Thursday, February 22, 2018

Neumünster / Germany: Muslims praying on the track cause train cancellations

Yesterday evening, around 9.30 pm, the Federal Police was called to an extraordinary operation at Neumünster railway station. Train crews had seen two men in the track, one of them had lit up with a flashlight, the second had prayed right next to the track. The railway track in question was closed for 30 minutes. When asked to leave the danger zone, the Muslims said that they were not yet ready to pray. Shortly afterwards, the men moved away. Based on the description of the persons, the federal police officers employed were also able to identify the men in question. They admitted that they had gone to the track area to pray because it was too bright on the platform. After establishing their identity, which was a 20-year-old Kosovar and a 17-year-old Macedonian, the two men were informed of the danger to life they had gone to. They received an ad. Two trains were cancelled and two more trains were delayed.

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