Violent demonstrations like this one in Athens in 2010 show a rising tide of anger and frustration in economically enfeebled Greece.(Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images)
Violent demonstrations like this one in Athens in 2010 show a rising tide of anger and frustration in economically enfeebled Greece.
(Aris Messinis/AFP/Getty Images)

Pogroms in Greece: Racist Violence Sweeps the Nation

September 1, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
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Masked men on motorbikes patrol the streets of Greece, attacking immigrants and then driving off. Mobs armed with improvised weapons beat them in public squares. Neo-Nazis have been elected to Greece’s parliament, with slogans like “Foreigners out!” and “The garbage should leave the country!”

“People coming from war zones are scared to go out at night in Athens for fear of being attacked.”
— Judith Sunderland, Human Rights Watch
In the wake of Greece’s financial crisis, the country has a racism crisis.

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