Video reveals a reality of fights and vandalism at asylum centers

 
Video reveals a reality of fights and vandalism at asylum centers
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Some asylum seekers to Europe belong to a clan or group that is in conflict with other groups in the country they come from.

For example, Sunni and Shia Muslims, Muslim and Christian asylum seekers from the same country.

These conflicts are often pursued in the European country where they are seeking asylum.

In other words, the West is willingly importing conflicts from the Middle East straight into our countries.

Even murders have occurred, for example when Muslim migrants threw Christians overboard in the Mediterranean, and left them to drown.

And in Sweden, Christian asylum seekers felt so threatened that they were forced to leave the asylum center.

So, the imported conflicts can often lead to fights also when asylum seekers are waiting in asylum centers, which one regularly reads about.

However, it is rare to get a glimpse of how it looks like.

Here is a recording from a large German asylum center, where there is fighting between two groups of asylum seekers.

The footage is from Saturday, 01.08.2015 in the German city of Dresden.




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