Saturday, November 7, 2015

Islamic invasion of Europe update (November 7, 2015)

The Muslim gang-rapists received sentences ranging only from 5 to 9 months. Yes, months.
A group of teenagers from north Africa who were living in Stockholm have been found guilty of gang raping a 23-year-old woman on the island of Södermalm.

The attack took place two months ago at the end of the summer. Stockholm District Court heard that the woman had been sitting crying when two of the teenage boys came and offered her a beer and comforted her.

She said she had declined the alcohol but ended up sitting with the teenagers at a nearby viewpoint looking over the city. At first the atmosphere was calm and she even phoned a friend. But then one of the men gripped her neck, ripped her clothes off and raped her.

The woman said that several other boys then arrived and she was raped a further five times, by at least four different people.

She managed to escape from the group at around 3am and board a night bus in the area, she explained.

On Thursday the court sentenced two of the boys, who are all aged between 15 and 18 years old, to six months in a juvenile detention centre and another to nine months. A third boy who was previously arrested was not brought to trial, Swedish tabloid Aftonbladet reported.

All of the teenagers are from north Africa and had been living in a tent camp in Stockholm.

So, the following should come as no surprise:
Swedish authorities say an empty building intended to house refugees has been burned to the ground in southwestern Sweden, the latest suspected arson fire to hit asylum centers or buildings being renovated for refugees.

Police in Vastra Gotaland say they suspect Saturday's blaze that raged through a cluster of buildings and destroyed one completely to be arson.

Earlier, a center housing unaccompanied children in southern Sweden had its windows smashed and anti-foreigner slogans sprayed on it. One person was detained in connection with the vandalism.

In recent weeks, the Scandinavian country has seen over 20 arson attacks as an influx of refugees has surged. Sweden says migration authorities are overstretched and up to 190,000 asylum-seekers are expected to arrive this year.

Berlin (AFP) - Police clashed Saturday with activists who took to the streets of Berlin to shout down thousands of anti-migrant demonstrators protesting against Chancellor Angela Merkel's open-door refugee policy.

More than 40 people were arrested and one officer was lightly wounded, police said.

The scuffles erupted after police broke up a sit-in by counter-demonstrators, some of whom tried to break through the barriers separating them from the anti-migrant march. Officers also intervened to stop angry exchanges between rival demonstrators.

Police said around 5,000 people turned out for the main anti-migrant protest, which was organised by the eurosceptic, populist-nationalist Alternative for Germany (AfD) party under the banner "Asylum Has Its Limits -- Red Card for Merkel".

"We are demonstrating against the asylum chaos caused by Angela Merkel," AfD member and European Parliament deputy Beatrix von Storch said at the rally.

Participants at the demo waved German flags and chanted "Merkel must go" and "Traitor to the people".

Five counter-protests in support of migrants were attended by a total of around 800 people. Organisers had expected a turnout of several thousand.

More than 1,100 police were deployed in the capital to prevent trouble between the rival demonstrators.

Merkel has faced a growing backlash over her welcoming stance towards refugees fleeing war and persecution as Germany, Europe's top economy, faces a record influx of up to one million asylum seekers this year.
Alternative for Germany, which isn't represented in the national parliament but has seats in several regional legislatures, staged Saturday's rally. The party rejects Chancellor Angela Merkel's welcoming approach to refugees and some protesters carried banners reading "Stop Merkel, save Germany."
Merkel pushes for other EU members to be more welcoming to Muslim invafers
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is underlining the need for "a fairer distribution in Europe" of refugees as European Union leaders prepare to meet this week with their African counterparts.

Germany saw 758,000 asylum-seekers arrive between January and October. Many other EU countries have been reluctant to take any significant number.

Merkel says in her weekly video message Saturday: "We must speak again and again about the fact that the question of how we deal with refugees is a common question for all European member states," at least those that have signed up for the Schengen passport-free travel area.

EU and African leaders will meet in Malta on Wednesday and Thursday. Merkel said Europe will discuss what countries it can conclude agreements with on taking back those whose asylum applications were rejected.
An idea of giving Syrians only a temporary asylum mulled in Germany
A senior Bavarian conservative is backing an idea that Germany's interior minister raised, then shelved, to give many Syrians a status short of full asylum.

Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere said Friday that perhaps many Syrians should get "subsidiary protection," which comes with only a one-year renewable residence permit and wouldn't allow them to bring relatives to Germany for two years.

He apparently hadn't consulted others in Chancellor Angela Merkel's governing coalition and said hours later things would remain unchanged for now.

The Christian Social Union, the Bavarian branch of Merkel's conservative bloc, has talked tough on refugees — and one of its senior members says de Maiziere "is right." General secretary Andreas Scheuer told Bild am Sonntag newspaper: "Hundreds of thousands of Syrians are getting protection here, but it must be the so-called 'subsidiary protection' status."

Norway tightens immigration rules, wants Muslim migrants to know they could be sent back
Oil-rich Norway has launched a campaign to tell would-be refugees that the government is planning tighter immigration rules and they could be sent home if their asylum application is turned down.

Justice Ministry spokesman Gunnar A. Johansen says Saturday that the English-language Facebook page "chiefly targets people whose applications are manifestly unfounded." The page says that people who won't leave Norway voluntarily "will be returned by force."

Justice Minister Anders Anundsen says the current center-right government plans to reduce benefits for refugees up to 20 percent and introduce tighter immigration rules to stem the flow of asylum seekers to Norway.

Officials estimate that Norway, a nation of 5 million, will see up to 25,000 refugees, mainly from Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq, this year.

Greece: 383 Muslim migrants fished out off Lesbos
The Greek coast guard says it and European Union border agency Frontex have rescued a total of 383 migrants attempting the short but perilous crossing from Turkey to eastern Greek islands.

There were six separate rescue operations, all on Saturday morning, with five off the island of Lesbos, the refugees' main crossing point, and the other was off the island of Chios, immediately to the south.

A total of nine boats, all full with passengers, were involved. Seven of them were inflatables, with the other two a wooden boat and a plastic boat.

Fair weather "refugees" are more than willing to go back because Europe is too cold for them.