Under EU relocation plans, Slovakia says it will only accept Christians into the country in order to ensure community cohesion
He further stated that it will accept about 200 Christian migrants from camps in Turkey, Italy and Greece, because Muslim migrants will not relate easily into Slovakia’s predominantly Christian population
“We could take 800 Muslims, but we don’t have any mosques in Slovakia, so how can Muslims be integrated if they are not going to like it here?” he said
The first thing they would do is build a mosque.
He added that the country wanted to assist Europe during this wave of migration but that Slovakia was a “transit country” where people did not want to relocate to permanently.
At least 264,500 refugees and migrants have crossed the Mediterranean so far this year, according to the United Nations refugee office, predominantly from Syria, a Sunni Muslim majority country, Afghanistan and sub-Saharan Africa.
Recent data from the UN Refugee Office shows that as of 14 August, 158,456 refugees and migrants had arrived in Greece by sea, while 1,716 had entered by land through Turkey.
“The pace of arrivals has been steadily increasing in recent weeks,” said William Spindle, a spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, adding that more migrants had arrived in Greece during July than during the whole of last year.
EU Commission spokeswoman Annika Breithard emphasised that EU states were prohibited from any form of discrimination, according to the BBC.
Yep. Only Muslims are allowed to discriminate. That’s in the Koran and in their mental baggage.