Rampaging Muslims shouting “Allahu Akbar!” interrupted the Good Friday procession in Seville, Spain last night.
Seventeen people were injured in the incident after the Muslims started a stampede. Participants in the parade looked distressed following this morning’s incident in Seville.
— Voice of Europe (@V_of_Europe) April 15, 2017
The Daily Mail reported:
Yobs accused of starting stampedes at a Good Friday procession sparked panic among people by shouting ‘Allah is Great’, it emerged today.
Eight people were arrested over the incidents in the Spanish city of Seville which left 17 people needing hospital treatment.
Local authorities said at least two of the people arrested shouted out ‘Ala es grande’ – ‘Allah is Great’ in English – and others slogans in support of Basque terrorist organisation ETA.
Eight people are still in hospital, including a 60-year-old man who suffered head injuries. His condition was described as serious.
Around 100 people required medical treatment, mostly at the scene.
Seven locals aged between 19 and 47 were held along with a Senegalese national. Some have been described as well-known criminals.