The golden, sunny Southern Coast of Spain is a huge tourist attraction, but it is also one of the main ports of entry for illegal immigration into the country and Europe.
There are so many cases of immigrant violence in these regions which go almost completely unnoticed – understandably so, as tourism is one of Spain’s biggest industries.
On April 16th in Alicante, an Algerian man met a woman at a disco and then insisted she come home with him. Once in his flat, another three men appeared from an adjacent room and all 4 of them raped her. One of them then drove her to her home, whereby she ran away to the nearest open shop and made a call to the police. Hours later the four suspects were apprehended.
Just a day later in Algeciras, in Andalusia, which is run by the Socialist Party PSOE and is a main port of entry from Tangier, Morocco, an elderly lady was beaten violently and robbed as she arrived home at night. In a city which is almost a quarter Muslim, this is a common occurrence there.
Cases like these go unnoticed or largely unreported, such as a horrific rape last year in Gandía, near Valencia, which barely got any national media attention, where one of two Pakistanis, two Cubans and two Algerians raped a young woman while others watched and did nothing. And just a month ago, 10 Algerians were arrested for raping 3 girls – one was only 14 years old – for 24 hours.
Importing a massive amount of mostly young, male immigrants into Europe, disrupting the population gender-balance of the host countries, is a recipe for certain disaster.
Germany, Sweden, France and the UK have already found out. Spain’s problems are just beginning.