Video: Muslim “migrants” screaming “ALLAHU AKBAR” attack police as crisis intensifies


Slovenia police under attack by migrants at Croatia border.

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Vienna (AFP) – Thousands of migrants streamed into Austria on Saturday …..

Between 12,000 to 13,000 people entered Austria over the course of the day, the head of the Austrian Red Cross, Gerry Foitik, told APA news agency.

The figure was not immediately confirmed by Austrian police, who earlier said they were bracing for an influx of around 10,000 refugees and migrants.

Every country in Europe is under attack.

You won’t see these photos in the mainstream media. They only publish photos of aggressive looking police or children, of course, in order to frame their narrative. But make no mistake: over 80% of these “migrants” are young, fit males.


‘Heads as well as hearts’: Croatia says it can take no more migrants By Maja Zuvela and Igor Ilic, Reuters, September 19, 2015

After suddenly finding itself in the path of Europe’s biggest tide of migrants for decades, Croatia said on Friday it could no longer offer them refuge and would wave them on, challenging the EU to find a policy to receive them.

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The migrants, mostly from poor or war-torn countries in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, have streamed into Croatia since Wednesday, after Hungary blocked what had been the main route with a metal fence and riot police at its border with Serbia.

“We cannot register and accommodate these people any longer,” Croatian Prime Minister Zoran Milanovic told a news conference in the capital Zagreb.

“They will get food, water and medical help, and then they can move on. The European Union must know that Croatia will not become a migrant ‘hotspot’. We have hearts, but we also have heads.”

The arrival of 17,000 since Wednesday morning, many crossing fields and some dodging police, has proved too much for one of the EU’s less prosperous states in a crisis that has divided the 28-nation bloc and left it scrambling to respond.

A record 473,887 refugees and migrants have crossed the Mediterranean to Europe so far this year, the International Organization for Migration said, most of them from countries at war such as Syria who are seeking a better, safer life.

Hundreds of thousands have been trekking across the Balkan peninsula to reach the richer European countries to the north and west, especially Germany, which is preparing to accept 800,000 migrants this year.

But that has wrongfooted the European Union, which has come up with no common policy to deal with the biggest wave of migration to Western Europe since World War Two.

Hungary acted on its own to shut the main route this week by closing its border with Serbia, leaving thousands of migrants scattered across the Balkans searching for alternative paths.

Croatia, offering an overland route to Germany bypassing Hungary, found itself suddenly overwhelmed, and began sending migrants in trains and buses to Hungary.

Gyorgy Bakondi, head of Hungary’s national disaster unit, said more than 4,000 migrants had arrived from Croatia on Friday without any prior consultation, and up to 1,200 more could come before the end of the day.

With tempers clearly fraying, he said authorities had seized a Croatian train carrying migrants to the town of Magyarboly, disarmed the police who were escorting it and arrested the driver.

Hungarian government spokesman Zoltan Kovacs said the incident “raised the suspicion of a border violation”.

However, Croatian police spokeswoman Jelena Bikic said no one had been disarmed or arrested, the escort had been agreed in advance, and the police had returned to Croatia.

Hungary did, however, agree earlier in the day to register at least 1,000 migrants delivered from Croatia.

Chaotic scenes broke out in Tovarnik, Croatia, as thousands of migrants arrived and sparked a stampede as they tried to board buses
Chaotic scenes broke out in Tovarnik, Croatia, as thousands of migrants arrived and sparked a stampede as they tried to board buses
Chaotic scenes broke out in Tovarnik, Croatia, as thousands of migrants arrived and sparked a stampede as they tried to board buses
Chaotic scenes broke out in Tovarnik, Croatia, as thousands of migrants arrived and sparked a stampede as they tried to board buses

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