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Old October 26th, 2016 #401
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'They claim benefits and housing - all we get is a wall': Calais mayor tells Britain to stop 'provoking' France with its soft immigration policies

Philippe Mignonet said Britain needed to toughen up over immigration
Pointed to razing of Calais Jungle as kind of policy UK should be adopting
4,000 Jungle residents have now been transported to other parts of France

The deputy mayor of Calais today called for Britain to stop 'provoking' France with its soft immigration policies and to toughen up as it approached Brexit.

Philippe Mignonet was speaking as demolition workers continued to tear down the Jungle refugee camp in his port town.

He said the decision to raze the squalid shantytown was the kind of hardline policy that Britain should adopt as it prepared to leave the European Union, rather than attracting new comers with generous benefits and free housing.

'The UK government says it does not want any more migrants but never expels migrants who get there,' said Mr Mignonent.

'They claim benefits and housing, and all we get is the British funded wall,' he added, referring to a £2m structure going up next to the Jungle.

It is meant to stop migrants climbing aboard UK-bound lorries, but Mr Mignonet said it was largely redundant now that the Jungle was disappearing.

Some 4,000 Jungle residents have now been transported to other parts of France, and it hoped that another 4,000 plus will be gone by the end of the week.

Mr Mignonet said such a breakthrough should lead to the Le Touquet agreement , which places the UK border in France, being torn up.

This would mean migrants who want to go to Britain being dealt with in the UK, and not in France.

'The treaty has to be renegotiated, I've been saying that for a long time, but it's not so easy,' said Mr Mignonet.

'We have been provoked so many times by the British government. We have to work together, but there has to be more cooperation between the English government and the Calais authorities.

'It is too easy to say this or that, while sitting in an office in Paris or London. We have faced up to reality here – we have assumed our responsibilities.'

Mr Mignonet said it was particularly important that Britain established a better working relationship with Calais before Brexit, and adopted a tougher immigration stance.

'One day the British prime minister should come over,' said Mr Mignonet, a member of France's right wing Republican Party.

'We invited David Cameron many times, and he never came. Theresa May can visit anytime she wants. She can come here and

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Old October 28th, 2016 #402
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Post 'Find an immigrant to drive you, you stupid tart': Lily Allen claims London black cabbie refused to drive her and her children after singer's 'crocodile tears' for Calais migrants

By Abe Hawken For Mailonline





Published: 09:08 EST, 28 October 2016 | Updated: 09:45 EST, 28 October 2016

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Singer Lily Allen today claimed a taxi driver refused to pick her and her children up and told her to 'find an immigrant to drive you, you stupid tart'.

The 31-year-old sparked outrage earlier this month when she made a tearful apology 'on behalf of her country' to a 13-year-old Afghan refugee in Calais, France.

She broke down in tears and told the refugee, who has since been reunited with his father in Birmingham: 'I'm sorry for what we have put you through'.

And today she posted a message on her Twitter account to her 5.8million followers to inform them what a black cabbie allegedly told her.

She wrote: 'Just tried to get in a black cab with my kids. The driver looked at me and said, 'find an immigrant to drive you you stupid tart'.'

Her tweet comes after she met the young boy at the 'Jungle' refugee camp near Calais after he risked his life attempting to board a lorry heading for the UK.

The youngster had been staying at the camp on the edge of the northern French port city for two months.

But her comments led to her receiving abuse online as some people claimed her 'crocodile tears' and apology were simply 'ridiculous'.


Singer Lily Allen breaks down as she hears an Afghan boy's story at 'the Jungle' refugee camp near Calais, France
 
Old October 29th, 2016 #403
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Post Demolishing the Jungle won't stop us: The migrants who tell Sue Reid why they're hell bent on escaping 'racist' France for Britain and how some have already been deported by the UK

By Sue Reid In Northern France For Mailonline

Published: 17:00 EST, 28 October 2016 | Updated: 17:08 EST, 28 October 2016

Standing defiantly in the fields of the French countryside, 18-year-old Rahmat Ahmadi is an angry young man. He hates France, says its people are racist, and he doesn’t want to stay here.

‘They lied to us migrants,’ he declares. ‘They promised we would go from the Jungle to a big house in a city. But they dumped us here in a place with no halal meat in the meals, no internet, and where we sleep ten to a bedroom and the kitchen is covered in flies.

‘The cows over the fence are better cared for than us. We were tricked and we are going to walk out,’ he adds as fellow Afghans living with him in a remote children’s holiday centre near the Normandy village of Cerisy-la-Foret nod in agreement.

