ali Bashar, young, single men, frustrated and aimless.

“Many of these men believe that any woman who is not wearing a headscarf, who shows a bit of skin in the summertime, who drinks alcohol and smokes, is a ’slut’,” she added.

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