Greece: Mayor Pleads for Help After Muslim ‘Migrant’ Ferry Riot
“I don’t need one ship, I need a fleet,” said the Mayor of Greek Island.
Greece and the U.N. refugee agency are sending extra ships and additional staff to the island of Lesbos, after Muslim refugees erupted and rioted overnight on Monday.
These are not refugees from “war torn” regions. Look at the crowds — all strong, able-bodied men. Few women. No elderly. An army. Soon they’ll be calling for …. “the liberation of Europe.”
Lesbos mayor calls for help after migrant ferry riot, The Telegraph, September 8, 2015
1,000 people, mostly Afghans, attempted to rush onto a ferry heading to the port of Piraeus, near Athens, 04 Sep 2015
Clashes broke out on the Greek islands of Lesbos on Friday after 1,000 people, mostly Afghans, attempted to rush onto a ferry heading to the port of Piraeus, near Athens.
Police fired stun grenades to repel the stone-throwing crowd.
The mayor of Lesbos appealed for “immediate measures” to help alleviate the acute refugee and migrant crisis on his island, which is the entry point for about half of the hundreds of thousands who have arrived in Greece so far this year.
Spyros Galinos described the situation as a bomb about to explode in his hands. “I appeal to the prime minister for immediate measures,” he told state television on Friday. “We will have victims.”
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