Riot in Brussels after Belgium-Morocco: the neighborhood rises between anger and misunderstanding

Riot in Brussels after Belgium-Morocco: the neighborhood rises between anger and misunderstanding

The day dawns on Brussels and the day after the riots which occurred in the center of the capital the damage is still visible. Nearly 200 thugs sought confrontation with the police, vandalized vehicles, street furniture, windows. The violence occurred shortly after the Belgium-Morocco match.

Waking up is a bit difficult for the inhabitants of the neighborhood. This morning, shops and cafes were reopening little by little. It’s time to take stock of the damage that occurred on Sunday. All the shops closed around 4 p.m. just after the Belgium-Morocco match. They felt that the party was turning into a riot. Some stayed in front of their establishment to try to protect their shop window, but in vain because terraces were devastated, chairs and tables were thrown on the road or used as a barricade or even directly thrown in the direction of the police. order.

This Monday morning, the inhabitants navigate between anger and incomprehension. Anger for some who discover their damaged car, but incomprehension especially in the face of these behaviors that everyone condemns. It is also their image that has been tarnished, that of the vast majority of Belgian-Moroccans who only aspired to savor the moment of celebration, but spoiled by a few dozen thugs.

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