Peaceful protests against IS in Syria and Iraq organized by Kurdish nationals in several German cities ended with serious clashes with pro-jihadist Muslims in Hamburg and Celle. Police had to request reinforcements to restore order.

Police in Hamburg, a port city of 1.8 million people, used water cannons, batons and pepper spray late Tuesday to disperse crowds of warring Kurds and pro-jihadist Muslims, armed with knives and brass-knuckles, following a protest against Islamic State militants who are attacking the Kurdish town of Kobani in Syria near the Turkish border.

At first, on Tuesday afternoon about 80 Kurdish protesters occupied Hamburg’s central train station for an hour, NDR.de reported. The Kurdish protesters left the railways voluntarily after 6pm, a police spokesman said.

A bigger group of about 500 Kurdish demonstrators marched through downtown Hamburg. On their way, they damaged several cars and Turkish snack bars, breaking panes of glass and throwing around plastic chairs. Police detained 14 rioters.

Later, several hundred Kurdish protesters gathered near the Al Nour Mosque on Steindamm Street near the city’s train station. At about 11:30pm local time (21:30 GMT), the Kurds were attacked by a group of approximately 40 armed supporters of the Islamic State (IS), RT’s Ruptly video news agency reported.

The violent clashes that followed the attack resulted in four people being hospitalized with stab wounds.

Anti-IS demonstrations of Kurds in northern Germany began Monday and were supported by hundreds of protesters in the cities of Bremen, Celle, Göttingen, Hannover, Kiel and Oldenburg.

In most of the cities, protests went off peacefully and were virtually trouble-free, but in Celle police failed to prevent clashes.

The first brawl between about 100 Kurds and Muslims on each side took place Monday, but police in Celle, a town of 71,000, with the help of colleagues from Hannover, Oldenburg and Wolfsburg, prevented serious clashes between the two groups.

On Tuesday, however, the two sides, armed with stones and bottles, attempted to break through police lines to attack each other.

Police in full anti-riot gear used pepper spray and batons to repel the attackers and prevent violence. Though the situation calmed down and no officers were injured, a large police force remains in the city to prevent a possible escalation.

Some of the Muslims taking part in the clashes in Celle were “Chechen nationals” who came there from all over Germany, Cellesche Zeitung reported.

A wave of anti-IS protests organized by Kurdish activists has rocked many European capitals, including London, Brussels, The Hague and in Sweden’s Gothenburg.

The Kurdish diaspora in Europe is protesting that the Islamic State militants in Iraq and Syria are attacking Kurdish communities with impunity, without meeting any serious opposition on the ground apart from Kurdish peshmerga militias. The assault of jihadists on the Kurdish settlement of Kabani in Syria, near the Turkish border has already claimed over 400 lives, while airstrikes by the US and its allies against IS fighters in Syria are not focused on protecting Kobani.

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  • DaveMed

    Welcome to multiculturalism.

    Anti-Whites like to believe that these people will leave their squabbles in the deserts and swamps from which they came.

    They are wrong.

    • SentryattheGate

      yes, they are warring desert tribes; brutal and violent within their own families and throughout their societies! Europe had very low crime (and welfare) rates until these brutal heathens were allowed in! That’s another reason that the citizens of the EU hate the EU; the massive immigration and the resultant crime and welfare use!

    • Petronius

      The existence of large cohesive subgroups is always fatal to democracy.

      This is especially true where, as here, the subgroups have limited will or capacity for civilization. In such cases the country inevitably tends to degenerate into semi-anarchy or into some form of despotism.

  • MekongDelta69

    Key words: In Germany.

    Pathetic…

  • Steven Barr

    It is ridiculous for people to talk of “Syrian Kurds” and “Iraqi Kurds”. Iraq and Syria are not nations. They are just lines drawn on a map by British civil servant Mark Sykes and his French counterpart Francois Picot.

