Whose idea was this? Angela Merkel? Germans ought to be outraged at this, and demanding that the “Martyr Museum” be shut down. Or have they become so desensitized to jihad terror as Muslim migrants inundate the country that they take this in stride? Merkel is presiding over, and creating the circumstances for, nothing less than the destruction of Germany. If Germany lets this stand, it shows that German authorities have entirely lost their moral compass. This happened before in German history, and six million Jews were murdered. How many people will be murdered this time?
“Fury as ‘martyr Museum’ in Germany includes Paris jihadist who stormed the Bataclan, killing 90 people,” by Sophie Inge, Mailonline, December 4, 2017:
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A Berlin art installation dedicated to ‘martyrs’ has prompted outrage by including one of the Paris jihadist attackers alongside the likes of Martin Luther King and Socrates, with the French embassy calling the display ‘deeply shocking’.
The so-called ‘Martyr Museum’ by a Danish art collective shows the portraits of 20 people throughout history who ‘died for their convictions’ accompanied by short biographies.
The exhibition includes an image of French jihadist Ismael Omar Mostefai, one of three gunmen and suicide bombers who stormed the Bataclan concert venue in Paris in 2015, killing 90 people.
On display next to his portrait is an entrance ticket to the Bataclan.
Also sharing a wall with US civil rights icon King and Greek philosopher Socrates is Mohammed Atta, the pilot who slammed a passenger plane into one of New York’s World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001.
The week long installation by the art group, The Other Eye of the Tiger, was inaugurated last Wednesday at the Kunstquartier Bethanien art centre.
It sparked howls of outrage in German and French media and on social networks.
The French embassy in Berlin expressed ‘consternation’ and said it found the decision to include the attackers ‘deeply shocking’.
‘While keeping in mind our attachment to the freedom of artistic creation, we strongly condemn the confusion here between martyrdom and terrorism,’ it said in a statement.
But the art collective defended the show, saying that it condemned any kind of violence or terrorism and that it was merely taking a wide look at the usage of the term ‘martyr’….
An earlier version of the ‘Martyr Museum’ in Copenhagen in 2016 also caused controversy, with critics filing a police complaint accusing the artists of ‘encouraging terror’.
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