Hundreds protesters march against spread of Islam

Almost five hundred people gathered on the Old town square to protest against Islam, along with few leaders of Czech political parties. The entire crowd later marched toward Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic. Monday debate on Islam had an incredible viewership and had stormed through the social media. Shortly after that, the movement “We don’t want […]

Almost five hundred people gathered on the Old town square to protest against Islam, along with few leaders of Czech political parties. The entire crowd later marched toward Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic.

Monday debate on Islam had an incredible viewership and had stormed through the social media. Shortly after that, the movement “We don’t want Islam in Czech Republic” organised this event, which took place on Saturday morning next to the Jan Hus Memorial. Tomio Okamura, one of the speakers and leader of the Dawn party, believes we can’t be tolerant of Islam if it doesn’t work both ways.

While most of the participants agreed, that we should not approve Islamic values and rules since it supports terrorism and pedophilia. Even few Muslim families attended the march. But, even though, this is a serious matter, Czechs still have a great sense of humour and few dozens of people came and protested against Iceland with satiric banners that have almost nothing to do with this matter, such as “We don’t want Iceland in Czech Republic” or “I like Kebab”.