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የዴንማርክ የስደተኞች ሚንስትሯ ለአስቸጋሪዎቹ ሶማሌዎች | “ወደ አገራችሁ ተመለሱና አገራችሁን አልሙ”

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on December 21, 2018

የዴንማርክ የስደተኞች ሚኒስትር የሆኑት ኢንገር ስቶጅበርግ በዴንማርክ የሚገኙ ሶማሊያውያን ስደተኞች ወደ ትውልድ አገራቸው እንዲመለሱ እና የሕዝቦቻቸውን ኑሮ ለማሻሻል ጥረት እንዲያደርጉ ጥሪ አቀረቡላቸው።

በጣልያን አገርም ተመሳሳይ ድምጽ እየተሰማ ነው። በዚህ በገና ወቅት ዓብያተክርስቲያናትን ለማፈንዳት ሤራ ሲጠነስሱ የነበሩ ሶማሌዎች በጣልያናውያን ፀጥታ አስከባሪዎች ከሁለት ቀናት በፊት ተይዘዋል።

በመላው ዓለም የተጠሉት እነዚህ ሶማሌዎች ወደ ውዲቷ አገራቸው ሲመለሱ እግረመንገዳቸውን ኢትዮጵያ ያሉትን ወገኖቻቸውን ብሎም ኢትዮጵያዊነታቸውን የከዱትን ኦሮሞዎች ነን ባዮችና መሀመዳውያን አጋሮቻቸውን ሁሉ ሰብሰበውና በግመሎቻቸው ጭነው ይውሰዱልን፤ ወደፊት ከመገደዳቸው በፊት። እርስበርስ መተላለቅ ከፈለጉና ደም ለሚወደው ለአላሃቸው የደም መስዋዕት ማበርከት ከፈለጉም ሞቃዲሹ አጠገብ ሞቃታማና አመች የሆነ ባሕር አለ።


Danish Minister Tells Somalis ‘Go Home and Rebuild Your Country’


Denmark’s migration minister Inger Støjberg has told the country’s Somali migrants to return home and work on improving their own country after the Danish government ruled parts of Somalia safe.

Since the Immigration Service began its review of refugee residency permits in early 2017, nearly 1,000 Somalis have had their Danish residency permit revoked, reports the Danish Broadcasting Corporation.

Of those, 516 had been directly granted asylum while another 412 were family members who joined them as through chain migration, also known as “family reunion” or “family reunification”.

If you no longer need our protection and your life and health are no longer at risk in your home country, and specifically in Somalia, you must of course return home and rebuild the country from which you came from,” Ms Støjberg said.

The automatic right to asylum from countries like Somalia was revoked in Denmark’s 2015 amendment to its Immigration Act.

As a result, the Immigration Service announced in autumn 2016 that it would use the new legal basis to review about 1,200 residence permits given to Somalis because of changes to “general conditions” in parts of their country, whereby “there is no longer a basis for asylum, simply because they come from there”.

Unlike neighboring Germany and Sweden, Denmark has taken a tough line on asylum and integration since the Syrian conflict sparked Europe’s migrant crisis in 2015.

In October, Ms Støjberg rejected EU efforts to impose migrant quotas, saying “too few contribute” to the workforce — Denmark being known as a country with a high cultural value work ethic.

She is hardly a rogue element in the Danish government, with her rejection of the migrant quota being echoed the following month by the country’s prime minister, Lars Løkke Rasmussen, who said that it was “wrong” to force European Union member states to take asylum seekers.

The country has also introduced a series of integration programmes to stop non-Western migrants ghettosing in the Scandinavian peninsula, including telling migrants in high-ethnic neighborhoods that their children must attend daycare from the age of one to learn Danish values or the parents face losing social security benefits.

In further efforts to foster integration, the government also vowed to demolish 1,000 houses in the Vollsmose migrant ghetto and relocate residents, after Prime Minister Rasmussen promised a nationwide crackdown on “parallel societies and the counter-cultures within.”

Earlier in December, Denmark also solved the problem of what to do with foreign criminals and rejected undeportable asylum seekers, with Finance Minister Kristian Jensen saying they would be sent to live on a remote island off the mainland’s coast.

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Europe’s Suicide: Injecting New Life? Denmark Sells Vaccine Production to Saudi Sharia Supporters

Posted by addisethiopia / አዲስ ኢትዮጵያ on February 27, 2017

VaccinesDenmark’s outgoing Health Minister Ellen Trane Nørby is having a hard time explaining why the Danish government notoriously sold a state-owned vaccine manufacturing facility to a Saudi company with alleged links to proponents of extreme Islam after an unpleasant revelation by a Danish newspaper.

The vaccine production facilities of the Danish State Serum Institute (SSI) have been sold to Aljomaih Group, which is owned by a Saudi family dynasty with alleged extremist links. Previously Aljomaih Group, which is led by Sheikh Abdul Aziz Hamad Aljomaih, had given donations to the Muslim Brotherhood, an Islamist political organization, via its bank Arcapita, the Danish tabloid newspaper Extra Bladet revealed. To make matters worse, the new owners are advocates of Sharia law and employ people who had previously encouraged a boycott of Denmark.

The 15 million DKK deal ($2.15mln) was initiated in 2014 under the previous government, led by Helle Thorning-Schmidt, when a cross-party parliamentary finance committee approved of Aljomaih as a legitimate buyer. This happened despite the fact that Arcapita’s Sharia committee is headed by a powerful Muslim cleric, Mohammed Taqi Usamani, who had previously called for a boycott of Denmark during the controversy about the Muhammad cartoons in 2006.

The Danish left-wing party Red-Green Alliance voiced deep concern about the newly surfaced details of the transaction.

We’ve been against selling SSI’s vaccine factory and diagnostics facilities from day one. We are talking about critical infrastructure that can impact on emergency preparedness against biological warfare and terror, and we don’t think that should be sold to the private sector,

Red-Green Alliance Pelle Dragsted told Extra Bladet, invoking traditional socialist arguments against privatization in general.

Security concerns over a possible shortage of vaccines have been raised by other experts as well.

“One must be very careful when outsourcing key activities such as vaccine production to a country like Saudi Arabia,”

Middle East expert Helle Lykke Nielsen from the Southern Danish University told Extra Bladet, warning of unpredictable consequences for Danish healthcare.

Another cause of concern is that Aljomaih’s subsidiary AJ Vaccines will deliver serum shots for Danish children for a period of at least 30 months.

Selling key manufacturing facilities such as those producing vaccines to ideologically hostile countries which, for whatever reason, may abruptly decide to shut down production, does not sound like a good idea. Those who say that the Saudis are merely interested in profit like anyone else should know better,”

American terrorism expert Rachel Ehrenfeld, director of the American Center for Democracy and its Economic Warfare Institute, told Extra Bladet.

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Vaccines and Terrorism

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