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Old October 29th, 2016 #404
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Post New migrant camp sets up in the heart of Paris just a 10-minute walk from the Eurostar terminal

By Glen Keogh And Peter Allen In Paris And Mario Ledwith In Calais

Published: 16:22 EST, 28 October 2016 | Updated: 16:22 EST, 28 October 2016

Thousands of UK-bound migrants left homeless in Calais were flooding into new ‘Jungle’-style camps yesterday in the heart of Paris.

Charities reported an influx of arrivals in the French capital. Most had refused to go to official centres set up by authorities following the demolition of the Calais Jungle.

A large cluster of tents has sprung up around the Stalingrad Metro station, a ten-minute walk from the Eurostar hub at Gare du Nord.
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Old October 30th, 2016 #405
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Post The PHD student accused of starting fires in the Calais Jungle is a fully funded uni student earning doctorate in Calais violence!

By Simon Murphy for The Mail on Sunday

Published: 16:00 EST, 29 October 2016 | Updated: 20:41 EST, 29 October 2016

A leading member of the anarchist group accused of starting fires in the Calais Jungle is a British university academic who is being funded to study ‘police and fascist violence’ in the camp, it can be revealed.

James Ellison is part of the hard-line organisation No Borders, whose members are being investigated by French police over claims they infiltrated the Jungle and torched shacks by igniting gas canisters during this week’s operation to close the sprawling camp.

Mr Ellison, 29, has been posting regularly about the camp’s closure on No Borders’ Facebook page under the online alias ‘James Jayus’, calling to ‘let everyone in’ to Britain and writing about the ‘positive aspects of violence’.

Mr Ellison has a fully funded scholarship at Loughborough University, where he is studying for a doctorate on ‘visual representations of border violence in Calais’. He also gives talks at other campuses across the country.

Until two days ago the university had described Mr Ellison on its website as an ‘activist’ who ‘through involvement with freedom of movement struggles in Calais... has witnessed first hand the ensuing border crisis and human emergency as it has increased over the last 4 years.

‘All of this experience has fed into his research and James has become directly involved with documenting police and fascist violence in Calais. He has also helped establish social media groups that have become instrumental in coordinating material support and volunteers in Calais.’
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Post 'I divorced my husband to work in the Jungle'

What would you give up to help people in distress - time, money, your marriage?

For the volunteers who have worked tirelessly in the Jungle camp in Calais, that question is not an intangible abstract but a real issue.

Helen, who asked that her surname not be included, is 28. She works in a residential care home for young people and children in south Wales, where she lives with her two young children, and has been volunteering in the camp for the past year - a year in which her life has changed completely.

In July 2015, 2,000 people a night were trying to get across the Channel in search of a better life in the UK.

By October, 16 people had died attempting the crossing and the population of the camp had soared to 6,000 and Helen felt she had to do something.

She asked her sister-in-law Sophie, who was already volunteering in the camp, if she could tag along on her next visit.

"I thought I would like to go there for one weekend," Helen said. "I thought I would do something to help and then come back home to normality."

But on her first visit to the camp she quickly realised that she would be back.

Overwhelmed by the sheer number of people and the conditions they were living in, she was nonetheless inspired by the sense of community she discovered.

It was, though, a chance encounter with two teenage boys - themselves in the Jungle for the first time - which cemented her resolve to return.

"They had arrived in the Jungle that day and only had the clothes they were standing up in," she explained.

"Both looked so tired and so drained from the journey.

"I made sure they had a tent, sleeping bags and warmth.

"Seeing the smiles on their faces was an amazing feeling for me but I couldn't help feeling guilty when I returned to the hotel for the night and slept in a nice warm bed with clean sheets and fluffy pillows, knowing that I had left these two children in the horrendous conditions of the Jungle.

"The next day when I went back to the camp I went to find the boys. We exchanged numbers and I offered to help them in any way that I could."

Since that first visit, Helen has been back to Calais once or twice a month - about 15 times in all she thinks - and she would always make sure that she saw the boys when she did.

At home, she spoke to them often on the phone. If they needed anything she would buy it and bring it with her on her next trip to France.

She has spent thousands of pounds volunteering in Calais - all completely self-funded.

But it was at home that her voluntary work exacted a heavier toll.

She married her husband eight years ago and they had two children together, but they could not agree about her work in Calais.

Helen said her relationship was already struggling, but this disagreement "put the final nail in the coffin" and she divorced him.

"The impact of volunteering has been massive," she said.

