Shorter version from a different angle, showing the Queen’s dawning dismay and the police escorting the Muslim preacher out:
Welcome to Eurabia. Here is yet another indication that Islamic supremacists will not allow the Infidels to maintain their practices that are forbidden by Sharia — such as music. Expect much more of this sort of thing in the new Europe. “Man disrupts Queen’s concert,” a translation (error correction invited) of “Man verstoort concert Koningin,” from ShowNieuws, September 3 (thanks to Ferenc):
Tonight a man was arrested at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. There was a classical concert scheduled in the Great Hall, where Queen Beatrix sat on the first row. Concertgebouw director Simon Reinink confirmed this to ShowNieuws.
This man, neatly dressed in a suit, entered the stage and began a speech about Islam. He called himself the servant of God and invited the public to believe. One person who was present wrote on Twitter: “He said: ‘There is no bomb … I’m sorry.'”
When the guards discovered that he was not a speaker on the program, they took him off the stage and brought him over to police. According Reinink, the man did not threaten the queen. Therefore she remained quietly in her seat.
The somewhat confused man, who is known to the police, spent the next night at the police station.