Even worse, the illegals, all young military age men, are being given food and first aid by Spanish authorities and charities after storming and climbing over a six-meter barbed-wire fence to enter Ceuta, Spain’s enclave in North Africa, bordering Morocco.
RT Early this morning, Ruptly news agency captured footage groups of ebullient males of apparent sub-Saharan origin, hugging and dancing, and encouraging fellow Muslim invaders stuck on the other side of the barrier to break in.
Hours earlier, the same men used shears and clubs in a mass raid on the reinforced border fence. Local media reports suggest that the breach was organized well in advance, and occurred at four different points.
As many as 300 were pushed back, but border guards were overwhelmed by the sheer numbers, and police said that security cameras showed up to 600 men entering Ceuta, though emergency services put the number at 500. Eleven officers were injured, and three had to be taken to the medical emergency ward in serious condition. No one has been arrested.
All illegal invaders will be housed by CETI, a 512-capacity temporary migrant center, which was already home to 620 illegals who had mostly arrived in the city without documents, either by climbing over the fence, hiding inside a vehicle, or swimming into the port.
The Muslim freeloaders will now be given regular meals, a bed, counselling, and Spanish lessons, as they file their applications for asylum. Many will be relocated to other similar centers on the mainland.
This is the third such attack since December, when the multiple entry-point tactic was first used by migrants. On January 1, 1,100 Muslim invaders attempted to breach the walls, overfilling CETI, which had to borrow army tents to accommodate the newcomers.