Tuesday, 23 August 2011

On 27 August, there will be an electronic music parade and festival in Brussels, Belgium. Dubbed the City Parade, it will feature a moving processing of floats through the streets of Brussels followed by a music event at a fixed venue. A problem arose when the original route plan called for the parade to transit through Moelenbeek, one of the most Muslim-colonised parts of Brussels, indeed Europe. Although the proposed route was initially approved, the local Socialist burgomeister, Philippe Moureaux, has now withdrawn his permission and the parade plans (and route signs which had already been prepared) will now have to be altered.

The reason? It seems some homophobic email traffic among the local Muslim colonists has been detected, suggesting that the City Parade is some kind of Gay Pride event. This is not true. It's a music event, but perhaps the Muslim colonists don't understand the local languages well enough to grasp that. For safety reasons, permission for the parade to travel through Moelenbeek has now been withdrawn.



Will said...

(LeVifExpress).The representative of the commune of Molenbeek has argued that because of Ramadan, it was not appropriate for the public to be distributed by the station Belgica.
one more small observation:
End of June 2010 Philippe Moureaux (71) Married Latifa Benaicha (35), she is of Maroccan origine.There's speculation he converted to Islam.

Cheradenine Zakalwe said...

Very interesting. Thanks for the extra info. I can see how converting to Islam might be a good survival strategy in Moelenbeek.

Anonymous said...

If converted to islam he should have remembered this verse that speaks of his choice:
Luke 17:33 Whosoever shall seek to save his life shall lose it; and whosoever shall lose his life shall preserve it.

He lost his life signing up for the devil.

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