Posts Tagged: Somalia

Abdirahim Husu Hussein: Oikeus on voittanut taas

Abdrirahim Husu Hussein Abdirahman Ismail Ali, ystävilleen Suldaanka, saapui Suomeen turvapaikanhakijana syyskuussa 2015. Suomeen saavuttuaan hän eli niin kuin muutkin, pelasi jalkapalloa ja suoritti vuoden kestävän valmentavan VALMA kurssin opiskellen samalla suomea ja valmistuttuaan hän haki ammattikouluun rakennuslinjalle, johon hänet hyväksyttiin. Hän suunnitteli hankkivansa pätevyyden voidakseen rakentaa elämänsä Suomeen ja antaakseen lopulta takaisin sille maalle,

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Yasmin Yusuf: Kirje Sari Essayahille

Suomen Kristillisdemokraattinen puolue, kirjoitan teille avoimen kirjeen tunteistani, joita puheenjohtajanne Sari Essayahin  kirjoitus Maaseudun Tulevaisuudessa 18.01.2019 minussa herätti. (Seksuaalirikosten taustalla on ”kulttuurin ja uskonnon värittämä vääristynyt naiskuva, jossa naisen ’kunnia’ on isänsä, veljensä tai puolisonsa kontrollin alla.)  

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Why did Finland allocate so much money on asylum reception centers that treated in too many cases refugees like “livestock?”

In 2015 and 2016 some 38,000 asylum seekers came to Finland and scores of asylum reception centers were established rapidly throughout the country to house so many people. Even if the government’s ever-draconian view of migrants was “not make Finland attractive to asylum seekers” at any cost, asylum seekers helped expose our ineffective immigration and integration policy.

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Asylum seekers in Finland: New law that will shorten the time of appeal is a “cowardly” act

President Sauli Niinistö signed into law Friday a bill that will make it virtually impossible for refugees to appeal asylum cases rejected by the Finnish Immigration Service (Migri), according to YLE News. While the Finnish media hasn’t cared to ask what asylum seekers think about the new law, Migrant Tales got in touch with two asylum seekers about the matter.

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Iraqi asylum seekers in Helsinki and the Kemi reception center will take part in peaceful protest Wednesday

Migrant Tales understands that the Kemi reception center, which is located in northern Finland, will take part in a peaceful demonstration in solidarity with a larger one planned for Helsinki Wednesday. The source at the Kemi reception center said that the demonstration is against a new assessment for Iraq, which now sees that it is a safe country to return asylum seekers.

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Fadumo Dayib: The Cannibalistic Clan Club aka CCC

Fadumo Dayib Caraweelo, both fists raised in defiance, body contorted in mockery and eyes wide open with belligerence, burst into this world with a single, loud, blood-curling scream. Her kin, upon seeing the jewel between her legs, drew back with disgust and disappointment, all the while murmuring verses of protection. A few old men, scared

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A letter to Jussi Halla-aho from Bashir Roble

Perussuomalaiset MP Jussi Halla-aho, Have you ever visited Somalia? Do you have any Somali friends? I know that both answers are negative because of the way you speak about my people and my country. MPs like you and others who think the same way, like Interior Minister Päivi Räsänen, belong to the same group. You

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Halla-aho takes another swipe at Finland’s Somali community

It’s pretty easy to note that one of the Perussuomalaiset (PS) party’s dynamic duo, Jussi Halla-aho and James Hirvisaari, are raising the stakes as the municipal elections near on October 28. We recently heard Hirvisaari throwing low punches at homosexuals and today Halla-aho would be ready to stop giving protection to Somalis, who come from a

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Is Finland being threatened by terrorism?

Finland’s secret police, Supo, has recently warned about how terrorist groups such as Al Shabaab of Somalia are recruiting their nationals in Finland to fight in the bloody civil war of that troubled country. Such claims by Finland’s secret police have been denied by Finland’s Somali League president Abridrshid Awad Dirie.

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The sad case of Somalis in Finland

Below is a good example of how a public official’s comments helps strengthen racism and stereotypes of certain ethnic groups living in Finland. One of the biggest flaws in the arguments of anti-immigrant groups is that they incorrectly believe that cultures don’t change and therefore different groups are incompatible. I hope that the same stance as these far-right groups hasn’t overtaken the Finnish Immigration Service when we speak of the Somalians.

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