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'Today refugees, tomorrow terrorists': Eastern Europeans chant anti-Islam slogans in demonstrations against refugees | Europe | News | The Independent

16.11.15

'Today refugees, tomorrow terrorists': Eastern Europeans chant anti-Islam slogans in demonstrations against refugees | Europe | News | The Independent: Around 10,000 right-wing protesters clutching the national flag assembled on the streets in the capital of Warsaw on Saturday, and chanted slogans including “Today refugees, tomorrow terrorists!“ and ”Poland, free of Islam!“.

Police in riot gear watched over the crowds as some lit flares, however there were no reports of violence.

Miroslaw Kadziela, 24, who was among those at the protest, told an AP reporter: "The refugees are threat to our culture, they will not assimilate with our society."


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