Since coming to Canada as a refugee in 1999, he has racked up 57 convictions as an adult, including sexual assault

abdikarim-gelleThe CBC wants you to feel sorry for this guy, we cant’t deport him because Somalia won’t take him back.

  • Clink9

    Can we at least deliver him halfway back? I’m thinking of a helicopter ride.

    • That would mean an air drop over Ottawa from Edmonton;)

  • ontario john

    Since little Justin has announced he is going to dramatically increase muslim immigration, perhaps he will be more comfortable here. Maybe he can join the Liberal cabinet.

    • I bet Justin appoints him to his Youth committee.

  • tom_billesley

    Send him to Kenya. I don’t think it’d take much in the way of a “sweetener” to get Kenyan officials to dump him in Dadaab Camp with his fellow Somalis before they close it and push them all into their homeland.

  • mobuyus

    It would only take a split second to send him to islamic paradise.

  • tom_billesley

    “Somalia won’t accept mentally ill people”
    By mahometan standards, he’s quite normal.

  • ismiselemeas

    Is it just me or does he not look particularly “Somalian”?

  • Ron MacDonald

    Simple solution, have the military bring him back. Drop him off on a beach and let him fend for himself.

  • CodexCoder

    If someone is schizophrenic, it usually onsets during early adulthood. There is no way of predicting it. And from his own comments, the refugee in question is a danger to himself and others and should be incarcerated and treated. But since there are no asylums anymore, largely due to progressive thinking, the only alternative is prison. His parents, despite their heritage of Islam from Somalia, could not have known what he would become.

    The issue here is the tactic of using this man as cover for Maryam Monsef. The argument goes like this: if we wouldn’t deport this criminal, why would we deport an upstanding citizen like Monsef, a successful immigrant, whose parents, not her, broke the law? That is the disgusting part of the whole story. If you don’t think was deliberate, I have some swampland to sell you. And notice, this story will fade into the background as soon as John McCallum has altered the law to allow Monsef to stay. And they will not bring back anyone else deported under the statute.

    Look for more stories like this from the CBC as the days progress.

    • Interesting point.

    • Exactly.

      Until Monself personally annoys Trudeau, he and his cronies will lie to protect her and the precious voters bases of semi-literate child rapists and other malcontents.

  • pdxnag

    Well, in the U.S. the executive branch has full authority to block future entry of everyone from an offending country that refuses to take back their bad apples (or is this now their bad Skittles?). If you refuse to invoke this power then you must really want these bad humans here to run loose among the natives.

  • Linda1000

    In other news, if you’re a female living in Calgary, it is not advisable to take a cab home if you go out drinking and get blitzed as there’s a good chance you might get sexually molested in the cab. This court case seems to be getting derailed by a sudden last minute alibi by the accused muslim. What a bunch of B.S.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      She just needs a couple of husky young friends who could perform an attitude adjustment on the offender.

  • GrimmCreeper

    There’s always a 30 cent solution.

  • Sid Falco

    “Somalia won’t accept mentally ill people”

    It has more than enough of its own already.

  • marty_p

    The number of convictions is probably pretty close to his IQ.