German Muslims Rail Against Terrorism During Ramadan Rally in Cologne

StoryfulNews Published June 17, 2017 0 Plays

Rumble Hundreds of people marched in Cologne, Germany, on June 17 for the #NichtMetUns, or “not with us,” protest against terrorism and violence committed in the name of Islam. The organizers said they chose to hold the march during Ramadan because it is a “month of peace, solidarity with the poor, the family” and the community. “Perversely, the terrorists use this time again and again for particularly many of their abominable acts,” they added. The intent of the march, they said, was to tell terrorists and the world: “You [terrorists] are not us, and we are not you!” Credit: Instagram/Beenish Mohsin via Storyful