"There have been times when I have put Calais before everything, before my children, before my work, before my family

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Disgusting race-traitor whore. She's probably getting fucked by one or several of those filthy shitskins in the camp too. Neglecting your own children and divorcing your husband to aid a bunch of invading, low-IQ, stinky parasites... You deserve to hang from a noose while a pack of crows feed on your corpse.
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Old November 1st, 2016 #409
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Post Hollande announces plans to send another 1,000 "underage" migrants to Britain as he vows the Calais Jungle camp will NEVER be allowed to return

By Hannah Al-othman For Mailonline

Published: 08:17 EDT, 1 November 2016 | Updated: 08:17 EDT, 1 November 2016

President Francois Hollande has said that another 1,000 child migrants will be sent to the UK, as he hailed the evacuation of the squalid Calais 'Jungle' camp and vowed that makeshift refugee settlements would never be allowed to return.

Hollande said the underage migrants, who are currently in a container camp in Calais, will be moved to Britain 'within days'.

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Old November 2nd, 2016 #413
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Post Man trying to reach UK in kayak picked up in Channel near Kent coast

An asylum seeker trying to reach the UK in a kayak has been picked up in the Channel close to the Kent coast.

The Border Force and the Maritime and Coastguard Agency responded to a report of a kayak being spotted by a ferry at about 12.30pm on Saturday.

The Border Force cutter HMC Searcher was deployed to pick up the man, who says he is Iranian and was reportedly living in the Calais refugee camp until it was dismantled last week.

The man, believed to be about 30, says he was persecuted in Iran after converting to Christianity, Sky News reported.

The Home Office said his case would be dealt with in line with immigration rules.

More than 5,500 residents of the main refugee camp in Calais were moved out over a number of days last week. French authorities say they have relocated more than 4,000 people.

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Old November 10th, 2016 #414
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Post "Just send them straight to England instead!" Paris reacts with anger to city's first migrant camp which is expected to draw thousands more to French capital

‘Just send them straight to England instead!’ Paris reacts with anger to city’s first migrant camp which is expected to draw thousands more to French capital

The camp has opened close to the Gare du Nord Eurostar hub
The £6 million facility has 400 places, and demand is expected to be high
Young men will only stay there for a few weeks
Neighbours have called for migrants to be sent straight to Britain

The first official refugee camp in the history of Paris today opened its doors for the first time – prompting fears that it will become a magnet for thousands of UK-bound migrants.

A trickle of young men was let inside the £6 million facility, which is in a former bus shelter in the north of the French capital, close to the Gare du Nord Eurostar hub.

While there are only 400 places, demand will be extremely high for the beds, showers, kitchens and even a football pitch that it will provide.

Residents will be allowed to stay for a few weeks at a time, meaning they can plan their journeys to Britain before moving on.

Others will be transferred to accommodation centres designated for those seeking asylum in France.

A member of Emmaus Solidarite, the charity running the camp, said it would ‘allow men to do all the things they can’t do while living on the street.’

Eight ‘villages’ for 50 people have been built, and there will be 120 full-time workers, and 500 volunteers.

It follows CRS riot police last week helping to clear some 4,000 migrants who were living in illegal camps nearby.

The week before, the so called ‘Jungle’ refugee camp in Calais was also razed, so displacing up to 8000 migrants.

Critics of the new centre said it would help attract thousands more young men from countries such as Afghanistan and Eritrea.

‘It will certainly be a magnet,’ said Gilles Kateb, a pensioner who lives nearby. ‘They should send them all directly to England instead!

‘Instead we will have to put up with thousands of unsettled young men living among us while wanting to be

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Marine Le Pen, the leader of France’s far-right Front National, was jubilant on Wednesday as she took to the stage at her party’s headquarters to congratulate Donald Trump, saying his victory showed nothing was “set in stone” and the “political and media elite” could be put in its place.

Smiling, she hailed “a great movement across the world” in which the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, coupled with Trump’s US election victory, heralded the dawn of a new world order.


Mainstream politicians in Paris immediately began warning that the next political earthquake could be what had always been seen as impossible: Le Pen winning the French presidential election in six months’ time.

Even before Trump’s win was official, Le Pen’s chief strategist, Florian Philippot, had tweeted: “Their world is collapsing, ours is being built.” Marine Le Pen’s estranged father, the former far-right leader, Jean-Marie Le Pen, added: “Today the United States, tomorrow France.”

All French polls currently show that Le Pen will easily make it through to the final run-off of the French presidential election in May. Her party is now a key electoral force and its anti-immigration stance has set the tone for the wider political debate.

