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Archive for May 9th, 2015

California: Sexual pervert, Mohammad Khaliqi, caught on home surveillance attempting to rape 13-year old

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 9, 2015

You probably saw the news already, but I just happened to see Fox News run the home surveillance video of the attempted rape of a 13-year-old home alone.  The perpetrator is seen following her to her home.

But, here is what I want to know!

 

Mohammad’s mugshot and screen shots of his failed attack on the girl. How wonderful that his family had a home surveillance system!

 

What is the the immigration status of Mohammad Khaliqi? 

Could he be one of the thousands of Iraqi “refugees” resettled in California?

There should be a law!  Every crime report should clearly spell out the immigration status of the alleged criminal.  Of course, maybe some do and the mainstream media is too politically correct to mention it.

If you see any news about how Mohammad Khaliqi got into the US, let us know!

Here is one of many stories on the arrest:

SAN JOSE, Calif. —
San Jose police have arrested a man accused of forcing himself on a 13-year-old girl as she returned home from school.

The suspect has been identified as Mohammad Khaliqi, 31, of San Jose. Police arrested Khaliqi in the 1400 block of School St. in San Leandro on Friday morning.

He’s facing multiple counts of burglary, attempted sexual assault and false imprisonment.

On Tuesday, the man followed the girl as she walked home from school. She told investigators he had forced his way through the front door of her home as she went inside. She fought him off and he fled before police arrived.

The girl then locked the door after he left, hid in a closet and texted her father: “DADDY COME HOME NOW. SOME GUY TRIED TO RAPE ME.”

He is also accused of another, earlier, failed attack in San Jose.

Since I’m not a lawyer, I don’t know where one would attempt to codify this in law, but I wonder if there could be a bill introduced in state legislatures to require arrest documents to include immigration status that is available to the public.

Posted in Changing the way we live, Crimes, diversity's dark side, women's issues | Tagged: | 3 Comments »

RRW Weekly wrap-up for week ending May 8th, 2015

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 9, 2015

I’ve been asked to be more regular in posting a weekly wrap-up, so I’ll try!

Now that the other news outlets have discovered the UN/US State Department Refugee Admissions Program and my little booklet (The Blaze wrote about it here, and so did Canada Free Press, here) has been reaching more people, life is getting a bit too hectic since I have spring farm chores to do as well!

I’m on radio programs several times a week and traveling some too.

Update May 11th:  Then there is my youtube clip, here.  Shocked to discover that as of today it is above 180,000 views.

This coming week I’ll be in Pennsylvania and in Iowa so posting could be light.

Help me figure out how to do this?

I would like to help facilitate a state by state network of citizens concerned about this subject.  I’m getting an increasing number of inquiries from people wanting to hook up with others in their state.  I can’t keep up with them all.  What I would really like is for people to step up in each state who would at least help facilitate communication/strategy within a state.  Any ideas, any volunteers to help coordinate this project?  Ideally I see building a grassroots network around state websites/facebook pages/blogs where activists can report what they are learning and doing within a state.  E-mail me and tell me your suggestions.

To the wrap-up…..

Here are the Top Posts of the past week (daily top posts are in the right hand sidebar):

1.  Our fact sheet

2.  Baltimore: Thousands of impoverished refugees poured into city in last ten years; fuel for the fire?

3. Breaking news: Spartanburg, SC targeted to be colonized as next refugee “seed” community

The top ten countries this past week (excluding the US) from which readers arrived at RRW had a couple of surprises.  Two countries worked their way into the top ten that I don’t think have ever been there before—Czech Republic and Malaysia.

UK

Canada

Australia

Czech Republic

European Union

Germany

South Africa

Malaysia

Netherlands

France

Below is a repeat of what I write in most weekly wrap-ups….

For new readers!

Since we get new readers every day, here is my usual spiel with two points I need to continue to make:

First, we do screen our comments (sometimes I don’t get to them right away!) and I don’t post any that threaten any kind of violence or ones filled with foul language.  An occasional expletive might slip in if the comment is otherwise a good one.  You are always free to disagree with our point of view if you follow those two simple rules.

