Norway is paying “refugees” to go back home or anywhere other than Norway. Canada is greeting their Syrian refugees with choirs singing in Arabic (and that’s a hilarious story. Read more below and see the video – anyone know what the squiggles are on the children’s shirts?). In the United States, underage children from Mexico and Central America continue to cross our borders by the thousands.
A family with two children is eligible for $9,300 plus free flights home, around 900 refugees have already accepted Norway’s offer. . . .
In Norway the refugee process can take years to complete during which the refugee is not allowed to work. Once allowed to stay many are moved to remote parts of the country where jobs and education opportunities are limited. Source
The story was first reported as a Canadian children’s chorus welcoming Syrian refugees with a traditional Muslim song, sung in Arabic. That report wasn’t quite accurate. The children were not singing for the “refugees.” It’s worse than that. They were singing an ancient Arabic song that welcomed the prophet, Muhammad to Medina, Saudia Arabia. Had nothing to do with refugees. Had everything to do with what and why we teach children what we teach them.
The video was originally posted on Facebook on 3 December by a Arab-Canadian mother, Dima Kilani. Her 10-year-old daughter was one of those singing in the school choir in Ottawa.
“The idea behind this was to bring people from different background together and to promote Canada’s culture of inclusion,” Kilani told BBC Trending. “This might not be about refugees but it carried a similar sentiment which filled us with happiness and optimism.”
The choir’s director told Buzzfeed that he’d been looking for years to include an Islamic song in the school choir’s performance. “It had nothing to do, for us, with the Syrian refugee crisis or anything else going on in the world right now,” said Robert Filion – although a school board spokesperson initially told the news site that the song was performed as a welcome to refugees. Source
Illegal immigrants, specifically non-Mexican children, have been caught crossing the U.S. southern border at an alarming rate according to recent Border Patrol statistics.
With nearly 5,000 unaccompanied children caught in October and almost 3,000 caught in the first half of November, The Washington Times reports that it signals how smuggling cartels and would-be illegal immigrants are paying close attention to the careless border enforcement in the U.S.
“The greatest existential threat to this nation right now is this administration’s open-border policy. This is no longer about immigration, it’s about the president and DHS keeping open the corridors on the southern border that are accessible to anyone in the world,” said Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif. Source: NewsMax, Nov. 2015