REFUGEE Murders Swedish Asylum Worker At Children’s Center In ‘Frenzied Attack’

REFUGEE Murders Swedish Asylum Worker At Children’s Center In ‘Frenzied Attack’

European authorities have been growing increasingly concerned by the rising number of sex attacks by gangs of migrants which appear to be spreading across Europe.

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You won’t hear about this in the United States because the Obama Administration and the media are covering up that migrant rapes are quickly spreading across Europe. 

Women are told not to go out alone at night after numerous assaults have been reported in Sweden, Finland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland amid warnings that refugee gangs are coordinating attacks. 

Americans should be concerned, Obama has scheduled 100,000 refugees to be placed in THESE 180 American cities.

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Daily Mail reported that Alexandra Mezher, 22, was attacked today at around 8am at a center for unaccompanied migrant children aged between 14 and 17 in Molndal, on Sweden’s west coast.

She was taken to Sahlgrenska Hospital where she later died of her injuries.

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Sources say the 15-year-old boy was held down by other employees at the centre until police arrived.

Officers discovered a knife at the scene and cordoned off the area as they launched a murder investigation.

Miss Mezher, whose family are originally from Lebanon, had only worked at the accommodation for unaccompanied refugee children for a few months.

Her cousin described Miss Mezher as ‘an angel’ and told Swedish media: ‘It is so terrible. She was a person who wanted to do good, who wanted to be good.

‘And then he murdered her when she was doing her job. We have cried a lot. She was such a nice person, warm and happy.’

She added: ‘It is the Swedish politicians’ fault that she is dead.’

The stabbing comes on the same day as police in Sweden demanded more resources to stem rising violence linked to the migrant crisis.

Police spokesman Thomas Fuxborg said the assailant was a young man who was living at the centre, and confirmed the young man has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

He did not give details about the suspect’s nationality but added the motive was not immediately clear.

Mr Fuxborg said: ‘These kinds of calls are becoming more and more common.

‘We’re dealing with more incidents like these since the arrival of so many more refugees from abroad.’

Tensions are rising in Sweden and the country is struggling to cope with a record influx of migrants and asylum seekers.

Prime Minister Stefan Lofven was due visit the area where the young woman was stabbed later today. It is not yet clear if the visit will still go ahead.

The attack also came as National Police Commissioner Dan Eliasson requested 4,100 additional officers and support staff to help fight against terrorism, carry out migrant deportations and police asylum facilities.

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Miss Mezher, whose family are originally from Lebanon, had only worked at the accommodation for unaccompanied refugee children for a few months

He said: ‘We are forced to respond to many disturbances in asylum reception centres. In some places, this takes significant police resources.

‘This was not the case six months ago and it means that we won’t be able to respond as effectively in other areas.’

According to the Swedish Migration Agency, the number of threats and violent incidents at asylum facilities more than doubled between 2014 and 2015.

In 2014, there were 148 incidents but in 2015 that number jumped to 322.

Meanwhile arson attacks targeting asylum shelters have also surged, with at least two dozen centres reduced to ashes or damaged by fire last year.

Also weighing on police resources are border controls introduced on January 4 and a higher national terrorist threat level after the Paris attacks in November.

Read the full story at Daily Mail.


 

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