Cynical as I am about the media's stance toward critics of Islam, even I was taken aback by an article that was posted Thursday evening on the website of the Danish newspaper Ekstra Bladet, and that I assume appeared in Friday's print edition
Headlined "Lars Hedegaard moves" and written by Bo Poulsen, the article began by informing readers that on the previous day the possessions of the Islam critic, who survived an assassination attempt last month at his apartment in the Copenhagen suburb of Frederiksberg, had been loaded into a moving van and driven off.
Muslim school leader with penis hanging out of his trousers chased woman in park. Muslim school leader: racism, Jewish conspirac
Jihad Watch 7 March 2013
Nicolai Sennels is a Danish licensed psychologist known for his writings about the psychology of Islam and Muslim culture. Sennels is author of the book, "Among Muslim Criminals: a Psychologist's Experiences from the Copenhagen Municipality," based on his work in Danish capital's youth prison Sønderbro
He has also published a high number of articles on the subject, which are spread widely on the internet. Together with renowned writers on Islam such as Ibn Warraq, Hans Jansen and Bat Ye'or and others, Sennels contributed a chapter to the Dutch book Islam: Critical Essays on a Political Religion.
Girl with Palestinian background stripped, whipped and strangled by her own family for dating Danish boyfriend
Abigail R. Esman 7 March 2013
By Dr. Daniel Pipes
At 11:20 a.m. on Feb. 5, Lars Hedegaard answered his door bell to an apparent mailman. Instead of receiving a package, however, the 70-year-old Danish historian and journalist found himself face to face with a would-be assassin about one third his age
FrontPage Magazine 6 March 2013
By Daniel Pipes
At 11:20 a.m. on Feb. 5, Lars Hedegaard answered his door bell to an apparent mailman. Instead of receiving a package, however, the 70-year-old Danish historian and journalist found himself face to face with a would-be assassin about one third his age. The assailant shot him once, narrowly missing his head. The gun locked, Hedegaard wrestled with him, and the young man fled
Given Hedegaard’s criticism of Islam and his even being taken to court on criminal charges of "hate speech,” the attack reverberated in Denmark and beyond.
Gallery owner who exhibited Muhammed drawings threatened by men of "exotic" appearence armed with guns and baseball bat
Dispatch International 26 February 2013
- Dispatch International launches fundraiser to sue the newspapers Aftonbladet, Helsingborgs Dagblad and others for libel
Swedish mainstream media is sinking ever deeper into the swamp of lies. They revile people who assert their right to free expression, call people critical of Islam and immigration ‘racists’, yet refuse to print anything about the massive problems that mass immigration to Sweden have caused.
AndrewBostom.org 26 February 2013
By Andrew Bostom
Erudite, honest Danish intellectuals, and academics, spanning 176 years, from Søren Kierkegaard, to, at present, Lars Hedegaard and Tina Magaard, have openly expressed forthright truths about Islam
"Anti-fascist anti-racists" manage to scare Danish police to shut down protest against Muslim violence against Jews...
gatesofvienna.net 26 February 2013
Lars Vilks and his controversial Roundabout Dogs are coming to Malmö next summer. Hans Erling Jensen sends the following announcement concerning this important upcoming event
The public appeasement council — no, wait, Conflict Advisory Board — in Malmö will meet about Lars Vilks
Due to a planned art exhibition in Malmö this summer by the much sought-after (by Muslims) Swedish artist Lars Vilks — who wants to show a variety of his drawings and paintings, including the now famous "Roundabout Dogs” — the city council has decided to call in their so-called "Conflict Advisory Board”.
[Lars Vilks: Modoggie #6] The Conflict Advisory Board is a part of the municipality’s so-called "Dialogue Forum” where politicians and representatives of religious organisations (read: Muslim organisations and imams from the grand mosque in Malmö) occasionally gather to discuss how to avoid having Muslims in Malmö go berserk when they decide to be offended. This time the group wants to get an idea of how the Muslim representatives feel about the exhibition, and ask them to try to calm the masses.