February 3, 2023

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Watch: Mass Riots Hit Europe After Morocco’s World Cup Victory Against Spain : by Tyler Durden

Watch: Mass Riots Hit Europe After Morocco’s World Cup Victory Against Spain

Authored by John Cody via Remix News,

Following Morocco’s shock World Cup penalty shoot-out victory over the Spanish national team on Tuesday, Moroccan fans have once again rioted across multiple countries, including Spain, France, Italy, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

The scenes of chaos mark the third time Moroccan fans have rioted following a World Cup victory, with the first two times last month already drawing condemnation.

Video of last night’s riots have been spread across social media, including from the account of Italian Transportation Minister Matteo Salvini, who wrote, “Morocco eliminates Spain, so they ‘celebrate’ in Milan… I hope that those responsible are identified and pay all damages.”

Il Marocco elimina la Spagna, così “festeggiano” a Milano…
Mi auguro che i responsabili vengano identificati e ripaghino tutti i danni. #MaroccoSpagna pic.twitter.com/K5n0MxTtEn

— Matteo Salvini (@matteosalvinimi) December 6, 2022

Critics are pointing at the now weekly scenes of mass unrest from Moroccan fans as a case in point for the failure of multiculturalism, with these fans not only rooting for a rival national team but also actively destroying their own cities.

Moroccan fans celebrating in a number of Spanish cities turned to violence, such as in Bilbao, where multiple videos show fans rampaging through the streets.

Celebración de los aficionados de Marruecos en Bilbao #Qatar2022 #WorldcupQatar2022 #WorldCup #WorldCup2022 #espanamarruecos #espanavsmarruecos #ESPvsMAR #ESPvMOR pic.twitter.com/vYiXgucAie

— Radio Sports (@RadioBa1oncesto) December 6, 2022

Hinchas marroquíes incendian las calles de Bilbao #espanamarruecos #Qatar2022 #FIFAWorldCup2022 #Morocco #Marruecos #seleccionEspanola #MarruecosVsEspana #espanavsmarruecos #Espana pic.twitter.com/ncYwTRCRRu

— ÍdoloMadridista97 (@IMadridista97) December 6, 2022

Fans also set cars on fire in the Spanish city of Reus, according to reports from BNN Spain.

WATCH: #BNNSpain Reports

Moroccan celebrations set fire to a car in #Reus, #Tarragona, Spain, as a result of #Morocco‘s victory over #Spain in today’s #WorldCup2022 match.#Qatar #FIFAWorldCup pic.twitter.com/3L0NVf6R1d

— Gurbaksh Singh Chahal (@gchahal) December 6, 2022

Before the match, Moroccan fans and Spanish fans were already clashing in Huelva, a city in Andalusia, prior to kick-off.

Pelea entre aficionados de España y de Marruecos en la previa del partido del mundial

📹 Huelva pic.twitter.com/N6eFYb6eTz

— SocialDrive (@SocialDrive_es) December 6, 2022

The widespread nature of the riots, including outside of Spain, underlines the level of animosity some Moroccans feel for the European nations they live in. The Dutch national team has not even faced off against Morocco yet, but fans in the country battle with riot police in Amsterdam, just as they did after Morocco’s victory over Belgium.

Apart from Belgium and France, young Moroccan fans also rioted in Netherlands tonight.

Clashes took place with the riot police in Amsterdam after Morocco defeated against Spain and advanced to the next stage of the World Cup.

pic.twitter.com/CHduIZ2xq6

— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) December 6, 2022

WATCH: #BNNNetherlands Reports

Riots have broken out in #Amsterdam as a result of the celebration of #Morocco‘s victory over #Spain in today’s #WorldCup2022 match.#FIFAWorldCup #Qatar pic.twitter.com/106M3puRII

— Gurbaksh Singh Chahal (@gchahal) December 6, 2022

The Hague also saw chaos on the streets, with fans attacking police vehicles in the Schilderswijk neighborhood.

