VIDEO: Syrian refugees beaten by European border police in the rain

#أنظروا إلى حال اللاجئين السوريين في أوروبا المتحضرة !! هذا هو حالهم ..

#أنظروا إلى حال اللاجئين السوريين في أوروبا المتحضرة !! هذا هو حالهم .. انشروها على كل الصفحات وشاركوها فضلاً تضامناً مع إخوانك المسلمين .. علقوا بأي كلمة لاجلهم .. تقوم إدارة الفيسبوك بحجب المنشورات عن الاعضاء الغير متفاعلين ولذلك يجب عليك التعليق بكلمة (تم) او الاعجاب حتى لا تحجب عنك المنشورات

Posted by ‎وكالة برق الإخبارية‎ on Friday, January 5, 2018

Video footage of Syrian refugees, including women and children, being beaten by European border police in the rain.

5Pillars cannot verify which country’s border police they are but it is believed to be Greece or Hungary. 

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