Ivar Mol tweeted that Muslim children cheered when they heard about bombings in Belgium carried out by Islamic militants. Shortly after he posted that tweet, he got a visit at his home in Breda, Netherlands, from three police officers who warned him against making such posts. After media reported on the police visit, Breda mayor Paul Depla apologized to Mol.
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