Mussie Zerai, pro-immigrant activist received by the ex-President of the Chamber, has a previous drug conviction. We read the reports of the sentence. Once contacted he refuses to answer and says: “I’m abroad”.
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When we talk about immigrants arriving in Italy (and the polemics relating) we come across the name of Mussie Zerai. Born in Asmara, Eritrea, in 1975, ‘father Mosè’ is the priest of migrants par excellence. Adored by Laura Boldrini, interviewed and celebrated by half of the world’s newspapers, even nominated for the 2015 Nobel Peace Prize. Continue reading The Priest Friend of Laura Boldrini Imprisoned for Drug Dealing→
Priest accused of facilitating illegal immigration
Don Mussie Zerai, an Eritrean priest who for years lives in Italy and become a reference point for thousands of migrants in distress who are facing the journey to Europe, is among those under investigation by the Trapani Prosecutor’s Office as part of the investigation for aiding and abetting illegal immigration. Continue reading Italy Police Investigating Father Mussie Zerai→
Senator Di Biagio, after your trip in Eritrea as a guest of honour at the celebrations of twenty-five years of liberation from Ethiopia, you’ve described your experience in a very positive tone and, referring to a long conversation with President Isaias, you’ve expressed your intention to follow-up what Deputy Minister Lapo Pistelli has begun in recent times, concerning mutual openness and cooperation between Italy and Eritrea, in particular a clarifying approach, in Italian field, that will lift the veil of misconceptions and misunderstandings that has been an obstacle between the diplomacies of the two countries for too long. Continue reading Interview with Italian Senator Aldo Di Biagio→
Artificial mass migration as imperial policy has a long history. To illustrate this, we will cite a few historical examples. According to Bulgarian historian A, Eminov, civil wars in the Balkans in the 13th and 14th centuries led to significant population decline, which greatly facilitated colonisation of the Balkans by the Ottoman Empire. The deportation of nomads and organised transportation of Muslim refugees by the Ottoman Empire played a significant role in the colonization of this region. Continue reading The Weaponization of the Refugee→