This European country staged a fake ‘Islamic invasion’

This European country staged a fake ‘Islamic invasion’

This past week, a staged ‘Islamic invasion’ took place in Prague- and needless to say, it had tourists and residents alarmed.

The stunt was set up by Martin Konvička, a Czech politician and known critic of Islam. The purpose of the event was to demonstrate the true horrors of what an actual Islamic take-over of Europe might resemble.

Men with fake beards, fake guns and a rented camel drove a jeep through Prague’s Old Town Square shouting “Allahu akbar” and firing blanks into the air.

Some Old Town Square visitors did not know what to make of the event- what it symbolized or whether it was an actual Islamic invasion.

Many residents began to take cover when the first set of blanks were fired into the air.

Event organizers planned the fake invasion to coincide with the 48th anniversary of the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia- a dark time for the Czech Republic.

Prague's fake Islamic invasion
Prague’s fake Islamic invasion

With Europe facing a new threat from radical Jihadi Muslims, the specter of Soviet terror is no more.

Rape, suicide bombings, stabbings and more have since become the hallmark traits of Europe’s new middle-eastern residents.

The event in Prague, although startling, was actually a healthy demonstration as it showed not every politician has fallen in line with the EU’s disastrous immigration policies.

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