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Venice: Moroccan Muslim Entered Church And Damaged Crucifix

The church in Sestiere Cannaregio is consecrated to the Old Testament the prophet Jeremiah, close to the Grand Canal.

San Geremia
The man shouted repeatedly: “I will give you the truth. I bring the truth.”

A few days ago in Venice, a crucifix was badly damaged by a Muslim in the Church of San Geremia. The man shouted repeatedly: “I will give you the truth. I bring the truth.”

The church in Sestiere Cannaregio is consecrated to the Old Testament the prophet Jeremiah, close to the Grand Canal, which dates from the 11th century. While the Campanile is 850 years old, it is one of the oldest towers of Venice, the church took its present form in the 18th century. It is famous mainly because of the relics stored therein of St. Lucy.

On July 12, a Moroccan Muslim with French residency, entered the Venice church filled with visitors and rushed with loud cries to the large 300 year old crucifix. Here the man shouted, according to witnesses, repeatedly: “I will give you the truth. I bring the truth.” He snatched the three-meter-high cross and proceeded to damage the Corpus and cross by stomping it. He tore the left arm figure of Christ off.

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The Carabinieri led the man away. This “Islamism” is treated in the politically correct West as a form of mental illness, and the man who will not face the consequences was medically examined, cited and then placed at liberty.

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