Dozens of young men attack a church in Austria

Dozens of young men attack a church in Austria
Dozens of young men attack a church in Austria
Dozens of young men of Turkish origin caused riots and chaos in a church in Vienna, Austria, which coincided with bloody events in France that were sparked by a teacher showing cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad.

According to sources, including the Austrian newspaper Corriere, the young men, who are estimated between 30-50, kicked the seats of the “Anton von Padua” church on Thursday evening, shouting God is Greatest, but they dispersed after what the church priest called the police.

No one was injured in the accident, and while the police were reviewing the surveillance cameras, the Vienna Archdiocese demanded a prompt clarification.

According to the same source, the youth coordinated this operation through social media, and before carrying out their attack, they met in a public square, where they chanted “Islamic slogans” and fired firecrackers.

After the incident, Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz pledged to confront “political Islam” and wrote on his Twitter account, “Every Christian within the nation must be able to practice his religion freely and safely.”

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