The following is from Dr. VanHelsing:
“On May 4th, the Dutch people remember those who were killed during WWII, both civil and military victims.
It is custom to have two minutes of silence from 8 pm to 8.02 pm that day, every year. The video shows the remembrance ceremony in a former concentration camp in Vught, a village in the south of the country. During the two minutes of silence, voices can be heard from the nearby prison.
The prisoners are shouting ‘allahu akbar’. It turns out that these were convicted terrorists of the islamic faith who are held in the high safety wing of the prison, also known as the terrorist wing.”
Thank you C. And Dr. VanHelsing