Al Jazeera, “Greek anarchists cook in solidarity for refugees”

Athens, Greece – The walls of the Greek capital’s Exarcheia neighbourhood are cloaked in political graffiti, with slogans denouncing authority and others pledging solidarity with new arrivals as the refugee crisis continues to shake Europe.

“Have fun swimming in bloody waters this summer,” one reads, an insult leveled at tourists which refers to the thousands of asylum seekers who have drowned making their way to Europe.

“Solidarity to refugees and migrants,” another declares.

Deep in Exarcheia, where police can seldom enter without prompting clashes with local anarchists and leftists, activists have created a community of collective dining facilities and temporary residence halls for refugees and migrants.

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