  • Scattering

    Kurds are a group of Indo-European speaking people, hence part of the Aryan tribe. The Arabs are Semites.

    • M.

      They tend to be more European-looking than Arabs, yes. Especially the Yazidis. But they’ve also lived there for centuries now, and non-negligible interbreeding seems to have taken place.

      If by Aryan you mean white (as in “white race), then they’re not Aryan.

      • propagandaoftruth

        Woot woot! Go Kurds!

        Charles Bronson was descended from Muslim Tatars…that lived peacefully amongst Christians for centuries and fought against other Muslim Tatars, served Christian Lords.

        Sometimes weird stuff happens.

        • Nimadan

          I’m mildly sympathetic to the Kurds too (in the latest Iraq horror) but that’s as far as I permit myself to go. In the ten years after the overthrow of Saddam, the minority Chaldean Christians, Assyrian Christians, and Yezidis of Kurdistan were badly treated by the newly dominant Kurds. While there were no massacres of the kind the jihad-maniacs are doing, there was certainly a great deal of vicious bullying.

          Going back a century and over a border, a lot of the muscle the Turks used to genocide the Armenians was actually supplied by Kurdish tribesmen. Most of Turkish Kurdistan used to be populated by Armenians. After the original owners had been eliminated, Kurds settled in the vast stretch of hardscrabble mountain country that was now empty. Armenians regard the Turkish-Kurdish festivities of the last fifty years with considerable Schadenfreude…..

          In the modern West, I’ve heard of gangs and/or clans of Kurdish criminals operating in Germany, Australia and

          • propagandaoftruth

            Oh sure. I “caveated” myself with an abnegation of the search for the magical brownie, lol…
            I love Schadenfreude, and thanks for spelling it first.

          • Zimriel

            You’re right.

            And most recently the Kurdish peshmerga promised the Yazidiya in Sinjar that, oh, of COURSE we will protect you; and then pulled out and let the caliph have his way with the locals.

            The Near East is full of this nonsensical tribal nonsense. Pardon the redundancy.

            PS. I’d love it if the non-Muslims, or at least non-whackjobs, united against what is clearly a threat to humanity in this region. But whadda I know. I’m a Z!0ni$t.

        • Bossman

          Wasn’t this guy a favorite Hollywood “Indian”?

          • propagandaoftruth

            Yeah, he often played sorta white characters or vaguely mixed types.

            Once Upon a Time in the West. Great flick, on Netflix.

      • Scattering

        Aryan refers to the proto-Indo-European speaking nomadic tribe originated from the plain between Black sea and Caspian sea. All Europeans except Magyars and Finns are descendants of the Aryan tribe. Kurds, Iranians, Northern Hindus and Tocharians are from that tribe as well.

        • propagandaoftruth

          Yeah, I believe the Kurds speak an Aryan language but are closer to Levantine Semites genetically. Also may be related to Kassites, an aboriginal group neither Semitic nor Aryan.

          • Zimriel

            The internet tells me that Kurdish nationalists (of a more educated bent) identify themselves with the Mitanni. Hurrian-Aryan mix who ruled the area in the Bronze Age.

            Genetically, I don’t know, but I do note that the most (sorry, I have to use the word) inbred of them are the Yazidis. They look Eurasian white to me; not Semitic.

          • propagandaoftruth

            In old old days a little inbreeding was not a problem.
            Infanticide, you know?

            I think there is a genetic divide between “Semites”. I distinguish between what I call “Levantine Semites” who are most likely to be non-Sunni, non-Muslim, and South Arabian Semites, who are mostly Sunni Muslim.

            I consider most Levantines to be White, most non Levantines to be likely to have significant amounts of black genetics from the Arab slave trade.

        • OS-Q

          Correct me if I am wrong, but I believe Basques and the peoples of Corsica, Sardinia, Malta, and the Baleares are of non Indo-European origin as well – though clearly white of course.

          I’ve heard Erin (as in Ireland) is a related word to Iran.

