Just a few days ago, the Moria holding center for some 12,000 Muslim illegals was totally destroyed destroyed by Afghan Muslim freeloader wannabes who didn’t like the accommodations. Now, something similar has happened on the Greek island of Samos.
Sputnik News (h/t fromGreece) Greek police have detained more than 10 suspects as part of an investigation into the possible causes of the blaze. The incident comes days after a major fire on the island of Lesbos, which completely destroyed a migrant camp.
A firefighter brigade put down a forest fire near a migrant camp on the Greek island of Samos on Tuesday night, according to Skai broadcaster. Police have launched a probe into the causes of the fire and detained more than ten people for questioning.
AFP On the Greek island of Samos, a fire broke out near camps for Muslim illegal refugees on Tuesday evening. “There is a fire on the edge of the registration center,” said the mayor of Vathy, Giorgos Stantzos, of the German press agency.
According to the Greek Ministry of Migration, around 4600 illegal Muslim migrants live in the Vathy refugee camp on Samos. However, the camp only has space for around 650 people.
Just a few days ago, the Moria refugee camp on the nearby island of Lesbos was burned to the ground destroyed in a major arson fire. Around 12,000 illegal Muslim migrants were left homeless.
Investigators used revealing videos that reached the hands of the Police, as well as testimonies, which showed the perpetrators of the arson. The videos show the Muslim illegals (below) lighting fires in many different places with the aim of spreading them quickly, using torn cardboard boxes as torches.
According to the Greek government, the fires were set there by Afghan Muslim illegal migrants to force them to leave the camp and the island and send them to the big welfare states of Europe like Germany.
Police detained six arson suspects, all of them Afghan Muslim nationals, of whom two were minors.
Since then, Greek politicians have warned against the “Moria tactic”, according to which fires could also be started in other illegal migrant holding camps on the islands of Samos, Chios, Leros and Kos – especially if the people of Lesbos are now brought to the mainland or to Central and Northern Europe would.
In view of the burned down camp, the illegal migrant-wannabes on Lesbos are demanding to be allowed to leave the island immediately. However, most of them have not yet completed their asylum applications. The Greek government insists that illegal migrants go through the normal asylum process have to go through.