Islam in Germany Robert Spencer

Robert Spencer: Muslim migrants start brawl over short skirt in Germany………


This is to become normalized behavior if the West does not push back…


Increasingly in the West, one must do as the Muslims do — or else.

The principle is always and everywhere the same: in Muslim countries, one must conform one’s behavior to suit Islamic sensibilities. And in non-Muslim countries, one must conform one’s behavior to suit Islamic sensibilities. This was proven true again last Thursday in Duisberg, Germany, where a Muslim migrant thought a German woman’s skirt was too short, and started a brawl.


According to the German publication Waz, “Different views on the length of a skirt worn by a woman led to a fight between two groups in Duisburg. The police report a dispute over cultural differences, which began verbally and ended in a fistfight, in which a participant dislocated his shoulder.”


No establishment media source will ever dare to say what was really behind this kind of incident: not simply “cultural differences,” but religious beliefs.


A police spokeswoman, Jacqueline Grahl, explained: “The revealing style of clothing of a 50-year-old met with incomprehension in a 20-year-old.” Waz added: “According to information from our editorial team, the man who insulted the unknown woman and asked her why she had to present her legs in such a way is a Duisburger with Turkish roots. He was together with three other Duisburgers with Turkish roots in the Rheinpark.”


The German woman was not inclined to accept all this passively. Grahl continued: “The 50-year-old woman, in turn, also disagreed with the cultural habits of the 20-year-old and his acquaintances.” According to Waz, “She is said to have wondered loudly about his friends, why women and men in the other group were sitting separately.” Concluded Grahl: “The mutual lack of understanding about cultural differences escalated until it ended in a brawl.”

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