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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty View Post
    The UK Border Force Security Theatre is beyond ridiculous. These people (from personal experience having seen them in action) love to act high and mighty, harass legitimate travellers, deliberately stand around doing nothing to hold up passenger queues - at great amusement to themselves, talk down to passengers, berate them, pester and hinder their legitimate movements and travels.

    Here comes the not-so-funny part. Ever notice what Border Force are up to when it comes to aiding and abetting the transport of illegals, usually by sea? They literally run taxi services for barbarian invaders and then arrest, harass and threaten citizens exposing these antics. The foreign barbarian invaders are then put up in hotels by Border Force and the UK authorities at the UK taxpayer's expense. The barbarians and rapefugees are given endless amounts of spending money, tours of football stadiums (you couldn't make this up) and free reign to do whatever they please.
    That seems to be the favourite past-time eh actually work time occupation of police forces in a couple of countries now... Harass otherwise law-abiding citizens, but be soft onto criminals of all kinds - mostly by looking away, when something is happening. Why do people pay taxes again?

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    We pay taxes because the criminals in charge force us, under threat of violence and persecution, to hand over increasing amounts of our hard earned money so that they can squander it on their personal enrichment and pay off their mercenaries used to shake us down even further.

    Tax is legalized theft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RoyBatty View Post
    We pay taxes because the criminals in charge force us, under threat of violence and persecution, to hand over increasing amounts of our hard earned money so that they can squander it on their personal enrichment and pay off their mercenaries used to shake us down even further.

    Tax is legalized theft.
    Taxation is legalised theft. That's one of the major reasons many tribes in Germania revolted against the Romans.

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    Rape, killing of 13-year-old shocks Austria, 3 Afghans held

    Rape, killing of 13-year-old shocks Austria, 3 Afghans held

    Austrian authorities have arrested three Afghans as suspects in the rape and killing of a 13-year-old girl, a crime that has prompted strong condemnation and tough talk from the country’s leader on crimes committed by migrants.

    BERLIN -- Austrian authorities have arrested three Afghans as suspects in the rape and killing of a 13-year-old girl, a crime that has prompted strong condemnation and tough talk from the country’s leader on crimes committed by migrants.

    The girl's body was found next to a tree in Vienna's Donaustadt district on Saturday. Two Afghan youths, aged 16 and 18, were arrested as suspects on Monday. Both were asylum-seekers; the elder had had his protected status revoked as a result of three convictions that included one for robbery.

    Police said Thursday that a third man, a 23-year-old Afghan, was arrested in Vienna on Wednesday evening on suspicion of involvement. Officials have said that the victim knew the first two suspects and had voluntarily accompanied them to the 18-year-old's apartment. There, according to Vienna police chief Gerhard Puerstl, she was given drugs and “crimes against the sexual integrity” of the girl were committed.

    Police say the elder of the two has denied having anything to do with the killing, while the younger hasn't yet said anything.

    Chancellor Sebastian Kurz promised on Tuesday that authorities will ensure the perpetrators are “punished with the full force of the law.” “I find it intolerable for people come to us, say they are seeking protection and then commit cruel, barbaric crimes in
    Austria,” he said. “Politically, this means for me that we will stick to our consistent line,” said Kurz, who has long taken a tough approach to migration issues. “With me, there will definitely never be a halt to deportations to Afghanistan or a watering-down of asylum laws toward asylum-seekers who commit crimes.”

    What would the punishment for these crimes be under Sharia law?
    It’s time to stop tolerating crimes by refugees. Maybe on top of punishing the rapists and murderers their entire families should be deported back to their country of origin.

    Rape, killing of 13-year-old shocks Austria, 3 Afghans ... 12 VII 2021.

    Stop 'the great replacement' completely now.

