(RAIR FOUNDATION) – On Sunday, September 5, 2021, a fight broke out between two 10-year-old children in the north-western Normandy commune of Val-de-Reuil, France. One of the boys is from the Kurdish community, and the other is from Africa. Faced with a petty quarrel, the children’s migrant parents intervened. But instead of easing tensions, a war broke out between the two communities. As a result, several people were severely wounded, and arrests took place.
Three people had to be hospitalized after the young children’s dispute ended in a tribal clash, with over one hundred parents becoming involved. The migrant adults attacked each other with baseball bats, hatchets, iron bars, axes, and knives until police intervened. Then, officers needed to use tear gas to break up the violent mob.
One of the two children and his mother were severely beaten before being hospitalized. The father, from the African community, then retaliated, injuring several people, including one very seriously. The victim, a man from the Kurdish community, was transported to a local hospital with a grave eye injury.
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