          • propagandaoftruth

            There were base populations of people in Europe long before the Aryans came. Very little is known of them, as they were replaced/overlayed by Aryans.

            Pelagians, Basques…some evidence the Picts in Scotland as well.

            I refer to base populations of arguable race who become part of White populations as “Pelagians” as the aboriginal inhabitants of Greece were called by the Aryan Greeks. Eventually the Pelagians disappeared and only Greeks were left in Greece.

            Then the Muslim Turks showed up.

          • propagandaoftruth

            “Aryan” is the word “Indo-European” was supposed to replace so as not to suggest Hitler.

            Eff Hitler. I like “Aryan”. Half the syllables and I’m an Aryan.

            Aryans from Ireland to Tocharia in western China. And beyond.

            But Aryans did interbreed with all populations they subsumed. I would suppose the more similar, the less likely a caste system.

          • OS-Q

            An Indian (dot) once sent me to a site that explained most of this, and pointed out that the Aryans in Europe interbred with an already white people, whereas the ones in India had a caste system for a while until they eventually interbred with the locals. Being a product of a public middle school at the time, I was quite surprised as I had thought only white people would think this way.

            A funny thing is that not only are there at least two “Georgia”s in the world, there is place called Iberia in the Caucuses too.

            I think it must have been the inventions of the river-boat and wagon that carried us across Eurasia – quite fitting that much of the US was settled the same way thousands of years later.

          • propagandaoftruth

            I never considered the rivers, but I do know the horse was almost certainly domesticated by ancient Aryans, of whom the Hittites (Liwians) were an early, possibly pre-diaspora, offshoot.

            One of the finest manuels on horse breaking and training is a Hittite fragment. None have ever done better. They also looked down upon bestiality, death being the punishment for it, unless it was the case of a beast forcing itself upon one, in which case the unfortunate must never come within the presence of the king or a priest.

            I guess that’s better than killing the poor fellow.

            But regardless, horses were first used to pull carts like donkeys and oxen. It was Aryans who bred them big enough to hold the weight of a man, and when that happened…well, well, well…

            There was some sort of early Aryan Diaspora. I have a crazy theory it may have been triggered by a Black Sea flood – breaking of Dardanelles, salinating a below sea level Aryan Lake Eden freshwater paradise. This would make it the last major flood, and correlates well with the early diaspora.

            Regardless, with the development of lactose tolerance, the Aryan Folk spread far and wide from a very early time.

            Read the fragments of the Zend Avesta, early Zoroastrian concepts of God, Justice, the good Folk of the meadows who plow the earth, and the raiders who roam the steppes…that kind of stuff. “Zarathushtra” to more accurately reflect the Persic origin.

      • Bossman

        Those racial differences are not all that great. The problem with these ethnic groups are their slavish religions.

        • propagandaoftruth

          People also go with religions that they “like”. Some of this must be a function of inheritance, and therefore some faiths may be more amenable to some Folks.

          Most forms of Islam, for example, lend themselves best to blacks and such with lowish IQ and r-style breeding pathologies. Others, like libtard style Christianity, lend themselves well to suicidal eloi evolutionary freak Whites, for example.

  • TruthBeTold

    They even enrich us with their cultural, ethnic, religious feuds.

    • There is plenty of enrichment to go around, as long as it is in white lands.

  • anony

    Take notes; these “games” are coming to a neighborhood near you.

    Thank all of you multiculturalists for these wonderful previews. sarc/off

  • Remove all references of “German(y)” and the (formerly) German cities where this happened, and I’d swear that this happened somewhere in the Middle East. I keep thinking about the demography is destiny line.

  • Steven Barr

    As bad as Turks are I think Germany is in a fortunate position. I would take them any day over our Pakistanis or France’s Arabs.

  • NoMosqueHere

    Pro ISIS agitators should be shot on site.

