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  • Geert Bourgeois en de islam

    Geert BourgeoisBegin april voelde onze minister-president zich geroepen om, in de nasleep van de tragedie van 22 maart in Brussel, ook zijn duit in het zakje te doen. Hij deed dat in ‘De Zondag’, overgenomen door ‘De Morgen’.

    Hij ontvouwt een plan met twee luiken. Enerzijds nul tolerantie tegenover de intolerantie. Anderzijds met open armen toegaan op onze moslim medeburgers. Bourgeois maakt zich – terecht – zorgen over de cohesie van onze maatschappij.

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