Bishop: It's a Muslim invasion of Europe

 
Bishop: It's a Muslim invasion of Europe
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The Catholic bishop László Kiss-Rigó, from Hungary, is criticizing the Pope and warns that immigration to Europe is leading to that Muslims will eventually take over the entire continent.

- They are not refugees - this is an invasion, he said, according to the Washington Post.

Pope Francis on Sunday spoke on the asylum chaos in Europe and stressed that all Catholics have a moral obligation to open their churches, monasteries and homes to immigrants from the Third World.

But the pope is way off, completely way off, according to László Kiss-Rigo, Catholic bishop in southeastern Hungary, which have recently been flooded by immigrants trying to get through Hungary to countries in western and northern Europe.

The bishop instead describes the situation as a Muslim invasion of Europe.

- They come here and shout "Allahu Akbar". They want to take over, says László Kiss-Rigó.

The Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orbán, has previously warned that the current immigration implies an existential threat to the whole of Western civilization.

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