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Newly resettled Iraqi refugee shot and killed in Dallas; was it a random killing by thugs, or something more?

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 8, 2015

We will have to wait and see how the investigation unfolds, but my guess is that it will be a random shooting in a mixed neighborhood (the kind of neighborhood the federal refugee contractors always choose because of the cheap housing).  Or, do refugee contractors just think they can mix up all the different ethnic groups they bring in, drop them in low-income and minority neighborhoods and presto! multicultural nirvana will be found?

Ahmed al-Jumaili, 36, shot in apartment complex parking lot last Wednesday.

From the New York Daily News:

An Iraqi refugee who moved to Texas be in a “safer place” with his wife three weeks ago was fatally shot while watching his first snowfall Wednesday.

Ahmed al-Jumaili, 36, his wife and his brother were taking pictures of the snow outside their Dallas apartment complex when a group of men shot him at about 11:40 p.m., police said.

Al-Jumaili ran back to his apartment and later died at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital, according to the Dallas Morning News. His relatives were not injured.

“Just like all of us, a pretty snowfall brings the child out in us,” Dallas police Maj. Jeff Cotner said. “You can just imagine the excitement between his wife and his brother and himself as they were enjoying the snowfall.”

Al-Jumaili and his wife, Zahara, married 16 months ago in Iraq, according to a fundraising page. She “made the painful and difficult decision to leave her husband in Iraq and come to, what she believed, to be a safer place.”

They reunited in Dallas 20 days ago after Al-Jumaili earned enough money to join her.

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The surrounding Muslim community is demanding to know whether the shooting was a hate crime, Salem, the executive director of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) in the Dallas and Fort Worth area, told CNN.

Readers, send us a link if you see more news on who did it.

For reporters who might be interested in tracking down more on Al-Jumaili and the Iraqis being placed apparently in bad neighborhoods, go to this Handy State Department list of contractors.  Looks like 4 of the 9 major contractors have subcontractors that are falling all over each other to plant refugee seedlings in “welcoming” Dallas:  Church World Service, International Rescue Committee, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services, and the US Conference of Catholic Bishops.

By the way, if you didn’t know, Texas is the top refugee resettlement state in the nation.   Over 100,000 Iraqis, most of them Muslims, have been admitted to the US since the beginning of the Obama Administration.

Posted in Community destabilization, Crimes, diversity's dark side, Iraqi refugees, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Resettlement cities, So what did they expect?, Who is going where | Tagged: , | 2 Comments »

Swiss to “welcome” more Syrian refugees; UK Syrian resettlement stalled; critics silent on Obama record

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 8, 2015

Tiny Switzerland is now working overtime to destroy itself with an overload of migrants, while the UK is hanging tough (so far) and not opening its doors to large numbers of Sunni Muslims from Syria.  Meanwhile the US has admitted (thankfully) only a few hundred impossible-to-screen Syrians, but critics are silent on the Obama record (when Bush didn’t immediately admit Iraqi refugees they were all screaming like banshees!).

So what country is conspicuously missing? Are Amnesty International and the UNHCR afraid of criticizing America’s first black President? http://www.mintpressnews.com/%E2%80%8Buk-offers-just-90-places-for-syrian-refugees-abject-failure-says-amnesty-international/201909/

Here is the story from Switzerland.  Only the Swiss People’s Party is standing against the latest decision:

The Swiss cabinet agreed in principle on Friday to welcome an additional 3,000 Syrian refugees to Switzerland over the course of the next three years.

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The first batch of 1,000 refugees are scheduled for this year and the cabinet will reassess the situation in Syria in autumn.

The Swiss plan for hosting Syrian refugees will follow two pathways. One will involve taking in 2,000 refugees as part of a sustainable resettlement programme that will take place over several years. This will be similar to a pilot project launched in 2013 in which Syrian refugees were granted asylum without having to go through the standard asylum process.

The other pathway involves granting 1,000 humanitarian visas for close relatives (spouses and minor children) of Syrians who have already been provisionally admitted into Switzerland.

Amnesty International blasts UK Syrian resettlement as “abject failure.”

Read all about it here and see that the US is not blasted by Amnesty International.

Indeed, it is the strangest thing! Amnesty and the UN are silent on the fact that the US has not (mercifully for us) taken more than a few hundred Syrians since the conflict began.

Our ‘Invasion of Europe’ archive is here.

Posted in Europe, Muslim refugees, Refugee Resettlement Program, Who is going where | Tagged: , , , | 3 Comments »

German pastor wants prostitutes made available to asylum seeking men…

Posted by Ann Corcoran on March 8, 2015

….to give them relief!

Looking for relief in Germany? Photo at Junge Freiheit

Before you read on, if you missed it, please go to Friday’s post about how the Catholic Church in Germany is unloading centuries-old Catholic abbeys to the government to house mostly Muslim asylum seekers.  If you think I am being overly alarmist about the end of Germany, this story might help persuade you otherwise.

Thanks to reader ‘Caroline’ for sending us the story, here, at Online Focus (in German).

This is Caroline’s summation for us. But, another reader (‘shiratori99’) has sent an English translation at Junge Freiheit (that translation isn’t the greatest).  Here is Caroline:

The pastor’s motto is “free love for free people.” In this way Bordello owners can perform “good works” also. Because in the afternoon at bordellos not much is happening, so that would be a good time to help those, poor deprived (my description sarcastic) asylum seekers. In the last paragraph it says that he won’t reveal funding sources. He says it should be funded by some kind of “support group”. In the 3rd paragraph it says the idea came to him when a friend said to him that in his village 100 asylum seekers were soon arriving & the friend was afraid that that many men would “bother” the women in the village.

Apparently not a word about the fact that these asylum-seeking men are mostly Muslims.

But, maybe we shouldn’t be so quick to criticize the pastor, with the thousands of Muslim migrants entering Germany now, maybe his motive really is to save German fräuleins and to be sure Germany doesn’t challenge Sweden for the title of rape capitol of the world?

Oops!  Forgot to link our ‘Invasion of Europe’ series when first posted.

Posted in Asylum seekers, Changing the way we live, Community destabilization, diversity's dark side, Europe, Muslim refugees, women's issues | Tagged: , | 1 Comment »

 
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