A major fire broke out in a Muslim illegal alien invader camp on the Greek island of Samos, Sceptr reported. The fire was reportedly started deliberately. In August, Greece’s largest migrant camp of Moria, on the island of Lesbos, was destroyed after a fire was started by migrants there.
REMIX News (h/t CanuckECheese) The fire brigade has now brought the fire on Samos under control, as it was limited in size and was tackled quickly by 18 firefighters using nine vehicles. However, many migrants had to be evacuated. Several tents have also been severely damaged, but details on the numbers remain unclear.
Many of the tents are packed closely together in the overcrowded camp, and the gas canisters used by residents for cooking caused small explosions.
The fire is said to have been caused by an explosion of gas bottles in a kitchen. According to the mayor of Vathy, the fire was started deliberately. He is advocating the immediate transfer of the migrants to the Greek mainland.
In August, the Moria camp on Lesbos burned down completely. As a result, some 10,000 people were rendered homeless. The fire in Moria had been started by asylum seekers who did not want to go into mandatory quarantine due to the coronavirus.
This follows another fire at the Samos cap on Sept. 21st, that came just 10 days after two large fires ravaged Moria, the largest refugee camp in Europe, which is on a Greek island, Lesbos. All of the fires at these Muslim camps have been set by the Muslims themselves, to protest what they claim are unsatisfactory living conditions.