Denmark

Lars Hedegaard among the producers of new anti-Islam animation

The Copengahen Post 7 July 2014
By Christian Wenande

The controversial Danish anti-Islamist Lars Hedegaard is among the backers of a new controversial animation film about the life of the Islamic prophet Mohammed and his marriage

 

Austrian parliament to discuss banning the burka after European Court of Human Rights upholds French rules

Daily Mail 7 July 2014
By Chris Pleasance

Politicians in Austria are set to introduce a motion to ban burkas after the European Court of Human Rights upheld French rules barring people from covering their face in

 

Denmark may enact French burqa ban

The Copengahen Post 6 July 2014
By Andreas Jakobsen

A ban on people wearing clothing that covers their face in public, like a burqa or niqab, may find its way to Denmark following a landmark decision at the European Court of

 

‘Jihad cool’: an Islamist version of Occupy

spiked 6 July 2014
By Frank Furedi

Throughout the West, we are hearing stories about young Muslims who turn from party animals focused on having a good time into zealous holy warriors off on a mission to turn

 

Former MI5 agent's warning over fighting in Syria

BBC News 6 July 2014
By Frankie McCamley and Chris Smith

In his first radio interview, a former Islamic radical, who turned and joined MI5 has warned some young Muslims to think twice about fighting in Syria. Morten Storm rose

 

Isis is a bigger threat than Al Qaeda, reveals double agent

Daily Express 6 July 2014

Danish-born Morten Storm converted to Islam in prison in 1997, joined extremists in the Yemen in 2001 and met some of Al Qaeda’s top men. But in 2007 he had a loss of faith

 

Jihad terror-inciter Anjem Choudary starts new branch in Denmark

Islamist Watch 4 July 2014
By Nicolai Sennels

Via 10news.dk, translated from EB: A controversial European Islamist is starting to organize in Denmark. The British Islamist Anjem Choudary visited Copenhagen

 

The Terrorists Are Among Us

Gatestone Institute 4 July 2014
By Geert Wilders

In several Western countries, the authorities are concerned about the security risk posed by young Muslim immigrants who went to Syria and Iraq to wage jihad and are now

 

At least 100 Danes have fought in Syria

The Local 4 July 2014

The Center for Terror Analysis estimates that at least 15 Danes have died while fighting in the Syrian civil war. Those who come back alive can recruit others and use their

 

Why is This Not Betrayal?

Gates of Vienna 1 July 2014
By Fjordman

It is dismissed as a "crazy conspiracy theory” if one suggests that Western political elites actively support the Islamization of Europe and the Western world. Yet one might argue that this is not a conspiracy theory — or even a theory — merely an observation.

 

Islamic Values vs. Judeo-Christian Values

FrontPage Magazine 1 July 2014
By Nonie Darwish

My dear friend Ali Sina mentioned in his most recent article that a Muslim professor, Hossein Askari, believes that Western nations lead the World in "Islamic values” and that most Muslim nations practice the least Islamic values.

 

A cartoon revival in Denmark

The Chronicle Herald 1 July 2014
By BRUCE MacKINNON

In the lush green and wooded countryside on the outskirts of the small Danish city of Viborg, there is a magnificent old inn called the Niels Bugges hotel. It was recently the

 

Study: Denmark is one of the most Islamic countries in the world

The Copengahen Post 27 June 2014
By Lawrence Shanahan

A new study by two George Washington University academics ranked 208 countries on what they have coined the ‘Islamicity index’. The ranking is based on how closely a country

 

Dutch journalist given 10 years in jail for 'helping' Muslim brotherhood

DutchNews.nl 27 June 2014

An Egyptian court has found a Dutch journalist guilty of assisting the banned Muslim Brotherhood and sentenced her to 10 years in jail, in absentia. Rena Netjes is one of a

 

Denmark’s first ‘real’ mosque opens, bankrolled by Qatar

The Times of Israel 25 June 2014

COPENHAGEN — Denmark’s largest purpose-built mosque, including the country’s first minaret, opens on Thursday in Copenhagen’s gritty northwest district after receiving a 150

 

Politicians blast Islamic Councils anti-gay comments

The Copengahen Post 25 June 2014

Mohamed Al Maimouni, a spokesperson for the Danish Islamic Council – which is behind the construction of Denmark’s new grand mosque set to open tomorrow – is in hot water after

 

Unease in Demark over Qatari-Sponsored Mega Mosque

Arutz Sheva 25 June 2014

Denmark's largest purpose-built mosque, including the country's first minaret, opens on Thursday in Copenhagen's gritty northwest district after receiving a 150 million kroner

 

Police rejects anti-Islam group's application to demonstrate outside new mosque

The Copengahen Post 25 June 2014

The anti-Islam organisation Stop Islamiseringen af Danmark (SIAD) has been told by police to stay away when Denmark’s first grand mosque opens its doors for the first time

 

Muslim Prof: West Leads the World in ‘Islamic Values’

FrontPage Magazine 25 June 2014
By Ali Sina

Are non-Muslim countries more Islamic than Muslim countries? That is what Hossein Askari, an Iranian-born professor of International Business and International Affairs at

 

Ireland 'leads the world in Islamic values as Muslim states lag'

The Telegraph 11 June 2014
By Damien McElroy

The Koran's teachings are better represented in Western societies than in Islamic countries, which have failed to embrace the values of their own faith in politics, business,

 
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