Is there any single place in the World where Muslim immigrants from Somalia have moved to. Where once they are in the door and begin to receive the free housing and welfare benefits, they haven’t destroyed ??? Is there a single town or city where it can be said their presence has actually been a good thing ??? Where they have actually integrated with the locals and haven’t tried turning their new home into a carbon copy of the Islamic shit-hole they left ???
You can take the Muslim out of Somalia but you cant take the Somalia out of the Muslim. Violent savagery, deviant sexual urges and lawlessness are embedded in their DNA. Combined with with a below average IQ and years of living and breathing nothing but Islam. The mixture can be fatal, almost like a time-bomb waiting to go off.
In Sweden Somali immigrant Abdi Hakim Ali is a prime example of what happens when it does go off. He first raped and sodomized a drunk woman as she slept. Weeks later he anally raped a dying woman who overdosed on drugs. Even after she perished in the midst of his attack. The vermin carried on raping her corpse.
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Rapists expulsion after review
STOCKHOLM. Firstly wanted Prosecutor Daniel Jonsson does not insist on the expulsion of the charges against the 34-year-old Somali Abdi Hakim Ali, who had raped a dying woman in the garage for the Sheraton hotel in Stockholm. But after free Tider articlesabout the incident expelled now 34-year-old anyway.
Hakim Ali sentenced for rape, theft, aggravated theft, attempted theft, shoplifting and violation of knife law to jail for five years. He was acquitted, however for violating griftefriden, which he also charged, as it is impossible to determine exactly when the woman he raped died.
The district court also decided to expel Hakim Ali, who is forbidden to return to Sweden the next ten years.
In an interview with the Free Times November 29 claimed prosecutor Daniel Jonsson decided that there was any legal means to get Somali expelled from the country. Therefore, he thought not produce any deportation claim.
– There is a rule that says if you have had permanent residence in more than four years, it takes a lot more than usual in order to expel anyone. I am of the opinion that the husband has lived here for so long and have had a residence permit so long that you can not get him sent off, said Daniel Jonsson free times then.
When Free Times asked Jonsson if, in light of the risk that the 34-year-old commit more rapes in Sweden, still does not feel he has a responsibility to try and get the man sent off, he replied no.
– I do not understand why a Somali woman would then be worth less than a Swedish woman in this context. He might as well commit crimes down there if he would be deported, so where I did not feel any difference to people in that way, said Jonsson.
But just in time for the trial came Jonsson on new ideas and claimed that Hakim Ali expulsion.
“The accused expelled from the Reich with the prohibition to return here before 2023-12-19. Violation of the ban can result in imprisonment for up to one year, “it says in the recent judgment of the District Court of Stockholm.
The judgment underlines the district court that Hakim Ali does not have any noteworthy ties to Sweden. He is therefore not a penalty discount with the expulsion, as is customary when immigrants who have managed to establish themselves in Sweden expelled.
“Abdi Hakim Ali does not have such a connection to Sweden that there are reasons to consider the expulsion of him in connection with sentencing,” the district court in its judgment.
When Free Times reaches Daniel Jonsson on Friday afternoon, he argues, however, decided that it hastily without binding deportation claim has nothing to attention in free times to do.
– I checked more on practice, how it looked, and realized that it is not completely obvious and I thought that when the district court may consider the issue.
Were you surprised that the right decisions about deportation?
– Yeah, I probably got it. I did not think they would make that decision.But there was the basis for it.