Dutch Prime Minister says Netherlands will “not yield to intolerance” after Utrecht jihad massacre

Monday, March 18, 2019
By Paul Martin

BY ROBERT SPENCER
JIHADWATCH.ORG
MAR 18, 2019

That means that the Netherlands is not going to do anything to address the problem of jihad activity within the country, or reconsider its policies of mass Muslim migration, since opposing jihad terror and Sharia oppression, as well as mass Muslim migration, is universally considered “intolerant.”

Dutch Prime Minister says Netherlands will “not yield to intolerance” after Utrecht jihad massacre
MAR 18, 2019 11:02 AM BY ROBERT SPENCER 1 COMMENT
That means that the Netherlands is not going to do anything to address the problem of jihad activity within the country, or reconsider its policies of mass Muslim migration, since opposing jihad terror and Sharia oppression, as well as mass Muslim migration, is universally considered “intolerant.”

“Utrecht shooting: Rutte urges Netherlands to stand up to ‘attack on our society,’” Dutch News, March 18, 2019:

Dutch prime minister Mark Rutte has said the Netherlands will ‘not yield to intolerance’ after a shooting on a tram in Utrecht left at least three people dead.

Another nine were injured in the incident on the 24 Oktoberplein, near the city’s main railway station, at around 10.45am on Monday, according to the city’s mayor, Jan van Zanen.

Police have issued a photograph of the suspect, 37-year-old Gökmen Tanis, apparently taken in the tram shortly before the shooting….

Van Zanen said in a video address on Twitter: ‘We are assuming that there was a terrorist motive’. He added that although one suspect had been named, ‘we cannot exclude there being others.

‘Attack on civilisation’

Speaking at a press conference in the afternoon, Rutte said: ‘Our country has been shocked today by an attack in Utrecht. There are injuries and possibly fatalities. A terrorist motive has not been ruled out. ‘Violence has left innocent people badly hurt. Our thoughts are with them and their nearest and dearest, whose lives have been abruptly turned upside down today.

‘An act of terror is an attack on our civilisation, on our open and tolerant society. ‘If this is confirmed as a terrorist act, there is only one suitable answer: our society, our democracy, is stronger than fanaticism and violence. We will not yield to intolerance. Never.’ …

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