The human waves of Muslims on the hijra will in fact continue until Europe gets serious.
Greece bracing for new surge of Syrian refugees
They were less than three miles from a detention facility in Mória – a re-purposed Greek prison laced with barbed wire, where refugees are now indefinitely held after smuggling themselves across the narrow strait from Turkey – and they were running in the opposite direction.
The prison here is Greece’s harsh response to a crushing tide of migrants, over half a million last year, which traumatized an island of 86,000 residents and cast it as a symbol of the Syrian refugee crisis. An agreement between the European Union and Turkey, which allows the EU to return every unregistered refugee arriving on Greek shores for one documented in Turkish camps, has largely halted that flow.