Nice Attack Remembrance March Banned Due To Islamist Threat

Nice Attack Remembrance March Banned Due To Islamist Threat, by Liam Deacon.

A remembrance march for victims of the Islamic State truck attack in Nice, France has been banned because of continuing safety concerns and stretched security services. …

More than 10,000 people indicated on Facebook that they would attend the “white march” to remember the 84 who died and the dozens still in hospital.

Christine WIlliamson comments:

Jihadist enemies of Western freedoms and democracy remain smug and emboldened. Following the slaughter in Nice, France when 31-year-old Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel mowed through a crowd going zigzag with his truck to kill as many possible while shouting “Allahu akbar”, a remembrance march for the 84 people he murdered and the dozens he wounded — many of whom are still in the hospital — was banned because of safety concerns.

hat-tip Stephen Neil