Jihad Watch 21 November 2012
By Nicolai Sennels
While the newly elected Muslim majority in a local board in Kokkedal, Denmark decided not to spend 1,000 USD on a Christmas tree a few days after having spent 10,000 USD on their Eid-party, their brothers and sisters in faith in the municipality North Als found a way to benefit from the infidels' tradition: Applying for economic help to celebrate Christmas... They want our money but not our culture and we gladly pay - even if it means that Christian Danish families will then have to do without. When Christian organisations will stand up for the culture and tax payers supporting them...? One more example of The sad, sad lack of solidarity among Christians:
Gatestone Institute 21 November 2012
By Soeren Kern
"We must not have a Denmark where Danish traditions disappear as soon as there is a Muslim majority." — Tom Behnke, Spokesman, Danish Conservative Party
Muslim immigrants in a town near Copenhagen have forced the cancellation of traditional Christmas displays this year even while spending lavishly on the Islamic Eid celebration marking the end of Ramadan.
The controversy has escalated into an angry nationwide debate over the role of Islam in post-Christian Denmark, where a burgeoning Muslim population is becoming increasingly assertive in imposing its will on a wide range of social and civic issues.
Denmark: Muslim majority in local board cancels decades-old Christmas tradition, finances Eid party with 10,000 USD
Dispatch International 5 November 2012
By Lars Hedegaard
Suddenly the real causes are being discussed
With a tax burden of almost 49 percent (all taxes and fees divided by GDP, according to the government's own calculations as of August 2012), Denmark is the world's most heavily taxed country. In recent years, Denmark has competed with Sweden for the top position but has now emerged as the clear winner.
Dispatch International 22 October 2012
By Maria Celander
COPENHAGEN. The Islamist party Hizb ut-Tahrir’s annual Scandinavian conference on October 14 was a resounding success this year. In front of thousands of enthusiastic onlookers in Denmark and Sweden, a clear message was conveyed:
Gates of Vienna 19 October 2012
By Baron Bodissey
In a series of articles earlier this month (see the bottom of this post for a complete list) we reported on the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) Human Dimension Implementation Meeting (HDIM) in Warsaw.
The "Human Dimension” is one of three general categories within the OSCE. It gives governments, NGOs, and members of civil society in all the member states of the OSCE the opportunity to send representatives to meetings where human rights policies and initiatives are discussed.
Law anf freedom Foundation 18 October 2012
Our motto is "We win”. So it’s appropriate that, amid the bad news, we get a bit more good news: an online interview series with 20 people who are explaining Islam and the politically correct West.