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“Østeuropæiske lande må betale for, at deres borgere fylder op i danske fængsler, mener SF. … Flere end hver fjerde indsatte i de danske fængsler kommer i øjeblikket fra Østeuropa.”

http://jp.dk/indland/indland_politik/article2438119.ece

“Teachers are advised against going to the police and sometimes even offered hush-money, according to TV programme EenVandaag.

A teacher recounted on EenVandaag how the school management instructed her to give a higher mark to an aggresive pupil for fear he would turn to violence if he did not receive this. This pupil had at that time already made death threats to six teachers.

There was reason to assume that the pupil was dangerous because he was a friend of the Turkish boy who shot a teacher through the head in a school in The Hague in 2008. But instead of informing the police, the school management tried to please him.

Another teacher recounted how schools sometimes dismiss teachers when they go to the police to make a report against a violent pupil. One teacher even had to promise as a condition for her severance pay that she would never discuss the threats made against her with anyone. Another teacher, whose exam questions were stolen by a pupil, was advised by the school management to buy the questions back from the thief.

One school allowed pupils to put up pornographic posters on which the faces of their teachers were used. These were only removed for the periodical parents evenings, when parents come to discuss the performance of their children with the teachers.

According to a poll by EenVandaag, 10 percent of the secondary school teachers say they have experienced physical violence in the past three years. Sometimes the perpetrator was a parent, but mostly a pupil. Some 24 percent say they receive threats of violence or death threats. The problems are worst in schools with many immigrant pupils, and at the lower educational levels.”

“»Hvis de baltiske lande ikke gør noget for at få bugt med den øgede kriminalitet, som rammer de nordiske lande i betydelig grad, så må Schengen-samarbejdet, og hvor grænserne skal kontrolleres, tages op til alvorlig overvejelse. De åbne grænser er et kæmpeproblem for os i Norden,« siger Arne Johannesen til den norske netavis vg.no.

Ekstremt slemt

Ifølge Arne Johannesen står personer fra de baltiske lande for 80 procent af den organiserede kriminalitet i Norden.

»Det er en situation, som vi ikke længere kan leve med,« siger han.

I Danmark erklærer politiforbundets formand, Peter Ibsen, at »situationen er yderst alvorlig«. Ikke mindst i Letland, hvor forholdene for betjente er så elendige, at flere bliver tvunget ud i kriminalitet.”

http://jp.dk/indland/indland_politik/article2413794.ece

“Udlændinge og efterkommere fra mindre udviklede lande koster statskassen 16 mia. kr., konkluderer en redegørelse fra regeringen. Regeringens opstramninger af udlændingereglerne siden 2001 sparer statskassen for fem mia. kr. om året. … Dansk Folkeparti har bedt Integrationsministeriet medregne f.eks. merudgifter til fængsler under kriminalforsorgen som følge af indvandreres overrepræsentation i kriminalstatistikkerne. Det regnestykke ventes først senere.”

http://www.b.dk/nationalt/regeringen-udlaendinge-stramninger-sparer-fem-mia.-kr

“Ikke-vestlige efterkommeres større kriminalitet i 1990 og 2006 - mænd 15-45 år:

1990: 343 procent (ikke kontrolleret) 76 procent (kontrolleret)

2006: 300 procent (ikke kontrolleret) 31 procent (kontrollerert)”

“Kontrolleret”: Kontrolleret for uddannelse og indkomst.

75,000 asylum seekers have gone missing in past 20 years

The Home Office has also lost up to 75,000 of the so-called “legacy” asylum seekers, the head of the UK Border Agency admitted.

They are now unlikely to ever be traced with some cases dating back to the 1990s, despite a five year trawl of the records.

Jonathan Sedgwick, the acting chief executive of UKBA, also admitted some of the remaining individuals have been allowed to stay despite having a criminal record.”

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/immigration/8431308/75000-asylum-seekers-have-gone-missing-in-past-20-years.html

“Og når balladen er en realitet, står vort personale som oftest med to grupper - vore ”danske” venner og vore ”fremmede” venner. Vore ”danske” venner er som oftest irriterede og klager over en konkret adfærd, som har ført til balladen. Vore ”fremmede” venner derimod står som oftest og råber og skriger, slår ud til alle sider og gør tingene værre. De er vildt påståelige og benægter alt, også selv om vi har det på video, ringer efter flere venner, som kan komme og hjælpe dem, og skaber kort og godt en rigtig træls situation. Vort personale bliver spyttet på og kaldt racister, og de kvindelige ansatte bliver kaldt ludere. Når de så er blevet smidt ud, fortsætter balladen udenfor, ofte med de nu ankomne kammerater som deltagere.

Det kan lyde som en banal fordom - men det er realiteterne i min verden.

Som diskoteksejer er fristelsen derfor stor til blot at lave en blank afvisning af de ”fremmede” allerede i døren.

