Denmark Dhimmitude

DANISH POLICE LOOK BETWEEN THE FINGERS AT MUSLIMS CALLING FOR DEATH TO TROOPS…….

It’s the very same illogic that prevails in Sweden, where a Mosque sold tapes that vilified Jews and called for their deaths.

On one tape, which featured a picture of Sheik Ahmed Yassin, the Hamas leader that Israel assassinated in March 2004, said: “Oh God, eradicate the Jews, Oh God, eradicate the Jews, Oh God, eradicate the Jews! Oh God, curse them and banish them and let them be whipped by suffering. Oh God, over heaven and earth!”

According to Swedish Radio, the tape also spoke of “Jews as vermin, as brothers of monkeys and pigs, and that there is no solution to the Jews but a jihad – a holy war”.

So remember folks, in this present day and age of Leftist multiculturalism and political correctness that has hamstrung common sense and rational thinking, nonsense such as this is not only approved of, it passes for normal. KGS


Police: legal to debate Muslim “armed resistance”

A police investigation has cleared Islamic organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir of any wrongdoing in connection with a public debate in January that focused on “the duty of armed resistance for Muslims in Afghanistan and surrounding nations”.

The meeting was roundly criticised, partly because Hizb ut-Tahrir had illustrated the invitation to their meeting with pictures of Scandinavian soldiers returning home from the war in coffins.

The police opened an investigation because the invitation to the meeting could be read as a call to armed rebellion, reports Berlingske newspaper.

“The invitation’s statement that passivity is unacceptable for a Muslim can probably be read in a variety of ways,” said police lawyer Dorit Borgaard. “But we believe there is insufficient evidence to prove that Hizb ut-Tahrir has done anything criminal if we compare the invitation with their follow-up press release and what their representative said at the meeting.”

The comments were made as part of a public debate about Denmark’s participation in the war in Afghanistan. In such a situation the freedom of speech should carry some weight, said Borgaard.

More here.

* H/T: TROP

 

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