This will not curb Islam 101 being observed in Denmark, so the danger continues.
”We must break the food chain to the extremist environments and do everything we can to get in early in order to prevent people becoming radicalised,” Sareen said in a press release.
The only real way to ”break the food chain”, is to ban further Muslim immigration into Denmark, ban totally anything remotely resembling sharia in the public square, and end the policy of dual citizenship, as well as rescinding the citizenship of anyone taking part in jihad abroad.
Government to crack down on extremism and radicalisation
Violators face passport confiscation and jail time
The government has pledged to crack down hard on people travelling to take part in the armed conflicts abroad (Photo: Scanpix)
The social minister, Manu Sareen, and the justice minister, Karen Hækkerup, will today unveil the government’s new action plan concerning the prevention of radicalisation and extremism.
The action plan will strengthen preventative measures on all fronts and tighten legislation to stem the rising number of young people travelling to take part in the conflicts in Syria and Iraq on behalf of the Islamic State (IS).
“We must break the food chain to the extremist environments and do everything we can to get in early in order to prevent people becoming radicalised,” Sareen said in a press release.
“The consequences of extremist recruitment are massive. At the moment we see that young people are being killed in Syria or are returning deeply radicalised, presenting a security risk for our society.”
Among the many initiatives in the strategy is the confiscation of passports, travel bans or the suspension of residence permits for people going to fight in Syria, and a national hotline that provides parents with advice.
More here. h/t: Fjordman