In light of the Islamic terrorist attacks in Paris and the fact that governors of at least 25 states have decided to not allow any Syrian refugees into their states, a video of the problem of Muslim refugees entering several European countries banned by YouTube after more than a million views has resurfaced.
Though not widely reported in the mainstream news media, hundreds of thousands of Europeans have been protesting the mass migration of Syrian refugees into their homeland and raising concerns of more terrorist attacks from the Islamic State that has been infiltrating Europe posing as refugees.
That video, which had been removed by YouTube for alleged copyright infringement, can be seen below, and begins with the Greek Island of Lesbos, which has turned into a war-zone as Syrian and Afghan migrants clash.
The full-length video that was banned by YouTube begins with what appears to be jubilee from the refugees and then shows a Greek woman who shows fear and tells the videographer, “We are in danger, every day, every minute. We need someone to protect us. They come into our houses. I want to go to work, but I can’t. Our children want to go to school, but they can’t. They have stolen our lives!”.
Update: Recently, the so-called copyright infringement was averted and the YouTube user muted parts of the audio to keep it on YouTube. The video, complete with full audio can be viewed here at the Conservative Tribune.
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