This video says about itself:
16 June 2014
Middle East correspondent Sherine Tadros reports from a newly-built refugee camp in the northern area of Dohuk.
Translated from daily De Morgen in Belgium:
Swimming incident in Koksijde: “An error of judgment”
No swimming ban for asylum seekers in Koksijde
The asylum seeker who was suspected of sexually assaulting a girl in the swimming pool of Koksijde is probably innocent. According to the public prosecutor of Furnes, the Iraqi man in this twenties this Saturday afternoon already was released after questioning. The aldermen in Koksijde have decided that there will be no swimming ban for asylum seekers.
That the young man was not brought before the investigating judge shows hat the prosecutor does not think this is a case of serious crime, such as an assault.
According to sources close to the dossier everything points to “an error in judgment.” The 22-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker, according to witnesses was trying to save a girl who panicked in the whitewater of the pool complex. The supervisor then called the police, after which the refugee was taken in for questioning. The 10-year-old girl (and her parents) have not complained. …
After the incident the mayor of Koksijde, Marc Vanden Bussche (Open VLD) [right wing pro Big Business party], decided to introduce a ban for asylum seekers in the pool. That was immediately criticized strongly.
If one Roman Catholic clergyman abuses a child sexually, then, correctly, no one talks about banning swimming for all clergy, or for all male Roman Catholics. For refugees from the bloody Iraq war, the same should apply.
See also here about the Koksijde swimming pol.