Palestinian twin brothers, Amjad and Adham Saleh, who left Gaza five years ago and were given asylum, housing, and a job by Belgium are now making the country unsafe for Jews. In Belgium’s Jewish neighborhood of Antwerp, the 23 year-old brothers who call themselves the “The Skate Twins”, filmed themselves harassing Jews and uploaded it YouTube. The video has gone viral and is being celebrated by Islamic supremacists across the world.
In the disturbing YouTube video, the brothers are seen are rollerblading at high speeds past people with a Palestinian flag, shouting “Free Palestine”. They harass Jewish passers-by, do not obey traffic rules, and are intimidate native Belgians. At one point in the video, you can see one of the twins skating up to a young man who appears to be an Orthodox Jew and attempting to make him say: “Free Palestine”. The videos were viewed more than 2 million times.
Watch the following video in which the pair themselves admit is a provocation:
The Mayor of Antwerp, Bart De Wever slammed the Palestinian antisemites stating,.“This is a deliberate provocation by importing foreign conflicts into Antwerp is not possible.” As previously highlighted by RAIR Foundation USA, antisemitic incidents against Jews and hateful attacks against non-muslims, by mostly Islamic migrants are very common.
Ironically, the Palestinian twins were celebrated repeatedly by left-wing media and open borders organizations for their so-called successful integrations. The pair even took part in a Belgium state sports program that supposedly helps migrants integrate into their host countries.
Media also fawned over the supremacist inline skating stunts in the streets of Antwerp where they jump over benches, billboards and even people. According to interviews, they learned the art of skating when they were 13 years-old in Gaza. The pair started sharing their skating stunts on YouTube and Facebook and became a sensation with youth in Palestine.
Michael Freilich, a Belgian journalist and politician for the Flemish nationalist and conservative New Flemish Alliance party, condemns the behavior and warns against importing the Middle East conflict into our streets:
These twin brothers are from Gaza and fled to Belgium five years ago. Here they were given asylum, housing and a job. Then it is very unfortunate that they bother people, they should know better. By the way, Jews in Antwerp are not Israeli citizens at all, but Flemish.
The video has already caused quite a stir beyond the Belgian borders. Israeli ambassador Emanuel Nachshon responded: “The twins create an aggressive and unpleasant atmosphere. This unnecessary provocation is only aimed at insulting the ultra-orthodox Jews in their own neighborhood in the center of Antwerp. ” The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem is considering asking social media to remove the video.
The project of multiculturalism in Europe, including the attempt to integrate people from the Middle East and Africa, continues to fail and put natives in danger.
Belgium: First Islamic State
As previously reported by RAIR, over the last decade, Belgium has changed dramatically. Without any public debate, it has become a massive migration state. Their left-wing government’s open borders migration policies continue to have catastrophic effects on the country’s safety and demography.
According to Statbel, the country’s statistical office, one third of Belgium’s population is of foreign origin. The largest number of those being of Moroccan descent. In Brussels, native or indigenous Belgians are already in the minority. In “politically correct” terms, it is called “diversity”, but the more accurate term is, “colonization”. In Belgium’s capitol, Brussels, nearly 80% of the population is of foreign origin.
Belgium has become a terrorist breeding ground, the country has the highest per-capita rate of foreign fighters of any Western European country. The small country, has even been described by left-wing media as “Europe’s terror hotbed”.
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