Law enforcement is called in to secure the Schilderswijk neighbourhood in The Hague as Moroccan rioters cause trouble in the streets.

🌍 @European_Insider | pic.twitter.com/02Rcxc8Ux5

— 🍁En el barrio de Cortes viven residentes (@VecBarrioCortes) December 6, 2022

In France, the city of Lille saw Moroccan fans starting fires and attacking police with fireworks. Riot police responded by charging the revelers in an attempt to disperse them and restore calm.

La police charge, les Marocains répliquent avec des mortiers. pic.twitter.com/DFy2NJPOmo

— Pierre Sautarel (@FrDesouche) December 6, 2022

Fans in the French city of Nice also fired pistols into the air, blocked streets, and terrorized residents.

“Are we still in France? Tram blocked and rocked, police attacked and cars burned. This is the result of Morocco’s victory in the streets of Nice! Zero tolerance against these criminals who defy our laws!” wrote Les Republicans politician and former presidential candidate Eric Cotti on Twitter.

Sommes-nous encore en France ?

Tramway bloqué et caillassé, policiers attaqués et voitures brûlées, voilà le résultat de la victoire du Maroc dans les rues de Nice !

Tolérance zéro face à ces délinquants qui défient nos lois ! pic.twitter.com/HMeGM6kIeB

— Eric Ciotti (@ECiotti) December 6, 2022

Brussels, the capital of Belgium, was also hit with mass riots following Morocco’s victory over Spain, with fans attacking police vehicles. Belgium has one of the largest Moroccan populations in Europe, numbering over 500,000 in a country of 11.5 million.

#Update: just in – Video showing you Maroccon rioters attacking Belgian police in #Antwerp in #Belgium, after #Morocco advanced further to the quarter finals. pic.twitter.com/dX8dN5elYH

— Sotiri Dimpinoudis (@sotiridi) December 6, 2022

As Remix News previously reported, Belgium and the Netherlands were hit by widespread riots following Morocco’s victory last month. Video footage of these previous incidents can be seen here.

Tyler Durden
Thu, 12/08/2022 – 03:30

​ Watch: Mass Riots Hit Europe After Morocco’s World Cup Victory Against Spain

Authored by John Cody via Remix News,

Following Morocco’s shock World Cup penalty shoot-out victory over the Spanish national team on Tuesday, Moroccan fans have once again rioted across multiple countries, including Spain, France, Italy, Belgium, and the Netherlands.

The scenes of chaos mark the third time Moroccan fans have rioted following a World Cup victory, with the first two times last month already drawing condemnation.

Video of last night’s riots have been spread across social media, including from the account of Italian Transportation Minister Matteo Salvini, who wrote, “Morocco eliminates Spain, so they ‘celebrate’ in Milan… I hope that those responsible are identified and pay all damages.”
Il Marocco elimina la Spagna, così “festeggiano” a Milano…Mi auguro che i responsabili vengano identificati e ripaghino tutti i danni. #MaroccoSpagna pic.twitter.com/K5n0MxTtEn— Matteo Salvini (@matteosalvinimi) December 6, 2022 Critics are pointing at the now weekly scenes of mass unrest from Moroccan fans as a case in point for the failure of multiculturalism, with these fans not only rooting for a rival national team but also actively destroying their own cities.

Moroccan fans celebrating in a number of Spanish cities turned to violence, such as in Bilbao, where multiple videos show fans rampaging through the streets.

Celebración de los aficionados de Marruecos en Bilbao #Qatar2022 #WorldcupQatar2022 #WorldCup #WorldCup2022 #espanamarruecos #espanavsmarruecos #ESPvsMAR #ESPvMOR pic.twitter.com/vYiXgucAie— Radio Sports (@RadioBa1oncesto) December 6, 2022 Hinchas marroquíes incendian las calles de Bilbao #espanamarruecos #Qatar2022 #FIFAWorldCup2022 #Morocco #Marruecos #seleccionEspanola #MarruecosVsEspana #espanavsmarruecos #Espana pic.twitter.com/ncYwTRCRRu— ÍdoloMadridista97 (@IMadridista97) December 6, 2022 Fans also set cars on fire in the Spanish city of Reus, according to reports from BNN Spain.

