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A six-month IRIN investigation into Berlin shelters reveals that female refugees in Germany have grossly inadequate protection from sexual and gender-based violence.Minimum standards are not legally binding and rarely enforced or monitored, while dozens of women interviewed said they had experienced sexual harassment, a lack of support, and reported living in fear of being assaulted.Gatestone Institute also criticized German authorities’ inability to take the “rape crisis” seriously, and cited the case of a 23-year-old Turkish man who was acquitted of rape charges because the victim couldn’t prove she did not give the rapist consent.According to the victim’s testimony, her head was forced between the steel bars of a headboard on a bed and, despite verbal and physical attempts to stop her accused rapist, was “repeatedly violated” over the course of four hours. The court, according to Gatestone Institute, reportedly asked the victim, “Could it be that the defendant thought you were in agreement?During the month of July 2016, hundreds of German women and children were sexually assaulted by migrants (see Appendix below). Attacks occurred at beaches, bike trails, cemeteries, discotheques, grocery stores, music festivals, parking garages, playgrounds, schools, shopping malls, taxis, public transportation (buses, trams, intercity express trains and subways), public parks, public squares, public swimming pools and public restrooms. Dozens of women and children have been assaulted by migrants at summer festivals and public swimming pools — staples of ordinary German life.
Police have warned about a potential breakdown of public order this summer, when young male migrants are likely to see women lightly dressed.(Photo by Johannes Simon/Getty Images) The incident occurred shortly after midnight on April 2, when a 23-year-old woman was raped at a campground at the Siegaue nature reserve.When the woman's panic-stricken 26-year-old boyfriend called the police emergency number for help, a female officer answered the phone.After arriving in Berlin in the summer of 2015 and being housed in a former airport called Tempelhof, she began suffering from frequent panic attacks, which left her immobilised and unable to speak.She told IRIN that male residents and security staff often took the opportunity to hug and touch her while pretending to comfort her.