Brussels March Against Fear canceled due to…fear

Brussels March Against Fear canceled due to…fear
Warding off evil in Brussels. (Image: Screen grab of user video via Twitter)

[Ed. – Might want to rethink how, exactly, we’re fighting back against extremism.  The marches and floral tributes don’t seem to be working.]

The organisers of a “March Against Fear” planned for Sunday to mark the Brussels terror attacks said they had cancelled the event after the authorities asked them to do so because of security fears. …

The authorities earlier asked for the march to be put off, perhaps for several weeks, to allow the police to concentrate their resources on the investigation into the attacks which left 31 dead and 300 wounded.

“We invite the citizens tomorrow to not have this manifestation,” Interior Minister Jan Jambon said, speaking in English.

In an earlier statement, the organisers said the march planned for Sunday was meant to show that Brussels and the country at large refused to be intimidated by terrorism and that everyone stood together.

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