Is That Cardinal a Vampire?

A father in Baden-Württemberg was unable to bear the idea of his son’s wearing a cross in a school play. The family turned out to be Muslims, however, and not vampires.

Many thanks to JLH for translating this article from the Badische Zeitung:

Not That, Too!

Muslim Flips Out Over a Cross

by Elena Borchers and Karl-Heinz Fesenmeier

July 23, 2019

Recurring uproars are a part of theater. But what happened at the premier of “The Three Musketeers” at the Lise-Meitner school in Grenzach-Wyhlen broke the mold for the usual theater uproars. After the performance, a father dragged his actor son from the hall, hit him and bellowed at him.

That is how it was reported by witnesses. Police investigations are in progress. The presumed reason for the Muslim father’s flip-out: Apparently he became so upset because his 17-year-old son was playing a cardinal and wore a cross around his neck. In telephone conversations the day after with the school principal and the drama director, he tried to explain does not allow his son to be seen wearing a cross. Ultimately, the school found a striking “compromise” with the father. The son would continue to play the cardinal — but without the cross. And the pertinent photos in the program will be removed.

4 thoughts on “Is That Cardinal a Vampire?

  1. As Robert Spencer has explained it numerous times, “When in a Muslim country you as a non-Muslim must bend to Muslims rules, practices, and sensibilities. And when in a Western country you as a non-Muslim must bend to Muslims rules, practices, and sensibilities.”

    • Muslims should be totally cool with that since their founding prophet, according to Islamic scriptures, married Aisha when she was 6, but waited until she was 9 before consumating (raping her).

  2. Yet these beggars show up with their hands outstretched. Insufferable lot. Now the rest of us who look like them have to suffer because of them.

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