Tuesday, 17 November 2015

At the football match between Ireland and Bosnia, some of the fans (I'm going to take a wild guess and say the Muslim Bosnians) disrupt the minute of silence. You can hear the noise they make more clearly in the video below.

  In Belgium, school pupils refused to honour the minute of silence.
On Monday, six pupils at a school in Schaerbeek refused to observe a minute of silence in homage to the victims of the attacks in Paris. It was four girls and two boys aged around 15 in the 3rd year of secondary school, professional section. 
They preferred to leave the class than engage in reflection. The management and municipality are taking the affair seriously. The institution immediately summoned the parents and informed the local authority, as had been requested of each school in Schaerbeek [tn: so an anticipated problem then]. 
Sanctions have already been taken, as explained by Michel De herde, municipal magistrate responsible for public instruction: "Detention, there is also going to be an education action to explain to them what is going on. They will be called upon to explain themselves and, depending on the explanations given, there may be a second harder sanction taken."

Here is more booking and Allah Akbar-ing during the "minute of silence" at the Turkey-Greece match.



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