DAILYKENN.com -- The prime minister of Turkey says his nation has reached the 'end of its capacity' with "refugees" from Syria.
Well over one million Islamic insurgents posing as refugees have invaded Western Europe in recent months. Virtually none have fled to other Islamic nations with cultures similar to Syria.
Turkish Deputy prime minister Numan Kurtulmus said his country is now hosting three million refugees.
His warning came as Turkey faced mounting pressure to open its border to tens of thousands more who have fled a Syrian government onslaught.
Turkish authorities say up to 35,000 Syrians have massed along the border, which remained closed for a third day yesterday.
Deputy prime minister Numan Kurtulmus said his country is now hosting three million refugees.
He said: “Turkey has reached the end of its capacity to absorb [refugees]. But in the end, these people have nowhere else to go.
“Either they will die beneath the bombings and Turkey will watch the massacre like the rest of the world, or we will open our borders.”
Mr Kurtulmus said 15,000 refugees from Syria had been admitted in the past few days.
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