The Voice of Europe reports:
A study in the German state of Lower Saxony has clearly linked the increase of violent crime with the arrival of migrants in the area.
Lower Saxony saw an increase of 10.4 percent in reported violent crimes in the years 2015 and 2016. According to the two-year study of the Zurich University of Applied Sciences, 92.1 percent of the increase was attributable to migrants.
Two thirds of the victims of migrant crimes are Germans, the study says. Migrants from North Africa were most likely to commit violent crimes compared to migrants from Syria and Iraq.
An earlier study showed that the crime rate among migrants in Germany rose by more than 50 per cent to 174,438 in 2016.
The findings show what a lot of people had predicted: There’s a (strong) relationship between crime and Migration from Muslim majority countries in Africa and the Middle East.