The Muslim migrants do not for a moment act like “grateful refugees.” They behave in the refugee camps as they will when they’re on the streets of France and Britain and other European countries. That’s why crime, especially rape, has skyrocketed. And it’s only going to get worse.
And this violence in Ramadan is consistent with the very ethos of Ramadan. It’s supposed to be the month when Muslims try all the harder to obey Allah. The secret that no one wants to admit in the West is that the Qur’an and Sunnah command violence against “infidels.” So we see even more of that violence during Ramadan.
Accused of being “infidels,” a group of Kurdish asylum-seekers say they were attacked at a refugee camp on the Greek island of Lesbos on Friday.
Local reports on Saturday said six persons were wounded in the clashes. One Syrian Kurdish refugee said four Kurds had been killed when they were set upon due to “sectarian and ethnic hatred against Kurds.” Reports corrected the numbers on Sunday to indicate ten had been injured and none killed.
The Moria camp on Lesbos has been the center of brawls before between refugees who are stuffed into a facility of 7,000 inhabitants that has been operating at 300% of capacity for months.
In 2017 there were massive fights in the camp in March and December, and an Afghan migrant was reported killed in November last year. A report earlier this month in the Greek newspaper Ekathimerini said the camp was nearing a “breaking point.” Women said they were at risk of sexual violence. One refugee said he was stuck in the shocking conditions for two years.
The latest crisis began on Friday, when riot police and medical units were called to Moria as fights broke out. First aid was provided and migrants were transferred to Mytilene hospital. Moro Tabush, a Syrian Kurdish refugee, told Kurdistan 24 television that Syrian and Arab refugees had attacked Kurdish families. According to the initial report, two of his cousins were killed as well as another man from Afrin in Syria. He “claimed that Greek authorities in the camp did not intervene.”
The Kurdish channel Rudaw interviewed a man named Khalil from Kobane in Syria. He said that he was fasting for Ramadan on Friday, “yet some Arabs from Syria, Iraq, Yemen and Algeria came and said, ‘Rojava Kurds are infidels and don’t fast.’”
Khalil said this was the cause of the fight. He said no one was killed but that 17 Kurds were wounded, 10 severely.
The attacks on Kurds caused hundreds of Kurdish refugees to flee the camp and head toward the town of Mytilene, the capital of Lesbos. According to tweets by Michael Raber, who posted photos online, the people who fled included secular Kurdish refugees who warned “of rising influence from Daesh [ISIS].”…
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