Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Muslims Riot In Belgium - Jewish Neighborhoods Sealed

The sign says it all, don't it? Muslims think they have found one of their own in Obama. 

Will Obama give them what they want?

Eurabians inspired by the Messiah

More jihad and Jew-hatred in Europe. "Antwerp: Arab riots, Jewish neighborhood sealed," fromIslam In Europe, December 31 (thanks to Rudi):

These riots were expected, given the massive incitement that accompanied the organization of the demonstrations.


The demonstration that the Arab European League (AEL) in Borgerhout (Antwerp) organized against the bombardments of the Gaza Strip, has gotten completely out of hand. After the protest disbanded the demonstrators marched towards the Jewish neighborhood in Antwerp, clashing with the police. In particular car windows suffered, but also trams and buses were attacked.

The AEL held a protest action in the Kerkstraat in Borgerhout from 2pm. The protesters demanded the immediate suspension of the bombardments of the Gaza Strip and of the violence against the civilian population. Already during the demonstration in Borgerhout there were heated moments here and there.

The situation truly got out of hand when the demonstration disbanded at about 3:15pm. A group of protesters then marched towards the Jewish neighborhood in Antwerp. 

The police had completely closed off the neighborhood upon which started a cat-and-mouse game. The situation threatened to get out of hand and at about 3:25pm the police arrived with more manpower in order to drive out the protesters. At about 4pm the riots moved again to Borgerhout, in the area of the Turnhoutsebaan.

The protesters caused much damage, in particular to car windows but also trams and basses were attacked. The De Lijn bus company is diverting all buses and trams on the Turnhoutsebaan-Carnotstraat-Rooseveltplaats route. [...]

During today's demonstration damage was done, also in the Antwerp Diamantwijk (Diamond Center) where many Jews live and work. Today there is no activity in the sector, according to Freilich. Most shops are closed. Meanwhile the riots of isolated groups of protesters moved to Borgerhout and the Turnhoutsebaan area. The police is out in force.

There's also an issue of the Hamas flags which were present in the demonstration in Brussels for the suspension of the bombardments on the Gaza Strip . According to Freilich the green flag with the white text of Hamas is a banned symbol in Belgium of a terrorist organization. [...]

Various protesters in Brussels held the famous Hamas flag. The Jewish community is shocked that this is allowed. [...]


jeppo said...

If only there was an anti-Islamist and pro-Israel political party in Antwerp that would stand up to these thugs. Oh wait

Pastorius said...

It seems to me the police did stand up to the Muslims here. But, maybe I'm wrong.

There is no doubt that, too often, the governments of Europe have stood against their own laws and in favor of the Jihadists.