9 Sep 2020 An open air prison. Andreas Kluth. It almost doesn’t matter who started the fires this week in the squalid refugee camp on Lesbos called Moria, leaving thousands to sleep on the streets. by The Frontier Post. It almost doesn’t matter who started the fires this week in the squalid refugee camp on Lesbos called Moria, leaving thousands to sleep on the streets. About 25 firefighters with 10 engines battled the flames as migrants were evacuated. ‘Everything is burning’: Refugees flee as fire guts Moria camp Crowds of refugees rush to escape the fire that destroyed the overcrowded Greek camp, home to some 13,000 people. Fire has destroyed Greece’s largest migrant camp, the overcrowded Moria facility on the island of Lesbos. The burning of Moria is all of Europe’s fault. Moria was hell. September 12, 2020. The concept for the Moria camp was developed in Germany, and it was established and operated with the help of the EU. Now Moria is gone, there are few that will mourn its passing. It’s by far the worst fire Moria have ever seen, and it would take a miracle if … ... Thousands sleeping rough after the burning down of Moria … Total destruction. Add Comment. It is unclear how the fires began, with some blaming the migrants and others blaming Greek locals. Moria is burning, again.. Tonight several fires broke out in the notorious Moria refugee camp on Lesvos. ... „It is the night that #Moria is burning to the ground,” says one friend. NGOs in Lesbos have warned that a humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding on the roads around the still burning Moria camp, where thousands of … There were more children held there—4,000—than the total … Some suffered injuries from smoke exposure. The Burning of Moria Is All of Europe’s Fault. Written by The Frontier Post. It was short before Tuesday midnight when fires broke out in several parts in- and outside the Moria camp. Authorities said they were investigating arson at the sprawling camp. The Burning of Moria Is All of Europe’s Fault. 13,000 people on the streets. Wednesday, 16 September, 2020 - 06:30 Andreas Kluth A. By . A. Andreas Kluth. Until the EU fixes its broken refugee policies, it will stumble from one humanitarian disaster to another. Or perhaps today he is left, like thousands of others, with just the possessions he managed to grab as he fled the burning camp. Refugees and migrants carry their belongings as they flee from a fire burning at the Moria camp on the island of Lesbos, Greece, on Sept. 9, 2020. The powerful winds quickly spread the flames around, through containers and tents. Moria was massively overcrowded, detaining 13,000 refugees in an area built for 2,800 people. The Moria camp, which hosts more than 12,000 people, was “probably totally destroyed”, a Greek migration official said.