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Greece: Muslim migrants pretending to be volleyball team and headed to Vienna arrested in airport

A group of Syrians pretending to be volleyball team athletes “armed with fake Romanian passports” were trying to illegally travel to Austria, but they were apprehended by airport security and handcuffed in Eleftherios Venizelos (Athens International Airport) before boarding the plane to Austria.

The rule of law is of no concern for economic Muslim migrants who are swarming into the European Union from North Africa and the Middle East via land, sea, and now air, which is far less common. A group of Syrians tried the same tactic in 2019, but was also arrested in Athens. That group was headed to Switzerland.

The increasing strain on Western countries from the national security and welfare costs associated with illegal economic Muslim migrants is incalculable and unsustainable.

“Syrians pretended to be volleyball athletes and tried to travel to Vienna!,” translated from “Σύροι παρίσταναν τους αθλητές βόλεϊ και προσπάθησαν να ταξιδέψουν στη Βιέννη!,” Προτο Θεμα, March 28, 2021:

They were arrested shortly after 8PM on Sunday night at “Eleftherios Venizelos” – They were wearing sportswear and were equipped with forged Romanian passports.

They pretended to be volleyball team athletes and, armed with fake Romanian passports, attempted to fly to Vienna.

However, the “hounds” of the Airport Security located them, blocked them before boarding the plane for the Austrian capital, and handcuffed them.

The nine Syrians, who represented the volleyball team, as seen in the photos of the protothema.gr, were arrested shortly after 8PM on Sunday night. Equipped with forged Romanian passports and sportswear, they attempted to fly on flight W6 2686 to Vienna at 9:30PM.

However, the observation of the Security Police of “Eleftherios Venizelos” led to them being blocked shortly before boarding the plane, and arrested….

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