Dutch Town, Fearful of “Berlin Style” Attack, Cancels Christmas Celebrations

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The terrorists are winning in Europe by striking fear into many of those that live there. A Dutch town has fell victim to Jihad intimidation and decided to cancel Christmas celebrations out of fear of Radical Muslim reprisals.

The celebration was to have taken place in the small town of Meppel, in the Netherlands. School officials decided that they would rather cancel their annual Christmas celebration involving over two thousand students, rather than risk being attacked in their town square by a “Berlin style massacre.”

The School’s Director, Herman Langhorst, who was also the organizer of the event, stated that he feared something might happen in what would be a crowded and busy square full of children.screen-shot-2016-12-23-at-12-10-32-pm

On Wednesday, the parents of the eight elementary schools the town has, received a letter of explanation stating, “Obviously events and current developments in the world played a role in our decision.”

The staff members of the eight schools were afraid for their students.

Langhorst said, “Everyone’s a little tense because of recent events. You do not want a panic when someone shoots off a firecracker or other fireworks.”

It would have been the first big Christmas celebration planned in the quaint little town of Meppel.

H/T: Jihad Watch

 

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