Irish prime min­is­ter asks coun­try not to con­nect crime with mass migra­tion in wake of riots

Ire­land’s Prime Min­is­ter Leo Varad­kar is demand­ing Irish cit­i­zens not con­flate ris­ing crime with the surge of mass migra­tion flood­ing their nation in the wake of riots stem­ming from the bru­tal school stab­bing car­ried out by a migrant.
“I real­ly would ask peo­ple to try and avoid con­nect­ing crime with migra­tion,” Varad­kar said in response to Thurs­day’s Par­nell Square school stab­bing that left at least five peo­ple injured.
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“It’s not right. Yes, of course, peo­ple who are migrants might com­mit crimes, just as peo­ple who aren’t com­mit crimes.”

NOW — Irish Taoiseach Leo Varad­kar on the Par­nell Square school stabbing:“I real­ly would ask peo­ple to try and avoid con­nect­ing crime with migra­tion. It’s not right.“He added that “a few” migrants will com­mit “ter­ri­ble crimes,” just as some Irish peo­ple com­mit crimes. pic.twitter.com/AdVFgR11Wy
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Ire­land is a nation receiv­ing hun­dreds of thou­sands of migrants and some will com­mit crimes, but Irish peo­ple also com­mit crimes, includ­ing mur­ders, accord­ing to Varad­kar.
“When I see what hap­pened in Par­nell Square, what I see is a sus­pect, who is a migrant, although a cit­i­zen and some­body here for over 20 years,” he said. “I see a 5‑year-old chi …