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Spain: The Return of the Moorish Invasion

14,094 North Africans and sub-Saharan Africans invaded Spain in 2016, a figure nearly 4,000 larger than the Moorish army which invaded that country in 711 A.D., it has emerged. The 711 invasion led to an 800-year Muslim occupation of Iberia.

According to a new report by the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) titled “Spain Arrivals Dashboard January–December 2016,” the 14,094 strong invasion force consisted of 5,932 land invaders, and 8,162 sea invaders.

In 711 A.D., the Moorish armies under Tariq bin Ziyad, a new convert to Islam from the Berber tribe of Algeria, comprising 300 Arabs and 10,000 Berber converts to Islam, landed at Gibraltar after crossing from North Africa.

The Moorish armies swept through much of Spain, and were only finally halted in their drive to conquer all of western Europe by the Frankish king Charles Martel at the Battle of Tours in October 732.

According to the UNHCR figures, all land invaders entered either through the enclave of Melilla (3,831 persons, 65 percent of the total who came by land) or Ceuta (2,101 persons of 35 percent of those who came by land).

In 2016, most sea invaders disembarked at the Spanish mainland, after being rescued in the Mediterranean by Spanish and EU fleets. 6,305 disembarked on the Andalusian shores, while 674 disembarked on the eastern coast.

Sea invaders to the Canary Islands (672) as well as to the enclaves of Ceuta (441) and Melilla (70) were also recorded in 2016.

In 2016, most sea invaders originated from western African countries, namely Côte d’Ivoire (1,772 persons, or 22 percent), The Gambia (898, or 11 percent), Guinea (1,029, or 13 percent), and Cameroon (677 or 8 percent).

Other sea invaders came from northern Africa, particularly Algeria (1,602, or 20 percent) and Morocco (674, or 8 percent). As in previous years, 2016 sea invaders were predominantly young men (83 percent).

In 2016, land invaders predominantly originated from Syria (1,925, or 32 percent). 70 percent of Syrian invaders were women and children who traveled by land to Melilla in North Africa.

Other land invaders originated from Guinea (1,604, or 27 percent), Algeria (792, or 13 percent), Cameroon (393, or 7 percent), Morocco (194, or 3 percent), and the Occupied Palestinian Territories (174, or 3 percent).

Most land invaders originating from sub-Saharan African countries were young men who jumped over the border fences. Women and children traveling by land most commonly hid inside vehicles crossing the border.

In 2016, the five most common nationalities of sea and land invaders to Spain were Syria (9,121, or 30 percent), Guinea (4,846, or 16 percent), Algeria (4,113, or 13 percent), Côte d´Ivoire (2,641, or 9 percent), and Cameroon (1,888, or 6 percent).

While Guinean invaders remained comparable to 2015, Ivoirian invaders have increased significantly. On the other hand, while Syrian invaders had decreased toward the end of 2015, they have been increasing again since August 2016, with monthly invaders averaging 250.

The Western Mediterranean route has thus become the second most frequently used EU entry point for Syrians traveling by land, the UNHCR report concluded.


Recommended Reading: Jihad: Islam’s 1,300 Year War on Western Civilization, which includes a chapter dealing specifically with the Moorish invasion of Spain and its consequences.

“For centuries, violent Muslims have been trying to capture Europe for Islam. Sweeping out from its origin in Saudi Arabia, Islam has expanded through violent conquest into North Africa, the Middle and Near East—and very nearly into Europe itself, attacking through Spain, Italy, and the Balkans.” Details here.

 

8 Comments

  1. do you not realize, that you are being invaded? i realized that in 2015, and i am just an educated housewife. once you call them invaders, maybe you can deal with it accordingly.
    they are running rough shot over europe. the history of islam is violent. what is the appeal of this cult? but one can not say anything, because it is not pc. one generation from now, the europeans will wring their hands, and wonder what happened.

     
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    1. Yes, and where the hell is NATO? Big, bad NATO that pledges all will defend if one is attacked? It appears that they don’t know an invasion when it slaps them in the face! It is no longer fit for purpose.

      One generation from now will be our children and they will wonder what madness their parents succumbed to.

       
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  2. I cannot imagine why Spain does not have machinegunners on their border. Were it my decision that would be the order of the day, and the invading hoards would be cut down in their tracks.

     
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    1. You’d only need one, and shoot about ten of them, then they would stop, but no, the UN which has open ambitions about the ethnic cleasing of the white races, would decree that the shhoting stopped, the culprits be incarcerated, as a minimum, and the invasion be allowed to recommence. We desperately need President Trump to succeed, tear down the UN, arrest Soros, Sutherland, Clinton and Obama, and maybe, just maybe, we can become Europe again, the EU will fail of it’s own accord, the UN must go, as st most ‘Human rights’, white don’t have any!

       
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  3. será un español quien limpie y unifique a Europa, esta vez para siempre. Parece mentira ¿verdad? Esperemos unos pocos años.

     
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  4. Visited a small town in Spain in 2015 in the middle of nowhere, but in the town square there were groups of these Africans being the eye sore that they are.

     
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