Where's the white women at
This of course has many ramifications, one being the safety of women, in an Islamic state we all know that the female is treated like dirt - a mere chattel to be used and abused as the male likes, the abuse, for Islamic women, is pretty much the norm but the abuse of non Islamic women by Muslim men is much more venomous and violent, the non Muslim female - irrespective of age - is seen as less than human.
The Muslim bloc that is now forming will only increase the disdain that the Muslim male has for non Muslim females because the social organization of the states in the bloc will place the male at the top, the women below them and the infidel female below them.
This cannot be more clearly demonstrated by yet another sexual assault on a non Muslim white female in Cairo, it is this mindset that is carried with the Islamic male wherever he goes ,
This young woman was brutally assaulted, so much so she thought she was going to die, she was in Tahrir Square covering the election of the president, there were lots of Muslim women there as well - it would appear that these women were not raped
No matter what country the Muslim male is in you can almost guarantee that rapes will increase, in many cases exponentially. the victims being predominantly white females of ANY age.
For anybody to say that these crimes are "one Off's" and not representative of the Muslim males mindset is farcical, it clearly is, the following is a comment taken from the Daily mail, it is one young woman's experience of the Islamic male in Cairo:-
This story reminds me of when I first went to Egypt about 15 years ago, with my partner, who was 6'2", big built - and thought I'd be safe. We travelled around the coast of Sinai, from Sharm El Sheik to Tarrabin. Everywhere we went, men groped me. In front of my partner. We swam in the sea together, and a group of men swam out, chasing me and held my partner away from me while the others grabbed at my body, my breasts and viciously groped me. In shops, and in the streets, men of all ages, from young teens to very old men, grabbed at me. I saw the same dark, vicious looks and it was sexually motivated. I wore long sleeves and skirts, but because I didn't wear a burka, I was seen as fair game, a Western woman. I cried every day and couldn't wait until our flight home. I then returned to Egypt about six years ago, this time to stay in an all inclusive resort, and again, thought I'd be safe. But the male staff were very inappropriate, with their comments and overly touching Western women.