You may not have heard about this, but Muslim "youths" have been rioting in Denmark for five days now. USA Today had a short AP piece on this yesterday.
Some observers said immigrant youths were protesting against perceived police harassment and suggested the reprinting of a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad in Danish newspapers Wednesday, may have aggravated the situation.The picture above, however, is not one of the cars or trash bins noted in the AP story. Instead, that is a picture of the Værebro School in flames. The "immigrant youths" are burning schools over alleged perceived police harassment, and because cartoons of their so-called prophet were recently reprinted as a show of support to the artists who have been continuously targeted for death by devoted followers of Islam. Here's the story about the school being torched from the Danish Ekstra Bladet (my amateur translation follows the original Danish).
"They feel provocations and discrimination by the police that stop then [sic] now and then to check them," Copenhagen social worker Khalid Al-Subeihi said. "It doesn't make it easier when the cartoons come back again."
The youths set dozens of fires in several districts of Copenhagen, torching cars and trash bins and in some cases hurling rocks at police.
Værebro Skole i Bagsværd sat i brand. Politiet indfører skærpet tilsyn med skolebygninger i KøbenhavnsområdetReligion of peace or violent death cult? You be the judge.
Dele af Værebro Skole ved Værebroparken i Bagsværd var torsdag aften klokken 23 omspændt af flammer, efter at ukendte gerningsmænd havde antændt brand flere steder på skolebygningen.
Værebro School in Bagsværd set on fire. The police step-up monitoring of school buildings in the Copenhagen area.
Parts of Værebro School near Værebro Park in Bagsværd were engulfed by flames at 11:00 p.m. Thursday evening, after unknown perpetrators had lit fires in multiple areas of the school building.
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