Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Islam Versus the West as expressed on the soccer field

Three Soccer games. Two different worlds. One problem.

From The Blaze:
"Istanbul fans boo minute of silence for Paris attacks, chant "Allahu akbar" before Turkey vs Greece soccer friendly"
(video at the link)

And from the Guardian:
 But as La Marseillaise rang around Wembley on Tuesday night in defiance of the terrorists who caused carnage in Paris, the fans who sang it did so in the knowledge that a friendly between Germany and Holland in Hanover had been cancelled just before kick-off due to security concerns.
 (video at the link)

And what about those "security concerns" in Hanover?

From the New York Daily News:
But police then ushered everyone outside, and later called off the game.
Officials later said they received a slew of tips indicating an attack, but have not found any explosives on the scene.
Was it a hoax, a failed attack that was aborted before it began, or a successful exploitation of European fears of a repeat of the attack on the French Soccer stadium by Islamic excrements, as part of an orchestrated campaign by Daesh to keep Europeans in a state of fear?

What's next?