VIDEO: Rampaging Muslim migrant hordes RIOT on Greek island

The lovely, once idyllic island of Lesbos is paradigmatic of all Europe.

Perhaps they want to demonstrate what peace-loving Muslims they are.

Of course, Western elites and media monsters will blame us.

“LESBOS IN FLAMES: Rampaging migrant mob STORMS asylum support offices on Greek island,” By Simon Osborne, The Express, Oct 24, 2016Rampaging Muslim migrant

RIOTS have broken out on the Greek island of Lesbos where migrants have stormed European Asylum Support Office (EASO) buildings.

Police said a mob of around 70 people, most from Pakistan and Bangladesh, threw rocks and burning blankets at EASO containers inside the Moria migrant camp.

EASO Spokesman Jean-Pierre Schembri said protesters had hurled petrol bombs while interviews with asylum-seekers were taking place.

Staff have now evacuated the camp and the processing of asylum claims has been suspended.

Video thanks to Amnesty International

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Mr Schembri said: “They burnt our offices this morning. The process will not resume for the time being.”We have to evaluate security issues and in our view we need more presence of Greece police to be in place.”
Migants at Moria camp in LesbosGETTY

Migrants detained in the Moria migrant camp on the Greek island of Lesbos

More than 15,000 asylum-seekers are living in overcrowded camps on Greek islands close to Turkey, stranded by a European deal with Ankara to seal the main route into the continent for a million refugees and migrants last year.Asylum-seekers wait for weeks or months for their claims to be processed.There are nearly 6,000 asylum-seekers on Lesbos alone, nearly double the capacity its two camps can handle. Violence and protests at the conditions there are frequent.
Asylum-seekers have rioted on Lesbos

More than 15,000 asylum-seekers are living in overcrowded camps on Greek islands close to Turkey, stranded by a European deal with Ankara to seal the main route into the continent for a million refugees and migrants last year.

Asylum-seekers wait for weeks or months for their claims to be processed.

There are nearly 6,000 asylum-seekers on Lesbos alone, nearly double the capacity its two camps can handle. Violence and protests at the conditions there are frequent.

Asylum support staff were forced to flee their offices at the Moria camp on Lesbos

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