Almost half of all suspects involved in gang rapes in one German state last year were foreigners, according to reports.
A shocking 46 percent of gang rape suspects in North Rhine-Westphalia in 2020 were not citizens of Germany, the government has revealed.
"As the Ministry of the Interior announced at the request of the AfD [Alternative for Germany party] parliamentary group in the Düsseldorf state parliament, 108 of the 236 people who were suspected in connection with the group rape offense last year were not German citizens," Junge Freiheit reports.
Another 66 gang rapes were reported during the first six months of 2021.
Out of 142 suspects, 55 did not hold a German passport. Of those foreigners, 15 were either asylum seekers or illegal migrants.
Foreigners in North Rhine-Westphalia reportedly comprise just under 14 percent of the total population.
Interestingly, AfD also recently uncovered government data indicating that more than half of all people on Islamic extremism watchlists hold German passports.
"Out of 330 individuals listed as threats on the basis of 'religious ideology' as of July 1, 186 were either exclusively German nationals or held a second citizenship in addition to the German one," RT reported this week.
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