The February edition of Polish magazine wSieci has caused outrage with its cover, which depicts "Islamic Rape on Europe."
It shows a white woman dressed in the European Union flag being grabbed by disembodied arms apparently meant to represent those of Muslim men. The subtitle reads "Our report: what media and elites in Brussels hide from European Union citizens."
The article on Cologne states: "The people of old Europe, after the events of New Year's Eve in Cologne, painfully realized the problems arising from the massive influx of immigrants. The first signs that things were going wrong, however, were there a lot earlier. They were still ignored or were minimized in significance in the name of tolerance and political correctness."
The cover of the traditionally right-leaning publication has provoked mixed reactions from social media users.
One commenter also noted German magazine Focus's recent cover showing a naked white woman covered in black handprints. The title translates to, "Women complain of sex attacks from migrants: Are we tolerant or blind?"
In January, the Polish government passed a new law placing all Polish state broadcasting under state control.
According to the law, the government will have the power to appoint and dismiss TV and radio executives. This won't affect print publications like wSieci. Poland has come under increasing criticism from the EU for initiatives taken by its new government that appear to crack down on press freedom and other democratic values.
Rachael Krishna is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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