    • Sick of it

      Uh oh, now the Secret Service is gonna come after you…

  • George Costanza

    Lets not get too excited and picks sides here, these Kurds are mostly muslim too!

    • propagandaoftruth

      Yeah but…not looking for pet brownies mind you…

      There always seem to be sub-groups of wierdos amongst almost every bigger group. Often these wierdos represent something of an abnegation of the greater group, to the point of serving against…their own.

      Self loathing White Christians and Jews are not the only examples of this.
      The Kurds appear to represent some form of positive evolution in action in their alliance with the West and willingness to oppose their co-religionists.

      Get ’em Kurds

      I think Kurds have somehow learned to take their Islam with a grain of salt and to hate most other Muslims. Kind of the obverse of Jobbik.

      • George Costanza

        True…They just loathe the arabs, I think that’s what unifies them.

        • propagandaoftruth

          See? What’s wrong with hatred?

          Hatred – making friends and sealing alliances for millennia.

  • ckmariner

    What kind of Europe are these White liberal European politicians handing over to their children and grand children? No wonder fewer and fewer Whites want to have children. Europe is devolving into the Middle East and no Whites want to raise families in that horrifying environment.

  • LHathaway

    This is how they do free speech. Who said radical muslims can’t learn a thing or two from leftists.

  • Ella

    Do the Germans ever deport? This would be a perfect time to thin out their warring crowds.

    • propagandaoftruth

      If they let the Kurds do a little dirty work, things might get a little easier…

      Germans do have a pragmatic side.

      • Oil Can Harry

        Sorry but Muslim Kurds don’t behave any better in the West than Muslim Turks.

        • propagandaoftruth

          I have no experience with, so no argument.

          They must be better than Durkha Durkha Jihad sand negroes.

    • Sick of it

      The police are too busy arresting homeschoolers and “anti-Semites”

    • SentryattheGate

      Some years ago, Germany offered Turks $3000 and an airline ticket to go home (forever, hopefully). But few took the offer. $3000 was probably equivalent to 1-2 years wages back home.

  • OS-Q

    Here’s your Muslims protesting ISIS – overwhelmed by the violent majority backing ISIS

  • MBlanc46

    I trust these incidents have brought at least a few Germans to their senses.

    • ShermanTMcCoy

      You’d think so. But they’re still silent, in deadly fear of being called “you-know-whats.”

  • IstvanIN

    Funny, I thought the fight was between Prussians and Bavarians.

    • drunkbobby

      Like the Bavarians could make that a fight worth reporting.

  • dd121

    Suppose the Germans should re-think their immigration policies?

    • propagandaoftruth

      Long ago. Like all of “us”.

      • dd121

        Hopefully, we’re working on it.

  • Wie ist die Verscheidenheit fur sie, Deutschland?

  • KenelmDigby

    In fact, this is just a warning, a premonition, if you will, of the dire future Germany faces due to the political fetishism of politicians bringing on massive third world immigration.
    One day, the darkies won’t just be hacking each other to pieces. They will unite and start hacking blond haired blue eyed Germans to pieces, and at that point they will have all the demographic and political power.
    Don’t scoff, this is highly likely to happen.

  • Bossman

    Yes, the Germans made a huge mistake by attacking Jews. The world would’ve been a very different place had they not done that.

  • david dorian

    Not at all. They just need to portray themselves as victims for their plight and sympathy will come.

    It has to be seen as injustice though.

    Everybody hates a winner or someone they envy in this sick liberal worldview.

  • archer

    The perfect storm of “dieversity”.

  • newscomments70

    I remember hearing about this in suburban Frankfurt, 20 years ago. A friend pointed to arabic graffiti which translated something like, “Death to the Kurds”. The local “youths” had a diversity problem amongst themselves. The solution is quite simple, but liberal Germans are still in a quandry.

  • propagandaoftruth

    Never say never. Of course it depends on what you mean by “The Germans” as well as the definition of the word, “never”.

  • sulbernick

    it’s called diversity…