Note: The following video apparently is not visible in Cologne, Berlin, Frankfurt, Stockholm, Malmö, and several other European cities where they seem to have completely missed it and thus are shocked to the core.
However, if access has been restored, in this video - as you now can see - the American journalist Lara Logan in 2011 went to Egypt to cover the failed Arabic Spring, which put the Sharia-longing Muslim Brotherhood in power for a brief and abrupt term, until people started to go WTF? and General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi seized power with another military coup and then put the former Muslim Brotherhood leadership - and Egyptian government - in prison, where they now sleep on death row.
German police: It's an Arab rape game called Taharrush, and now it has come to Europe
Lara Logan tells the American documentary program "60 Minutes" about the 20 minutes she was in hell and when she though she was going to die.
It happened suddenly. The Arab Taharrush rape game was in motion, and again she was in the spotlight, only this time the cameras were handheld cell phones and she was about to be gang raped.
Watch her tell about it herself.
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