Belgium is burning after three explosions at Brussels’ international airport and Maelbeek metro station killed at least 34 people and wounded over 200. ISIS is taking credit for the attacks.
— Eta Centauri (η Cen) (@ECentauri) March 22, 2016
A video of people fleeing the airport reveals the chaos:
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On Twitter, ISIS backers tweeted:
“What will be coming is worse,”
“We have come to you with slaughter,”
“What a beautiful day today,” one man wrote, calling the victims “Belgium supporters” (not civilians).
“F*** Belgium. Belgium wanted to bomb the Islamic state Now enjoy what your hands have sown.”
“A lot of duas [prayers] were answered today.”
This should come as no surprise. Belgium, and its capital city Brussels, has an Islamist population of over 25 percent.
Islamification of Belgium
The Islamification of Belgium has completely transformed this tiny country (the size of Hawaii), once known for its creation of “pomme frites” and Hercule Poirot, into an unrecognizable European state.
According to Belgian sociologist Felice Dassetto, Belgium will become an Islamic-majority country by 2030. Already, more than 26 percent of its capital city Brussels’ metropolitan population are Islamists (300,000), who comprise roughly half of the country’s Islamic population. In Antwerp, Belgium’s second-largest city, an estimated 40 percent of elementary school children are Muslim. In 2011, Antwerp became its first city to allow the country’s first Islamic Sharia law court to operate.
This is coincides with Sharia4Beligum’s goal to completely conquer its 11 million people. And– the newly established Islam Party vows to implement Islamic Sharia law.
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