Saturday, November 28, 2015

Islamic invasion of Europe update (November 28, 2015)

Muslim invaders hurl stones at Macedonian policemen during clashes at the Greek-Macedonian
border, near the northern Greek village of Idomeni, on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015.
This is NOT how you pretend you are a refugee and ask for asylum
Macedonian police have charged into Greek territory after an estimated 250 or more asylum-seekers began pelting the police with rocks.

Police were chasing the migrants with stun grenades.
Tension has flared on the Greek side of the Greece-Macedonia border as a migrant suffered severe burns when he touched a high-voltage cable.

The man, one of those whose entry into Macedonia has been forbidden, climbed on top of a stationary train carriage and touched a power cable overhead. He was taken away in a Red Cross ambulance.

His fellow migrants are shouting slogans, and some are chanting "God is Great" in Arabic.

A government spokesman says Macedonia has started to erect a fence on its southern border with neighboring Greece in order to prevent illegal crossings and to channel the flow of migrants through the official checkpoint.

Aleksandar Gjorgjiev told The Associated Press that Macedonia has begun "all technical operations for channeling the migrant flow to official checkpoints in order to ensure humane treatment and to register the migrants."

Gjorgjiev said "the border will remain open and all migrants from the war-affected zones will be allowed to enter."

He added that "the dynamic and the structure of the migrants flow has been determined in accordance with EU demands and (those of) the countries of the Balkan route."
Macedonia's interior ministry says 18 police officers were injured in a clash with a group of stranded migrants on the country's southern border with Greece.

The ministry says two of the officers have been hospitalized in the border town of Gevgelija.

The clashes erupted after a 24-year-old Moroccan migrant suffered severe burns when he touched a high-voltage cable on the Greek side of the border.

The migrants, already angry about the fact that Macedonia has started to erect a fence on the border, started throwing stones at police officers who were cordoning off the official checkpoint. Some police vehicles were also damaged, the ministry says.

French PM Valls calls on Gulf Arab states to accept more refugees
Évry (France) (AFP) - French Prime Minister Manuel Valls has called on the Gulf states to accept more refugees fleeing Syria, saying that a "humanitarian disaster" could erupt in the Balkans if Europe does not control its borders.

"I'll say it again, Europe cannot accept all the refugees coming from Syria. That's why we need a diplomatic, military and political solution in Syria," Valls said Friday evening.

"Every country must play its part; I'm thinking particularly of the Gulf states," the prime minister said during a discussion with residents of Evry on the outskirts of Paris, focusing on the response to the attacks which rocked the capital two weeks ago.

Most of the roughly four million Syrian refugees who have fled their country since civil war broke out have travelled to neighbouring Libya, Jordan or Turkey.

But Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE and other Gulf states have remained closed to them, while Europe struggles to adopt a common policy towards the hundreds of thousands of refugees who are arriving at its borders.

Unless the borders of the EU are properly controlled "we are going to see a humanitarian disaster in the Balkans this winter and Europe is going to close up again," Valls warned.