Kirjoittaja Aihe: 2009-04-01 Italia: Välimeren vaarat ja Lampedusan liikenne (yhdistetty)  (Luettu 481599 kertaa)

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Malta päästää Sea Eyen meritaksin maihin. Sen 64 matkustajaa jaetaan Saksan, Ranskan, Portugalin ja Luxemburgin kesken. Yksikään ei jää Maltaan.

Maltan pääministerin twiitti.


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Alan Kurdi on osuva nimi "pelastusalukselle". Alan Kurdi -niminen turvallisessa maassa Turkissa asunut poika hukkui, kun hänen isänsä toivoi parempipalkkaista työtä ja ilmaista hammashoitoa EU:ssa.

https://missingmigrants.iom.int/region/mediterranean
Libyan edustalla on tänä vuonna hukkunut arviolta 197 ihmistä, koska nämä "pelastusalukset" houkuttelevat ihmisiä hukkumaan. Jokainen tätä toimintaa tukeva on massamurhaaja.

Yllä olevan postauksen mukaan Ranska, Saksa, Portugal ja Luxemburg edelleen tukevat murhaamista ottamalla laivan kuljettamia laittomia siirtolaisia.

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Kotimaahan palaaminen ei tuntunut olevan vaihtoehtona kielteisen turvapaikkapäätöksen saaneilla shoppareilla:

Migrants flee Libyan ‘prison’ to Tunisia – POLITICO
https://www.politico.eu/article/migrants-flee-libya-war-for-tunisia/

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None of them initially planned on coming to Tunisia. Faced with the inhumane conditions at migrant camps in Libya and rising smugglers' fees, they temporarily abandoned plans of reaching Europe to pursue what they saw as their best chance for survival.

"The arrival numbers are on the rise, which is unusual at this time of the year,” says Mongi Slim, who runs the NGO Tunisia Red Crescent in Medenine, a town in southeastern Tunisia, not far from the Libyan border.
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For many of the new arrivals, crossing the border to Tunisia was the only way to escape an impossible situation in Libya.

According to international aid organizations, since the EU-Libya deal was put into place — which stipulates that Libyan authorities intercept migrant vessels in its territorial waters and bring migrants back to shore — migrants have become trapped in a cycle of violence and abuse in Libyan detention centers.
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Migrants are fleeing to Tunisia because they are “desperate” to get out of Libya, said Matteo De Bellis, a researcher at Amnesty International.

“Libya is a prison,” he said. “They feel safer here than they did in Libya, but at the same time they feel stuck.”
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The Red Crescent oversees three shelters in Medenine — one for migrants, one for asylum seekers and one for women and children — with the support of International Organization for Migration and the U.N. Refugee Agency.
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After arriving in Medenine, migrants have 60 days to decide whether they want to apply for asylum in Tunisia or opt for the "voluntary return" program run by the IOM.

If an asylum application is rejected, the options become: leave the shelter and stay in Tunisia illegally, or pay smugglers to get back to Libya and try to cross over into Europe again.
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For most, Tunisia is a detour, and they are not keen to stay. Opportunities are scarce in a country dealing with an unemployment rate of 15 percent, as well as crumbling public health care and education systems.
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“Most of them do not see themselves staying in Tunisia for a long time, they want to get a job to send money home, but they see no opportunities,” says Amnesty International's De Bellis.

And they’re not the only ones who feel the country is a dead end, he says. Locals, too, want out.

Until recently, Tunisia was a country of emigration, not immigration. The exodus of young Tunisians — known in Arabic as harqa, which translates as “burning” one’s papers — has intensified since the country’s 2011 revolution, as people leave in search of better economic opportunities.

According to the UNHCR, Tunisians were the most numerous nationality to reach Italy by sea between January and September last year, making up 21 percent of arrivals by sea.
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He understands the urge to risk your life to seek a better life in Europe, he says: "Life is already very expensive if you are by yourself. When you have a family, and your child gets sick, it's a real disaster. This is why people risk their lives to cross the sea.”
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"I am grateful that Tunisia is giving me shelter, but I want my son to get a good education, and it is impossible here. I don't know what to do," she says. She lodged an asylum application in Tunisia eight months ago, after she escaped a detention center in Libya with her newborn son, and is still waiting for a decision.

Senait, the 16-year-old Eritrean who fled Libya, has received refugee status. Some might consider her lucky. But she sees little opportunity for herself in Tunisia.

"There is no future for me here,” she said. “At school I don't understand anything. Nobody talks to me. I don't speak Arabic. And there are not enough jobs even for the Tunisians.”

I want to get an education, a secure life. I want to go to Europe or to America.”
En homona toivota tervetulleiksi Suomeen henkilöitä, jotka haluavat tappaa minut:
http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-33565055

Tanskan pakolaisapu: hallitsematon tulijatulva johtamassa armageddoniin ja yhteiskuntamme tuhoon:
http://jyllands-posten.dk/international/europa/ECE7963933/Sammenbrud-truer-flygtningesystem/

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Ja meidän pitäisi kohdella vainottuina, kidutettuina ja kuolemanvaarassa olevina pakolaisina Libyasta Tunisiaan tullutta porukkaa, josta Amnestyn De Bellis sanoo “he haluavat työtä, jotta voivat lähettää rahaa kotiin”.

Ja teksti jatkuu:  “eivätkä he ole ainoita, jotka pitävät Tunisiaa persläpenä. Paikalliset haluavat myös hittoon.” De Bellis ymmärtää riskinoton paremman elämän saavuttamiseksi Euroopassa.

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Vielä huomio Alan Kurdi -meritaksin tilanteeseen liittyen.

Malta päästi matkustajat maihin, mutta aluksen henkilökunta ei saanut lupaa rantautua. Tämän vuoksi aluksen seuraava ihmissalakuljetuskeikka peruttiin ja se on nyt matkalla Espanjaa kohti. Näyttää olevan tätä kirjoittaessani Algerian edustalla.

Malta teki tässä ilmeisesti ihan fiksusti. Jos olisivat sallineet laivan huollon yms., ne olisivat olleet heti hakemassa seuraavaa lastia ja sama tilanne toistuisi jälleen.

https://www.infomigrants.net/en/post/16332/alan-kurdi-migrants-disembark-in-malta-ngo-crew-blocked-from-landing (15.4.2019)

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Alan Kurdi: Migrants disembark in Malta, NGO crew blocked from landing

Sixty-two migrants stranded at sea for more than a week on the German rescue ship Alan Kurdi landed in Malta late Saturday after four European Union countries agreed to take them in. They will be redistributed among Germany, France, Portugal and Luxembourg.

The crew managing the Alan Kurdi meanwhile was denied entry. According to its captain Werner Czerwinski, the vessel is now headed towards Spain in search of a new harbor. Due to the blockage, the NGO has announced the cancellation of its next mission in the central Mediterranean Sea.

In a joint statement with other sea rescue organizations, Sea-Eye expressed relief over the fact that the migrants were finally allowed to land but emphasized its dismay over what the organization calls an another "shameful episode" and unnecessary prolongation of an emergency at sea by EU member states.

"Once more, the law of the sea, international law, and human rights law were brutally violated, as the people were not immediately disembarked at the nearest place of safety," they write on the case of Alan Kurdi.

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