Hundreds of Islamists rallied in the central Athenian neighborhood of Omonia on Wednesday, burning pictures of French President Emmanuel Macron.
Tomorrow on Sunday, the Islamists have planned a new protest against France in Syntagma Square, Pro News reported.
This protest comes at a time when the government is cracking down hard on people not wearing masks because of COVID-19 restrictions.
More than 150 Islamists gathered on Geraniou Street in Omonia and shouted extremist hate slogans and burned images of the French president. The protest was coordinated by migrants from Bangladesh.
Εκδηλώσεις μίσους κατά της Γαλλίας από ισλαμιστές στην Αθήνα - Έκαψαν εικόνες του Μακρόν [οδός Γερανίου, Ομόνοια] pic.twitter.com/1L4q7zjaBV
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Muslim migrants on social media are calling for a protest against France in Syntagma Square in the heart of Athens.
Meanwhile, at a time when people were running in panic due to an earthquake with buildings collapsing and killing 2 small children, groups of illegal immigrants in Samos took the opportunity to enter houses and shops and start robbing whatever they could find, as reported by Greek City Times.