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Earlier this month we called on authorities to demolish 'The Jungle' in Calais, France. The Jungle is a makeshift camp where thousands of Islamic insurgents live, hoping to stow away across the English Channel into Britain.
Authorities are awaiting a court order to bulldoze the camp.
Meanwhile, Islamic insurgents are fleeing into Belgium.
To control the invasion, Belgium has reintroduced border controls. European Union nations removed border controls as part of the The Schengen Agreement in 1985.
Belgium has reintroduced border controls with France to halt the arrival of migrants from the Calais 'Jungle' camp in a new blow to the EU's passport-free travel zone.
The move came as a French judge delayed a ruling on the demolition of the refugee camp just hours before a deadline for residents to be evicted.
Referring to the 26-country borderless area, Belgian Interior Minister Jan Jambon said: 'We have informed the European Commission that we will temporarily depart from Schengen rules.'
Earlier, thousands of migrants faced having their homes demolished after being given until 8pm local time (7pm GMT) today to quit their makeshift homes or face bulldozers being sent in.
But a source in the court in the northern city of Lille said the decision had been pushed back, adding that a ruling was not expected until Wednesday or Thursday.
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