Refugee Resettlement Watch

Iranian wants refugee status in Australia because he is an alcoholic

Posted by Ann Corcoran on December 27, 2016

This is definitely a new angle.

Since, according to law, one must prove that one will be persecuted if returned home, this man is telling an Australian court that he could be persecuted, even executed, because he can’t kick the habit. And, has asked for refugee status in Australia.

One of my first thoughts was, so why would Australia even want to keep a drunk Muslim?

bermondsey-square-hotel

Sharia creep in the UK, the Muslim owner of this hotel reportedly has banned alcohol and pork. http://shoebat.com/2014/11/16/hotel-adopts-sharia-law-bans-sale-alcohol-pork/

We might be getting a few chuckles from this news, but everyone should be thinking about what Sharia law means as it creeps out of the Middle East/Africa and in to the West.

From the UK Daily Mail (hat tip: Joanne):

An ‘alcoholic’ Iranian man could be granted refugee status in Australia over fears he will be executed for drinking booze if he goes home.

The man, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, told the Federal Circuit Court that he had already committed two alcohol-related offences in Iran – where drinking is illegal for Muslims under Sharia law.

He argued that he would struggle to kick his habit if he is deported, despite knowing he could be put to death by the Iranian authorities if he is caught drinking alcohol again.

The man told the court that he had twice been in trouble in Iran for alcohol-related offences, in 2009 and 2012, The Australian reported.

More here.

In case you missed it, an Islamic terror attack was foiled in Melbourne in the days before Christmas, see here.

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9 Responses to “Iranian wants refugee status in Australia because he is an alcoholic”

  1. FatherJon said

    We’re all still laughing at this downunder. The average Aussie male is oft accused of being an acoholic at the best of times but it doesn’t mean we want some Muslim blow-in trying to use our well fought for status as a rationale for beating the immigration system. My advice is that he should just go home and take the caning that the mullahs will hand him to beat his habit. We bloody well don’t want him in our pubs!

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  2. He needs to stay in his own country, and fight for the right to live his life the way he wants, even if that means being a lifetime drunk. We are only able to have our freedoms because we fought for them. These people need to pay their dues, instead of leeching off societies that already have paid them.

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  3. tmasierrahills said

    Funny how Whites are the lowest of the low yet expected to save the world.

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  4. If this asylum application is successful, watch out for the stampede of “alcoholic” Muslims heading for Australia….

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  5. Reblogged this on islamnewworldorder and commented:
    Right, why would anybody want a drunk muslim?

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  6. Marty Hill said

    How would a muslim obtain enough alcohol in a non-alcohol Country to become an alcoholic? Every vice has a cost…”youse pays your money, youse takes your chances.” Let him remain in Iran and live on the edge if that is his choice. Like you said, “why would Australia want a drunken muslim?”

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  7. THOSE AUSSIES LOVE these immigrants…SO MUCH, they want to pawn some of them off on EVERYONE ELSE !

    The Top Sending Countries of Immigrants in Australia, Canada, and the United States

    Australia, Canada, and the United States often are described as traditional countries of immigration, as historically each encouraged immigration for permanent settlement on a significant scale that was essential for the countries’ founding and development. All three have experienced successive waves of immigration over the past few centuries, and each wave has been characterized by a different predominant country or region of origin. (Click here to compare historical immigration trends in Australia, Canada, and United States). The below graphs provide a quick overview of the top origins of contemporary immigrants in the three countries, according to the latest population data.

    Five Largest Foreign-Born Groups in Australia, 2006
    (percent of the total foreign-born population)

    Total foreign born: 4,416,000
    Share of total population: 22%

    Australia

    About 4.4 million foreign-born persons resided in Australia as of the country’s 2006 Population and Housing Census. They accounted for 22.2 percent of the total country population of 19.9 million. The foreign-born share did not change between 2001 and 2006.

    About one in every four migrants in Australia was from the United Kingdom.
    Immigrants from the top five countries of origin – the United Kingdom, New Zealand, China (excluding Hong Kong and Taiwan), Italy, and Vietnam – accounted for 45.1 percent of all of the foreign born in Australia.

    The immigrant populations of both Australia and the United States were dominated by a single foreign-born group: immigrants from the United Kingdom in Australia and immigrants from Mexico in the United States.

    China was the only country to appear among the five largest source countries of immigrants in Australia, Canada, and the United States.

    http://www.migrationpolicy.org/programs/data-hub/top-sending-countries-immigrants-australia-canada-and-united-states

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  8. Senatssekretär Freistaat Danzig said

    Reblogged this on behindertvertriebentessarzblog.

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