Thursday, March 31, 2016

Muslims celebrated in Belgian streets after the Brussels bombings

the carriage of the Brussels Metro train after it was Muslimized
In the days following terrorist attacks in Brussels, street celebrations broke out in several places in Belgium, the county’s vice-prime minister said.

Jan Jambon made the statement about the March 22 bombings, which killed 35 people, on Wednesday during a symposium titled “Terrorism, Israel and International Law” and organized by the Dutch anti-racism and pro-Israel lobby group CIDI, or the Center of Information and Documentation on Israel, in The Hague.

It should provide the opportunity for valuable intelligence for authorities on who the country's worst internal enemies are -- if the authorities bothered to record these people.  Most of them will be on welfare benefits.

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