Teachers working in Islamic parts of Brussels have made the startling claim that their students refer to the Paris and Brussels jihadis are 'heroes'.
According to Express, teachers in Molenbeek and Schaerbeek claim “90 per cent of their students, 17, 18 years old” use the term to describe the terrorists.
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Yves Goldstein, chief of staff for Rudi Vervoort, the leader of the local government in Brussels, said his friends who teach revealed this to him.
“Our cities are facing a huge problem, maybe the largest since World War Two,” he said.
“We have neighbourhoods where people only see the same people, go to school with the same people,” he added, alluding to Europe's infamous no-go zones. “What connection do they have with the whole society, what connection do they have with real diversity?”