Death threat to Euro politician results in fine, community service... again
Earlier this month, Belgian conservative politician Filip Dewinter and his wife had their lives threatened with death by radical Muslim and Swiss citizen El Chazoini Lishssin.
The sentence the Belgian court handed down for the terror threat was 48 hours of "voluntary social work" and a fine of €275.
Dewinter stated that such a light sentence "is almost an incentive to repeat such death threats.”
Across The Border...
Neighboring Holland is slightly more stringent then Belgium when it comes to terrorists threatening people's lives.
As reported by both DutchNews.nl and by Amsterdam's De Telegraaf, Dutch born and bred Abu Qaasim was found guilty of threatening the life of conservative and nationalistic Dutch politician Geert Wilders.
In a speech in Amsterdam's Dam Square, Qaasim was joined by his mentor, Britain's noted hate-cleric Anjem Choudary, as Qaasim stated: (...)