We’ve reported numerous times (most recently here) on the culturally enriched Vollsmose neighborhood, a suburb of Odense on the island of Fynen in Denmark. Vollsmose is one of the worst sharia enclaves in northern Europe, on a par with Slotervaart, Malmö, and Tower Hamlets.
On Monday night the Odense police made the mistake of following a suspect into Vollsmose, and discovered what so many have before them: police cannot safely enter a sharia enclave without massive backup.
Here’s the story from The Copenhagen Post:
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More violence against police officers — this time in Odense
A group of police officers who stopped a suspected criminal last night at the Vollsmose council estate in Odense were attacked and chased off by several assailants, reports TV2 News.
According to Funen police, officers in one car had attempted to stop a vehicle with ‘known criminals’ inside, but the driver kept going until he reached the Vollsmose estates. They then stopped, and when the officers got out of their car to approach the suspects they were immediately attacked, with rocks and bottles thrown at them.
The officers were forced to return to their car until backup eventually arrived.
Last night’s incident is the latest in a series of attacks on police by minority groups. Confrontations between young men took place this past week at council estates in both Copenhagen and suburban Ishøj, and a minority-backed Facebook group has been encouraging attacks on police.
Two masked men were arrested in connection with last night’s incident, but police could not directly link them to the attack. They will instead be charged with withholding their identities from police.
For a complete listing of previous enrichment news, see The Cultural Enrichment Archives.
Hat tip: TB.