Jihadwatch has a report today on another case of a Muslim immigrant defending his family’s honor by attempting to murder his sister because she apparently wanted to live an American lifestyle. Thankfully this girl lived. You can read the whole post for all the details and the good comments.
I was interested in one of the last pieces of information in the article.
Mohammad’s mother, two sisters and a younger brother came to the United States in 2002 and Mohammad followed in 2005.
I’ll bet you a buck the mom and siblings came as refugees in 2002 and Mohammad came in the Family Reunification Program a few years later. They got the appealing family members in first then applied for big brother. (Wonder what big brother was doing in Afghanistan from 2002-2005?). Family reunification produces the largest number of legal immigrants annually.
Volags resettle the family then busy themselves with the paperwork for more family members which keeps the volag collecting the government dough! Anyone know which volags are operating in Rochester?
We have taken over 33,000 refugees from Afghanistan over the last number of years—over 4000 of those went to New York state. And, now that I can again access the databases at the Office of Refugee Resettlement, I encourage you to do the same.
We recently told you about Mark Krikorian’s new book entitled: “The New Case Against Immigration: Both Legal and Illegal.” In an interview on national security Krikorian questioned the wisdom of our policy of taking Muslim refugees. He asks the same question a Congressman asked me once: Why aren’t the rich Saudis taking in Muslim refugees?
Krikorian believes the U.S. should insist that other countries take on some of the burden for refugee resettlement. “We should not be taking anybody who can find somewhere else to go. And…if there are Islamic refugees…it seems to me [we] have every right to tell, say, Saudi Arabia – which is empty and rich – that they need to take some of these people and twist their arms a little bit. And we don’t do that,” he laments.
It makes sense to me.
A Sudanese refugee with HIV/AIDS has been convicted in Winnipeg, Canada of having unprotected sex with underage girls. He was found guilty in six cases of aggravated sexual assault. Hat tip: Josh.
A Winnipeg man who hid the fact he was HIV-positive from his young sex partners has been convicted of six counts of aggravated sexual assault.
Justice Joan McKelvey convicted Clato Mabior, 31, yesterday of two additional counts of sexual touching and sexual interference. McKelvey acquitted Mabior of three additional counts of aggravated sexual assault involving three different victims.
At trial, the victims — one as young as 12 years of age — testified Mabior plied them with booze and drugs and engaged in repeated acts of unprotected sex without ever disclosing he was HIV-positive.
“He knowingly withheld that information from his sexual partners on the basis that in all likelihood they would not have engaged in sexual contact with him,” said McKelvey in a written decision released yesterday.
McKelvey called Mabior a sexual predator who preyed upon young, vulnerable victims.
Meanwhile, I have just returned to news that the US Senate has opened the doors (closed since the late 1980’s) to HIV-positive immigrants. As soon as I get the full story, I will report it.
Update July 18th: Full story on the Senate vote here at Blue Ridge Forum.