EUROPE has nearly a thousand ‘no-go’ areas where authorities have simply lost control due to the high number of immigrants, it was sensationally claimed tonight.
London, Paris, Stockholm and Berlin are among the major European cities that feature on a bombshell list of 900 lawless zones with large immigrant populations.
The shock dossier, released by the Hungarian government, backs up claims made by Donald Trump in December that there are large swathes of Britain and Europe where police are now too afraid to patrol due to radical Islamist extremism.
Ministers from the central European nation wrote in their report that authorities had “no control” over residents in these neighbourhoods, adding that the growth of radical Islam is “increasing the terrorist risk and imperilling our culture”.
The bombshell claims were published on a website set up to oppose an EU migrant quota system.
According to the Hungarian government there are 900 areas across the EU where “the norms of the host society barely prevail” due to huge levels of migration.
The website says: “The mandatory European quotas increase the terrorist risk in Europe and imperils our culture.
“Illegal migrants cross the borders unchecked, so we do not know who they are and what their intentions are. We do not know how many of them are disguised as terrorists.”
Hungarian Prime Minister, Viktor Orban, has refused to participate in the EU’s quota plan to relocate 160,000 migrants across the continent and has even built a huge fence to seal off his country.
Earlier this year he announced his government will hold a referendum asking people: “Do you want the EU to prescribe the mandatory relocation of non-Hungarian citizens to Hungary without the approval of the Hungarian parliament?”
Mr Orban believes that Brussels has no right to redraw Europe’s cultural and religious identity and has positioned himself as a defender of European Christendom.
In March he said: “If we want to stop mass migration, we want to put the brakes on Brussels first.
“Brussels cannot be above the law.”When asked to name the “no-go” areas of London, Hungarian Government spokesman Zoltán Kovács said: “Everything is based on publicly available data and sources.”In December US Presidential hopeful Mr Trump provoked outrage when he proposed a blanket ban on Muslims entering America to protect people from terrorism.
Justifying the comments, the billionaire tycoon said there are areas of Britain and Europe which have become so radicalised that police are afraid to patrol there.
He said: “We have places in London and other places that are so radicalised that police are afraid for their own lives.”
The comments sparked an angry backlash, but some British policemen backed up the eccentric Republican saying there are areas of the country where extremism is rife.
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