Muslim Storms Childrens Christmas Nativity Play Yelling ‘Allahu Akbar!’ (Video)

Muslim Storms Childrens Christmas Nativity Play Yelling ‘Allahu Akbar!’ (Video)

A children’s Christmas nativity play was turned into chaos after a Muslim asylum seeker stormed the stage yelling “Allahu akbar” and started preaching from the Koran.

The report said the unnamed Muslim Somali, 24, was wearing a white robe when he jumped up, shouted “Allahu akbar” and began his rant, according to WND.

Eventually he was overpowered by several men attending the children’s presentation.

“The children are totally anxious and petrified. We were terribly afraid for our children,” a witness told the newspaper.

It happened in the Austrian town of Oberndorf, which is in the state of Upper Austria near Schwanenstadt.

The incident caused a wave of horror among the children and their parents.

 

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He had just appeared at the venue and had been standing next to the stage where the nursery school-age children were on stage, the Express said.

“Witnesses were afraid that some weapons might be hidden in his rucksack, though it later proved to contain nothing but clothes,” the Express said, when one witness shared the fear of many.

“You never know what his intentions are,” the witness said.

 

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The Somali was identified by police as a man who had been living in the area for several years, and reportedly was being treated for “manic depression.”

A German-language report in regional media said the man resisted being removed, shouting “Allah.”

Many in the audience had thought the man originally was part of the presentation.

Had this incident happen here in the United States there is a good chance police would have shot and killed him.

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