Saturday, February 6, 2016

Drugs and Threats in Rosmalen Asylum Center

In the temporary asylum center in Rosmalen, death threats, fights, fire-risk activities and frequent use of drugs have been present for months.  Tens of asylum seekers use drugs.  The governmental central body responsible for receiving asylum seekers (COA) says it knows nothing of any widespread breaking of the rules.  One Syrian asylum seeker said that the security forces are no help, as they run away when fights break out in the evening or at night.


http://www.bd.nl/regio/den-bosch-e-o/s-hertogenbosch/drugs-en-bedreigingen-in-noodopvang-autotron-in-rosmalen-1.5690209

Friday, February 5, 2016

Police Escort for Ambulances Entering Asylum-Seeker Centers

Ambulances summoned to the asylum seeker center in Zaandam will be escorted by police.  This was decided after police and ambulance workers were attacked by asylum seekers.  They had come to the center because a man had hurt himself and some said he had intended to commit suicide.  The situation was so unsafe that the ambulance workers and police left the center without the wounded man.  He was later brought outside by residents of the center so that he could be taken for medical treatment.

http://nos.nl/artikel/2084170-politiebegeleiding-voor-ambulances-naar-azc-zaandam.html

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Homosexual Refugees Live in Life-Threatening Conditions in Asylum Centers


Janneke van Maanen is the interim chairperson of the LGBT advocacy organization (COC) in the Dutch province of Gelderland.  She says that homosexuals and transgenders live under life-threatening conditions in asylum centers.  Safe houses are urgently needed.  She reported that barbarian attacks occur in these centers of a kind previously unheard of in the Netherlands.  Excrement is put in people’s beds, clothes are burnt, people are beaten up and razor blades are used to cut others.  The COC report twenty complaints of harassment and threats nationwide.


Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Feyenoord soccer club to increase security following death threats

The Rotterdam first league soccer club Feyenoord will increase security in the stadium and on its training grounds in view of the death threats received by two of its players.  They may also step up security at these players’ homes.  The threats came following the club’s poor performance in recent weeks.


http://www.telegraaf.nl/telesport/voetbal/feyenoord/25118973/__Beveiliging_Feyenoord-spelers__.html#voetbal/227/fixtures/

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Police called in to Asylum Seeker Centers 4500 Times in 2015

The Dutch police has published a report showing that in 2015 they were called in approximately four and a half thousand times to handle problems in asylum seeker centers.  They were called in on 403 occasions in the Ter Apel center, and were summoned to Dronten 201 times. Police stated that as far as incidents per inhabitant are concerned, larger centers are in the same order of magnitude as smaller centers.



Monday, February 1, 2016

Firebomb Wounds Steward At Soccer Training Session

During a training session at the top soccer league club Cambuur in Leeuwarden, a supporter threw a fire-bomb into the field.  A female steward who tried to remove the projectile sustained an injury to her ankle and had to be operated.

http://nos.nl/artikel/2083811-steward-cambuur-gewond-door-vuurwerkbom-verdachte-meldt-zich.html

Sunday, January 31, 2016

Dutch Jihadist Kills Seven in Yemen Suicide Bombing

The Dutch Jihadist Abu Hanifa al-Hulandi blew himself up near the home of the President of Yemen, Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi in Aden.  At least seven people were killed.  Most of the victims were civilians.  ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack and released the suicide bomber’s name.


http://www.nltimes.nl/2016/01/29/report-dutch-jihadist-behind-yemen-suicide-bombing/