Prey : immigration, Islam, and the erosion of women's rights
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|Milton Public Library||305.42 HIR (Text)||33226000929093||MLTM New Non-Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780062857873
- ISBN: 0062857878
- ISBN: 9780062857897
xix, 322 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
- Edition: First edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Harper, 
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references (pages 279-311) and index.|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Part I : the unsafe streets. The clock turns back ; The fifth wave ; Sexual violence by numbers ; Taharrush Gamea (the rape game) comes to Europe ; How women's rights are being eroded ; Is the law an ass? -- Part II : the European establishment abrogates responsibility for women's safety. Actions have consequences ; The broken windows of liberal justice ; The playbook of denial ; The feminist predicament -- Part III : clashing civilizations, revisited. The modesty doctrine ; Culture clash ; Why integration has not happened ; The integration industry and its failure ; Grooming gangs -- Part IV : solutions, fake and real. "For you who are married to a child" ; The populist problem ; A new approach to integration ; The road to Gilead.|
|Summary, etc.:||Why are so few people talking about the eruption of sexual violence and harassment in Europe's cities? Because almost no one in a position of power wants to admit that the problem is linked to the arrival of several million migrants--most of them young men--from Muslim-majority countries. In Prey, the best-selling author of Infidel, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, presents startling statistics, criminal cases and personal testimony. She shows that, after a period when sexual violence in western Europe barely increased, after 2014 it surged. In Germany "offences against sexual self-determination" in 2018 were 36% above their 2014 level. Nearly two-fifths of the suspects were non-German. Asylum seekers were suspects in 11% of all reported rapes and sexual harassment cases in Austria in 2017, despite making up less than 1% of the total population. This violence isn't a figment of alt-right propaganda. It's a real problem that Europe--and the world--cannot continue to ignore.|