December 5, 2017
The Hungarian government has vowed it will never accept radical Islamic terrorism as “something we have to live with”, as the EU subjects it to a “witch-hunt” for its strong stance against open borders and mass migration.
Péter Szijjártó, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s minister for foreign affairs, said it was anti-democratic and unacceptable to brand Hungary un-European because it insists on discussing the “historic challenges” the continent faces, according to The Hungary Journal.
The minister said that encouraging large-scale immigration to Europe has led to a situation where radical Islamic terrorism is now an “everyday phenomenon” — but insisted that “Hungary refuses to accept it as something we have to live with.”
This article was posted: Tuesday, December 5, 2017 at 12:15 pm