He went back? What sort of “refugee” goes back?

As if you needed proof that these “refugees” are anything but, this unfortunate man lost his children and wife in the bloodless coup that is the invasion of Europe by Islamic forces.  

The father of a Syrian toddler whose body washed up on a Turkish beach, shocking the world, has returned to his hometown of Kobane in Syria to bury his family.

Abdullah Kurdi arrived at the Turkish border town of Suruc on Friday (local time) with the funeral caskets of his three-year-old son Aylan, other young son Ghalib, five, and wife Rehan who all drowned while trying to reach Europe across the Aegean Sea, an AFP photographer reported.

A car carrying the father and the caskets entered Kobane and returned to Turkey while a convoy of journalists and activists was stopped at the border.

The father had earlier flown from the site of the tragedy on Turkey’s Aegean coast to Istanbul and then to the southeastern Turkish city of Urfa.  

Speaking to the Dogan news agency at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, the father appeared to be still in shock.

“As a father who lost his children, I want nothing for myself from this world,” he said.

“All I want is that this tragedy in Syria immediately ends and peace again reigns.”

He was trying to illegally enter Greece. Jumping into an overcrowded little boat operated by people smugglers…who take no one without money…a refugee? …not likely.

He is a Muslim, who was in a Muslim country that wasn’t at war. Why would you head for Europe if not because of the economic benefits there for illegal immigrants.

While other Kurds were fighting for Kobane, this guy was running in the opposite direction. He’s no more a refugee than you or I are.

– 3News


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