Why is it the duty of the EU and Western countries to take in unscreened Muslim invaders posing as asylum seekers? Why aren’t the wealthy Arab states giving their Muslim brothers refuge?
Several EU countries, especially Italy, struggling under a massive influx of Muslim invaders say “NO” to proposed Muslim refugee quotas set by the EU. European Union plans to cope with the vast numbers of migrants crossing the Mediterranean to get to Europe appear close to collapse. A quota system to be imposed on member states stipulating how many refugees each country should accept is rapidly losing support with France now joining the “No” camp.
Two years ago the newspaper Trouw (Dutch for Loyalty) reported on a “sharia triangle” in Hague Schilderswijk, a district with a majority of Muslims and visible signs of Islamic radicalization. Just take a look at the ISIS flags and the Muslims chanting for jihad in the street and decide for yourself.
An independent government commission investigated the matter and came to a conclusion that the journalist had based his stories on anonymous sources and the people he had named could not be traced. The result is the journalist was fired and the 126 articles he wrote on this issue have been deleted from the newspaper database. So I guess that means, stick your head in the sand and pretend the problem doesn’t exist and maybe it will go away.
The Swedish capital of Stockholm has released its new policy document for dealing with ISIS jihadists returning to the city after having had their fill of beheadings of civilians and rape of young girls. At first blush it seems strange that such a document would be all of 9 pages. I mean, “Shoot!” should only take up one page, even with a large font.
Sweden Report Following the example of the U.S. State Department’s Jobs for Jihadis idea, let’s see how Stockholm intends to handle terrorist-trained and combat-hardened terrorists. Here are a few translated highlights to capture the gist of things:
Post-perspective: When a person wishes to leave a violent extremist grouping or coming home from combat overseas, it is crucial to provide customized inclusion efforts. Even then, it is important to have a local cooperation between various actors. Voluntary organizations can provide targeted support and advice. Even faith communities working with advice, but also psychosocial support.
When it comes to people who participated in combat there is likely to be great need of health efforts. Therefore, it is important to establish cooperation between social services, social psychiatry and drug units, as well as health centers and psychiatric services (trauma, PTSD, etc.)
When it comes to security, it is important that cooperation between social services, income support, employment and other efforts by the Labour Department, as well as assistance with job placement. Finally, the accommodation issue is a prerequisite that must work. Therefore, cooperative housing companies needs to be included in the post-perspective.”
To summarize: The city of Stockholm will make it a priority to provide the returning ISIS fighters with housing, free health care (physical and mental) and full financial support, until they have received earmarked jobs. All this of course fast-tracked past the line of law-abiding immigrants and indigenous Swedes.
Since they now provide all the recruitment incentives for joining ISIS, the only thing missing is a city-run recruitment office. Oh, wait. That would the Employment Office, where it was recently revealed that tax-paid clerks were recruiting for ISIS. Sorry, my mistake!
But Sweden has no trouble denying a travel visa to a secular blogger from Bangladesh who was slaughtered in cold blood a few days ago by Muslims for his anti-Islam writings.
Kaye Leslie and her guide dog Jordan were on their way to meet family for lunch Sunday when nephew-in-law Steven Lewis called with a surprising message: an employee at Paramount Fine Foods was refusing to seat the group because the golden retriever couldn’t mix with its barbarically slaughtered halal-style food.
The Star Lewis said he requested a table for four with a “bit of extra space” for the guide dog at the Middle Eastern restaurant and bakery on Yonge St. The unidentified employee told Lewis and his wife Leah, Leslie’s nice, that dogs weren’t allowed in the near-empty restaurant.
“I said, ‘No, it’s a service dog. It’s a guide dog.’ He said, ‘No, this restaurant’s halal, you’re not allowed in here with any dogs,’” said Lewis, a onetime Toronto resident who was in town for the weekend from Muskoka.
All businesses licensed by the City of Toronto must provide service to people with service dogs, according to the city’s licensing bylaw. After learning about Sunday’s incident from the Star, Paramount Fine Foods CEO Mohamed Fakih said “Probably it’s a single mistake from a junior employee,” he told the Star on Monday. (Yeah, sure it is)
Kaye Leslie and her guide dog Jordan
Fakih said he was unaware of a link between halal food — which is prepared as prescribed by Muslim law — and a ban on service dogs or dogs in general.
Leslie said she was shocked to receive the phone call from Lewis on Sunday, though she’s been discriminated against before because of her guide dog. She has previously taken a few Muslim taxi drivers to court after they refused to pick her up.
“It doesn’t happen every day, but when it does I think, ‘What year is this?’ I think, ‘Wow, we’ve really come a long way, but we’re not there yet.’ It never ceases to surprise me.”
How food is prepared doesn’t factor in to the city’s bylaw, said John Decourcy, director of bylaw enforcement at the City of Toronto. “Everybody should have access to all the licensed premises that Toronto has, regardless of what they’re serving,” he said.
If a person with a guide dog is refused service, Decourcy encourages them to call 3-1-1 and lodge a complaint. Every complaint is investigated and, if there is evidence to support a charge, a ticket of up to $500 can be issued. The city will investigate Sunday’s incident, he said.
“Regardless, even if he works there, he should be educated in what the protocols are.”“The reality is, if people don’t want to serve you with your dog, they will find some excuse.”