Years ago they were calling us fear mongers for predicting what will happen once muslim demographics reach a certain number. Now Austrians (and others around Europe) are fearing that their capital has sharia no-go zones where they can’t enter.
Father is hospitalised by ‘Sharia patrol’ in Austria after he told them to stop threatening his wife and daughter for not being properly dressed as fears rise of no-go areas in Vienna
Austrians fear parts of Vienna are becoming no-go areas after a father was attacked by a ‘Sharia patrol’ when he told them to stop threatening his wife and daughter for not being correctly dressed
- Self-styled Sharia patrols have reportedly been visiting bars in Vienna
- They go around making sure Chechen women are dressed appropriately
- One man tried to stop patrol from hassling his Chechen wife and daughter
- But after stepping in they attacked him and he had to be taken to hospital
Austrians fear parts of Vienna are becoming no-go areas after a father was attacked by a ‘Sharia patrol’ when he told them to stop threatening his wife and daughter for not being correctly dressed.
As various factions of migrants stake claims to territory in the city, it has been reported that the self-styled Sharia patrols have been visiting clubs and bars in the Millennium City area to make sure Chechen women were properly dressed and acting appropriately.
However, when one Austrian man tried to step in to stop the patrol from hassling his Chechen wife and daughter, he ended up being hospitalised.
It came as violence escalated across Vienna at the weekend, with more than 50 young men from the Afghan and Chechen communities clashing in the city centre.
The gang had attacked each other with planks of wood, iron bars and knives. Two of those injured are in intensive care and their condition is described as critical.
Police say that the row – which involved around 40 people from Afghanistan attacking 10 from Chechnya – had centred around a social media row on Facebook.