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CoE Local Authorities President Knape to EF: To prevent Terrorism Cities must skip Ghettos+Integrate

Written by ACM
Wednesday, 18 October 2017

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*Strasbourg/CoE/Angelo Marcopolo/- Experienced, Long-Time President of CoE's Chamber for Local Authorities, Anders Knape from Sweden, speaking to "Eurofora", stressed that Cities' contribution on the Prevention of Deadly Islamist Terrorism, can be important :


- "Eurofora" had pointed at the concrete examples of European Cities including London, Paris, Berlin and Brussels, etc., where ISIS' Deadly Terrorists had cowardly Targetted mainly innocent Civilian People, and asked President Knape what did he think that Cities could do to help Pevent that.


Knape agreed with those who urge to Avoid Ghettos to be formed inside European Cities, also for that purpose.


In fact, the most important starts with Education, he observed. Inter alia, Mass Migrants' Children should not be all concentrated, f.ex. in 1 School, but rather, shared among many Schools.


But, it's also Work, that is important too, he added. F.ex., when you have Education and Work, you can Move around, instead of staying always in a Ghetto, he pointed out.


However, the fact that at least several among those Deadly ISIS Terrorists came from a 2nd Generation of Migrants shows that Integration had Failed somewhere, he critically noted.


Ths doesn't mean that we should Close Mosques, outlaw Preachers, etc, but, when there are sufficient Facts showing that some spread Deadly Hate Speech in certain Hot Areas, then, action should be taken, he carefuly advised.


Ghettor, however, do not emerge, normally, because of some Cities' Policies, but we must act efficiently in order to face and prevent or change them, mainlu by adequate Integration of the concerned population.


At any case, this is a serious and Difficult Problem, Today, that we must Study, Analyse, and Find adequate ways to tackle, he concluded, in substance.

 

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