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    Kuwaiti girl, 12, whose family paid £8,000 to people smugglers for perilous crossing from Calais is among hundreds more arriving today as 2021 total p

    'None of us can swim': Kuwaiti girl, 12, whose family paid £8,000 to people smugglers for perilous crossing from Calais is among hundreds more arriving today as 2021 total passes 8,000 - the same as the whole of 2020

    • A group of 13 migrants in a dangerously overcrowded boat has been filmed crossing the English Channel
    • Good Morning Britain journalist Pip Tomson said dinghy was escorted by a French warship to the border
    • It is thought that hundreds of migrants will be making the treacherous journey by boat today
    • At least 430 migrants sailed across the Channel yesterday in a new single-day record, official figures show
    • High numbers of crossings have continued despite Priti Patel's vow to make the Channel crossings 'unviable'

    A 12-year-old Kuwaiti girl whose family paid people-smugglers £8,000 to make the treacherous journey from Calais to England is among an ongoing surge of migrants crossing the Channel today after a French warship escorted a dinghy containing 13 people into British waters.

    Border Force intercepted what is believed to be the first boat of migrants taking advantage of the flat seas and clear skies and brought its occupants into Dover Marina at around 10am. Around 20 people were seen being escorted up the gangway by Immigration Enforcement officers.

    A further 12 migrants - mainly men from Iran and North and Eastern Africa - were filmed landing their orange rigid hulled inflatable boat on the pebbles at Dungeness, Kent at 11.15am.

    It comes after more than 430 migrants sailed across the Channel yesterday in a new single-day record. With more than 8,000 people having crossed to the UK on board small boats so far this year, 2021 is nearing the total annual figure of 8,417 reached in 2020.

    Sky News showed aerial shots of the men getting out and sitting on the pebble beach while some washed their feet in the water as a rubber ring brought as a makeshift safety aid floated up shore. One migrant told photographers on the beach the group had paid £3,000 each for the 10 hour crossing, while another was seen wearing a denim jacket with the slogan 'live or die' emblazoned on the back.

    Kent Police found a three-inch Stanley blade discarded by a life vest on the floor, believed to have been carried by one of the men. As they prepared to board a coach to Dover, the migrants emptied their possessions into a plastic bag and were interviewed by officers to know how old they were and where they had come from.

    Today a family-of-six from Kuwait - including children aged 12, 11, seven and one just 20-months old - told MailOnline how they paid people-smugglers thousands of pounds to travel from France to England.

    As they were escorted to Dungeness lifeboat station after being brought ashore by Border Force, police and RNLI crews, the father said: 'There are six of us, four children. We have come from Kuwait originally but have been in France for the last month. We paid £8000 to come here.'

    His 12-year-old daughter added: 'None of us can swim but everyone on the boat had lifejackets.'

    Natalie Elphicke, Tory MP for Dover, slammed the people-smugglers and migrants taking advantage of the flat seas. She told MailOnline: 'Another day where small boats are brazenly crossing the English Channel and motoring onto our beaches. That's why I am backing the new powers being debated in Parliament to turn boats around and action to stop small boats leaving France in the first place.

    'Only when migrants and traffickers alike know that they will not succeed in breaking into Britain will the small boats crisis come to an end.'

    Speaking on Times Radio, Immigration Minister Chris Philp called yesterday the 'worst day ever' for crossings and said it is 'vital' that action is taken. He said Ms Patel is close to reaching an agreement with France to boost co-operation and increase police patrols on French beaches.

    Mr Philp also pledged that the controversial Nationality and Borders Bill going through Parliament 'closes some loopholes' and will reform the asylum system. However, campaigners claim the Bill is inhumane and unworkable because it would make it a criminal offence to knowingly arrive in the UK illegally without permission to be here and could lead to four years' imprisonment.

    It comes as:

    • Union officials said Border Force staff are 'stretched' and 'working excessive hours in unsuitable conditions';
    • Ex-prime minister Theresa May sounded warnings over the prospect of the UK sending asylum seekers to Australia-style offshore processing centres;
    • Clandestine Channel Threat Commander Dan O'Mahoney said 'unacceptable' rise in small boat crossings was caused by 'surge in illegal migration across Europe';
    • Detention Action charity said the Government's 'anti-refugee Bill' is 'political theatre that doesn't even pretend to deal with the issue or make our system, safe, fair or efficient'.

    Migrants are seen walking up the beach at Dungeness in Kent after they were intercepted by the coastguard.

    The number of migrants crossing the Channel between 2019-21 has been increasing year-on-year. The graph above shows how many have crossed each month. The red line for 2021 soars above the lines for previous years, showing the monthly total is now at its highest ever.

