Two invaders, settled in an “asylum center” in the picturesque town of Hamelin in Saxony (best known from the tale of the Pied Piper of Hamelin), set fire to a mattress in their accommodation as part of their “protest.”
They started the fire because they wanted the issuance of their passports speeded up to be able to “return to their homes because of a death in the family,” Die Welt reported.
Some 170 other invaders also living in the center had to be evacuated, and four employees of a security firm suffered slight smoke inhalation, police said.
The two invaders—whose home country is Lebanon—appeared this past week before a court in Hanover on a charge of arson and assault, and were ordered held in prison until trial.
The two invaders—clearly bogus asylum seekers who have taken advantage of the German government’s open invitation to the Third World to invade Europe—demanded passports because someone in their extended family had died and they wished to return to Lebanon for the funeral.
In Muslim funerary customs, a dead person has to be buried before sunrise of the following day, and the two invaders demanded that they be issued with passports so that they could fly back to Lebanon immediately—and then be allowed to return to continue with their “asylum” application.
When their papers were not immediately returned in time for them to fly back, they set fire to a mattress in the accommodation, and then went to the main gate, seized a female worker and held her hostage with a knife to her throat.
The police were called out and after a short confrontation, the invaders were arrested.
The fact that the “asylum seekers” feel confident enough to fly back and forth to the country which they claim to have “fled” is prima facie evidence that they are, like almost all the “refugees” who have entered Europe, just lying opportunistic parasites.