According to research of the ARD Berlin Studios federal and state governments are planning the introduction of Acceleration Act that forced temporary rentals will enable vacant properties to provide accommodation for refugees and asylum seekers.
As is apparent from a position paper of the federal-state working group that reports from the ARD studio, the law is primarily aimed at unused commercial properties. It is not excluded that even condos and homes covered by the proposed law.
About 100,000 migrants entered Germany in August alone. The country is said to expect a total of 800,000 in 2015.
Hat tip: Brian.
As I understand it, the "hijrah" is where Muslims relocate to a country with the goal of ultimately converting that country to Islam using whatever means are required.
ISIS has already said it is sending people to Europe for jihad missions ... so, Germany is basically aiding and abetting ISIS in its mission to take over Europe. I pity the poor European Socialists. Even the five richest countries in the Middle East are refusing to accept these refugees. They are not willing to put their kingdoms at risk of being infiltrated by terrorists on a jihad mission.
Isn't this basically the same as Obama's guidelines to make neighborhoods
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