BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Migration is the "Trojan wooden horse" of terrorism and the current lull in the migrant flow is only temporary, Hungary's prime minister said Tuesday
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, an early supporter of U.S. President Donald Trump, has ordered the reinforcement of fences on Hungary's southern borders to keep out migrants. Orban says the migrants, many of whom are Muslims, are a threat to Europe's Christian identity and culture.
Orban said the migration issue would remain as long as its causes in the countries of origin were not dealt with and its potential risks were not recognized.
"Migration is the Trojan wooden horse of terrorism," Orban said at a swearing-in ceremony for a new group of border guards, called "border hunters" by the government. "The people that come to us don't want to live according to our culture and customs but according to their own — at European standards of living."
Tuesday, March 7, 2017
Hungary's leader calls Muslim migration 'Trojan horse' of terrorism
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