Eighty Muslim (welfare) asylum seekers will be questioned by police hunting a man over an alleged sexual assault on a female student at Macquarie University as concerns are raised over putting so many Muslim illegal aliens into student accommodations right next door to dorm buildings which house young women.
The Australian (h/t Aussie News & Views) Students were furious after the alleged early morning sexual assault on the student, 20, in the university’s accommodation village, which also has been housing asylum seekers in adjacent units when student demand dries up.
As Immigration Minister Brendan O’Connor went to ground and declined to comment on the issue, opposition immigration spokesman Scott Morrison accused Labor of dumping asylum seekers into communities without consultation after failing to stop the flow of boats.
Police said they were hunting an intruder who allegedly broke into the apartment – shared with four other females – about 3.20am yesterday, indecently assaulting the sleeping student and fleeing when she awoke, screaming. The man was described as being aged 20-25, with a thin build, dark skin and dark short curly hair.
The Red Cross, Macquarie University and accommodation operator Campus Living Villages yesterday attempted to hose down suggestions the perpetrator was an asylum seeker, insisting they had no evidence that was the case. (typical leftists trying to protect the criminal aliens)
But it emerged the village was a participant in the government’s taxpayer-funded, Red Cross-run program, housing asylum seekers for stays of up to six weeks under the bridging visa scheme. The victim’s townhouse is surrounded by units housing asylum seekers, with up to five people in each unit and about 900 residents in the village.
Students, including a friend of the victim, said they were afraid of the asylum seekers. “Why would the uni put a house full of girls next to asylum seekers?’ There are so many other places they could live,” the friend said. A first-year female student, who arrived this week from the US, said she felt intimidated.
The story was broken by 2GB’s Ray Hadley, who demanded answers from the government about why the university was doubling as “some sort of a quasi-detention centre”. Mr Morrison said it was clear the government could not cope with the continuing flow of asylum seekers. “The government has no idea where all these people are,” he said.