Pakistani Muslim migrant arrested for Arson in Greece During Major Fires

More than 80 people have been killed and at least 100 injured as forest fires rage out of control in Greece. Authorities urged people to abandon their homes in two areas either side of the Greek capital. “I saw corpses, burned-out cars. I feel lucky to be alive,” said one woman after fire ripped through the resort of Mati, north-east of Athens.

The body of a popular Greek actress Chrysa Spilioti has been positively identified among the dead bodies recovered from the deadly fire in Greece. Her remains were identified on Sunday, confirming that Spilioti had died with her husband Dimitris Tournavitis during the fire.

ISIS already called on Muslim followerts to use arson as a weapon against a country. The method previously used in Israel as well and according to ISIS it can “impose terror on an entire country”. In the Israeli incident local Police arrested eight Arab Muslims who set some of the hundreds of large fires sparked across the land of Israel

As hundreds of thousands of Muslim migrants came to Europe, there are numerous terrorists and radicals among them as well.

A Pakistani migrant was arrested for trying to set fire near the military camp of Perama on Wednesday. The arrest has been confirmed by the local police. 

Perama is an area with a high concentration of refugees. The migrant was arrested and interrogated after being charged and prosecuted with arson. Local police confirmed to our reporter that a Pakistani migrant has been arrested in the area.

The heat of the Greek summer and the strong blowing winds could lead to a massive destruction as the military camp of Perama houses military equipment.

Civil Protection Minister Nikos Toskas told at a press conference that arson is a serious possibility. “We have serious indications and significant signs suggesting the criminal actions of arson,” he said.

It’s not the first time that migrants have started fires, with several cases of arson having been filed in the Moria migrant camp in lesbos.

The arrest of the Pakistani migrant comes only hours after the national tragedy that struck Greece, in which more than 80 Greeks perished and over 1000 houses were left destroyed.

July 2018 image from video provided by Elia Kallia, people escaping wildfires wade into the waters of the “Silver Coast” beach in Mati, Greece. (Elia Kallia via AP)

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