VIOLENT scenes have erupted at a British army base in Cyprus as angry Muslim entitlement whores burned down their emergency tents, brawled with police, and threatened to HANG themselves if they weren’t given immediate direct passage to the UK.
UK Express (h/t Brenda K) The latest complaints follow violent scenes at the camp on Monday in which refugees fought with police and threatened to hang themselves if they were not allowed into the UK.
Riot squad officers armed with Tasers had to move in to tackle lawless migrants who trashed their taxpayer-funded living quarters and demanded that Britain take them in immediately.
Migrants on the island want to be granted asylum by Britain or be allowed to continue their journeys onwards towards northern Europe. Many even insist it is their RIGHT to move to the UK because the fenced-off camp where they are being accommodated is technically on British soil. Ibrahim Marouf, a Palestinian from Lebanon who was speaking on behalf of the group, said the migrants want to “go to England”.
They say that they are unhappy on the Mediterranean island – a prime tourist destination for thousands of Europeans every year – despite their claims they are fleeing war and persecution.
A spokesman for the Ministry of Defence Sean Tully said: “The UK government will not allow a new migrant route to open up to the UK from Cyprus.
UK Express The Syrian and Palestinian illegal aliens, currently in a British RAF base near Larnaka, say they are being treated like prisoners. Footage released by one of them shows migrants sitting around the site complaining about the conditions – despite a United Nations report approving of the camp.
Ibrahim Marouf said: “The gate of the camp is always closed, there are fences all around the camp, it makes us people in jail. “People here are getting frustrated because it seems their dreams of getting to the best welfare states are not going to happen.”
Britain has refused the 115 refugees asylum. So far just six have claimed asylum in Cyprus. The British Government fears allowing the refugees asylum will encourage more to arrive at the base.
One of the illegals said, “We wanted to go to Greece and from Greece we wanted to continue our trip to Europe – Germany, Belgium, Sweden. Any other generous welfare EU country.”
The latest complaints follow violent scenes at the camp on Monday in which refugees fought with police and threatened to hang themselves if they were not allowed into the UK.