Germany: Muslim Organized Rally Against Terror, “Almost more German ministers than Muslims were there”


Well, there you have it — but a protest against “slandering” Muhammad or Islam?

“We are all Germany,” President tells Muslim rally (with very few Muslims).

Germany’s top politicians and leaders of religious communities joined a Muslim-organized solidarity rally in Berlin on Tuesday, calling for joint actions against terrorism and a peaceful coexistence between different religions.

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The German weekly STERN commented: Almost more German ministers than Muslims were there.

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Vigil in Berlin: Almost more than Muslims Minister

Published on January 13, 2015 from Medforth

If even the STAR is suspicious: (thanks to Fred)

And another thing touches a strange: Called to this rally had the Muslim associations and the Turkish community in Germany. Estimated 300,000 people live up to the Muslim faith in Berlin. Felt by these maybe one thousandth found on the Pariser Platz. About it bluntly: In this vigil almost more than ministers were Muslims.

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The Governing Mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller (left to right), President of the Bundestag Norbert Lammer, Federal President Joachim Gauck, chairman of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, Aiman ​​Mazyek, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Federal Minister Sigmar Gabriel and the Chairman of the Turkish community in Berlin, Bekir Yilmaz hook at a vigil for the victims of the attacks in France at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, © Maurizio Gambarini / DPA
The Governing Mayor of Berlin, Michael Müller (left to right), President of the Bundestag Norbert Lammer, Federal President Joachim Gauck, chairman of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany, Aiman ​​Mazyek, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Federal Minister Sigmar Gabriel and the Chairman of the Turkish community in Berlin, Bekir Yilmaz hook at a vigil for the victims of the attacks in France at the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, © Maurizio Gambarini / DPA

(Translated from German by Google)

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