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Thursday, November 19, 2015

A Moment of Silence for Paris Victims?

Hat tip Jihad Watch


Not if you are in a Turkish soccer stadium.

Nor for Muslim pupils in an Italian school near Milan. Six Muslim girls walked out when asked to observe a moment of silence for the victims of the Paris attacks.

http://www.jihadwatch.org/2015/11/italy-muslim-pupils-refuse-to-observe-minute-of-silence-for-paris-victims

Ditto in the Netherlands, where Muslim students shouted, Allahu Akhbar or talked during a moment of silence.

http://www.telegraaf.nl/binnenland/24765445/__Minuut_stilte_verstoord__.html

"UTRECHT - 
Op meerdere scholen in Nederland hebben leerlingen maandag de minuut stilte verstoord voor de slachtoffers van de aanslagen in Parijs. Ze riepen bijvoorbeeld 'Allahu akbar' (Allah is groot) of ze praatten door de herdenking heen. De Stichting School en Veiligheid, een organisatie die scholen kan adviseren, zegt dat donderdag na een bericht van het Reformatorisch Dagblad. Het is niet bekend of de verstoorders de aanslagen steunden of alleen baldadig waren."

At several schools in the Netherlands, pupils on Monday disturbed a minute of silence for the victims of the attacks in Paris. They shouted, "Allahu Akhbar"  (God is great) or talked during the commemoration.  The School Safety Institute, which advises schools,  reported that Thursday in a report from the Reformist Daily. It is not known if the disruptors supported the attacks or were just being mischievous.


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