GERMANY — A group of Syrian and Palestinian migrants started brawling in the streets Wednesday evening around 9 p.m. in the town of Peine, Lower Saxony.
However, when police initially stepped in to stop the fight, most of the aggressors fled. The only man left behind was injured and had to be taken to the hospital.
When the group returned to the area about two hours later, they reportedly began to smash the cars of local residents, many of whom are of a foreign background (Lebanese, Turkish, or Kurdish) themselves.
Around 40 to 50 locals left their houses to confront the mob, who threw rocks at the residents, as cries of “Allahu Akbar” were heard.
Police had to be called in from surrounding departments to gain control of the crowd, but only one man was arrested for “resisting officers’ commands.” An investigation has been launched.
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