Muslims Praise the Paris Jihadists as MARTYRS during Moment of Silence at Turkish and Greece Soccer Game

Before today’s Greece vs. Turkey friendly soccer match in Istanbul, both teams shared a moment of silence to honor the victims of the Paris attacks. UEFA, Europe’s governing soccer body, requested that all European international games hold a minute of silence before the start of their matches and wear black armbands.

But is that what happened?


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Many of the fans began with screeching and whistling and loud obnoxious boos, followed by the famous Muslim chant of the Martyrs from the Quran. “[Muslim] Martyrs do not die” alongside “homeland won’t be divided” (Şehitler Ölmez Vatan Bölünmez) was shouted by tens of thousands of these bastard Muslim Turks.

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To understand what “Martyrs do not die” means, we must look to the Quran, where it says the following in Surah 2:


Which means:

Those who are killed in the cause of Allah: Do not call them dead. In fact they are living, though you can not perceive that life.”

So these bastard Muslim Turks were praising the jihadists that perpetrated the Paris attacks as martyrs, based on the Quran, during the moment of silence for the victims in the Paris attacks. How sick!

When these Turkish Muslims chant ‘indivisible homeland’, they are referring to Turkish Muslims always being united as a nation. The Turks hate the Greeks, as well as the Kurds, and many are against their nation being divided between the Greeks in Cyprus and the Kurds in Kurdistan.

Here is a video of the chant in Turkish, where they are chanting Şehitler Ölmez Vatan Bölünmez:


There are some reporting that the crowd chanted ‘Allahu Akbar’, but we cannot confirm this based on our listening to the chants. While it’s possible they chanted this as well, we know with certainty that the crowd chanted what we reported above, which is more specific and potent than simply ‘Alllahu Akbar’.


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