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Saudi teen who fled family leaves Thailand for asylum in Canada

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44 minutes ago, Essaybloke said:

Aussie politicians probably too busy ensuring they were covering their own butts before making any sort of commitment.  Or the US embassy just told them 'put this on the back burner'. 

Yep-the Yanks of the South Pacific' (as told to me by a Kiwi!) will have done what they were told! 😁

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Good news. Canada a much better bet for her than Oz, given latter's understandably strict immigration regulations. Not a bad effort by the RTP either after an initial wobble.

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21 minutes ago, Psimbo said:

Yep-the Yanks of the South Pacific' (as told to me by a Kiwi!) will have done what they were told! 😁

A kiwi from Bondi?

 

They are mostly here now.

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1 hour ago, flyswat said:

Probably preferred going to Canada to years waiting on Naru if she went to Australia seeking Asylum!

So how would you go about processing the hundreds of thousands of refugee/asylum seekers that try to enter Australia each year? Vetting out all of the murderers, rapists, thieves, child molesters etc, before they are cleared to be part of the mainstream, multi cultural society of Australia. 

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3 hours ago, eggers said:

Hang on, she, UNHCR & Thai Gov't were originally saying she wanted to go to Australia, now all of a sudden,"left the building".... going to Canada!! All seems a bit dodgy!! 

Australia is turning back tens of thousands of muslim Indonesians every year. Maybe they didn't want to give preferential treatment to a Saudi muslim? Just a thought.

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1 hour ago, Essaybloke said:

Aussie politicians probably too busy ensuring they were covering their own butts before making any sort of commitment.  Or the US embassy just told them 'put this on the back burner'. 

The US embassy had nothing to do with Australia’s poor decision. Why do you need to deflect is a better question?? So why ? 

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3 minutes ago, alex8912 said:

The US embassy had nothing to do with Australia’s poor decision. Why do you need to deflect is a better question?? So why ? 

Ha ha of course you're probably quite right! It was an allusion to Australia's fawning obsequiousness.

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1 hour ago, neeray said:

As a Canadian myself, I feel qualified to say, she will be quite safe here.

Canada has the where with all to handle a situation like this.

Let's hope so and let's see how right you are.

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