A Belgian woman has made headlines by filming what happens when she walks down the streets of Brussels. Men of African (Muslim?) origin harass her, either hitting on her crudely or calling her names like whore or tramp.
She recorded this during just one afternoon in a "problematic quarter" of Brussels called Anneessenswijk.
In the version of the film shown at the Daily Mail, she interviews one of the immigrant men, who begins by blaming aspects of his own culture (women too much covered up causing frustration), but who then blames Western culture (the sexual objectification of women). By the end of the interview, a convenient scapegoat has been found (Western women aren't sufficiently emancipated, we need more feminism).
That deflects from two more obvious conclusions. First, that Western men aren't so bad after all when it comes to their everyday treatment of women and, second, that a percentage of the African men who hang out in Anneessenswijk have little respect for Western women, effectively creating a no go area for Belgian women who don't want to be harassed in the street.
If you're interested the whole video is posted here. It finishes in an interesting way, with a number of other women recounting their experiences of the area and the pressure they feel to move away.