An Iraqi asylum seeker who reportedly said that those who aren’t Islam worshipers “should have their throats cut” has been arrested in Italy. The man was also distributing materials backing Islamic State.
The 29-year-old was attempting to convince other asylum seekers staying at a state-funded center in southern Italian city of Crotone to carry out “acts of violence with terrorist objectives,” police said as cited by Reuters.
EU bureaucrats should hear the message loud and clear: Muslim migration waves are a pressing problem, and the public is fed up.
The European Union announced this week that it would begin proceedings to punish Poland, Hungary, and the Czech Republic for their refusal to accept refugees and migrants under a 2015 scheme the E.U. commission created. The mission’s aim was to relieve Greece and Italy of the burden from migrant waves arriving from the Middle East and Africa, largely facilitated by European rescues of migrants in the Mediterranean.
People in Europe overwhelmingly oppose the European Union’s (EU) handling of the migrant crisis, and want national governments to have final say over their countries’ migration policies, according to a new survey.
The aphorism about the road to hell being paved with good intentions is dramatically illustrated today by the Trudeau Liberals’ commitment to aggressive refugee settlement in Canada with no fiduciary forethought.
The direct result is another screwing of taxpayers.
According to a documents obtained by the Canadian Press through Access to Information, the flood of asylum claims – through legal refugee channels and queue-jumping at unmanned border crossings – could eventually create an 11-year wait for claimant processing and almost $3 billion in federal social support.
Rome’s populist mayor called on Tuesday for a moratorium on new migrants arriving in the city, warning that setting up additional reception centres risked sparking explosive social tensions in the capital.
In the most significant challenge yet to the centre-left Italian government’s policy of distributing across the country the thousands of migrants arriving at southern ports, Virginia Raggi said it was ‘time to listen to the citizens of Rome.’
‘We cannot permit the creation of more social tensions,’ Raggi, a member of the populist Five Star Movement, wrote on her Facebook page.
BERLIN (AP) — Three Syrian men alleged to have been sent to Germany with forged passports by the Islamic State group have gone on trial in Hamburg.
The men, aged 18, 19 and 26, arrived in Germany at the end of 2015, at the height of the influx of migrants. They were arrested at homes for asylum-seekers in September.
BERLIN (AP) — German authorities arrested four Syrian brothers on terrorism charges Monday for allegedly fighting for an extremist group in their homeland five years ago.
Mustafa K., 41, Abdullah K., 39, Sultan K., 44, and Ahmed K., 51, whose last name wasn’t released because of privacy regulations, are accused of membership in a terrorist organization for fighting for the Nusra Front in the northern Syrian city Ras al-Ayn starting in late 2012.
Justin Trudeau’s fast-tracked Syrian refugee program may not have conducted proper background checks in some cases, a government memo obtained by the Toronto Sun reveals.
The memo — dated November 2015 and compiled by civil servants in the department of Immigration, Refugee and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) — raises serious questions about the screening and vetting Syrian refugees received before coming to Canada.
Two German police officers have been removed from their posts after they failed properly to provide emergency assistance to a woman who was raped by a migrant in Bonn.
The lack of attention by the police has added to the perception that German authorities are not taking seriously a rape crisis in which thousands of German women and children have been sexually assaulted since Chancellor Angela Merkel allowed in around two million migrants from Africa, Asia and the Middle East.