Statistisk har vi noget at have det i. 9 ud af 10 gange, hvor man lukker en gruppe af vore ”fremmede” venner ind, ender man med at skulle smide dem ud under hyl og ballade. 1 ud af 900 gange sker det for en ”dansker”.

Og vore ”fremmede” venners besøg byder altid på grænseoverskridende adfærd af en eller anden form.

Det er i alt fald statistikken på mit diskotek.”

http://jp.dk/opinion/breve/article2359320.ece

Journal of Moral Education
Vol. 36, No. 3, September 2007, pp. 357–369

“Community perceptions of moral education as a response to crime by young Pakistani males in Bradford”

Marta Bolognani, Lahore University of Management Sciences, Pakistan

“Summary

While increasing attention from academics and the media focuses on the lives of Muslim
communities in the west, little attention has so far been given to insiders’ own perceptions of their
social lives. This paper, borne out of broader research on their perceptions of crime, aims to
analyse some internal discourses on moral education. The ethnographic data, collected between
October 2004 and July 2005, is used to try to show the potentials and the pitfalls of formal (in
mosques, madrasahs and schools) and informal (in family and community) means of provision of
moral education. The paper argues that prevention of deviance through moral education seems to
be neglected in favour of punishment, retrieval or rehabilitation. Female deviance, however, seems
to be addressed by prevention strategies that are based on protection and the limitation of certain
interactions, rather than on moral education.

Conclusion

Conclusion

This paper has shown how families, although expected to be the core of moral
education and social control practices, are seen by many Bradford Pakistanis as
failing to provide moral guidance and nurture for mainly three reasons: lack of
parental skills, lack of interaction with the outer world, including schools and
tendency to delegate moral education to others, especially mosques and madrasahs.

Faith was a source from which many of the notions of good and evil were drawn.
Proximity with pious environments was generally considered a ‘protective factor’ in
terms of crime but not even this was deemed as a completely safe path for crime
prevention. While faith was thought of as able to help individuals who had gone onto
a wrong path, it was generally considered a variable independent of human will and
therefore could not directly be used in crime prevention: humans cannot control
faith. However, many believed that an upbringing that emphasised Muslim identity
may lead to some positive results. On their part, mosques were depicted by many as
structures trapped in power and blackmail struggles. The problems of incompetent
imams and the language barrier were also mentioned, together with a growing
interest in international and ‘ummatic’ problems, rather than local concerns. These
issues were reflected in the critical views on madrasahs and religious education.
However, religious practice through English as a medium was generally evaluated as
a safer strategy as it was the teaching of universal Islamic moral values that would
benefit the community through encouraging the inner change of individuals.
Schools, on the other hand, were not considered as conveyors of moral education,
but of skills. Furthermore, inner city schools were considered a place where a
‘contamination’ from bad characters could take place. Overall, research participants
seemed to agree that in Bradford moral education was perpetually delegated and no
agent was ever found to take it over. Prevention of deviance through moral
education, therefore, was perceived to be unsuccessful overall. Social control in
terms of punishment, retrieval or rehabilitation was a more common approach for
boys, though not for girls. Female deviance in fact seemed to be addressed through
prevention strategies that were based on protection and the restriction of certain
interactions, rather than through moral education.”

“Familier hjælper med voldtægt af tvangsgiftede piger
Ritzau | 10. februar 2011
Advokat oplever, at stadig flere unge kvinder udsættes for voldtægt i tvangsægteskaber

Et stigende antal unge, danske kvinder med mellemøstlig baggrund udsættes for vold og voldtægt i deres tvangsægteskaber.

Derfor går den århusianske advokat Simon Eilrich nye veje i et forsøg på at hjælpe kvinderne. Ifølge advokaten sker overgrebene ofte med pigernes familiers viden eller medvirken. Så han går nu efter at få de pårørende dømt.
Advokaten førte sidste år 12 sager for danske piger med mellemøstlig baggrund.
Flere førte til, at fætre eller brødre blev dømt for medvirken til vold og voldtægt.
Hos Landsorganisationen af Kvindecentre, LOKK, har næsten halvdelen af kvinderne på centrene - 46 procent - en anden baggrund end dansk.

LOKKs krisetelefon for unge danskere med mellemøstlig baggrund, der lever i spændingsfeltet mellem æresbegreber og dansk kultur, har på et år oplevet næsten en fordobling i antallet af opkald. Krisetelefonen fik 833 opkald i 2010 mod 440 henvendelser året før.”

http://www.kristeligt-dagblad.dk/artikel/408118:Danmark-Familier-hjaelper-med-voldtaegt-af-tvangsgiftede-piger

“I think we were progressing very nicely until the surge of Islam came, and if you asked me for my observations, the other communities have easier integration – friends, intermarriages and so on, Indians with Chinese, Chinese with Indians – than Muslims. That’s the result of the surge from the Arab states.”He added: ”I would say today, we can integrate all religions and races except Islam.”
- Lee Kuan Yew

http://snaphanen.dk/2011/02/03/lee-kuan-yew-hard-truths-to-keep-singapore-going/

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