These are predominantly young Muslim men arriving mostly from Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria, Algeria and many other Arabic and northern African nations. They are barred from leaving Greece towards other European nations so they are staying here. Greece is a country of about 10.5, million people with an aging, decreasing population. By Greek standards, 600-700 people is one new Muslim village daily. It's also about 250k people per year, equal to one Greek city of considerable size. At this rate it's very likely that in less than 20 years Greece, which is a Christian orthodox European nation, could be a Muslim majority country. Next to the small Greek town that I live in there is an immigrant hospitality center. In the last few years the crime rates have skyrocketed. The place that I grew up is now pretty much a Wild West where anything goes, police presence in non-existent or even worse, useless. Last week the town residents got together to discuss and agreed to fund and hire a private security firm to police the town streets because the Greek state can't be bothered. It's obvious that the Greek elite is very fond of what is happening, hoping that this will help solve Greece's ageing problem and increase the population/consumer base while providing below poverty-line worker salaries. I've never voted for the right, I am an atheist and a vegan. I try to show compassion for the hardships of other people. But is it wrong to not wish to live in a Muslim nation in many of which I would imprisoned or stoned for being gay?