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Belgian vice PM acknowledges Muslim street celebrations following Brussels attacks

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (JTA) – In the days following terrorist attacks in Brussels, street celebrations broke out in several places in Belgium, the county’s vice prime minister said.

Jan Jambon made the statement about the March 22 bombings, which killed 35 people, on Wednesday during a symposium titled “Terrorism, Israel and International Law” and organized by the Dutch anti-racism and pro-Israel lobby group CIDI, or the Center of Information and Documentation on Israel, in The Hague.

Jambon, a rightist politician, made the remark while acknowledging Belgium has a jihadism problem. One of Europe’s smallest countries, Belgium is the continent’s biggest per capita source of jihadists fighting in Syria and Iraq, CNN reported. In February, Jambon revealed Belgium’s intelligence services have flagged 451 citizens as jihadists.

h/t Jihad Watch

  • The Butterfly

    Not refugees, not immigrants, not Belgians, not Europeans.

    But invaders.

    Does anyone know what legal remedies are available to us to resist invasion?

    • Achmed

      Submit or emigrate elsewhere.

      • mobuyus

        No future for your death cult here on this planet goat-humper.

  • Barrington Minge

    Well, i suppose if you are a thick-as-pigshit no hoper you have to celebrate something……

  • Hard Little Machine

    Odds are there will be another mass attack in Belgium in 2 months. It will topple the government. Belgium will cease to exist as a single country in 2-3 years.

  • simus1

    Europe is a pretty large place.
    You would think there are poverty stricken areas throughout it that would look with considerable favour on the prospect of getting their share of running a few hundred very large internment camps with Euroland paying all the bills. Holding hundreds of thousands of jihadis and other chronic muslim misfits awaiting deportation to their native shitholes would instantly boost their economies and it isn’t exactly rocket science.