The reason this Pakistani Muslim squatter is threatening the Japanese officials is because they have denied him a visa.
Thanks to Pamela Geller for finding this video again. It was taken down by Youtube a few years ago. This is the short version, but the rest of the story is below:
This Pakistani Muslim and family illegally entered Japan, claiming refugee status saying their life had been threatened by the Taliban. But his application was denied by Japanese officials. So he concocted a story about how his daughter was sick and needed medical help. While the Japanese were reviewing his application again, he grew impatient and barged into the immigration office, demanding a decision immediately, or else he and his family were going to commit suicide right there. He was quickly deported.
A car and school were set on fire and a police station attacked in the central town of Orebro, about 100 miles (160km) from the Swedish capital last night. In Linkoping, groups of Muslim youths clashed with police.
SKY News (h/t Susan K) Meanwhile, police in Stockholm said as many as 25 cars were torched and a police officer injured in the west of the city as the rioting continued. In Orebro, an officer suffered an eye injury when rocks were hurled at the patrol car he was in, according to local police.
Some 25 masked Muslim youths set fire to three cars and a school and tried to torch a police station. In Linkoping, some 130 miles (200km) to the southwest of Stockholm, several vehicles were set on fire and Muslim youths tried to torch a school and a kindergarten.
Police said that overnight violence in suburban districts of Stockholm was less intense than previous nights but as many as 25 cars had been burned out. Stockholm police spokesman Kjell Lindgren said on Saturday that 19 people had been detained, but there had been no hurling of rocks against officers as in previous days.
The riots in the Stockholm suburbs, some of which are predominantly populated by Muslim immigrants, was sparked by perceived police brutality after officers shot and killed a knife-wielding Muslim man who had locked himself in his apartment.
In a country famed for its model welfare state, the rioting has exposed a fault-line between a well-off majority and a Muslim minority – often young people with Muslim immigrant backgrounds.
Underscoring Sweden’s ambivalence toward its open immigration policies, an anti-Muslim immigrant party has risen to third in polls this year and some analysts say the riots could swell its ranks.
One recent government study showed that up to a third of young people aged 16 to 29 in some of the most deprived areas of Sweden’s big cities neither study nor have a job.
Youth unemployment is especially high in neighbourhoods such as the ones where the riots have taken place, home to Muslim asylum seekers from Iraq to Somalia, Afghanistan and Latin America.
About 15% of Sweden’s population is foreign-born and while many are from neighbouring countries, others are drawn by the country’s policy of welcoming asylum seekers from war-torn countries.
Authorities in Myanmar’s western Rakhine State have introduced a two-child limit for Muslim Rohingya families after a spate of deadly violence between Muslims and Buddhists, an official said on Saturday.
TheHindu (h/t George W) - Local officials said the new measure — part of a policy that will also ban polygamy — will be applied to two Rakhine townships that border Bangladesh and have the highest Muslim populations in the State. The townships, Buthidaung and Maungdaw, are about 95 per cent Muslim.
The measure was enacted a week ago after a government-appointed commission investigating the violence issued proposals to ease tensions, which included family planning programmes to stem population growth among minority Muslims, said Rakhine State spokesman Win Myaing.
The commission also recommended doubling the number of security forces in the volatile region.
“The population growth of Rohingya Muslims is 10 times higher than that of the Rakhine [Buddhists],” Mr. Win Myaing said. “Overpopulation is one of the causes of tension.”
Sectarian violence in Myanmar first flared nearly a year ago in Rakhine state with mobs of Buddhists armed with machetes razing thousands of Muslim homes, leaving hundreds of people dead and forcing 125,000 to flee, mostly Muslims.
Mr. Win Myaing said authorities had not yet determined how the measures would be enforced but the two-child policy would be mandatory in Buthidaung and Maungdaw. The policy will not apply yet to other parts of Rakhine State, which have smaller Muslim populations.
Predominantly Buddhist Myanmar does not include the Rohingya as one of its 135 recognised ethnicities. It considers them to be illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and denies them citizenship. Bangladesh says the Rohingya have been living in Myanmar for centuries and should be recognised there as citizens.
Muslims account for about four per cent of Myanmar’s roughly 60 million people.
Cars and schools continue to be torched by Muslim immigrants for the fifth straight night. At least nine more cars (in addition to the hundreds since Sunday) were torched and two schools and a police station were set ablaze as riots swept through Stockholm’s Muslim immigrant-dominated suburbs.
HindustanTimes The riots, which have shattered Sweden’s image abroad as a peaceful and egalitarian nation, have sparked a debate about the assimilation of unwillingness of the mostly Muslim immigrants, who make up about 15% of the population, to assimilate.
Some 80% of the 12,000 residents in Husby are Muslim immigrants. Due to its liberal immigration policy and generous welfare benefits, Sweden has in recent decades become one of Europe’s top destinations for immigrants, both in absolute numbers and relative to its size.
In the past decade it has welcomed hundreds of thousands of immigrants from Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Somalia and the Balkans, among others. But this is not the first time the Scandinavian country has seen riots among immigrants. In 2010, up to 100 youths threw bricks, set fires and attacked the local police station in the immigrant-dominated suburb of Rinkeby for two nights.
And in 2008, hundreds of youths rioted against police in the southern Swedish town of Malmoe, sparked by the closure of an Islamic cultural centre in the suburb of Rosengaard that housed a mosque.
In Husby, overall unemployment was 8.8% in 2012, compared to 3.3% in Stockholm as a whole, according to official data. And a total of 12% in Husby received social benefits last year, compared to 3.6% in Stockholm as a whole.
The riots have received international media attention, with some comparisons being drawn to similar problems assimilating immigrants in other European countries such as Britain and France.
In the area of Husby in Stockholm Sweden, About 200 armed Muslims carried out a well-planned riot that burned hundreds of cars and buildings. The main group behind the riots, Megafonen, received City funding as a ‘youth activist group.’ Turns out the “youths” consisted of revolutionary Muslim activists whose goal was to destroy the area they live in (no doubt living on government welfare benefits).
Over 80 % of the residents are non-european immigrants, legal and illegal, mainly Arab and African Muslims. First the Muslim demand that the state build them mosques, then they demand loudspeakers to broadcast the Muslim Call to Prayer five times a day. Next they demand money, free housing and welfare money for their clans, vacation pay and cars. Next they begin to demand money and offices for their groups and community organizations.
In this case, one of the groups, Megafon organized the riots, and the leader stirred up violence against the police before she shut down her Twitter account to hide her tracks. A screen shot was saved and can be seen int the film. Rioting in the 200 burning hell hole cities called ghettos are common in Sweden. Large masses of rioting Muslims roam in packs, set fires to trick police and fire to arrive, them they pelt the emergency vehicles with rocks, IED’s, fireworks or use guns.