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There was a mayor festival love the week. Which has resulted in 5 unaccompanied minors being charged with sexual assault / rape. The asylum center has been heavily in the media the last couple of weeks for mass brawls, in neighbors gardens, to complete useless mangement.
post #2597 of 2656
How Muslim sacrifice is made.

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/palestinian-man-goads-little-boy-throwing-stones-urges-israelis
http://www.mrctv.org/videos/palestinian-man-goads-little-boy-throwing-stones-urges-israelis-shoot-him
post #2598 of 2656
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Originally Posted by wojt View Post

Crime by nationality graph composed from stat sheet from german police site, good arguement against mass illegal immigration from 3rd word countries.

http://i.imgur.com/EHbUiOU.jpg

ps. worth noting China's positionon all these charts lol

 

What a coincidence that the top 9 most murderous nationalities are all muslim!

post #2599 of 2656
What we need to hear more of is how Europe just hasn't done a good job of assimilating them, and we'll do better. The natural response to not fitting in as a new member of a group is to systematically murder as many people as you can in a short amount of time. We can all relate to that, right? It's the fault of the Europeans for not assimilating them.

What's amazing to watch is that many republicans also use this ridiculous assimilation argument.

The U.S. hasn't done a better job of assimilating them, or at least the difference is so minuscule it doesn't warrant a discussion. We just have fewer Muslims than places like France. Give the U.S. those same numbers and we'll be dealing with the same problems.
post #2600 of 2656
A somali fled the country and back to Somalia, so he could escape a murder charge in Copenhagen. Now he has been convicted in Somali and has to pay 33 1/3 camels in reparations.

So it its safe enough to flee back to, they are not applicable for asylum and can be shipped back.
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Refugees can go back to syria as well. Even ex fighters in the opposition are grnated amnesty and reconciliations happened in many cities. There are many areas of syria with no major fighting at all.
post #2602 of 2656
We are granting people from Damaskus asylum and family renunciation and as far as I know not a lot happened there.
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Lol at moroccan boxer is going to be deported out of Brasil for sexual harassment. Good luck to the left wing using war to explain the behavior now.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-36989897
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Lol at moroccan boxer is going to be deported out of Brasil for sexual harassment. Good luck to the left wing using war to explain the behavior now.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-36989897

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post #2605 of 2656
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Lol at moroccan boxer is going to be deported out of Brasil for sexual harassment. Good luck to the left wing using war to explain the behavior now.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-latin-america-36989897

Scantily glad Brazilian maids, lack of cultural cues, they "wanted it" as far as he knew. Guy is the real victim.
post #2606 of 2656
http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-36994955

Age old story of a workplace raid and illegals get detained. However, now we have hashtags so butthurt travels.
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Rafa said he came to the UK in May 2015 to "try his luck" at getting work, and used a false National Insurance card and a fake Italian identity card to get a job at Byron.
On the morning of the raids, he said he was told to attend a meeting at the restaurant where he worked.
The woman conducting the meeting looked "nervous" and "strange", he said, adding that immigration officers arrived 10 minutes later. He was then interviewed and deported that night.
Rafa said he knew what he had been doing was wrong - but said the way he was arrested "is what bothers me".
"I felt very bad, because we didn't expect it. I could be caught at any moment - in the street, or in one of the operations by the immigration office.
"But the way it was done was what bothered us, what made us sad."

So in all this is was how he was taken into custody that's the problem?



Link with protest video: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-36944254
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post #2608 of 2656
Good video imbed in there too.
post #2609 of 2656
http://www.haaretz.com/world-news/europe/1.735891

more news from france, 16yr old girl detained for allegations of planning terrorist attack
post #2610 of 2656
https://www.rt.com/news/354094-turkey-eu-visa-ultimatum/

little late news, but this could potentially big
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