According to Nigel Farage, Malmo, along with other urban centres in Sweden, has one of the highest levels of reported rapes in proportion to population in the EU, mainly due to the strictness of Swedish laws and how rape is recorded in the country.
According to Eurostat, the agency that collects statistical data from all EU countries, in 2015 Sweden had over 162,000 asylum applications or 1,667 asylum seekers for every 100,000 citizens.
A large majority of the 2015 asylum seekers – 114,470 – were male, 45,790 of them between 18 and 34 years of age.
The rate of reported rapes in Malmo has not dramatically risen in recent years and has in fact declined from its peak in 2010, before the recent large increases in refugees.
It is not possible to connect crimes to the ethnicity of the perpetrators as such data is not published.
Two attacks were reported yesterday (16.12.2017) alone. A 17 year old girl was brutally attacked and gang-raped by Muslim rapists in Sofielund, Malmö. The attack occurred around 3 AM at a playground, with the victim suffering serious injuries, requiring hospitalization.
Latest reports state that the girl was tortured with lighter fluid being poured in her vagina, and setting it on fire.
It was at 03 o’clock Saturday when police were alerted that a younger woman had been exposed to a brutal gang rape at a playground in Sofielund, Malmö.
The girl, according to the police’s website, is between 15 and 20 years old, was so seriously injured and was taken to hospital with an ambulance.
The police say that they have received a large amount of public tips, but no perpetrators have yet to be arrested. “We also check if there are any surveillance cameras in the area and what they can provide,” says Fredrik Bratt, police officer.
The night’s abuse, however, is only one in the line of assault violence with several culprits in the city lately.
In November, two other assault violence in Malmö occurred, one of which has occurred very close to the group’s rape in the night.
The police believe there is a connection between the attack. And in Malmö people are shocked by the night’s event.
– Everyone is worried. I know no woman who is not worried. So I hope the police take this seriously, says 27-year-old Malmö Nora Wieser to Aftonbladet on Saturday.
She explains that she is so afraid to live in Malmö that she never walks in the evenings, but always cycles – even if she only has a shorter distance.
But after all, the message from Malmö police is that women will not be afraid, says SVT Nyheter Skåne.
– Then you take responsibility for the victim and send out wrong signals. You do not need to avoid places or stay at home, “said police press officer Kim Hild to SVT.
According to the police, it is “counterproductive” asking women to stay home, as it creates even more concern.
The police have not expressed any sense of the perpetrators you are looking for.