Mohammad Hussain Rashwani was described by a local newspaper as a “’model’ for integration of asylum seekers.” Then this week, “he viciously attacked the owner of the salon, 64-year-old Ilona F. in the neck with a knife.”
Five months ago, another Syrian refugee was arrested for “butchering” a woman with a kebab knife because she “rebuffed his sexual advances.” Europe is under siege because of the lack of Muslim integration and the corresponding lack of expectation from Western leaders that they even should integrate. Thanks to such leaders, Europeans are at much greater risk.
Germany has had enormous difficulty in integrating the over one million asylum seekers who have come in the last several years into the labour market.
There is still no significant public outcry for Muslim migrants to be held accountable and live peaceably with infidels; there is only widespread political correctness and counterintuitive campaigns to silence critics of Islam.
The attack highlights two important topics in Germany in regard to asylum seekers, that of labour integration and of the rising tide of migrant crime.
Western authorities have not implemented a critically necessary two-way street plan to immigration: those being welcomed into Western states must abide by the laws of the land and assimilate. Migrants must not be allowed leeway to attack infidels at will, pursue conquest through jihad, and view themselves as superior over their host society. Controlled bans, deportations and the tightening of immigration policy to allow for careful screening are necessary to save the West from further Sharia incursion.
“Model of Integration’ Syrian Migrant Brutally Stabs Female Boss”, by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, June 30, 2017:
A Syrian asylum seeker given a job at a hair salon has been arrested after he attacked his 64-year-old female boss with a knife.
Mohammad Hussain Rashwani, 39, was allowed to work at the Herzberg hair salon in September of last year. Local paper Lausitzer Rundschau described him as a “model” for integration of asylum seekers though this week he viciously attacked the owner of the salon, 64-year-old Ilona F. in the neck with a knife Die Welt reports.
The brutal attack occurred on Wednesday evening at around 5:30 pm. So far police have had difficulty trying to ascertain a motive for the attack which left the 64-year-old hospitalised and is expected to make a full recovery.
A 22-year-old Syrian is said to have intervened in the attack likely saving the life of the woman.
Chief Prosecutor Gernot Bantleon said, “According to initial findings, we assume that the motive could be related to the employment relationship,” but gave no further details. “We have applied for a warrant for attempted murder,” he added.
Last year the Lausitzer Rundschau published an article celebrating the 39-year-old as a “model of integration” saying that he had fled Damascus where he had formerly worked as a hairdresser.
The victim of the attack also had high praise for Mohammad last year saying, “Mohammad is a proud man, but very careful and prudent, and he even helps with cleaning up.”
It was also noted at the time that Mohammad had great difficulty learning German and had to use a mobile app on his phone to translate so he could communicate with other staff and customers….