Back to sleep, infidels. Nothing to see here. Just a little disagreement among “yoots”…..
AN investigation will be held into a brawl involving about 50 unaccompanied “Afghan asylum-seeker boys” at a Melbourne immigration detention centre.
No one signed his name to this report. Note Â the language. Our betters wouldn’t tell us that we are dealing with murderous child soldiers even if Â these “Afghan asylum-seeker boys” would rape and kill their own children.
This is where these ” Teenage Afghan Asylum-Seeker Boys” Â come from:
Check it out. Barenaked has Â everything you need to know. Then ask yourself: do you want your kids to grow up alongside them?
- Seven of the males, between 15 and 18 years, were taken to hospital with minor head injuries and three others were treated at the scene.
- A similar brawl between up to 30 youths erupted in the centre in May this year, with two teenagers injured.
- The number of detainees at the centre swelled on the weekend after about 100 detainees arrived from Christmas Island.
AN investigation will be held into a brawl involving about 50 unaccompanied Afghan asylum-seeker boys at a Melbourne immigration detention centre.
Department of Immigration spokesman Sandi Logan said the boys were unaccompanied minors and were yesterday involved in “a number of separate scuffles in the dining room” of the Melbourne Immigration Transit Accommodation centre in Broadmeadows, in Melbourne’s west.
The brawl erupted after 98 unaccompanied minors were transferred from Australia’s Christmas Island detention centre to the Melbourne centre over the weekend.
Seven of the boys, aged about 15-18, were taken to hospital, most with cuts and bruises and one with a possibly fractured nose.
One boy remains in hospital, with the rest having been returned to the detention centre.
Mr Logan said furniture and windows in the dining room were also damaged during the brawl, which broke out before 8pm, but no staff were injured.
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“Victoria Police were called and assisted to restore order in about 30 minutes, with the individuals returned to their rooms,” Mr Logan said.
“The centre is now calm and has been since last night.”
A department spokesman said there were currently 136 people being held at the centre.
Mr Logan said detention services providers would investigate the incident and provide a full report.