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How would law enforcement respond if large groups of migrants were to storm the border and physically attack police with bricks and other projectiles, as they have recently in Hungary? Would we not think carefully about how our internal security and anti-terrorism measures would be compromised by allowing hundreds of thousands of migrants to enter and roam about the country virtually unchecked, as they have recently in the territory of the EU?

Advertisement share Wanting to be seen as compassionate, many politicians have responded in a way that ignores these details. Germany stated that it would accept all Syrian refugees, effectively sending an open invitation for mass migration into Hungary. Incidentally, Hungary is not the only country that has built a fence to protect its border. France, Spain, Bulgaria and, of course, the U.

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They left seeking a higher standard of living in Germany or Sweden. Europe and the U. The camps must be livable and the civil wars must end.

But where are the wealthy Arab countries in helping these migrants?


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