A group of 107 mainly Muslim illegal invaders, who tried to break free from a holding center in Malta, have been arrested after five staff cars and buildings were set ablaze there. The fires left sections of the buildings which invaders stay in destroyed and one policeman injured.
Voice of Europe (h/t Maurice) The riot took place late Sunday evening in a Hal Far camp occupying a former British army barracks near island’s main airport. The migrants torched several rooms and staff cars and, as a result, managed to take control over a part of the compound for a while, a former British army barracks close to the Malta International Airport.
Although it isn’t exactly clear why the violence erupted, some witnesses have said that the riots began after police barred some migrants from entering the center. Other reports indicate that the migrants became violent after not being allowed to leave the center.
Like Greece, Malta’s migrant reception centers have recently come under increased pressure following the arrival of several hundred migrants this summer. Currently, Hal Far reception center hosts around 1,200 people. Its facilities and resources have both been stretched to their limits.
Malta and Greece have had to bear the brunt of the mass illegal migration that occurred over the summer, as Italy had shut their ports to them. But now that there is a leftist government in Italy, the ports will once again be accepting hordes of illegal Muslim invaders.
The voiceover here isn’t in English, but you can see a lot of the damage these invaders inflicted.