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Hamburg's G20 rioters are 'crazy' in the eyes of Arab refugees

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Arab refugees watching anti-G20 riots in Hamburg from the relative safety of a falafel joint said on Saturday the rioters were insane for destroying their tolerant adoptive city and were astonished by what they saw as the police's restraint.

"If people did this in Egypt they would be shot," said Ibrahim Ali, a 29-year-old Egyptian who came here in 2011. "The state provides everything: housing, unemployment benefits and education. Yet those people are not happy. I don't get it."

Ali and two more refugees from Syria and Egypt were serving beer, falafel, hummus, tabouleh salad and other Middle Eastern delights to protesters who had started leaving the Sternschanze quarter as police special units moved in against the rioters.

"They are crazy. I can't believe my eyes," said Mohammad Halabi, 32, a Syrian who arrived in Germany as a refugee some 18 months ago. "They have such a beautiful country and they're destroying it."

 

http://www.reuters.com/article/us-g20-germany-migrants-idUSKBN19T124?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=59616c2704d30124cc18171f&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter

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If only they would turn that kind of crazy to defending their culture and homeland.

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