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Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Poland's government provides Asylum only to refugee Christians

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Poland's government has long been proud of its strong stance against migration from the Middle East. While other European nations took in hundreds of thousands of people, Poland stood firm with its borders firmly closed.
The Polish government has given political asylum to more than two million Christians from Ukraine who fled the war in the Crimea.
In the video below the Polish Minister confronts a Turkish journalist about Poland's right not to provide asylum to Muslim immigrants from the Middle East.
He argues that according to international law immigrants from the Middle East or the Arab world are not really refugees but illegal immigrants because they cross several safe countries in order to infiltrate Europe illegally. A refugee is considered a refugee only in the first safe country to which he arrives after fleeing his homeland.
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