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Setting fires to escape "refugee" detention centers...

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Submitted by J.S. (Canada), Mar 29, 2009 at 15:36

I recall reading (from The Lancet, and the CMA journals) about how Muslims, as detainees, held in detention centers in Australia would set fires. "Refugees have protested by setting fire to their accommodations...", and, on at least one occasion, the detainees were able to escape confinement by setting fires. This may be circumstantial evidence, but there were (apparently) arsonists amongst the detainees. Were these individuals ever apprehended?

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