Thursday, February 09, 2017

Police hunt thugs who threatened to KILL nursery kids ‘in the name of Allah’

 The Ingolstadt nursery
POLICE are hunting for the culprits that daubed a nursery in graffito threatening to kill the children “in the name of Allah”.A vandal daubed a threatening message on the outside of a nursery school at night in the Bavarian city of Ingolstade, in two foot high letters. The police were called by staff when they arrived for work at the centre on Luitpold Street. Chief executive Sabine Pfeffer said: “If was important of us to calm parents and employees who partly were already worried.”The nursery also held a meeting with the governing association of the centre to discuss what measures would be taken. The centre then issued a letter and email to parents about the incident in an attempt to calm fears. Once the police had finished their initial investigation the offending graffito was removed.Christina Drexler, the director of the nursery said: “We removed it as soon as the police were ready.” The police have appealed for information regarding the incident and to help them track down anyone involved. Günther Beck, spokesman for the police station in Upper Bavaria North, said: “Perhaps a passer-by or someone who was walking their dog saw something.”No motive has yet been established for the vandalism, according to the police report. A mass brawl between teenage migrants broke out in the German city of Ludwigshafen at the end of last month with around 40 youths involved in the fighting outside the Rheingalerie at around 7.20pm. A squad of 70 officers arrived but by the time they had arrived the culprits had fled, leaving one person injured who is believed not to have been involved in the skirmish.Bavaria, in the south of Germany, has witnessed a number of incidents due to the influx of migrants to the state. The mayor of the town of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Dr Sigrid Meierhofer, wrote to the Vice President of Upper Bavaria in October last year saying that the refugees in her town were creating an “explosive situation” and she feared for the future. The former President of Bavaria Edmund Stoiber said last month that the ongoing migrant crisis in Europe would tear the European Union apart. He wrote: “The refugee crisis has exposed a fundamental cultural and social rift in Europe.“The, in my opinion wrong, decision of Germany to open its borders to the refugees stranded in Hungary, to keep them open until the closure of the Balkan route, and the subsequent wave of migration have split Europe.“This has meant that the other EU countries have regarded the management of the refugee flow as a German problem. “It is high time that a compromise solution at European level is found for the refugee policy.”

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