I mentioned earlier that there were two culturally enriched rumbles in Germany last night. The first was in Cologne, and the second in the town of Peine in Lower Saxony.
Here’s a cell phone video that shows a brief segment of youthful high-spirited mischief in Peine. Note the “Allahu Akhbars” all the way through this clip.
Many thanks to Vlad Tepes for annotating and uploading this video:
Allahu Akhbar in Peine: “Refugees” provoke mass fight
About ten refugees with Syrian and Palestinian background were fighting with each other around 9:30 in Peine.
Once the police got there, the majority of the fighters involved had already fled. One person was taken to the hospital with a head injury.
Towards 11:00pm a group of about ten people, among them perpetrators of the first brawl, destroyed multiple cars in Peine. Many people living nearby were then drawn into the brawl with the migrants; a total of about 40 to 50 people were involved in the mass brawl.
The people involved were mostly citizens with Turkish, Kurdish, and Lebanese migration background, said police. A cop car was bombarded with rocks. The brawlers reacted with more aggression when the police told them to stop. Only with the mass arrival of more officers were police able to stop the groups and separate them.
40 to 50 people involved
Refugees start mass fight in Peine
Several slobs in Peine damaged parked cars and thus caused a mass fight with residents. Reportedly, 40 to 50 people were involved in the fight. Rocks were thrown, including at a police car.
Peine. Around ten refugees, mostly of Syrian and Palestinian background, had already come to blows around 9:30pm. When police arrived, a large portion of those involved had already fled. One person had to be taken to hospital with head injuries.
Around 11pm CET, a group of around ten people, among them participants from the first fight, damaged several cars in the Südstadt district of Peine. They also threw rocks at residents. As a result several residents got involved in a fight with the slobs; approximately 40 to 50 people took part in a mass fight.
The affected residents were mainly people with Turkish, Kurdish and Lebanese background, the police announced. A police car was attacked with rocks, too. The participants reacted aggressively towards requests by police. Only with a large squad and reinforcement from other departments were police able to separate the groups.
One person was arrested for resisting, and investigations have begun on charges of breach of the peace, battery, and damage to property.