Calais On Lockdown After 100s Of Migrants Storm UK-Bound Ferry

Calais On Lockdown After 100s Of Migrants Storm UK-Bound Ferry:

Coinciding with UK’s Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn’s arrival at the French refugee camps, Sky News reports the port of Calais has been temporarily closed as 100s of migrants stormed on to a ship in the hope of reaching the UK. About 50 migrants are thought to have made their way on to a P&O-operated vessel called Spirit of Britain, and police are at the scene and have reportedly deployed water cannons to break up the crowds of protesters.

Refugees Claim ISIS Militants Living Among Them In Germany

Refugees claim ISIS militants living among them in Germany:

Christian refugees from Syria claim they saw a former Islamic State member living in Frankfurt, and that this is not an isolated case. Police investigated but refused to file charges because the alleged terrorist has done nothing criminal in Germany.

On his last visit to the Saarland region of Germany, on the border with France, RT’s Peter Oliver met with a group of Assyrian Christians who had been held hostage by Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL).
They recalled that while being held in IS captivity, the only thing they prayed for was to be shot instead of being beheaded.

The same community, now living in the city of Saarlouis, say the horrors of that experience have followed them all the way to Germany, after they found out that a man they say had ties to Islamic State is living among them.

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Migrant crisis: Iraqis return home, disenchanted with life in Germany

Iraqis return home, disenchanted with life in Germany

Migrant crisis: Iraqis return home, disenchanted with life in Germany:

Heval Aram is waiting for a flight to Iraq. He says he and his family travelled for 12 days to reach Germany, but the poor conditions they experienced in refugee camps pushed them to return home.

“They gather people in horrible camps with no space to sleep, bathe or relax. There is no hope here in Germany. I hope nobody will leave their home to come here,” he said.

Others claim the food is too expensive for the amount of money they receive from the state.

There are also complaints the asylum process is too slow.

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WATCH: ‘Angela Merkel You Have Killed Germany!’ – 16 Year Old Girl’s Migrant Fears Video That Some Claim Facebook Are ‘Censoring’

WATCH: ‘Angela Merkel You Have Killed Germany!’ – 16 Year Old Girl’s Migrant Fears Video That Some Claim Facebook Are ‘Censoring’:

“Please help us!… It is… very hard to live day-to-day as a woman” says 16 year old Bibi Wilhailm, a German girl who has uploaded her personal experiences of Arab and Muslim migrants in a new video that some claim is being censored by Facebook under it’s new “hate speech” guidelines.

The 20 minute video, apparently created by the 16 year old Facebook user Miss Wilhailm, starts with her saying that she is, “so scared everywhere, for example if my family and I go out together, or if I see a movie with my friends. Usually I stay out until 6pm in winter, and it is so scary. It is just very hard to live day-to-day as a woman.”

The girl – who some social media users report has now been banned from Facebook, though others say she has removed herself – then goes on to talk about an incident that happened to her at a local supermarket saying, “I ran all the way home. I was frightened for my life. There’s no other way to describe it.”

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Migrant Crisis: Germany Admits It Lost Track Of Over 600,000 ‘Refugees’

Germany admits it cannot account for half of its 1.1m asylum seekers (Daily Mail):

  • Germany government admits it cannot account for 600,000 asylum seekers
  • That is more than than half of the 1.1million applications made in country
  • Delays in processing applications may account for some of those missing
  • Others may have gone to other EU countries, the Interior Ministry has said
  • See more news on the migrant crisis at www.dailymail.co.uk/migrantcrisis 

The German government is unable to say where more than half of the one million asylum seekers allowed into the country have ended up, MailOnline can exclusively reveal.


Germany admits it lost track of over 1 million ‘refugees’:

Interior Ministry admits 600,000 migrants have gone missing in or outside Germany, as police investigate mass New Year sex assault campaign.

In the wake of massive sexual assaults perpetrated by Muslim migrants on New Year’s Eve, and the threat of jihadists infiltrating the sudden mass influx of “refugees,” Germany admitted on Thursday that it has lost track of 600,000 asylum seekers.

By the end of 2015 Germany had registered 1.1 million asylum seekers under its EASY system, that records little data other than the applicant’s country of origin, reports the British Daily Mail late Thursday.

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