In regards to the still-ongoing flood of Muslim migrants and refugees into Europe, there is no question that the various liberal governments have bent over backwards to accommodate their new “guests.”
The same can not be said for the European peoples, who have been at times imposed upon and forced to accept foreign customs and practices above their own long-standing traditions; they are increasingly pushing back against what many view as little more than an invasion of their countries and towns by a hostile force.
Even some of the children have shown more backbone than the governments in the face of the growing Muslim oppression of non-Muslims, as was reported recently in the French-language Belgian media outlet La Capitale.
They tell the story of a 7-year-old second-grader with the pseudonym of Nazim, who ultimately stood up to a known violent Muslim bully in his school who had repeatedly given him grief over not being a Muslim.
When faced with the choice of submitting to the bully or facing a beating for his supposed heresy, Nazim told the bully “I do not believe in Allah,” which of course earned him a brutal beating from the young follower of the religion of peace.
Eventually the boy’s father found out about the bully and the beating. He praised his son for being defiant towards the Muslim bully and standing strong in the face of oppression for his beliefs, or lack thereof, to be more accurate.
As the father told La Capitale, according to Mad World News:
“The incident happened several days ago but my son wanted to hide the even. When he finally told me, his voice was trembling because he was traumatized. For this little boy, he does not believe in Allah. To him, it’s forbidden. We are non-religious people but we teach our children that they have the freedom to make their own decisions about religion.”
Sadly, this kind of intimidation is most likely not an isolated incident, but one of many similar occurrences that have been reported all across Europe. Unfortunately, until the European people stand up as a whole and make drastic changes to their governments, these types of things will continue to happen with increasing frequency and heightened violence.
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