“Insecurity affects all communities and populations alike. Scapegoating refugees is no answer. Refugees are as much at risk from insecurity as the wider Kenyan population,” said AdrianÂ Edwards,Â spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.
Somali Muslims have taken over whole areas of Kenya, including parts of Mombasa. And they have been attacking Kenyans and, especially, Christian targets. After the latest attack on a church, the Kenyan government decided, for security reasons, to confine the Somalis (“refugees” to some, but what they are fleeing is the misrule and chaos of a Muslim state, and bringing that misrule and chaos with them, and their own Muslim aggressiveness, and desire to impose their ways, into Kenya) to two camps.
This, of course, the U.N. Refugee Agency does not like. It wants to decide what Kenya should do to protect Kenya.
The storyÂ here.
Little different from the past week in Tripoli, Libya, or a few dozen other cities in the Muslim-dominated lands. This no longer surprises you. You’ve come to expect it. You’re indifferent to what goes on in the Arab and Muslim lands. You don’t care — you even wish — that they fight among themselves forever. Now you have to think aboutÂ what it means to have a large-scale Muslim presence in your midst. That’s the next step.–Â Here. (Hugh Fitzgerald)