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After the Nice terror attack: demonstrators in Berlin chant "Allahu Akbar"

BERLIN. In the Berlin district of Neukölln, around 150 demonstrators protested against the allegedly Islamophobic policies of France on Thursday evening. During the rally, they repeatedly shouted "Allahu Akbar" and held up posters relating to the Prophet Mohammed, reported the Tagesspiegel . A few hours earlier, three people had been killed in an Islamist attack in France .

Investigators are said to have identified members of the Islamist scene among the participants in the demonstration. The mood was heated.

The chairman of the AfD parliamentary group in the Berlin House of Representatives, Georg Pazderski, said in view of the pictures from Neukölln: "How long do we want to suppress the fact that a time bomb is ticking in Germany?"

Above: "The response in #Neukölln on today's beheadings and murders in #Nizza: Spontaneous rally with shouts of Allahu Akbar. Who is this solidarity rally for? How long do we want to suppress the fact that a time bomb is ticking in Germany?"

The reason for the demonstration was the dispute between France and Turkey over the publication of cartoons of Mohammed. Because he had shown such pictures, the teacher Samuel Paty was beheaded in Paris on October 16 by an 18-year-old Chechen.

Due to the latest attacks, security authorities in Germany are also warning of possible copycats. The Berlin State Association of German History Teachers said last week that out of alleged consideration for Muslim students, certain contents were not being discussed in the classroom.

Source: Junge Freiheit
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