SHOCK! WATCH as Muslim woman rips up Israeli Flags at Brussels Memorial!

From Mad World News

All caught on live TV, a Muslim woman was recently seen slithering up to the site of the Brussels memorial. Although most people gathered in an act of solidarity for the victims, onlookers were mortified to see why she actually went.

The incident took place yesterday at the site near the “metro bombing” in Brussels, Belgium. Countless people had come to express their condolences and offer support. Seen strewn across the ground of the memorial site are flags from all around the world that people had brought.

As a news crew was doing a report on the attack and the memorial site, it seems as though they caught something rather disgusting. While a reporter spoke, a Muslim woman was caught in the corner of the frame showing just what her religion entitles her to do.

In a horrifying display, the woman was seen picking up an Israeli flag, ripping it to shreds, and crumpling it in a ball before hiding it under another flag. In the meantime, she was holding a Palestinian flag, which people are speculating she had for one of two reasons.

“She also seems to replace [the Israeli flag] with the Palestinian flag,” according to Live Leak. “Either that or she took the Palestinian flag with her because she was bothered at the show of solidarity.” Seeing what she did to the flag of Israel, my money is on the latter.

Not every single Muslim is a terrorist, but there is no arguing against the reality that the religion has evil at its core – and this woman proves it. When you visit a site which is meant to honor the deaths of 34 innocent people who died on account of the actions taken in the name of your own religion and then spit on them, there’s a problem.

“For God and Country—Geronimo, Geronimo, Geronimo……..Geronimo E.K.I.A.” -U.S. Navy SEAL VI

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