    The boat carrying the family from Kuwait was one of three to land in Dungeness today. The first crossing had 30 men on board and the second had 13 people.

    On the third boat - among the 42 migrants - were five children and six women. The migrants were from the Middle East and Africa. They were all given water upon arrival before being bussed to immigration centres. None needed hospital appointments.

    One couple had made the journey from Syria via France. The man, who gave his name as Nada, said: 'We are from Damascus but we want to be in England. I love England - it is the perfect country!'

    Other migrants said they were from Kurdistan and Eritrea. Watching the migrants come ashore were locals Suzanne Wells and Jane Gane.

    Suzanne, 61, said: 'I've been living here for 25-years and this is the busiest it's been for migrants coming to the UK. There were a lot of crossings last year but already I think the first seven months of 2021 have exceeded 2020's total or at least must be close to topping it.

    'Yesterday there were reports that some boats were coming that had 70 and 50 people on board. At least three large coaches full of migrants passed me at lunchtime yesterday.'

    Jane, 67, added: 'I feel sorry for them, especially if they are genuinely escaping hardship or persecution. But there are some who are here just for economic reasons.'

    A French warship escorted a group of 13 migrants crammed into a small boat into British waters before handing them over to a baffled news crew this morning, as hundreds are expected to cross today after more than 430 people landed in the UK yesterday in a single-day record.

    Good Morning Britain journalist Pip Tomson told ITV viewers that the dinghy, which is made for just six passengers, was escorted by a French warship to the border before it left, apparently thinking that the team of reporters would then escort the migrants back to the UK.

    Ms Tomson said GMB alerted Border Force to the small boat, but agreed to 'observe' the migrants because UK officials were so busy handling other crossings this morning. Around 20 minutes later, a Border Force jet-ski was filmed escorting the dinghy to the English coastline.

    Appearing on GMB this morning, Business Minister Paul Scully said the migrants were escaping war-torn countries and said 'people should be claiming asylum in the first safe port' they reach.

    France struck a deal with the UK in November to tackle illegal Channel crossings but has so far resisted the idea of having dinghies sent back to its northern beaches.

    In March, Home Secretary Priti Patel announced plans to overhaul Britain's immigration regime by giving border guards patrolling the Channel greater powers to turn back migrant boats. The crackdown will be dependent on France and other countries accepting the return of migrants.

    A police source told MailOnline: 'The men were intercepted by the RNLI and brought to the lifeboat station where they were given water. There were a total of 30 young men, from Iran and Northern and Eastern Africa who had set off overnight from the French coast.

    'All of them are fairly healthy and nobody required hospital treatment. Officers found a Stanley knife blade which had had the base removed and was covered in silver duct tape. The blade is thought to have been discarded by one of the migrants as they came ashore before being searched by police.

    'The migrants will be taken to an immigration centre and be given food once on the coach. We are expecting another craft to land less than a mile away and that one, we believe, has 40-persons on board.'

    Dr Ben Greening, Executive Director of Migration Watch UK, told MailOnline: 'This was another daily record and we are going to see that surpassed time and time again going forward unless the Government gets serious.

    'Illegal crossings so far this year are now nearly 11 times the number recorded by this point in 2019, just before the Home Secretary promised they would become 'infrequent'. This is not good enough and the public are fed up to the teeth with this debacle.'

    As the number of people crossing in small boats rises, the number coming over to Britain in lorries or train containers through the Channel Tunnel has declined following high-profile incidents in which migrants smuggled onto lorries and containers have died en route.

    Speaking to MailOnline today, furious union officials said that Border Force staff are 'working excessive hours in unsuitable conditions' as officials struggle to keep a handle on the numbers of migrants who are intercepted in the Channel and who need processing on land.

    Kuwaiti family are among Channel migrants hitting UK today 20 VII 2021.

    Mass migration and the 'Scamdemic' are a joint enterprise to destroy us.

    One distracts us from the other.

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    Record 430 Migrants Cross English Channel in Single Day

    BBC, July 20, 2021

    At least 430 migrants crossed the English Channel to the UK on Monday – a new record for a single day – the Home Office has said.

