Best video yet of Â Bulgarians resisting Â the mosqueteers. (thanks to Vlad Tepes)
On Friday over 2,000 people, some of them “football hooligans”, assembled in Plovdiv in protest against the Bulgarian Chief Mufti’s office’s claim to ownership of an old mosque in nearby Karlovo.Â
SOFIA (Reuters) – Bulgarian police detained more than 120 people on Friday after hundreds of nationalists and soccer fans attacked a mosque in the country’s second city Plovdiv, smashing its windows with stones.
Over 2,000 people had gathered outside a Plovdiv court as it heard an appeal case dealing with the return of an ancient mosque in the central city of Karlovo, taken over by the state more than 100 years ago, to Bulgaria’s Chief Mufti, the Muslim religious authority.
Bulgaria has a long history of being subjected to Islamic oppression and exploitation. These so called “hooligans” who protested Â are the people who don’t like to see history repeated.
All western governments seem to lack Â the courage Â to enforce their Â laws against the mosques. These mosques are beachheads for the Islamic expansion project; Â they are, without exception, Â all engaged in a variety of crimes, Â from incitement to murder to sedition, hate speech, espionage, conspiracy to destroy the infidel Â governments and to replace the laws of the land with the sharia.
4 Sentenced after Bulgaria Mosque Attack
Two of them will remain two more days in custody, while the other two will have to pay fines worth BGN 400 (EUR 203).
Another eight hooligans are expected to hear their sentences on Monday, Nova TV informs.
On Friday over 2,000 people, some of them football hooligans, assembled inÂ PlovdivÂ inÂ protestÂ against the Bulgarian Chief Mufti’s office’s claim to ownership of an oldÂ mosqueÂ in nearbyÂ Karlovo, which for many decades has not served as temple.
The rally inÂ PlovdivÂ turned violent, as hooligans started throwing stones and flaming rockets into the city’s Cumaya (Dzhumaya) mosque.
Then they attempted to also attack the Turkish consulate, but were dispersed by riotÂ police, who detained 120 of them.
The majority of those detained were quickly released.
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