Cologne Imam: ''Perfume is to blame for rapes''

 
Cologne Imam: ''Perfume is to blame for rapes''
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An Imam of a mosque in Cologne explains that migrants are raping German women because of their irresistible pleasant smell.

In an exclusive interview with the Russian broadcaster REN TV, translated by Fort Russ, the cleric said that women are to blame for their rape by Middle Eastern men – because the alleged victims provoked the men with revealing clothing and perfume.

Due to the NYE assaults, throughout Germany self-defense classes are set up and vigilante groups are being formed, which include both far-right activists and ordinary citizens.

Within the Islamic community there is a different interpretations of the events on New Year's Eve in Cologne, and some mosques have already explained that the blame belongs to European women.

In the TV clip, the local Imam says at one of his sermons. "We need to respond correctly, not to add fuel to the fire. Talk with them and find solutions. But if someone is attacking others, insulting them, it may be a dangerous situation. One of the reasons (why migrants raped the girls), they were dressed as (Western) women. If they go half-naked, use perfume, then such things happen. Man, woman... It's like a splash of fuel to the fire...", said Sami Abu-Yusuf, Imam of the mosque Al-Tawheed in Cologne.

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