But the same polls suggest that Le Pen cannot win because her party has no potential political allies to do deals with and because French voters of all persuasions would gang up in a storm of tactical voting to keep her out of the Elysée palace – in the same way they did in the regional elections last year.

However, after Trump’s breakthrough, politicians in France said the mainstream must do more to stop the rise of Le Pen. “What’s happening in the US could happen in France,” said Dominique de Villepin, a former rightwing prime minister.

“The boundaries of reason disappeared with Brexit; the main lesson for France is that Le Pen can win,” said Jean-Pierre Raffarin, another former centre-right prime minister.

The far-right Front National was the only big French political party to support Trump during the US campaign, even if Le Pen spoke more of her dislike of Hillary Clinton than any personal affinity with Trump.

Le Pen shares several of Trump’s views, namely on immigration and economic protectionism, but she has worked to tone down her own party rhetoric to make it more palatable
. She called Trump’s win “good news for France” saying he would tame “wild globalisation”, improve relations with Russia, and rein in “the warlike interventions that are the source of the huge migratory waves that we are suffering”.

In 2002, France suffered the biggest upset in its post-war political history when Jean-Marie Le Pen reached the second round of the presidential election. He was then massively beaten by tactical voting for the rightwing Jacques Chirac. But this time, the margin against his daughter is expected to be much slimmer.

The first indicator of Trump’s impact on the French presidential election will be the French right’s primary race to choose its presidential candidate in two weeks’ time. The moderate centre-right former prime minister Alain Juppé is currently the pollsters’ favourite to become the right’s contender and face off with Le Pen. After Trump’s win, he warned France of the electoral “risks of demagoguery and extremism” at home.

But Nicolas Sarkozy, who has run an increasingly hardline, far-right-themed campaign targeting Muslims and minorities – he insisted this week that children who don’t eat pork should lose their special school dinner options and instead eat chips – hopes for a personal boost from Trump’s win. His camp has ramped up its own “people versus the elite” message and Sarkozy promised to fight “political correctness”.

With François Hollande’s satisfaction ratings dropping to only 4% and the French left at each others’ throats, the Socialist party head, Jean-Christophe Cambadélis, said after Trump’s win: “The left has been warned! If we continue our irresponsible, childish behaviour, it will be Marine Le Pen.”

Elsewhere in Europe, Trump’s breakthrough was likely to boost candidates running on nationalistic, anti-foreigner, anti-elite and anti-globalisation platforms in several key elections over the next year.


Early next month, Austrians will vote in a presidential election that could see Norbert Hofer of the rightwing populist Freedom party become the first far-right head of state in western Europe since the second world war. Heinz-Christian Strache, the leader of the party, congratulated Trump, writing on Facebook: “Bit by bit, the political left and the out-of-touch and corrupt establishment is being punished by voters and driven from the seats of power. That’s a good thing, because the law comes from the people.”

In Germany, which also holds an election next year, Frauke Petry, the leader of the rightwing populist Alternative für Deutschland, said Trump’s result was “encouraging” as it could herald a political sea-change in Europe.

The Dutch far-right leader Geert Wilders, an Islamophobic frontrunner in parliamentary elections due next year, told Trump on Twitter that “your victory is historic and for all of us!”

In Hungary, hardline nationalist leader Viktor Orbán said Trump’s victory proved that “democracy is still alive”. In Greece, Golden Dawn, the party seen as Europe’s most virulent far-right force, applauded the result as a blow to America’s political and economic establishment.
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This is the moment where hate speech laws become a greater threat to democracy and freedom of speech than hate speech itself.

In France, Muslim terrorists are never Muslim terrorists, but "lunatics," "maniacs" and "youths".

To attack freedom of the press and freedom of speech is not anti-hate speech; it is submission.

By following these recommendations, the British government would place Muslim organizations in a kind of monopoly position: they would become the only source of information about themselves. It is the perfect totalitarian information order.

Created to guard against the kind of xenophobic and anti-Semitic propaganda that gave rise to the Holocaust, national hate speech laws have increasingly been invoked to criminalize speech that is merely deemed insulting to one's race, ethnicity, religion, or nationality.

It is disturbing to wonder how long the Council of Europe will strongly engage its experts and influence to cut through existing legal obstacles, in a quest to suppress any type of criticism of Islam, and to submit to the values of jihad.

Editors' Note: It was brought to our attention that the original version of this article contained several inaccuracies. We sincerely apologize to our readers; the author regrets his mistakes.

