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難民受け入れ拒否しても起きた

2016年12月24日 14時18分27秒 | Weblog



Amri — a fugitive in his native Tunisia for a van hijacking — arrived in Italy by boat in April 2011. He was dangerously radicalized while serving time in Sicily for arson and assault. His family noted that the boy they knew — who once drank alcohol and never went to mosque — suddenly got religion.

He began to pray, asking his family to send him religious books. The Italian Bureau of Prisons submitted a report to a government anti-terrorism commission on Amri’s rapid radicalization, warning that he was embracing dangerous ideas of Islamist extremism and had threatened Christian inmates, according to an Italian government official with knowledge of the situation. The dossier was first reported by ANSA, the state-run Italian news service.

The Tunisians, however, would not take Amri back. So the Italians simply released him in 2014.

He made his way to Germany a year later and would apply for asylum. Rejected, the Germans could not deport him either because he had no passport and the Tunisians refused his repatriation for months.

The Germans had linked him to a German-based recruiter for the Islamic State, and Amri was the subject of a terrorism probe. He once tried to buy a gun on the Internet. Officials intercepted a communication between Amri and hate preachers that in retrospect appeared to foreshadow his assault.

In Germany, the case was already having serious repercussions. Earlier this week, the German government passed a draft law — albeit one in the works before Monday’s attack — that would allow improved video surveillance in public spaces, such as train stations and shopping centers. Interior Minister Thomas de Maizière is also seeking to accelerate approval of an existing plan that would make it possible to detain rejected asylum seekers who constitute a “danger to public safety.”
The Germans are especially seeking to deport North Africans with rejected asylum claims and whose countries of origin have refused to take them back. Many of those nations — especially Tunisia — are themselves facing a serious radicalization problem, with thousands of their nationals rushing to join the Islamic State.



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アムリは母国のチュニジアでカージャックの罪で有罪判決をうけ、イタリアでも、シシリア島の移民センターでの放火および暴行で2011年から2015年まで収監されていた。家族の話によると、酒飲みでモスクにも行かなかったのが、監獄で改心して宗教にのめり込んだらしい。

イタリアは、チュニジアにアムリを送還しようとして、チュニジアに拒否され、収監から釈放後の7日以内にイタリアからの国外退去を命じた。ドイツもテロ要員と認識してチュニジアに送還しようとしたがチュニジアが拒否。チュニジアの実家には毎週末電話をかけていたという。






ちなみにAのドイツ滞在のステータスは「容認」だ。「容認」とは、難民申請が却下され、本来ならドイツに滞在する資格はないが、何らかの理由で母国への強制送還が見送られている状態を指す。今、ドイツには、「容認」というステータスを持つ外国人が16万人いるという。




ある意味、難民受け入れ拒否しても起きた事件なわけだね。

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