VIDEO: Italian News Crew Assaulted While Filming In "Jihadi Capital" of EuropeChris Menahan
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A news crew working for the Italian station Sky Tg24 was attacked on Saturday while filming in Molenbeek, Belgium, a town which has been deemed the "Jihadi Capital" of Europe.
Video shows a young male walk up to the crew and violently shove cameraman Francesco Cardarelli's camera, causing him to lose his balance and shake wildly. Female on air personality Giovanna Pancheri appears to try to reason with the young man, at which point another young male enters the scene and triggers the cameraman to shake once again.
The news team is seen being forced to leave the vicinity and cut their report short. Police were nowhere to be found and no arrests appear to have been made.
We reported on a similar scene last month whereby a 60 Minutes film crew was attacked by "North African Migrants" for filming in a Muslim "no-go zone" in Sweden.
Last week "far-right" Belgians announced their plan to march into Molenbeek and protest the area being taken over by Islamists, to which the government responded by banning all protests in the area. The right-wingers went ahead and protested there anyways two days ago and over 100 people were arrested.
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