Islam in Finland Islamic terrorism


He’s at it again.

Abu Hurairah Finlandi is just over 20-year-old man from a Pakistani background, who last fall was studying business economics at the Satakunta University of Applied Sciences in Pori. Shortly after the start of the academic year he was reported to have left for the Middle East.

“Isis-fighter Finlandi” keeps NBI occupied – Pori student suspected of threatening MPs with terrorism

koran finnish 9.25A threat on Monday was sent to MPs under the name of, Abu Hurairah Finlandi, with verses borrowed from the Koran.

National Bureau of Investigation (NBI) has launched an investigation into the threat to kill the MP’s by the man from Pori, who is his own words is associated with impressive extremist Islamist Isis organization in Syria and Iraq.

NBI suspects the fighter using the name of, Abu Hurairah Finlandi, is guilty of a “terrorist intent with an illegal threat”, which may be sentenced to a minimum of four months to a maximum of three years in prison, says the investigator, Olli Töyräs, of the Central Criminal Police Department.

This is the first time in public, on behalf of the Isis organization, a threat has been given in Finland.

Abu Finlandi threatened the life of The Finns parliamentarian for the first time at the end of December  last year in an e-mail, which MEP Jussi Halla-aho published in a Facebook post. The man sent a new threat on Monday, which, in turn, member of Parliament, James Hirvisaari, of the Change 2011 Group published on his blog as also being a vivtim of the threat.

More in Finnish at Helsingin Sanomat.

One Response

  1. “Isis-fighter Finlandi” keeps NBI occupied – Pori student suspected of threatening MPs with terrorism”

    Really, why is this portrayed as a bad thing? It should be encouraged. More muslims should threaten politicians. Perhaps this is the only thing that will guarantee real, decisive action by our governments.

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