by Oliver Lane
Police in riot gear were called to a so-called refugee camp over the
weekend after hundreds of men brawled violently over different
interpretations of the Quran, resulting in five hospitalisations.
The brawl in the early hours of Sunday morning in the Leimen camp
in Baden-Württemberg, Germany was triggered by inter-Islamic friction
between different interpretations of the faith. Pakistani Muslims at the
migrant centre had discovered that a group of Muslims from Afghanistan
had been drinking alcohol and accused them of being “bad Muslims” for
doing so, reports the Stuttgarter Nachrichten.
The situation quickly escalated from this point and resulted in a
violent riot. Two squad cars initially responded to reports of a fight,
but a call for backup resulted in a total of 32 police vehicles on the
scene, with attendant officers.
Remarkably, there were no arrests, but a police spokesman said ten
Afghans were taken to a nearby police station to sober up. Of the 500
reported to be living at the migrant centre, some 200 were involved in
the brawl, reports Focus.
This is not the first time religious differences between Muslims has
led to blows among co-religionists in Germany’s overcrowded migrant
Breitbart London reported
in August on another such riot, the intensity of which forced riot
police to take cover in a nearby building as the warring Muslim groups
united to face their common enemy, the forces of law and order in
The violence started over differing interpretations of the Koran,
which was exacerbated by one Muslim tearing out the pages of a Koran and
stuffing them down a toilet to demonstrate his strength of feeling. The
friction manifested itself in mass demonstrations and unbridled
violence, as the migrants trashed their own home, tearing down partition
walls, smashing windows and breaking down doors while setting fires.
As the rioters turned on police officers and journalists alike fled
the scene as rampaging men with iron bars charged while screaming
“Allahu Akbar”. Six police officers were hospitalised, along with 12
rioters. The same migrant camp has now risen in protest three times.