Well, this doesn’t sound suspicious at all.
There’s 300 migrants seeking asylum on a Bibby Stockholm barge in England.
The threat of being deported looms and suddenly people decide to convert.
Sounds like a normal Sunday at church to me, doesn’t it?
This comes out on after it was reported earlier this week that the acid attack suspect, Abdul Shokoor Ezedi, was supposedly an ex-Muslim that had converted to Christianity.
The Telegraph reports:
Forty asylum seekers on the Bibby Stockholm barge are converting to Christianity amid growing fears that migrants are claiming to have changed their religion in order to stay in the country.
Nearly one in seven of the 300 migrants on the barge in Portland, Dorset, are attending churches under the supervision of local faith leaders, according to a church elder.
The disclosure comes amid a growing row over the role of UK churches in supporting the conversion to Christianity of migrants including Abdul Shokoor Ezedi, the suspected Clapham chemical attacker.
Ezedi was granted asylum on that basis, despite having been convicted of two sex offences three years earlier.
On Monday, James Cleverly, the Home Secretary, is expected to receive an initial report setting out the full facts of the case as government sources questioned whether it was “really possible to credibly substantiate the validity of a religious conversion”.
Mr Cleverly is expected to consider whether any legal changes are needed to ensure tighter scrutiny of asylum seekers’ conversion claims and to enable the automatic deportation of convicted foreign criminals such as Ezedi, who received a two-year suspended sentence for sexual assault and exposure before being granted leave to remain in the UK.
The number of asylum seekers claiming to have converted is not published by the Home Office, but on Sunday David Rees, a church elder and education consultant, told the BBC’s Sunday programme that 40 asylum seekers on the Bibby Stockholm had converted or were in the process of becoming Christians.
“Local faith leaders have visited the barge and work with the council and the barge management in looking after these guys,” he said, adding that the migrants had either converted in their home countries or on Christian Alpha or other courses in the UK.
The Alpha course, which introduces worshippers to the faith, was taken by Emad Al Swealmeen, the Liverpool bomber. The Iraqi asylum seeker blew himself up outside a maternity hospital in 2021, four years after his confirmation at the city’s cathedral.
Afghan migrant enters UK illegally in 2016
Applies for asylum twice
Doesn't get it
Is not removed from the UK
THEN commits sexual assault & exposure
Gets suspended sentence
THEN granted asylum
Because he "is now a Christian"
THEN attacks two children + mother with acid
— Matt Goodwin (@GoodwinMJ) February 2, 2024
This is getting beyond insane.
What excuse will they come up with next?
How much more obvious does it need to become that those that rule over us hate us?
And are constantly trying to replace us?
'I've got good news for these "born again" Christians …Rwanda is a 96% Christian country, so they're waiting for you with open arms! Go there and resettle in a safe Christian country.'@LeeAndersonMP_ sends a message to the migrants that are converting to Christianity. pic.twitter.com/8QVwzFbV1Q
— GB News (@GBNEWS) February 5, 2024
Who have thought after all the trouble of getting migrants onto the biddy Stockholm it would now be the home of scam christians rushing to get a bed on the barge. pic.twitter.com/khgixDzlFS
— Paul Jackson (@jackopj16) February 5, 2024
In case you missed it, here’s an eyewitness of the upstanding Christian beating a child during his acid attack rampage:
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A massive manhunt after the Clapham attack “targeted” attack .- Police name suspect Abdul Shokoor Ezedi after mother and girl suffer potentially life-changing injuries pic.twitter.com/wJjukW8WG8
— April Color (@ColorApril) February 1, 2024
And for those of you worried he’d be kicked out of England, fear not. This musli- I mean, Christian man, still has asylum.
“We’re talking about a man convicted of sexual offenses and STILL granted asylum. This is an incredible error.”
Hassan Akkad is a filmmaker and asylum activist tells #Newsnight that it doesn’t make sense that Abdul Shokoor Ezedi was allowed to stay in the UK. pic.twitter.com/vEJly7xRjG
— BBC Newsnight (@BBCNewsnight) February 2, 2024
BREAKING: The man behind the acid attack is an illegal who was granted asylum by the UK after 3 attempts
Abdul Shokoor Ezedi (35) threw acid in the faces of 12 people last night in London, including a mother and her 2 children
Prior to the attack, he was a convicted sx… pic.twitter.com/pJmCUc6cgG
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) February 1, 2024