February 8, 2023

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Hooligans call for "emptying Meir" after final eight in Morocco: parents advise each other to keep their children at home |  Antwerp

Hooligans call for “emptying Meir” after final eight in Morocco: parents advise each other to keep their children at home | Antwerp

AntwerpWith a new game from the Moroccan championship on Tuesday afternoon, Rose Fear of riots up again. Especially now that calls for destruction have been circulating on social media, including on Meir. Antwerp police warn that they will not hesitate to intervene if public safety is threatened. Within Moroccan society, parents advise each other to keep their children safe at home.

The text of the message is as follows: “All the people of ‘Anverstv’ (Snapchat account, editor): On the day Morocco and Spain play, every neighborhood in Kiel, in Burgerhout and in Düren has to go to Meir to unload everything there. If we all got together, the cops couldn’t do anything.” A little later, something of the primary motive of the would-be noisemakers emerged. “The cops want to mistreat our species. We will mistreat them on December 6th. “

Order the troops ready

Wouter Bruins of the Antwerp Police explains that the security forces are ready and aware of these challenges. “We posted it ourselves yesterday on Facebook and Twitter,” he explains. “We are particularly calling for football to be a party. But it is important for everyone to know that we will be visible and invisible in this afternoon’s street scene. We will not hesitate to intervene if public order is compromised. Fortunately, just like in previous times, we see messages It appears on the ‘other side’, especially from parents advising each other to keep their kids home.”

“Please please all who have children: on this day your son, daughter or two children (non-binary, edited) Check for him at home or during class,” is the message on the other side. “It is your duty to take care of your children. Please keep your children home that day.”

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Bruyns says proactive work has also been done to prevent future riots. “Our mediation teams have already visited groups of young people who are known to have been involved in incidents before.”

Meanwhile, calls for riots are also spreading Including Kortrijk on social media. There, too, the police are watching the pulse and the local Moroccan community is outraged by the reports. “I wonder what inspires some young people so that they should not do injustice to our beloved city, Kortrijk,” Djamel Kenyon said on Facebook.

The match between Morocco and Spain begins today at four o’clock in the afternoon.

Calls for riots in Antwerp are spreading on social media. © rv

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Last time, after Morocco’s last World Cup group stage match, mediators and neighborhood parents formed a human chain to avoid confrontation with the police. © Jasper van der Schott