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Muslim Refugee Destroys Jewish Restaurant in Amsterdam, Shouts 'Allahu Akbar'

When President Trump announced on Wednesday that the United States recognizes Jerusalem as Israel's official capital, we all knew that not everybody would welcome the news. Since then, the entire Islamic world has condemned Jerusalem's recognition and protests have erupted all over the Middle East.

Sadly, that Jew-hatred is also visible in Europe. The day after Trump's announcement, a man took it a step further. He went to a Jewish restaurant in Amsterdam and smashed in its windows. The man was carrying a Palestinian flag and shouted "Allahu Akhbar" when he committed this clearly anti-Semitic crime. At the end of the day, it was reported that the perpetrator is a supposed "refugee." Although Dutch public channel the NOS reports that it's not clear where the refugee hails from exactly, it's clear from what region. He angrily shouted "Palestine!" and "Allahu Akbar!" several times when he attacked the Jewish restaurant.

Shockingly, some Dutch politicians blame the attack on Trump. Local liberal-democrat leader (D66) Reinier van Dantzig, for instance, tweeted:

Translation: "Terrible that this has happened. You can see that unthoughtful statements by the leader of the free world can have direct consequences. Let it be clear that there's no room for intolerance in Amsterdam!"

In other words: it's Trump's fault.