WATCH: #BNNSpain ReportsMoroccan celebrations set fire to a car in #Reus, #Tarragona, Spain, as a result of #Morocco’s victory over #Spain in today’s #WorldCup2022 match.#Qatar #FIFAWorldCup pic.twitter.com/3L0NVf6R1d— Gurbaksh Singh Chahal (@gchahal) December 6, 2022 Before the match, Moroccan fans and Spanish fans were already clashing in Huelva, a city in Andalusia, prior to kick-off.
Pelea entre aficionados de España y de Marruecos en la previa del partido del mundial📹 Huelva pic.twitter.com/N6eFYb6eTz— SocialDrive (@SocialDrive_es) December 6, 2022 The widespread nature of the riots, including outside of Spain, underlines the level of animosity some Moroccans feel for the European nations they live in. The Dutch national team has not even faced off against Morocco yet, but fans in the country battle with riot police in Amsterdam, just as they did after Morocco’s victory over Belgium.

Apart from Belgium and France, young Moroccan fans also rioted in Netherlands tonight.Clashes took place with the riot police in Amsterdam after Morocco defeated against Spain and advanced to the next stage of the World Cup.pic.twitter.com/CHduIZ2xq6— Visegrád 24 (@visegrad24) December 6, 2022 WATCH: #BNNNetherlands ReportsRiots have broken out in #Amsterdam as a result of the celebration of #Morocco’s victory over #Spain in today’s #WorldCup2022 match.#FIFAWorldCup #Qatar pic.twitter.com/106M3puRII— Gurbaksh Singh Chahal (@gchahal) December 6, 2022 The Hague also saw chaos on the streets, with fans attacking police vehicles in the Schilderswijk neighborhood.
Law enforcement is called in to secure the Schilderswijk neighbourhood in The Hague as Moroccan rioters cause trouble in the streets.🌍 @European_Insider | pic.twitter.com/02Rcxc8Ux5— 🍁En el barrio de Cortes viven residentes (@VecBarrioCortes) December 6, 2022 In France, the city of Lille saw Moroccan fans starting fires and attacking police with fireworks. Riot police responded by charging the revelers in an attempt to disperse them and restore calm.
La police charge, les Marocains répliquent avec des mortiers. pic.twitter.com/DFy2NJPOmo— Pierre Sautarel (@FrDesouche) December 6, 2022 Fans in the French city of Nice also fired pistols into the air, blocked streets, and terrorized residents.

“Are we still in France? Tram blocked and rocked, police attacked and cars burned. This is the result of Morocco’s victory in the streets of Nice! Zero tolerance against these criminals who defy our laws!” wrote Les Republicans politician and former presidential candidate Eric Cotti on Twitter.
Sommes-nous encore en France ?Tramway bloqué et caillassé, policiers attaqués et voitures brûlées, voilà le résultat de la victoire du Maroc dans les rues de Nice !Tolérance zéro face à ces délinquants qui défient nos lois ! pic.twitter.com/HMeGM6kIeB— Eric Ciotti (@ECiotti) December 6, 2022 Brussels, the capital of Belgium, was also hit with mass riots following Morocco’s victory over Spain, with fans attacking police vehicles. Belgium has one of the largest Moroccan populations in Europe, numbering over 500,000 in a country of 11.5 million.
#Update: just in – Video showing you Maroccon rioters attacking Belgian police in #Antwerp in #Belgium, after #Morocco advanced further to the quarter finals. pic.twitter.com/dX8dN5elYH— Sotiri Dimpinoudis (@sotiridi) December 6, 2022 As Remix News previously reported, Belgium and the Netherlands were hit by widespread riots following Morocco’s victory last month. Video footage of these previous incidents can be seen here.

Tyler Durden
Thu, 12/08/2022 – 03:30 

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