    The department said it was taking “substantial steps to tackle the unacceptable problem of illegal migration”.

    Around 50 people were seen landing on the beach at Dungeness in Kent after crossing in one dinghy.

    The group included women and young children.

    It comes after eight boats carrying 241 migrants reached the UK on Sunday.

    On Tuesday, there were further beach landings at Dungeness and Dover, further along the coast.

    Already this year, nearly 8,000 people have reached the UK in about 345 boats.

    The previous daily high of 416 was set in September 2020.

    Home Secretary Priti Patel has pledged to make Channel crossings “unviable”, with new legislation that will make it a crime to knowingly arrive in the UK without permission.

    The Nationality and Borders Bill, which is currently being considered by MPs, will mean migrants entering without permission could face up to four years in prison.

    The government hopes the overhaul of asylum rules will deter migrants making the crossing.

    But the plans have been criticised by charities including Refugee Action, which has called them “extreme and nasty”.

    The home secretary’s proposals to change the asylum system are back in Parliament today – and Ms Patel will tell MPs that the British people have had enough of what she calls open borders and uncontrolled migration.

    Excluding the pandemic period, the UK consistently receives far fewer asylum applications than comparable nations. In 2019, some 45,000 sought asylum in the UK. That’s about a third of the number in France – and 1% of the total number of refugees marooned in Turkey following the war in Syria.

    The current rate of small-boat arrivals isn’t even a record in UK asylum terms. They average out at 39 a day and, on 2019’s figures, are about a third of all asylum applicants.

    But more importantly, the total is seven times lower than the records seen during the Tony Blair years.

    What is however costing an awful lot of money are the well-documented and worsening delays in the Home Office’s £1bn asylum system.

    Parliamentary data shows that the total number of asylum seekers who are in limbo waiting for a decision on their futures, or removal after a rejection, has doubled since 2014.

    Dan O’Mahoney, clandestine channel threat commander, said: “There is an unacceptable rise in dangerous small boat crossings across the channel because of a surge in illegal migration across Europe.

    “People should claim asylum in the first safe country they reach and not risk their lives making these dangerous crossings. We are continuing to pursue the criminals behind these illegal crossings.”

    He added that the Nationality and Borders Bill would “protect lives and break this cycle of illegal crossings” and the government was continuing to return those with no legal right to remain in the UK.

    But Amnesty International’s Steve Valdez-Symonds told the BBC the new legislation was an “extremely reckless and dangerous response” to the issue and would not tackle the problem of people smugglers.

    Instead, he said it was likely to drive desperate people to avoid the authorities, leaving them vulnerable to further exploitation and slavery.


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    DOZENS of migrants on an over-loaded dinghy are caught on video streaming into Kent as a record 482 cross the channel in one day - bringing the total

    DOZENS of migrants on an over-loaded dinghy are caught on video streaming into Kent as a record 482 cross the channel in one day - bringing the total to 10,222 this year

    More than 10,000 migrants have officially crossed the Channel by small boat so far this year after almost 500 made the dangerous journey yesterday, piling even more pressure on Priti Patel who has pinned her political career on stopping them. The Home Secretary has handed £54 million extra to France to patrol their beaches and is announced a Nationality and Borders bill to make it harder for people to claim asylum but still they come in even greater numbers.

    And yesterday a beachgoer filmed a boat of migrants pull up right next to Dungeness Power Station said that police were already waiting to collect them but allowed the group to pose for smartphone selfies on the pebbles. The dramatic footage showed young children among the group of around 30 migrants who had made most of the treacherous crossing from France in a large blow-up boat before being rescued by the RNLI, which helped to bring them ashore. The witness said: 'I was fishing with a friend and around 11am I spotted a red pontoon approaching the shore. The pontoon was full of people and it was definitely overloaded'. He added: 'I saw small kids, teenagers and lots of adults. Some of them were even taking photos of themselves when they landed'.

    Migrants on an over-loaded dinghy are caught on video ...
    2 hours ago · More than 10,000 migrants have officially crossed the Channel by small boat so far this year after almost 500 made the dangerous journey on Wednesday 04 VIII 2021.

