Infantile reasoning borderline the absurd. Another fantasist occupying a political seat. Thangam Debbonaire implies that courses on how to treat women will cure 1,400 years of Islamic misogyny. She believes Muslim men will abandon Islamic rights and subjugate to infidel laws and their haram habits. How soon they will discover it to be a waste of time and money.
How exactly will she convince Muslims to listen to the suggestions handed to them by a ‘dirty infidel’ to begin with? A Muslim is not supposed to abide by kafir rules or laws anyways. Their purpose to migrate to multiply and grow Islam on the back and purse of their host. Only the laws laid out in the Koran count. And if the laws in the Koran says it’s perfectly fine to rape, enslave and attack women – in particular infidel women – how does the MP assume these refugees will pay any heed to her courses?
Why can’t people grasp the fact that it is a dead-end street trying to bring Muslims into the West. It always ends in a disaster. It’s not possible to transform them through any means. Safety from their attacks and terror is only achieved by blocking them entry into the country. The French recently stated they had “done a lot” and bent backwards to educate, finance, support, and supplicate to their Muslim migrants for decades yet nothing is helping to make the Muslims less criminal, less violent, less rape addicted or less terror-prone. The only changes taking place is that France is becoming less and less safe.
You can’t provide intervention to an addict who don’t want to change and think he is already following the perfect program…
Male refugees coming to Britain need to be properly taught how to treat women to prevent assault and sexual harassment, according to a senior Labour MP
- Thangam Debbonaire made the comments and insisted on formal training
- She is the chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees
- The Bristol West MP launched a cross-party integration inquiry last week
- Aimed at addressing fears of attacks similar to Cologne’s at New Year’s
Male refugees coming to Britain need to be properly taught how to treat women to prevent assault and sexual harassment, according to a senior Labour MP.
Thangam Debbonaire, chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Refugees, said that by providing formal training, the UK could tackle issues like female genital mutilation and sexual harassment against women.
The comments came as Miss Debbonaire launched a cross-party inquiry last week to focus on the experiences of new refugees once they have arrived in the UK and called for a ‘refugee integration strategy’ so that men claiming refuge in Britain ‘understand what is expected of them’.
She said that it would help men whose claims were accepted to become part of the communities that they were settled in.
The approach is intended to address fears in the UK of sexual attacks similar to those carried out against women in Germany on New Year’s Eve last year.
Miss Debbonaire told the Daily Telegraph: ‘What I don’t want is for the British people to respond to a case of assault or sexual harassment by saying “no” to more refugees, which seemed to be what the public’s response to Germany was in danger of becoming.
‘We need to think about how we have those men understand what is expected of them without pretending we ourselves are perfect.
‘It would need to be sensitively worked out and could be part of a nationwide campaign to help men and boys in general to look at gender equality in a different way.
‘I’m not saying there’s a little ticket you can give incoming men. It shouldn’t surprise us if those from cultures, where gender inequality is an extreme struggle, do not understand social norms and expectations when they get here.
‘All men need this education, our indigenous population is not a haven of gender equality and you could have a situation where boys who have settled, just arrived, or been born here, would all get the same information on how they should interact with women.’
The Most Reverend Justin Welby launched a new scheme for community groups to support refugees at Lambeth Palace alongside Amber Rudd, who used her first public appearance as Home Secretary to back the move.
It comes after the Archbishop of Canterbury claimed that refugees were ‘treasured human beings made in the image of God’ who deserve the ‘opportunity to flourish’.
The Most Reverend Justin Welby launched the new scheme for community groups to support refugees at Lambeth Palace alongside Amber Rudd, who used her first public appearance as Home Secretary to back the move.
Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop’s London residence, has officially become the first community group to take advantage of the scheme with a Syrian family now living in a cottage on the grounds.
Most Reverend Welby said: ‘Refugees, like all people, are treasured human beings, made in the image of God, who deserve safety, freedom and the opportunity to flourish.’
Miss Rudd dismissed fears about the security consequences of taking in the refugees, saying everyone being resettled in Britain was double-vetted by the United Nations and the Home Office.
Britain is to take in 3,000 vulnerable child refugees and their carers in one of the biggest resettlement programmes worldwide from the war-torn Syria region.
They will be resettled in the UK over the next four years and come on top of the 20,000 refugees that the Government has already committed to granting asylum.