Austria is Deporting 50,000 Muslims

While the liberal United States media rips Trump for his stance against Muslim immigrants, Austria is deporting 50,000 Muslims. They are fed up and taking action.

Austria is Deporting 50,000 Muslims

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Austria is to step up the deportation of migrants by sending at least 50,000 home just as Germany has told refugees that their welcome was temporary.

Last September the two countries opened their borders to hundreds of thousands of people fleeing conflict and poverty across Africa and the Middle East. Despite an outpouring of sympathy for their plight, there has been growing public concern about crime and security, forcing the governments to pull back from the open-door policy.

Yesterday the Austrian authorities said that they would carry out at least 50,000 deportations over the next four years. The number of asylum claims would also be capped at 127,500 during that time.

Austria is Deporting 50,000 Muslims

Well it turns out Trump isn’t the only guy with these types of feelings. Muslims are putting people at risk when they move into someone’s country.

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