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Friday, 3 February 2017
“They treat us like animals,” whine illegal alien Muslim invaders squatting in Greece
At least three Muslim freeloaders and potential jihadists have died in a week in the overcrowded Moria refugee camp on the island of Lesbos. Only three?
al-JazeeraThe dead man is believed to be about 20 years old and from Pakistan and follows those of a 22-year-old Egyptian and a 46-year-old Syrian who shared a tent and died days apart. (Since when are Pakistan and Egypt considered war-torn countries?)
At least 3,000 Muslim invaders posing as refugees are living in Moria, a hilltop former military base where they claim the living conditions are not acceptable as they await, for months, word on their future.
The United Nations refugee agency and other international organisations have urged Greece to improve conditions at its overcrowded facilities.
Hey, here’s an idea. How about sending them to Saudi Arabia where they have luxury air-conditioned tents that can house more than 3,000,000 people at time…but are all sitting empty.
“Something has got to give. We cannot tolerate this wanton loss of life,” said International Rescue Committee Greece director Panos Navrozidis, acknowledging that conditions in Moria did not meet humanitarian standards. (see above).
Across Greece, more than 60,000 Muslim invaders – most from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan – have been stranded since last March, in formal or makeshift camps, which US-based group Human Rights Watch has described as “deplorable and volatile.”
Yes, it’s especially deplorable that there are not enough outlets for recharging their fancy smart phones.
Earlier this month, Germany announced its intent to start deporting newly arrived asylum seekers back to Greece, despite a five-year suspension of such returns due to the poor conditions in Greek camps.
The European Union has agreed to distribute 160,000 refugees among its member states, but only 19 refugees have been relocated.