Next EU Council President Says ‘Islam Has No Place In My Country’

Slovakia's Prime Minister Robert Fico addresses a news conference after a European Union leaders extraordinary summit on the migrant crisis in Brussels, Belgium September 24, 2015.  REUTERS/Francois Lenoir
Slovakia’s Prime Minister Robert Fico addresses a news conference after a European Union leaders extraordinary summit on the migrant crisis in Brussels, Belgium September 24, 2015. REUTERS/Francois Lenoir

The next EU Council president says “Islam has no place” in his eastern European nation of Slovakia.

Robert Fico is in his third term as Slovakia’s prime minister. He warned in May that “migrants change the character of our country” and vowed he would not allow such change to affect his nation.

“Multiculturalism is a fiction,” Fico said. “Once you let migrants in, you can face such problems” referring to the sex attacks by Muslim migrants on German women in Cologne on New Year’s Eve.

Fico has argued that Slovakia has no obligation to house Muslim refugees and the nation has refused to participate in the EU’s refugee relocation program.

“Since Slovakia is a Christian country, we cannot tolerate an influx of 300,000 to 400,000 Muslim immigrants who would like to start building mosques all over our land and trying to change the nature, culture and values of the state,” he said.

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SOURCE: CBN News
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