Two police officers have been stabbed in Brussels in a possible terrorist incident, Belgian prosecutors say.
How many Muslim attacks shall we have to endure in EU before some realist tells things how they are and stop lying to us that Islam is a religion of peace!
Islam is a religion only of death and hate to non believers that s a fact no matter what passport the terrorist owns, So its not racist to say that one is anti Islamist!
Islam is NOT a race but a ideology of hate and superiority not much different than Hitlers National Socialist ideology and its antisemitism.
Islam has proven over and over it being "anti all other religions or ideologies".
We just reported of the honest Muslim who spoke out to Britain first where he set the facts regarding Islam straight
Belgian counter-terror officers investigate police stabbings in Brussels
One officer was stabbed in the neck and another in the stomach, while a third officer who arrived at the scene in Schaerbeek district suffered a broken nose, Belgian broadcaster VRT reports.The attacker was shot in the leg and taken away by ambulance.
Authorities have named the attacker as Hicham D, 43, of Belgian nationality writes BBC
while trying to conceal that the name Hicham is a very traditional Muslims name, what makes us feel that BBC is trying to distort and take the Muslim motive away by telling that the man was Belgian.
To leave something vital out of a report is as bad as inventing false facts and has very little to do with true Journalism! We therefore conclude that BBC has obviously taken the side to protect Muslim Islamists .
A witness told RTBF news that a man with a knife knocked a police officer to the ground before turning on a second officer. "We have reason to believe that the incident was a terrorist attack," a spokesman for the Belgian federal prosecutor's office, Eric Van Der Sypt, said.
Belgian prosecutors said the officers had not suffered life-threatening injuries.
The attack happened near a main road in a region linked to previous terror attacks.
It comes just hours after commuters were evacuated from Brussels Nord station over a bomb scare.
Belgium has been on high alert following attacks in Brussels on the airport and the city's metro system in March, which killed 35 people and injured more than 300.
The attacks were claimed by the Islamic State (IS) militant group.
Further Muslim attacks in Europe within this week:
Berlin police shoot & kill refugee as he attacks 8yo daughter s alleged sexual abuser
Berlin police shoot & kill refugee as he attacks 8yo daughter's alleged sexual abuser
German police shot and killed a refugee at a shelter in Berlin after he tried to attack a man who allegedly sexually abused his eight-year-old daughter. An investigation has been launched into the man's death.Authorities led the accused suspect, a 27-year-old Pakistani man, to a police car in handcuffs on Tuesday evening, following the accusation of sexual abuse. As he was sitting in the vehicle, the young girl's Iraqi father rushed towards the car with a knife.
Witnesses cited by the International Business Times said they heard the father screaming, “you will not survive this!
”Three officers opened fire on the father, claiming he ignored multiple calls to stop. He was treated on the spot and taken to hospital, where he died from his wounds several hours later.
An investigation has been launched into his death by the Berlin police's homicide division. Investigations are automatic anytime a German police officer opens fire.
The father had three children between the ages of three and eight, Sascha Langenbach, a spokesman for the city authorities, told Deutsche Welle.Langenbach added that his family has been moved to another shelter, and that authorities “have made sure that the mother and children will be cared for psychologically and medically.”
It's not the first instance of alleged sexual abuse to take place at an asylum shelter in Germany.
In July, a member of the left-wing Die Linke party told German parliament there had been 128 allegations of children being sexually abused at refugee centers in the first quarter of 2016.Also in July, the Germany parliament unanimously passed a tougher law on sex offenses, making any form of non-consensual sexual contact a crime, and easing the deportation procedure for refugees involved in sexual assaults.
The vote followed a string of sexual assaults on New Year's Eve, which were allegedly committed by men from North Africa and the Middle East.
In April, the country launched a €200 million ($225mn) initiative to safeguard women and children against sexual assaults and trauma in refugee centers.
The tactic of keeping large numbers of refugees in large shelters has been slammed by the Berlin Refugee Council and other organizations which claim the procedure leads to social problems and conflicts, and hinders integration.
However, Langenbach stressed on Wednesday that he thinks there are also conflicts when people aren't kept in mass shelters.
Germany continues to deal with the biggest refugee crisis since World War II, which brought more than one million asylum seekers to the country in 2015.
Media claims most of the refugees hail from Syria, where a civil war has claimed the lives of over 250,000 people and displaced 12 million others since 2011, according to UN figures. However statistics all over EU show Afghan and Iraqis and other Arabs many times have arrived with fake Syrian papers bought rather openly in Turkey. .......