An Islamic ceremony in Thebes during the trial of a Pakistani who killed a 17-year-old girl shocked Greece

At a time when Greece is shocked by the bloody murder of 17-year-old Nicoletta in Peristeri, the country has seen video of the shocking Pakistani ceremony in Thebes.

The video concerns an Islamic ceremony held on Saturday, in which we see dozens of illegal immigrants screaming and punching their bodies. Images that make us wonder where we’re going. They certainly raise a lot of questions about the immigration policy pursued by the Greek government in recent years.

Watch the video:

As we reported earlier, a 22-year-old Pakistani brutally killed his 17 year old girlfriend. The killer escaped, but a few days later he was caught in Skopje and arrested. It is noteworthy that the killer at one time applied for asylum in Greece under two different names, which allowed him to leave for Skopje without much difficulty, despite the search.

Authorities are reportedly conducting a parallel investigation to identify the people who helped him leave Athens and also provided him with asylum. We won’t be surprised if interesting details come to light in the process.

As we reported earlier, there is a wide network of NGOs in Greece, which, having experienced lawyers and connections among officials, transport illegal migrants and provide them with documents and legal status for a substantial fee. At the same time, many of those who received refugee status, and even citizenship, previously had completely different names and surnames, as well as dates of birth (as in the case of a Pakistani who had documents for 2 names and for different dates of birth).

Also, Pakistanis who have come to Greece over the past decade are getting citizenship without any problems, while immigrants from the countries of the former USSR are put all kinds of spokes in the wheels.





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