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Muslim migrants – angry that they weren’t being given “enough Nutella, Gummibears and chocolate” – burned a conference center to the ground in Dusseldorf, Germany, during Ramadan, according to German Red Cross employees.
The migrants caused nearly $10.6 million in damage to the building used as a major hub to house refugees on June 7, the Express reported Monday. But a gang of Muslim migrants reportedly grew angry that the day-time treats were in short supply by nightfall. So the migrants set fire to the hall, which housed 280 people. As they torched the building, the migrants reportedly shouted, “There isn’t enough Nutella, Gummibears and chocolate.”
The fires injured 26 people. The community center must now be completely rebuilt. The news site reported that two men have been charged with arson. One is an Algerian known as Adel D., who is facing accusations of aggravated arson and dangerous bodily harm. The other, a Moroccan known as Mohammed B., attempted to rally more migrants to help light fires and is accused of arson.
The New York Times earlier reported that the “suspects had entered Germany under false names and nationalities, and had to be identified through their fingerprints.”