5 February 2007

The Undoubted Benefits of Ethnic Diversity III

IN another display of the vibrancy advocates of multiculturalism assure us accompanies and justifies the ethnic balkanisation of Britain, a Mr Sadiq Mohammed (you know, Mark Steyn was right), 32, has been jailed indefinitely for the abduction and rape of a seven-year-old girl in May 2006. Mr Mohammed, who came to Britain from Somalia in 1990 claiming asylum, had previously been sentenced to four years imprisonment in 2000 for indecently assaulting a 55-year-old woman and attempting to attack three others, including a 14-year-old. Sentencing at the previous trial Judge Lester Boothman recommended that Mr Mohammed be deported upon his release. The culprit was duly liberated halfway through his sentence, but remained in the country. And why wasn’t Mr Mohammed expelled forthwith? A Home Office spokesman explains:

‘Each case is considered on its individual merits in accordance to our international obligations and taking full account of conditions in the country concerned as they impact on the individual. We will only enforce return where we are satisfied that the individual concerned will not be at risk.’
Naturally, the risk that such an individual might pose to indigenous Britons is entirely irrelevant.
Update: The possibility that the culprit is a Kenyan national and so not eligible for asylum has now been raised.

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