This is what they have to go through just for being near Dar-al-Islam. Thank your lucky stars we're next to Mexico and Canada. The cradle of Western civilization is being overrun by Cesspoolstani barbarians. Fortunately, Italy
, while it has 2 million Mohammedan residents, does not grant citizenship to Mohammedans, so it only has about 10,000 Mohammedan citizens, obviously, mostly convicts. They also don't recognize Islam as a religion, probably because it isn't one, having no thelogy and not a single moral teaching. So they, being intelligent, boot the invaders out.
300 invaders, mostly Tunisian, torched the Centre for Identification and Expulsion, apparently because they were upset that the Centre for Identification and Expulsion was going to expell some of them. It's like blowing up a grocery store for selling you food.
landed on Lampedusa. Go to the BBC links and watch the video, which I can't embed in here. See for yourself what kind of barbarians these people are. As if torching the country which is hosting you is making the case for immigration. Call the waaaaambulance.
So now, even though they should throw them in the ocean for daring to invade their country, Italy kindly ships these jihadi invaders back on their own dollar and at their own risk. And Malta is blocking them from doing this. From ANSAmed
IMMIGRATION: MALTA BLOCKS ITALIAN NAVY SHIP (ANSAmed) - VALLETTA, MARCH 16 - The Maltese government has not authorised the Italian navy ship 'Minerva' to enter the port of Valletta to offload the 76 migrants (including 13 women) to whom it came to the rescue as they drifted in a rubber dinghy 40 miles south of Lampedusa in Maltese waters. The ship's commander invoked the laws which guarantee docking at the nearest secure port for sea-rescue operations, whilst also considering the overcrowding of the identification and deportation centre (CIE) in Lampedusa. The Italian ambassador has begun to work on the issue. At this time the ship is just off the Maltese coast, waiting for the diplomatic impasse to be resolved. This evening the Maltese parliament is expected to discuss the immigration emergency, following the visit last Friday of the EU Commissioner for Justice and Civil Liberty, Jacques Barrot.(ANSAmed). 2009-03-16 15:29
I would boycott Malta if they ever produced anything, but they don't.