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3 Muslim Players In Dutch Ajax Youth Soccer Division Who Assaulted Policewoman Will Be Allowed To Stay On Team

March 17, 2015

MIM: The headline reads "Ajax places heavy punishments on youth players for assaulting policewoman" in reality the 3 Muslim players will be allowed to stay on the team with one of them not allowed to play for a season. According to the article the 3 will be training separately in the coming weeks. In addition they will have to give a presentation about the situation and thereby offer their apologies on all the players and the youth educational division. Finally all three players will be put into service with projects from The Ajax Foundation, whereby attending will be placed in schools in and around Amsterdam on 'Life Skills'. One of the attackers will have to follow an external course on conflict resolution.

This is not the first time Muslim soccer players in Holland have assaulted people involved in the game. A few years ago Moroccan Muslim players attacked a Dutch referee and killed him. (see below)

PVV leader Geert Wilders has called for the 3 players, a Turk and two Moroccans to be stripped of their Dutch citizenship and deported. If this is not possible he advocated that they be prosecuted to the fullest extent that the law allows.



Ajax legt zware straffen op voor jeugdspelers na mishandeling agente

De Nederlandse voetbalclub Ajax heeft maatregelen getroffen tegen de drie jeugdspelers die vorige week donderdag betrokken waren bij de mishandeling van een agente. Dat meldt de Amsterdamse club op zijn website. De gedagvaarde speler Zakaria El Azzouzi komt dit seizoen niet meer in actie.

‘De club heeft hem contractueel de hoogst mogelijke boete opgelegd. Daarnaast moet hij een externe cursus conflictbeheersing volgen', klinkt het. Aschraf El Mahdioui en Samet Bulut kregen geen dagvaarding en worden niet vervolgd. De twee junioren zullen een maand niet meer spelen bij wedstrijden van Ajax. ‘De spelers hadden niet in deze situatie terecht mogen komen', zegt de clubleiding.

De drie jeugdspelers zullen de komende twee weken apart trainen. ‘Ook zullen zij een presentatie geven over de situatie en daarbij hun excuses maken aan alle spelers van de jeugdopleiding. Tot slot zal Ajax de drie spelers gaan inzetten bij projecten van de Ajax Foundation, waarbij op scholen in Amsterdam en omgeving aandacht wordt besteed aan ‘Life skills', meldt de club.


"Global Media Conceals Fact that Football Players Who Beat Dutch Referee to Death were Moroccans," by Cheradenine Zakalwe at Islam Versus Europe, December 5 (thanks to The Religion of Peace):

The story about a referee being beaten to death by players of a Dutch
youth club went round the world. Here's a typical example from the

Richard Nieuwenhuizen was doing what he loved: watching his
son play football and helping out his local club by running the
touchline as a volunteer linesman.

On Monday the 41-year-old father's passion for football cost him his life.

Prosecutors announced on Tuesday they were charging three players, two
15-year-olds and a 16-year-old, with manslaughter, assault and public
violence for alleged involvement in a vicious attack on Nieuwenhuizen
after a youth match between two local clubs, Buitenboys and Nieuw
Sloten. The players, whose identities were not released, will be
arraigned on Thursday at a closed-door hearing.

Prosecutors say a group of Nieuw Sloten players surrounded Nieuwenhuizen
and kicked and punched him after the match against his son's team on
Sunday . Nieuwenhuizen went home to lie down, and returned later to
watch another game, where he collapsed and was rushed to hospital. He
died the next day.

Prosecutors released no details of a possible motive and the Buitenboys
club chairman, Marcel Oost, said the reason for the attack was not

"We still don't have a clear picture yet," prosecution spokeswoman Brigit Haan told Associated Press.

Almost all reports left out one important fact however: the perpetrators were Moroccans.

This fact was mentioned by the German newspaper Tagesspiegel, referencing a report in a Dutch newspaper.

That the attackers who have been arrested were three
Moroccans, according to the "Algemeen Dagblad", certainly does not make
the case any easier. According to an Interior Ministry report from
November 2011, 40 per cent of all Moroccan immigrants aged between 12
and 24 were arrested, sentenced or charged within the last five years.
In city districts where people of Moroccan descent form a majority of
the inhabitants, youth criminality already reaches 50 per cent.

Source: Tagesspiegel.de Via: PI


MIM: A Muslim soccer player in Detroit was sentenced this week for the murder of a popular referee.

Ref's Wife: It Will Always Be Murder In My Eyes

Detroit — One by one the women in Jon Bieniewicz's life spoke through tears Friday to the man convicted for taking his life from a deadly punch to the face during a soccer match last summer.

And at the end of her words to Bassel Abdul-Amir Saad, Bieniewicz's widow Kris offered her husband's killer a soccer red card, which was one of Bieniewicz's last actions as a soccer referee before Saad punched him in the jaw causing Bieniewicz's death a few days later.

It was a red card — which ejects a player from a soccer match — that prompted Saad to deliver a fatal blow to Bieniewicz's face that took the popular soccer referee's life last year.

Saad received 8-15 years in prison and was ordered to pay more than $9,200 for Bieniewicz's funeral expenses as well as other costs associated with the case...

...Saad, 37, pleaded guilty last month to manslaughter charges for delivering a fatal punch to the face of Bieniewicz, 44, June 29 during a soccer game in Livonia. Saad had faced trial on second-degree murder charges before he took the plea, and he also faces possible deportation back to Lebanon.

Witnesses say Saad became angry because Bieniewicz ejected him from the game at Mies Park. Saad, say other players and spectators at the soccer match, "sucker punched" Bieniewicz, a Westland resident.


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