Islamization of Ireland: Sex Crimes Spike 75% with Mass Migration, 'Mohammed' Top Baby Name

The growth in the local Muslim population is mainly driven by immigration, with large numbers of Muslims from overseas.

Ireland has reportedly seen a massive spike in the number of sexual offenses recorded in the country on a yearly basis, with the figure said to have increased by over 75 percent since 2011.

The revelation coincides with ongoing anti-immigration protests which have partly focused on the idea that insufficiently vetted migrant males arriving from abroad could endanger women and children in the country.

According to a report by Gript Media, figures released by the Irish government in response to a parliamentary question revealed that there were well over 3,400 sexual offenses recorded in 2021 — a massive leap from the less than 2,000 offenses recorded in 2011.

Rapes are also said to have more than doubled over the same time frame, with the government data also revealing that the number of domestic abuse callouts responded to by the Irish police force each year has now spiked to over 50,000 — an increase of around 40 percent since only 2019.

This is a disaster for tens of thousands of people, mostly women,” said Peadar Toibín TD (Teachta Dála, roughly equivalent to MP/Member of Parliament/MP in the United Kingdom) in response to the revelation.

In 2011, there were 1,958 sexual offenses recorded. In 2021 the figure increased by 75 percent to 3,433 sexual offenses,” he continued.

“In 2011, there were 447 rapes recorded. In 2021 it had doubled to 983 rapes,” added the parliamentarian who received the data in the first place.

The spike in sexual offenses also coincides with the country seeing an increase of roughly 100,000 non-Irish nationals living in the country from 2011 to 2021 — a statistic that does not include those foreign nationals living in Ireland that have been naturalized as citizens — although the new sex crime figures do not appear to break down the nationality or background of offenders.

(…) Breitbart


Imam Praises Muslim Increase in Ireland…

An imam at the Galway mosque was “pleasantly surprised” to learn Mohammed was last year the most popular name for boys born in the city. 

Mohammed is a popular name in Muslim communities across the world and is chosen by parents to honour the Prophet Mohammed and his work preaching the word of God. 

Ireland has historically had a small Muslim population, but this has begun to change in recent years.

“It’s not something I expected,” Ibrahim Noonan told Moncrieff. 

“I would have expected maybe Finn or Aengus or Seán or whatever, but I was pleasantly surprised, and there was a smile on my face when I came to know that Mohammed was the name that was the most popular name.” 

In 1991, only 3,875 Muslims lived in Ireland, but by 2016 that number had grown to  63,443. 

The 2022 census is expected to record an even larger population, and Mr. Noonan says growth has been particularly strong in Galway. 

“I used to make comments about it to friends of mine, that it seemed that every third person was a Muslim – male or female,” he said. 

“There’s definitely signs of a huge increase in Muslim people living in Ireland – especially Galway city itself.” 

The growth in the local Muslim population is mainly driven by immigration, with large numbers of Muslims from overseas coming to study or work in the health service.

(…) Newstalk

Amy Mek

Investigative Journalist: Banned in parts of Europe, Wanted by Islamic countries, Threatened by terror groups, Hunted by left-wing media, Smeared by Hollywood elites & Fake religious leaders.


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