According the European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (ECRI) -- part of the Council of Europe -- the British press is to blame for increasing hate speech and racist violence. On October 4, 2016, the ECRI released a report dedicated only to Britain. The report said:

some traditional media, particularly tabloids... are responsible for most of the offensive, discriminatory and provocative terminology. The Sun, for instance, published an article in April 2015 entitled "Rescue boats? I'd use gunships to stop migrants", in which the columnist likened migrants to "cockroaches"...

The Sun newspaper has also published inflammatory anti-Muslim headlines, such as its front page of 23 November 2015 which read "1 in 5 Brit Muslims' sympathy for jihadis", along with a picture of a masked terrorist wielding a knife...

It is worth noting that Britain's Independent Press Standards Organisation forced the Sun to admit that the "1 in 5 Brit Muslims" headline quoted in the ECRI report "was significantly misleading."

The ECRI report establishes a direct causal link between some tough headlines in British tabloids and the security of the Muslims in the UK. In other words, the British press is allegedly inciting readers to commit "Islamophobic" acts against Muslims:

ECRI considers that, in light of the fact that Muslims are increasingly under the spotlight as a result of recent ISIS-related terrorist acts around the world, fueling prejudice against Muslims shows a reckless disregard, not only for the dignity of the great majority of Muslims in the United Kingdom, but also for their safety.

ECRI is basing its report on a recent study from Matthew Feldman, Professor at Teesside University. This study compiled anti-Muslim incidents before and after terrorist's attacks:

In the seven days prior to the Charlie Hebdo massacre in Paris, where 12 people were killed, there were 12 reported (anti Muslim) incidents, but in the seven days following, there were 45. This pattern was similar in relation to the terror attacks in Sydney, in December and Copenhagen, in February.

So, according to the ECRI and scholars of Teesside University, when Muslim jihadists murder people and the press reports that killers are Muslims, the press, and not Islamists, is encouraging "Islamophobic incidents" in Britain. According to ECRI Chair Christian Ahlund, "It is no coincidence that racist violence is on the rise in the UK at the same time as we see worrying examples of intolerance and hate speech in the newspapers, online and even among politicians."

For the ECRI, the biggest problem is:

"... where the media stress the Muslim background of perpetrators of terrorist acts, and devote significant coverage to it, the violent backlash against Muslims is likely to be greater than in cases where the perpetrators' motivation is downplayed or rejected in favour of alternative explanations."


The report does not explain what could be "alternative explanations." But we can find examples in French press: when a Muslim attacks a soldier and tries to take his gun, he is not an Islamist terrorist, but a "lunatic." Such attacks by "lunatics" are very common in France.

The French press downplays attacks by deciding not to name Muslim perpetrators: incriminating a "Mohamed" could, in the minds of French journalists, incite retaliations against Muslims. In another example, Muslim gangs cannot be connected to any form of violence, so they become "youths." In France, Muslim terrorists are never Muslim terrorists, but "lunatics", "maniacs" and "youths."

But that is France. In Britain, tabloids are not so polite, and they understand perfectly the intentions of the ECRI report: to ban the word "Muslim" when it is associated with "violence or terrorism."

The ECRI Report Marks a U-Turn in Free Speech

This is the moment where hate speech laws become a greater threat to democracy and freedom of speech than the hate speech itself. Prohibiting journalists from naming "Islamic terrorism," and encouraging them to hide the association of Muslims with terrorism, is an attempt to misrepresent the truth in the same way the former Soviet Union censored the truth. Taking advantage of some real racist articles in tabloids -- not many, because not many are quoted in the report -- to attack freedom of the press and freedom of speech is not anti-hate speech; it is submission.

The proof of submission lies in ECRI's recommendations to the British government:

"establish an independent press regulator";

"rigorous training for journalists to ensure better compliance with ethical standards";

"review the provisions on incitement to hatred with a view to making them more effective and usable";

"establish a real dialogue with Muslims in order to combat Islamophobia. They should consult them on all policies which could affect Muslims";

amending the Editor's Code of Practice to ensure that members of groups can submit complaints as victims against biased or prejudicial reporting concerning their community"


By following these recommendations, the British government would place Muslim organizations in a kind of monopoly position: they would become the only source of information about themselves. It is the perfect totalitarian information order. If a breach of that kind would open in the future, no doubt all the lobbies would rush into the breach: political parties, Protestants, Catholics, Jews, multinationals, everyone.

