The gates of fortress Europe are firmly closed in 2020, leaving only a few loopholes. At few places refugees do manage to cross the borders. On is the Greek Aegean island of Lesvos, which has become a focal point of the eastern Mediterranean migration route. The largest refugee camp in Europe, is located in the island. Conflicts emerge on the spot. At the end of February 2020, parts of the island's population turn against refugees. Raphael Knipping and me were on site for a month and put together a long-read, multimedia reportage, that can be accessed freely.