Jan 25 2016
A young Muslim asylum seeker allegedly stabbed and killed a female employee of the refugee centre for unaccompanied minors where he was staying in western Sweden, police said. The 22-year-old victim was rushed to a nearby hospital but died of her wounds, police said.
The Rakyat Post Police would not comment on the identity or nationality of the alleged attacker, except to say that he was a young man who was a resident of the centre for 14- to 17-year-olds. He was under arrest for murder.
“These kinds of calls are becoming more and more common. We’re dealing with more incidents like these since the arrival of so many more refugees from abroad,” police spokesman Thomas Fuxborg said.
The attack came as National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson on Monday requested 4,100 additional officers and support staff to help fight terrorism, carry out migrant deportations and police asylum accommodations.
Strategic Diplomatic Relations Not that anyone knows whether or not these “refugees” are the age they claim because none of them have any papers.
Look at the so-called “helpless little children” (below) posing with Sweden’s Prime Minister (second from right) at a residence for refugee children. But seriously, do they look like kids or teens?
And unlike the other Nordic countries, Sweden stubbornly refuses to age-test. So anyone hoping to get fast-tracked to a granted visa can claim to be a minor, and due to fear of being called a racist, nobody calls them on it. The results are sometimes downright comical.
The other Nordic countries also saw the rise in “children” , and did the sensible thing: had their doctors run a simple age test by measuring bones and/or checking teeth.
In Denmark, 3 out of 4 “children” arriving the first months of 2012 turned out to be adults. Norway got the same results; 3 out of 4.
Neighbouring Finland “only” turned out to have 65% frauds, but still was shaken by the news having a 29-year old posing as a minor!
As a result, there has since been a sharp decrease in “children” arriving to the other Nordic countries with only Sweden, stubbornly refusing to age-test, while observing a continued rise.
Sweden, like the rest of Europe, has been struggling with the continent’s biggest migration crisis since World War II. A country of 9.8 million, Sweden took in more than 160,000 asylum seekers in 2015, which put it among the EU states with the highest proportion of refugees per capita.