09-18-2015, 08:02 PM
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Re: Greek Lesbos struggling to cope with the 4,000 migrants arriving EVERY DAY
Syrian refugees have made Lesbos a war zone amid fears ISIS is entering Europe
Syrian refugees have made Lesbos a war zone amid fears ISIS is entering Europe | Daily Mail Online
Syrian refugees have turned Lesbos into a war zone, residents claim, as migrants chant 'f*** you' at Hungarian police amid fears ISIS is using the crisis to enter Europe
Greek islanders describe their fear after 20,000 refugees arrived on Lesbos
One in five people on the island is a refugee - the vast majority from Syria
News comes as video showed refugees clashing with Hungarian police
Swear and attack officers while chanting the Islamic slogan 'Allahu Akbar'
Meanwhile two men suspected of being ISIS fighters have been arrested in Europe after they uploaded photos showing them hiding among refugees
Residents living on Lesbos have described the Greek island as a 'war zone' following the arrival of 20,000 mainly Syrian refugees over the past few weeks.
The daily arrivals mean that desperate refugees currently make up one in every five people on the island, which lies just a few miles from the Turkish mainland, across the Mytilini Strait.
Locals have accused the refugees of bringing Lesbos to a standstill, overwhelming the local infrastructure and leaving residents feeling so threatened that many of them have stopped leaving the house to go to work and are no longer
sending their children to school.
The news comes as two men suspected of being ISIS terrorists were arrested in an unspecified eastern European country after after intelligence groups noticed they had started uploading photographs taken in cities hit by the refugee
crisis to their social media pages.
The news comes as tensions were raised across Europe, which is struggling to come to terms with its worst refugee crisis in 70 years.
Refugees chanted Islamic slogans and shouted 'f**k you' during clashes with Hungarian police last week, it was claimed, as tensions over the migrant crisis continue to grow across Europe.
Amateur video published on LiveLeak shows a crowd charging at police outside Keleti train station in eastern Budapest, with refugees purportedly shouting 'Allahu Akbar' and swearing at officers