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Canadian Elementary Students Bullied By Syrian Refugees..Newspapers Cover It p

The Chronicle Herald in Nova Scotia Canada published a story about how Syrian refugees are terrorizing the schools that they attend.  But just a day later the story was pulled.  In it’s place was this note:



“Bullying is a sensitive subject. So is the integration of newcomers, particularly those who have faced challenges, even trauma, on their way here.”

Someone with a lot of power must have made the paper an offer they couldn’t refuse.  Remember, these are the same Syrian refugees Obama is dumping all over the United States.  The same Syrian refugees Hillary wants to bring to the United States at 65,000 a year, five and a half times more than Obama does.  In Canadian high schools older Syrian refugees, ages 20 and 22 are signing up for classes and intimidating young fourteen year old girls for sex, while bullying teachers and students alike.

From The Daily Caller:

In one particularly disturbing anecdote from the story (a cached version of which can still be found online), a woman tells how two refugee students her daughter have repeatedly used a chain to try and choke her third-grade daughter. One of the attackers reportedly yelled “Muslims rule the world!” while choking the girl. According to the mother, school staff broke up the assault but didn’t punish either of the attackers.

Another mother told how her daughter was slapped in the face by a refugee student, and is scared to return to school because of the bullying from her foreign classmates. The mother claimed the school never told her about her daughter’s assault and refuses to return her phone calls.

The story also claimed that the school cancelled all soccer games after rough play from the refugee children, who reportedly threatened to slit their opponents’ throats. The school confirmed to The Herald that all soccer games had been cancelled until May, but denied that the cancellations were related to violent behavior from students.

According to The Herald, more than 250 refugees have been enrolled in the region’s schools, and another 71 are expected to join after being settled in permanent housing.




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