Saturday, July 23, 2016

Hundreds of Muslim migrants marching to Hungary border in protest

BELGRADE, Serbia (AP) — Hundreds of migrants and asylum seekers set off on foot Friday toward Serbia's border with Hungary to protest its decision to keep its border closed for most people trying to reach the European Union.

Migrants held cardboard placards saying "Hungary Open Borders" or "No Borders, No Fence" as they marched Friday in a long column along a road leading north from Belgrade toward the Hungarian border 200 kilometers (120 miles) away.

Several police cars drove slowly by the marchers, who were carrying bags and blankets. Most migrants appeared to be young men who stand little chance of entering Hungary or other EU nations.

These feral Muslims don't recognize and have no respect for national borders, laws and culture. And they demand to be let in.