The British government did not fall into the trap, and firmly rebuffed ECRI's demands. It told the European council body:

"The Government is committed to a free and open press and does not interfere with what the press does and does not publish, as long as the press abides by the law."

In Great Britain, and in all countries of European Union, anti-hate laws already exist. Created to guard against the kind of xenophobic and anti-Semitic propaganda that gave rise to the Holocaust, national hate speech laws have increasingly been invoked to criminalize speech that is merely deemed insulting to one's race, ethnicity, religion, or nationality.

These laws have also been invoked often by Islamists to sue against anti-Islamist speech (cartoons of Muhammad, blasphemy against Islam, etc.) as manifestations of "racism" -- fortunately with little success. Most court cases that Islamists have initiated have failed because Islam is not a race.

Agnes Callamard, expert on human rights, writes in reference to the United Nations Charter:

"ARTICLE 19 recognises that reasonable restrictions on freedom of expression may be necessary or legitimate to prevent advocacy of hatred based on nationality, race, religion that constitutes incitement to discrimination, hostility or violence. The organisation does not extend such legitimate restrictions to offensive and blasphemous expressions."

It is disturbing to wonder how long the Council of Europe will strongly engage its experts and influence to cut through existing legal obstacles, in a quest to suppress any type of criticism of Islam, and to submit to the values of jihad.
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Asylum seeker who kayaked to Britain faces rape inquiry: Home Office investigates after aid worker alleges attack on Jungle volunteer was covered up

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A migrant who paddled across the Channel in an inflatable kayak is to be questioned by immigration officials over the alleged rape of a British charity worker in the Calais Jungle camp.

The attack – apparently common knowledge among volunteers – is said to have happened around eight months ago. But the woman never reported it to French police because of fears that her allegation might ‘stigmatise’ refugees.

However one aid worker alerted UK detectives after learning that the man, who claims to be Iranian, had reached Dover.

She told The Mail on Sunday the alleged assault was ‘effectively covered up’ by colleagues because they felt it would undermine their efforts to help refugees.

‘It became clear from discussions the woman hadn’t reported it because of concern it would undermine all the great work that had been done to help refugees.

‘But rape is rape and I was deeply uncomfortable with that.’

Home Office sources confirmed the man will be questioned about the rape, but stressed it was one of many factors being considered while examining his asylum claim.

He is currently living in a ‘segregated’ asylum seekers’ shelter, from which he is free to come and go.

Detectives in the UK were alerted when the migrant, who is in his thirties and claims to be a software engineer, crossed the Channel on October 29.
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Post Seven freezing Iranian 'illegal immigrants' are caught sailing a dinghy off the Kent coast after calling 999 from their MOBILES 'because the sea was too rough'

Seven freezing Iranian 'illegal immigrants' are caught sailing a dinghy off the Kent coast after calling 999 from their MOBILES 'because the sea was too rough'

Migrants, all men, made their way across the Channel in an inflatable boat
One of the men got out to shore but the rest were found in the boat
Three of them were suffering from hypothermia when they were caught
It is thought to be the first incident of suspected migrants trying to reach the Kent coast from France since the closure of The Jungle camp in Calais

Seven suspected illegal immigrants have been arrested after their boat was found off a Kent beach - in what is believed to be the first attempted crossing of the Channel since the demolition of the Calais Jungle.

The Iranian migrants, all men, had made their way across the water in an inflatable RHIB (rigid-hulled inflatable boat) and dialled 999 from a mobile for help as they came closer to the UK coastline, because 'the sea was too rough'.

Three of them were suffering from hypothermia when the discovery was made near Dover, Kent, today at 5.23am.

One of the men had already reportedly managed to get to the shore, but the rest were found in the dinghy.

The emergency services, including the lifeboat from Dover, launched a search and rescue mission after the group were

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Post One in three child migrants missing after Calais Jungle closure - charity

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LONDON, Nov 23 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nearly one in three migrant children tracked by a refugee charity have gone missing since the "Jungle" camp in the northern French town of Calais was dismantled in October, the organisation said on Wednesday.

Refugee Youth Service said it could not locate a third of the 179 child migrants it had been tracking since authorities bulldozed the Jungle, home to up to 10,000 people fleeing war or poverty in the Middle East and Africa.

The fate of children staying in the squalid camp where migrants converged in the hope of making it across to Britain, has been a political problem for the British government.

Religious leaders, refugee rights campaign groups and opposition parties have accused Britain of dragging its heels in helping to deal with unaccompanied children.


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Old November 24th, 2016 #420
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they should have been towed back to france immediately
 
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