The following story is a reminder that culture enrichers from different ethnic groups don’t generally like one another. Even when everyone involved is a Muslim, Pakistanis and Africans do not get along.
Many thanks to Pampasnasturtium for translating this article from La Vanguardia. The translator includes these remarks:
Pity they can’t shout racism, because this looks like Mohammedan vs. Mohammedan.
By the way — given that music coming from musical instruments in particular (and fun in general) is haram, what were these guys doing in and around a filthy kuffar disco? Looking for narcotized easy female prey, maybe?
The translated article:
Regional police investigate a murder near Razzmatazz discotheque in Barcelona
A 23-year-old young man from Mali died in a fight on the 8th of February
News agency release, Barcelona, February 22, 2019
Mossos d’Esquadra (Catalan police force) are investigating an alleged murder that happened during the night of the 8th of February near the Razzmatazz discotheque, in the Poblenou neighborhood of Barcelona, as confirmed to Efe news agency by police sources.
As first told by El Periódico newspaper, the victim is Mamadou Haidara, a 23-year-old young man from Mali who died allegedly due to the blows he received ‘in a fight with a group of persons he confronted’.
After going to the discotheque with a friend of his, he had a row with a young man of Pakistani origin who may have called some friends to come to the place. Haidara’s friend escaped by running away, but the young man did not manage to escape and may have died due to the blows he received.
The victim’s family has summoned a demonstration for this afternoon at 4pm in the Ciutadella Park in Barcelona to ‘appeal for justice’ for the victim, whom they want to bury with dignity. ‘We’re here to return my son to Africa,’ stated Sadio Haidara, the father of the dead young man, to Efe agency. The demonstration, with the attendance of some fifty persons, walked through the main streets of the city’s center, passing by Colón’s Promenade and Sant Jaume Square.
Regional police are keeping the investigation open with the aim of finding out what happened.