YLE: “Societal problems are not solved by deporting one or two people that have come here as children. The roots of the problem lie elsewhere. These people should instead be rehabilitated and helped,” says Aden.”
The mere fact that “integrated” immigrants like, Said Aden, dare to even demand such a thing, shows the actual “zero” gratitude that exists in the immigrant community, for Finland’s generosity in opening up its society to refugees and immigrants in general.
YLE: The Supreme Administrative Court has upheld a decision to deport Somali youths who were earlier found guilty of committing a series of crimes in Finland.
The court also considered deporting a third Somali youth for similar offences. However, the court found his deportation would be inappropriate as he came to Finland at the age of ten and has lived here for sixteen years.
All of the men had been found guilty of a series of crimes as and had received terms of imprisonment or fines. They had appealed a decision first made in 2005 for their expulsion.