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Thursday, 18 June 2009

The Joys of Diversity & Cultural Enrichment (XVIII)

The effects of Third World immigration in France, Germany and the U.S.

1) United States

A Tampa-based Muslim student from Saudi Arabia attempted to board a flight with a seven inch knife in his carry-on bag.

From Islam in Action:

Raed Abduhl-Rahman Alsaif was arrested June 4 as he tried to board US Airways flight 1077 from Tampa to Phoenix and Portland, Ore., according to a criminal complaint. During the screening process, an officer spotted a large chef's knife in one of Alsaif's carry on bags, the complaint states. The knife was concealed between the outside fabric and the expandable pull handles of the bag.

Raed Abduhl-Rahman Al-Saif is a student at the University of Tampa and has been arrested at least twice before in the last 8 months on Felony drug charges in Hillsborough County. SEE ARREST REPORTS

Raed Abduhl-Rahman Alsaif appears to have shaved his Muslim beard before trying to get on the Tampa plane he altered his appearance, see his booking photo in October 2008, he tried to get on the plane June 4th 2009 with a butcher knife.

Raed Alsaif was a Graduate of the Islamic Saudi Academy Alexandria, VA Class of 2003. Sen. Charles E. Schumer questioned whether the Islamic Saudi Academy in Alexandria, Virginia, is another example of radical Islamic madrassas funded by and linked to terrorism here and abroad. Yesterday it was reported that a recent graduate, Ahmed Omar Abu Ali, of the Academy was indicted and convicted on charges of providing material support to terrorists and in conspiring to assassinate the President of the United States.

2) Germany

A large Lebanese family had a dispute in Vohwinkel on Tuesday night.

Police were called to sounds of distressed women screaming. Upon arrival the police discovered that a Lebanese mother wanted refuge with her one year old daughter - but her husband refused.

In the ensuing altercation, five policemen were slightly injured and a police patrol car was 'demolished'.

According to police, the husband of the family resented their intervention and their intention to search him, so he attacked several officers.

He was restrained and put into handcuffs, then bundled into the back of a police car, where he proceeded to kick and smash the side windows.

When the 17-year-old daughter saw this, she tried to free her father and attacked the police officers as well, along with her 13 and 18 year old brothers.

As the officer were fighting off these attacks, another daughter, 15, climbed up on to a garage roof and started throwing large clay flowerpots at the police car.

Two family members were injured, and three taken into custody to prevent further disorder.

3) France

Le Monde reports increasing tension between immigrant youth and police in Villiers-le-Bel:

Community activists in Villiers-le-Bel suburb of Paris, where riots broke out in 2007, are sounding the alarm. Over the past month there have been severe clashes every weekend between the local youths and police.

The activists, young men aged 24-30, are the only ones who have authority over the youth. Six of them met in late May with Secretary of State for Urban Policies, Fadela Amara, who wanted to establish direct contacts in the city.

Said (28) says that they're on the verge of a catastrophe. There used to be a little hate, but now it is even worse, and has deteriorated over the past year. One 24 year old shopkeeper, requesting to remain anonymous, says that when there's no more guiding values, no more future, they get to the logic of suicide bombers. One of the group's leaders says that the police come in in a guerilla mode. They show up dressed like Robocop, as if they're entering an occupied area.

They show up dressed like 'Robocop' because increasingly they come under attack from gun fire - even AK47s are used.

Hat tip: Politically Incorrect & Francois Desouche.


Abu Abdullah said...

You'll be very interested in these statistics.

The Venerable 1st Earl of Cromer said...

Very disturbing, but fascinating nonetheless.

Interesting blog, too, thanks for the tip.