Skip to comments.Canada: Palestinian Refugees—Fleeing Hamas
Posted on 12/10/2013 11:36:04 PM PST by Olog-hai
Three Palestinian residents of Ramallah, Mohammad Adawi and his two sons Naser and Nasim, arrived in Canada in 2010 requesting refugee status. According to Adawi, he was forced to flee Samaria following death threats from armed members of Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
The three recently applied for a judicial review of a 2012 decision that refused them refugee status and claimed their story was likely fabricated, reports Shalom Toronto. The federal courts involved in the review canceled the earlier decision and opened a new hearing of their case.
Adawi reports that his eldest son refused to help Hamas and Islamic Jihad, and as a result, rumors were spread that his family collaborates with Israel.
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Just what we need up here. More non-working, entitlement receiving, western hating parasites. Sure, come on in. I’m not taxed enough yet, and our cities look like they are located somewhere in the third world. We’ve already bowed down and changed our culture to accommodate you - may as well come and make use of it.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Hope they're watching for those who are working for, rather than fleeing, Hamas
Another way for Hamas to infiltrate Western countries, pretend to be refugees fleeing Hamas. Brilliant!
Canada’s that far gone?
B-but Hamas is a charitable organization? They help the barefoot, pregnant pali women pay for their gorceries, and...and...My world is crushed!!!!/s
> Adawi reports that his eldest son refused to help Hamas and Islamic Jihad, and as a result, rumors were spread that his family collaborates with Israel.
Don’t forget the hundreds of babies birth rate nicely paid for and taken care of by our government.
So true. When my first little grandchild was born and I went to see her at the hospital, my daughter and son-in-law were the only white couple in a crowded maternity ward. Mostly middle eastern people, with a handful of Asians. I have to admit, it felt very strange.