Sep 5 2015
While Germany’s Angela Merkel is demanding that all EU countries open their doors to hundreds of thousands more Muslim invaders looking for handouts or looking to create chaos, Eastern Europe countries are pushing back and refusing to take them.
Press Europe is facing an unprecedented influx of Muslim invaders from countries like Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Most of them land in Italy or Greece, and then head for the wealthier countries of northern Europe by transiting through countries in Eastern Europe and the Balkans, like Macedonia, Serbia, and Hungary.
Nearly 340,000 welfare seekers reached the borders of the European Union during the first seven months of the year, up from 123,500 during the same period in 2014, according to the bloc’s border agency Frontex.
Yet not a single oil-rich Arab Gulf State has taken in any Muslim refugees, nor is anyone asking them to. Why?