Dalai Lama: too many refugees in Europe

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In an interview published Tuesday, May 31 by the German press, the Tibetan spiritual leader said that “too much” of refugees were now on European soil since the wave of influx of last year, believing that these seeking safety migrants were to stay on the mainland for a limited period.

“When we look at the face of every refugee, especially children and women, we feel their suffering and a human being who has better living conditions has the responsibility to help them.

 But on the other hand, there is too much now, “said the Dalai Lama in the columns of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung.” Europe, Germany in particular, can become an Arab country, the Germany is Germany, “he said.

“There’s so that it becomes difficult in practice. And morally, I also find that these refugees should not be accepted provisionally. The goal should be that they return (to their countries) and help rebuild their country, “also considers the Dalai Lama.

Above is a translation from the French article in Atlantico  found here. https://translate.google.com/translate?hl=en&sl=auto&tl=en&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.atlantico.fr%2Fpepites%2Fcrise-migrants-selon-dalai-lama-trop-refugies-se-trouvent-en-europe-2717579.html&anno=2&sandbox=1  

Hat tip to Mark Stradley at http://independentfilmnewsandmedia.com/

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