Police in Duisburg and Düsseldorf Ban Israeli Flags to Appease Muslim Hordes…….

Sickening, to the point of vomiting. German police seem not to have learned from their recent past, that being, to cower in the face of intimidation and threats of violence, will only produce more intimidation and threats of violence. It’s a never ending cycle until one stands up to it.

J’lem Post: German police officials in the cities of Duisburg and Düsseldorf, located in the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, prohibited pro-Israeli supporters from displaying Israeli flags.

During an anti-Israeli demonstration organized by the radical Islamic group, Milli Görüs, which attracted 10,000 protesters last Saturday in Duisburg, two police officers stormed the apartment of a 25-year-old student and his 26-year-old girlfriend and seized Israeli flags hanging on the balcony and inside a window. The hostile crowd pelted stones and other objects at the flags.

A video that appears on YouTube shows an angry crowd in front of the apartment house and the police forcibly seizing the Israeli flags. The confiscation of the flags was greeted by cheers from the anti-Israeli protesters.

The student told the online magazine Spiegel that he wanted to show “solidarity with the sole democracy in the region,” and complained about societal indifference in Germany toward Hamas rocket attacks on Israel.

“Can anyone imagine the German police going into a private home to remove a Hamas flag?” Dr. Efraim Zuroff, director of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Jerusalem, said in a statement.

“This type of response will only encourage more aggressive and violent behavior by anti-Israel demonstrators and send the message that in Germany, Jews and supporters of Israel do not enjoy the full protection of the law,” he said.

The Tundra Tabloids agree in full. Shame on the lot of them. KGS

Helsinki 13.01.09

The Finns haven’t caved to Islam, not as long the Tundra Tabloids is keeping watch.

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