Making Sense Of PM Cameron’s Anti-Terror Measures

02 Sep

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These is a sense in the proposal by UK Prime Minister David Cameron on barring people who hold dual citizenship of UK and some hot-bed Middle East countries from travelling to and/or returning to UK if they travel to their ‘second home’ and suspected of being radicalised.

His fear his real. Protecting his country should be paramount.

Many have travelled to Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, etc. and have become terrorists. The man that beheaded the American journalist, James Foley, has a clear British accent. There are thousands of others from United States and Europe fighting for the dreaded Islamic State (ISIS), Al-Shabaab, Al-Queda, and other.

Western countries have always opened their borders to these people. Many have used the opportunity to import terror after travelling ‘home’.

Western countries should do all in their power to protect their ‘original’ citizens. Many are allowed as refuges and for humanitarian reasons. And many have used the opportunity to bite the fingers that feed them.

You cannot be my tenant and constitute danger to me in my house.

Enough is enough.

Femi Olabisi Twits @Femiolas

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Posted by on Sep 2, 2014 in Opinion


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