Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Migrant Refugee Terror

Migrant Refugee Terror --- ===

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Lesbos: a Greek island in limbo over tourism, refugees ...
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The island of Lesbos has become ... Iran and Pakistan. ... referring to the “life jacket mountain” in the north, which is growing daily. “The island is actually ...

Rumor causes rioting by irregular migrants hosted on Lesvos
www.naftemporiki.gr/printStory/1146119
... mainland from the eastern Aegean island of Lesvos inside a truck ... scale riot by third country nationals ... from Pakistan and North African ...
A rumor claiming that seven irregular migrants died while trying to clandestinely travel towards to the Greek mainland from the eastern Aegean island of Lesvos inside a truck trailer loaded onto a ferry boat – which proved to be false – was enough to generate a small-scale riot by third country nationals being temporarily housed in a “hot spot” on the isle.
Around 200 irregular migrants, young men and teens from Pakistan and North African countries, fled the Moria camp just before midnight on Friday and protested through nearby streets. Two vehicles belonging to employees of the camp were destroyed during the rioting.
A march by the irregular migrants nearly reached the island capital of Mytilene at 2 a.m., where an alleged rally was to be held. When the prospect fizzled, the group headed back to the “hot spot”.
Tens of thousands of Third World nationals, from Morocco to Bangladesh and beyond, took advantage of a massive wave of Mideast war refugees that landed on Greek islands over the past year and a half from neighboring Turkey in order to reach preferred destinations in Europe, especially Germany.
What began as a refugee crisis subsequently also became an illegal migration crisis, 



  • Refugees or an Occupation Army?
    by Maria Polizoidou
    October 11, 2016 at 5:00 am
    https://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/9071/greece-refugees-migrants

    A few weeks ago, 200 North Africans and Pakistanis rioted in the middle of the night, demanding to leave Mytilene Island. They were chanting, "Jihad! Jihad!", smashing the residents' cars in the center of the island and disrupting the local community. The migrants claimed that someone told them about the death of seven migrants on a ship, so they rose up against the authorities. The police and NGO workers explained that this was misinformation, but the 200 migrants were evidently not interested in hearing that. The migrants were ready to wage jihad because they believed a rumor about an event for which, even had it been true, the Greek state and its inhabitants had no responsibility. The authorities were unsuccessful at calming them down and trying to make them return to their living area.

    As it turned out, there were no dead migrants; the uprising was a "mistake," but the police and the locals had to spend the night tracking down refugees and migrants on the streets of Mytilene.

    The illegal immigrants stated that the information about the seven dead migrants came through phone calls to them during the night. Police sources say, off the record, that this incident has all the hallmarks of covert "black operations."

    A few days later, on September 19, 2016, on Mytilene Island again, there was a new eruption from migrants in the Moria district. This time, the information the migrants heard, which again turned out to be false, was that they were about to be returned to Turkey. Immediately they set fire to 16 acres of olive trees, as well as to the camp in which they were living.

    Now 300 migrants, who had earlier escaped from their camp and tried to protest in the center of the island, were burning everything in the camp and the area around it, until the police stopped them and made them to return to the camp, where again they tried to burn everything.

    Residents saw their groves of olive trees turn to cinders as well as much of the migrant camp, three shipping containers, clothing and footwear.

    Some of the illegal immigrants were taking selfies during the burning and chanting, "Allahu Akbar" ["Allah is the Greatest"].

    7 hurt in refugee camp fight on Greek island of Lesbos
    https://www.yahoo.com/news/7-hurt-refugee-camp-fight-greek-island...
    Sep 05, 2016 · 7 hurt in refugee camp fight on Greek island of Lesbos. September 5, 2016.  violence between Syrian and Pakistani teenagers, in which adults became involved, started early Monday at the Moria camp, where more than 3,000 people live. No arrests were reported. About 5,400 people live in Lesbos' camps, which were designed for 3,500. The island is very close to Turkey and a main destination for migrants seeking a better life in Europe

    Sept 3, 2015 riot Riot police clash with refugees in Lesbos - Telegraph
    www.telegraph.co.uk/.../Riot-police-clash-with-refugees-in-Lesbos.html
    Sep 05, 2015 · Some 17,000 people are trapped on Greek island in stinking conditions waiting for permits that would allow them to travel on towards northern Europe Riot police clash with refugees in Lesbos ... migrants waiting for a registration procedure at the port of Mytilene on the Greek island of Lesbos Photo: ...One man, a Syrian refugee, was hit on the head in a baton charge and fell to the ground unconscious, amid tense confrontations.
    Some refugees started throwing water bottles and stones at the police lines a newborn boy was found dead after his migrant parents reached the shores of another Greek island in a boat from Turkey on Saturday.

    Lesbos: a Greek island in limbo over tourism, refugees ...
    www.theguardian.com › TravelGreece holidays

    The island of Lesbos has become a focal point of the refugee crisis in Greece. ... Greece on brink of chaos as refugees riot over forced return to Turkey.

    sept 4, 2016 Refugees riot on Greek island of Lesbos and throw stones ...
    www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3222419/Riots-erupt-Greek-island...
    Watch video · Around 1,000 Afghans tried to occupy Blue Star One ferry on the island of Lesbos shouting 'Athens Athens' this morning

    Riots erupt on Lesbos: 200 refugees throw stones at police and coastguard officials after ... The island of Lesbos is the entry point for about half of …Riots erupt on Lesbos: 200 refugees throw stones at police and coastguard officials after being blocked from getting on a mainland-bound ferry
    Clashes broke out on Lesbos after unregistered refugees were stopped by police as they tried to board a ferry 
    200-strong group had hoped to be taken to the mainland where they could continue their journey to western Europe
    But officials wouldn't allow them to leave Lesbos until they were registered - a process that can take several days 
    Scuffles broke up and refugees were seen throwing stones at the police in chaotic scenes show of state television 
    By JOHN HALL FOR MAILONLINE
    PUBLISHED: 09:13 EST, 4 September 2015 | UPDATED: 19:27 EST, 4 September 2015
    A group 200 unregistered refugees trying to board a ship scuffled with Greek officials on the island of Lesbos this morning, with television footage showing them throwing stones at police.



    Riot police clash with migrants as tension rises in Lesbos
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    Video embedded · Riot police clash with migrants as tension rises in Lesbos. ... Riot police clash with migrants as tension ... by riot police outside Moria camp, nearMytilene…