And the other thing I want to mention is about e-mails that come to you every time we post.  They come directly from wordpress to subscribers.  We don’t send out e-mails.  So, if we are posting too much for your e-mail inbox, then just unsubscribe and visit RRW when you have the time I understand completely about too many e-mails!  You might want to simply follow us on twitter or on facebook (below).

This is where you can find information (in addition to our fact sheet). We have over 6,000 posts.

*  See our categories (left hand sidebar)

*  See the tag clouds (right hand sidebar)

*  Also, we have a great search function and since neither the categories nor the tags go all the way back to our first posts more than seven years ago, use the search window with a few key words.  You might want to first try your city, state, or country to see what we have reported from there over the years.

Readers from Europe should search for key words ‘Invasion of Europe’ for all of our many posts on the migration crisis on the Continent.

By the way, our category entitled ‘where to find information’ is filled with reports and documents, but with 340 posts archived there, it is pretty unwieldy now.

Past weekly roundups can be found in our category entitled ‘blogging.’

If you wish to be notified when we post, consider subscribing or follow us on twitter (@refugeewatcher) or facebook (RefugeeInfoResource).  ‘Like us’ on facebook! (We are no longer posting every story we write at RRW to facebook so as not to overload your facebook feed either.)  We also have some content on facebook that isn’t posted here first, so like us and follow us (I do have a volunteer helper at facebook—Kelly Monroe Kullberg).

And apologies to all who e-mail and comment, sorry if I don’t respond much, there are just not enough hours in my day!

Thanks to all of you for following RRW.  The subject is on fire (maybe you have noticed)!

P.S.  I have added two photos of myself to our About page, if you need one for any reason.

Posted in blogging, Refugee Resettlement Program | Tagged: | 7 Comments »

UNHCR blasts Hungary for consulting its citizens about illegal migrants entering the country

Posted by Ann Corcoran on May 9, 2015

More ‘Invasion of Europe’ news…..

Wouldn’t it be fantastic if the US government sent out a questionnaire to ask us how we felt about admitting (and keeping) asylum seekers, economic migrants, and unaccompanied alien children who enter the US illegally!  Apparently that is what the government of Hungary has done and the move, to CONSULT its citizens, has the UN High Commissioner for Refugees in a tizzy.

Update:  Here is Reuters on this news.

From UNHCR News:

08 May 2015, BUDAPEST (UNHCR) – The UN Refugee Agency on Friday spoke out against a growing expression of xenophobia in Hungary. It raised concerns over efforts by the Hungarian government to paint refugees as a threat to the country in leading questions being asked during a so-called national consultation.

UNHCR

UNHCR Antonio Guterres to the Hungarian government: We don’t like the tone of your questionnaire!

“We are deeply concerned by the way the government increasingly vilifies people who have fled from war zones like Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq and who desperately need safety and protection in Hungary,” said Montserrat Feixas Vihé, UNHCR Regional Representative for Central Europe based in Budapest.

While UNHCR respects the right of every country to consult its citizens in any way it chooses, the refugee agency is concerned about the wording of a questionnaire that is being sent to eight million Hungarians over the age of 18 in a process announced in late April. UNHCR believes the questions intentionally attempt to confuse refugees and asylum-seekers with so-called “economic migrants” and wrongly blame refugees for a number of purported threats to Hungary and Europe.

For example, question nine of the national consultation suggests that Hungary should be allowed to return people to their countries immediately if they entered Hungary irregularly. It is very important to remember that among the people who enter Hungary – in whatever manner — are refugees whose lives are in danger in their own countries.

Remember readers, the United Nations would love to see the borders of the world dissolved!  Or, at least that is what their actions point to.

See our complete ‘Invasion of Europe’ series by clicking here.

Previous posts on Hungary are here.

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

 
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