The fact that Muslims are apparently prevented from occupying one of the faith’s most famous symbols, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, is causing irritation throughout Europe: “A Christian must try that he How long can the rainbow flag fly over the Kaaba “Mecca,” commented one user on X (Twitter), for example.
In Tuscany, Palestinian protesters also threw smoke bombs at the tower, which was built in 1173 and is located right next to the cathedral in Pisa. A Palestinian flag was raised from one of the upper floors of the 56-meter-high building and anti-Israel slogans were raised.
Italian newspapers are full of candid reactions to this attack on Christian places of worship: the 15 Muslims who occupied the Tower of Pisa are described as “attackers, antagonisti”. The massive disruptive action by Palestinian supporters of the terrorist group Hamas at the Florence Cathedral has also been widely condemned.
Austria’s executive branch as well as the federal and Vienna city governments must be prepared for the fact that our houses of worship could also be attacked by Muslims and used for protest actions against the terrorist gang Hamas . As reported, more and more eXXpress readers are demanding a 100-meter ban against hate demonstrations by Palestinians and their radical supporters around our churches, during the Christmas season – at least until January 7. Politicians are turning a deaf ear: They are even allowing those shouting inflammatory slogans to continue their noise right next to St. Stephen’s Cathedral. It has been argued that this should be allowed “within the framework of freedom of expression”.