Brussels' Police Officer Stabbed in Suspected Terror Attack
In another sign that Europe and especially Belgium is becoming a lawless hellhole increasingly dominated by fanatical Jihadists, a police officer has been stabbed in a suspected Islamic attack.
A Brussels police officer was injured in a knife attack in front of the city's main police station this morning, a spokeswoman has said.
The attack took place on the second day of a state visit to Belgium by French President Emmanuel Macron.
A police spokeswoman told reporters: "A police officer was stabbed and slightly wounded" and taken to hospital. His colleagues retaliated by firing shots at the attacker who was subdued" but whose life is not in danger.
The policeman was stabbed outside the city’s main police station in Rue du Marché au Charbon at about 5.30am local time.
The Belgian newspaper DH cited unnamed sources as saying the attacker shouted “Allahu akbar” (God is greatest).
Belgium has been on high alert since suicide bombers struck at Brussels airport and on the city’s metro in 2016, killing 32 people.
And with demographics radically shifting and a new Islamist party gaining in popularity, the good people of Belgium can expect much more "diversity" in the years to come.