Muslim migrant who murdered 13-year-old girl came to Canada sponsored by a church group

The murder of this little girl is more of the poison fruit of the left’s immigration policies, which leftists indefatigably push on us in the name of “compassion” for the “refugees.” Well, where is the compassion for Marrisa Shen? The members of St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church no doubt thought they were doing a wonderful good deed by bringing Ibrahim Ali to Canada. What do they think now? Will they reconsider their support for open borders, or dig in and defensively downplay this heinous crime? My money is on the latter. We seldom, if ever, see leftists waking up and renouncing the madness of their cult.

Vancouver church and members of Bowen Island behind joint private sponsorship of Ibrahim Ali,” by Denise Ryan, Vancouver Sun, September 12, 2018 (thanks to Mark):

Accused killer Ibrahim Ali lived with his family in the shadow of the leafy Burnaby park where the body of young Marrisa Shen was found in July, 2017 — close enough that family members might have passed by the small memorial that reminded the public her killer was still at large.

At the building, where the family rents two apartments, a man answered the door to Postmedia News on Wednesday.

The man confirmed that he was a relative of Ibrahim Ali, the Syrian refugee charged in Shen’s murder, and said “I’m sorry, I’m sorry,” before closing the door.

Ibrahim Ali came to Canada in March of 2017 through a joint-sponsorship between a group of Bowen Island families and the St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church.

According to reports in the Bowen Island Undercurrent, Ali arrived with two brothers, one of whom had a spouse and three young children. They joined a fourth brother who came to Canada as a government sponsored refugee four years ago. The family was united and now live in Burnaby.

A member of the Bowen Island sponsorship group that came together to raise thousands of dollars and donate clothing and furniture for the family declined to speak to Postmedia on Wednesday, citing instructions of a lawyer….

Bowen Island resident and SFU professor of criminology Neil Boyd (who was not part of the sponsorship group) said it’s important to remember that at this point, Ali is only alleged to have committed the crime, and that it would be wrong to jump to conclusions about the refugee sponsorship system that brought Ali to Canada.

“It would be inappropriate to say this was a failure in the system. Some people who wanted to do good raised some money to see him reunited with his family.”

Boyd said, “We can’t predict with unfailing accuracy who will or will not commit crime, all we can say about immigration is that people who come to Canada as immigrants have lower crime rates than native-born Canadians.”…

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