    Mass 3rd World Migration was the reason BREXIT went through. WHY is still continuing?

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    More than 10,000 migrants reach UK by RNLI ferry taxi service as Channel crossings hit a new daily record

    More than 10,000 migrants reach UK as Channel crossings hit a new daily record

    More than 10,000 migrants have officially crossed the Channel by small boat so far this year after almost 500 reached the UK on Wednesday, a new record for a single day.

    Border Force intercepted 482 people in 21 boats on Wednesday, 52 more than the previous daily record set on July 19 when 430 arrived. It takes the total for 2021 so far to 10,222, already surpassing last year’s record of 8,417.

    Confirming the figures, Dan O’Mahoney, Clandestine Channel Threat Commander, said: “These dangerous small boat crossings, facilitated by criminal gangs, are putting lives at risk. “These numbers are unacceptable, that’s why we are taking action on all fronts. Law enforcement agencies are dismantling the people smuggling gangs.

    © Provided by The Telegraph The RNLI helping migrants off their lifeboat.

    "Joint work with the French has seen a doubling of police officers on French beaches. And we are reforming the pull factors here at home. “The government’s New Plan for Immigration is the only credible long term plan to fix the broken asylum system and bring this exploitation to an end.”

    The milestone was reached as Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, was on a fact-finding visit to Greece to investigate the tactics being used by the Greeks to turn back migrants crossing the Aegean from Turkey.

    More than 10,000 migrants reach UK this year as Channel ...

      10 hours ago · More than 10,000 migrants have officially crossed the Channel by small boat so far this year after almost 500 reached the UK on Wednesday, a new record for a …

    The RNLI (the Royal National Lifeboat Institute) should not be providing a 'ferry taxi service' for these invaders to come to the UK. If they feel compelled to intervene then it should be to return them to France where they came from.

    They should not be given food, shelter or social benefits.

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    Charity boat carrying 257 migrants docks in Italy after permission granted

    A GERMAN CHARITY boat carrying 257 migrants rescued from the Mediterranean has docked in Sicily after Italian authorities granted permission, and hours later a French humanitarian vessel with 549 migrants aboard received a similar port assignment.

    After several days in limbo at sea, German Sea-Watch 3 sailed into port at Trapani, western Sicily. Among the migrants aboard were 70 minors, some of them travelling without adult guardians while trying to reach Europe. Health workers were administering Covid-19 tests to the migrants.

    German maritime rescue group Sea-Watch said Italian authorities assigned the German-flagged vessel a port yesterday after sea conditions in the central Mediterranean deteriorated. Italy appealed to the European Union earlier in the week to press fellow EU nations to take some of the thousands of asylum-seekers who have arrived in the country in recent months, a sharp increase since 2020. But similar past appeals for EU solidarity largely went unheeded, and there was no immediate signal the Italian government’s latest pitch would prove more effective.

    A French charity, SOS Mediterranee, said that Italy had granted port permission to the Ocean Viking, which is carrying 549 passengers, including a three-month-old infant, who were rescued in six separate operations this week.

    The Viking was expected to arrive at the port of Pozzallo, Sicily, tomorrow. The Italian coast guard took one migrant off the boat for medical reasons last night, the fourth such evacuation from the Ocean Viking in recent days.

    Italy’s interior minister earlier in the week pressed the European Union for an “urgent” change of direction on migrant policy. Right-wing leader Matteo Salvini, whose anti-migrant League party is a member of the country’s wide-ranging coalition coalition, is insisting premier Mario Draghi act decisively to stem the flow of migrants arriving on Italy’s shores.

    Charity boat carrying 257 migrants docks in Italy after permission granted 07 VIII 2021.

    The German 'Sea-Watch 3' has been ferrying these 3rd worlder into Europe for years now.

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    34-year-old mother ended her life in a suitcase - now the killing has become the spark behind a heated debate in Germany

    A woman was found murdered and buried in Bavaria, Germany, on Thursday. It has brought to life a debate on honour killings that has not been on the agenda for years.

    Maryam H., who has lived in Germany for several years, was allegedly murdered in July by her two younger brothers. The murder is considered an honour killing by the German public prosecutor's office.

