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Japan, Refugees and Rape

Japan has one of the most restrictive immigration policies in the world. During the migration crisis in 2015, Japan admitted only twenty-seven refugees. However, despite extreme vetting, two of them have been charged with gang-raping a Japanese woman. According to Tokyo Reporter:

At approximately 12:30 a.m. on December 27 of last year, Onder Pinarbasi, 22, and a 16-year-old boy allegedly took the woman, aged in her 30s, to a public toilet near JR Akabane Station and sexually assaulted her. The suspects also stole 9,000 yen in cash from the victim.

The rape took place while Japanese authorities were processing the request for asylum. The criminal case is from 2016 but was not widely reported in the mainstream media in the West. Liberty Nation nevertheless reports it now, due to its relevance to the ongoing debate about admitting refugees from the Middle East.

The EU has had an open border policy for a long time, and some countries have accepted more refugees than others, such as Germany, Sweden, and the United Kingdom. All of these countries have experienced near-epidemic rates of rape and sexual assaults. Sweden has in only a couple of decades gone from being one of the safest countries in the world to become known as the rape capital of Europe. The Federalist writes:

According to United Nations data, in 2010 Sweden had the second highest rate of rape in the world.

In England, Muslim grooming gangs sexually abused and raped around 1400 young girls over a decade before the story finally broke. It became a major scandal; the authorities knew about it but covered it up out of fear of being accused of racism.

According to Labor Member of Parliament Sarah Champion, as much as one million children in the United Kingdom may have been sexually abused by Muslims since the late 1980s.

Similarly, on New Year’s Eve in 2015, more than 2000 Muslim men sexually assaulted 1200 women in Cologne, Germany. As in England, authorities and the media covered it up to avoid creating racism. Only after extensive witness testimony in social media was the truth finally revealed.

For a long time, Europe has been an omen about what to expect if refugees and migrants, especially from the Middle East, are admitted into the country. Even Japan, who only opened their borders to twenty-seven refugees, experienced these problems.

However, one industrialized country is not currently experiencing any rape or violent crime sprees, and that is Singapore. It has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. Incidentally, the small island nation has a policy of not accepting a single refugee.

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