By Pamela Geller
As I noted earlier today, acid attacks are a hallmark of angry Muslim men in Pakistan, where women have been disfigured in acid attacks for crimes such as rejecting a marriage proposal or being raped. Now there has been a spate of such attacks in Berlin. Seven out of ten victims in London are male, in gang-related crimes. But that leave 30%, or 450, female victims. This is without any doubt a consequence of the Islamization of Britain.
“There Have Been 1,500 Acid Attacks Since 2011 In… London,” by Christine Rousselle, Townhall, March 16, 2017 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):
Jaw-dropping numbers released earlier this week show that there were 1,500 acid attacks in London from 2011 to 2016. In what’s even more disturbing news, the frequency of the attacks seems to be increasing–2016 alone accounted for 431 attacks, compared to 261 in 2015. Overall in the whole of the United Kingdom, these attacks have risen 50 percent in the past decade.
Unlike the rest of the world, where the victims of acid attacks are primarily women, an estimated seven out of 10 victims of acid attacks in London are male. They are believed to be connected with gang activity. A former gang member said that acid attacks had become “acceptable” due to the ease of acquiring the components necessary to create the weapon.
Jaf Shah, the executive director of the support group Acid Survivors Trust International (ASTI), told the Guardian: “Looking at the data in general, there is a fairly large probability that a high percentage of the incidents are male-on-male attacks and most likely to be gang-related….