    A female found in a hole in the ground in the German state of Bavaria is now reviving a heated discussion about women's relationships in Germany and old stories of defamation and killings of women in immigrant communities.

    The story became really interesting when police began to trawl cctv footage on German trains, among others, and discovered that the slain woman's two brothers were seen in some of the footage with a large suitcase that could contain the body of her sister.

    An Afghan with a Western lifestyle

    The Afghan woman, Maryam H., came to Germany two years ago with her two children, aged nine and 13, where she quickly adapted to the Western way of life. Maryam divorced her Afghan husband shortly afterwards and found a home in Berlin-Lichtenberg, where her youngest brother, Seyed (22), is said to have lived until a few months ago.

    She threw down the scarf, started wearing Western clothes and makeup, and reportedly fell in love again during the last months of her life. It was also her new partner who, shortly after her disappearance, reported her missing to the German authorities. Maryam had left behind her two children, which is why the police quickly suspected it was a crime. However, it would be weeks before her body was found. It happened on Thursday, about 20 kilometers from the oldest brother, Sayeds (25), residence near Holzkirchen.

    A relative of Maryam told German tabloid BZ on Sunday:

    "Maryam was a good person. She has been very scared since her divorce because her brothers terrorized her."

    Apparently, the new Western lifestyle became too much for the two younger brothers. They pressured her to keep the headscarf on and, according to neighbors, tried to cut her off from other people. According to the German prosecutor's office, they are both suspected of killing Maryam on July 13, and they were both remanded in custody on Wednesday.

    Maryam H. was killed in Berlin and then transported 550 kilometers from the capital to Holzkirchen, Bavaria, in a suitcase. She was buried in a hole in the ground – in a grove, densely covered by trees.

    The body was found on the basis that one of the brothers had had his mobile phone turned on when they buried the sister.

    On the same day of the murder, police spotted one of the brothers on a surveillance camera at a long-distance station in Germany. In his hand, he carried a large suitcase.

    A spokesman for the Public Prosecutor's Office
    told the German BZ:

    'The suspects are believed to have brought the body to the older brother's residence in Bavaria and buried it there.'

    A neighbour has further informed BZ of seeing the two brothers with a heavy suitcase in the hallway of the apartment complex.

    Not the first time

    The murder of Maryam H. is mistakenly similar to another German honour killing that took place in 2005. Here, a few weeks after her birthday, the German woman Hatun Aynur Sürücü was shot dead at a bus stop in the city of Tempelhof.

    Just as with Maryam H., Sürücü was also of Middle Eastern origin and was killed by his younger brother. Sürücü had divorced her cousin, with whom she had entered into a forced marriage at the age of 16.

    Just before he killed her with three shots to the head, the brother of Sürücü allegedly asked her:

    "Do you regret your sins?"

    On the anniversary of Hatun Sürücü's death, German psychologist Ahmad Mansour told German media Deutsche Welle:
    "Before Hatun Sürücü's murder, there was a prevailing idea that so-called honour killings were something that took place in Saudi Arabia, Jordan or Turkey, but not in Germany. That's changed,'

    The debate on failed integration

    In the wake of the murder of 34-year-old Maryam H., German politician Kai Wegner, a member of Germany's Christian Democratic Union (CDU), has now called for an 'open debate on failed integration'.

    "It's about archaic values being taken to Germany from the countries of origin," Wegner said Saturday- according to Der Tagesspiegel.
    'Germany is a free country where everyone can do whatever they want. But the basis for coexistence is the value system of the Constitution and not sharia, he elaborated.

    Elke Breitenbach, the German senator for integration, labour and social affairs, also spoke on 9 August on the matter to Der Tagesspiegel:

    'In Germany, a woman is killed by her partner or ex-partner every three days. This is not 'honour killing', it is'femicide'.'

    There are no official statistics on how many honour killings have taken place in recent years in Germany. The most recent study was carried out by the Max Planch Institute back in 2011. It shows the number of documented cases from 1996 to 2005. In those years, 78 murders were investigated as honor killings, though 43% of the victims were men.

    The 34-year-old mother ended her life in a suitcase - now the killing has become the spark behind a heated debate in Germany
    10 VIII 2021.

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