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Jolly Joker
13.10.2005, 21:07
Nachdem es in Dänemark wieder zu Morddrohungen kam, will nun kein Schriftsteller mehr an islamkritischen Büchern mitarbeiten. Die Schriftstellergewerkschaft sagte, daß damit die Demokratie gefährdet sei:

Danish artists scared of Islam

16. sep. 2005 11.31 English
Since the murder of the Islam critical Dutch film director Theo van Gogh, and the violent attack on a lecturer at the Danish Carsten Niebuhr Institute, Danish artists are fearful of criticising Islam.

Author, Kåre Bluitgen, is due to publish a book on the profit Mohammed in two weeks time, but so far no one has agreed to illustrated the work through fear of reprisals from Islamic extremists.

According to the author, three artists have turned down an offer to illustrate the book based on their fear of being attacked if they do so.

The president of the Danish Writers Union, Frants Iver Gundelach, said that it is a gross attack on freedom of speech, and the issue will be taken up at the next union meeting.


Doch nicht nur Terroristen sind eine GEfahr. IN Australien sollen 2 pastoren ins GEfängnis, weil sie Koranverse zitiert haben:

Pastors ordered to apologise
June 22, 2005

TWO Christian pastors found guilty of vilifying Muslims have been ordered to apologise for the comments they made.

Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) deputy president Michael Higgins ordered two pastors of the Evangelical Order Catch the Fire Ministry to apologise over statements made in a speech, comments on a website and in a newsletter.

The comments included that Muslims were training to take over Australia, encouraged domestic violence and that Islam was an inherently violent religion.

The Islamic Council of Victoria complained to VCAT that the comments breached the Victorian Government's Racial and Religious Tolerance Act and in December last year the tribunal found that they had breached the legislation.

Judge Higgins today ordered that a statement be published on the Catch the Fire website, in its newsletter and in two metropolitan newspapers

Outside the tribunal, one of the pastors who was taken to VCAT by the Islamic Council, Danny Nalliah, described himself as a martyr for free speech and said he would go to jail before apologising.

"Right from the inception, we have said that this law is a foul law, this law is not a law which brings unity," Pastor Nalliah said.

"It causes disunity and as far as we are concerned right from the beginning we have stated we will not apologise. We will go to prison for standing for the truth and not sacrifice our freedom and freedom to speak."

So kann man eine Demokratie ganz schnell kaputt machen. Was passiert eigentlich, wenn die mal 20 oder 30% der Bevölkerung stellen (in Holland so in 10 Jahren).

13.10.2005, 21:21
Na dann haben die Islamisten ja ihre Sache erreicht ! :]

Mark Mallokent
13.10.2005, 22:08
Feiges Pack diese Dänen. Sollen sie doch auf den Knien rumrutschen.

14.10.2005, 09:50
Die Wikinger sind halt ebenso ausgestorben wie die Deutschen. Gut für den Islam und seine Gotteskrieger.

Jolly Joker
14.10.2005, 12:42
Feiges Pack diese Dänen. Sollen sie doch auf den Knien rumrutschen.

Wenigstens die dänische Königin hat Mut. Sie hatte schon vor ein paar Monaten zum Kampf gegen den Islam aufgefordert. Die Dänen sind zu tolerant, sagte die Königin :))

We must show our opposition to Islam, says Danish queen
By Hannah Cleaver in Berlin
(Filed: 15/04/2005)

Queen Margrethe II of Denmark has called on the country "to show our opposition to Islam", regardless of the opprobium such a stance provokes abroad.

Her comments further undermined the image of Denmark as a liberal haven for those seeking a new life in northern Europe.

Queen Margrethe II
The Danish government has already been accused of fuelling xenophobia by introducing measures which effectively closed the country to asylum seekers.

But in overtly political passages from an official biography published yesterday Queen Margrethe makes comments certain to complicate her nation's relationship with Muslims.

She said: "We are being challenged by Islam these years - globally as well as locally. It is a challenge we have to take seriously. We have let this issue float about for too long because we are tolerant and lazy.

"We have to show our opposition to Islam and we have to, at times, run the risk of having unflattering labels placed on us because there are some things for which we should display no tolerance."

"And when we are tolerant, we must know whether it is because of convenience or conviction."

The Queen, who turns 65 tomorrow and has reigned since 1972, wields no political power but does occasionally comment on political issues.

Denmark has seriously limited immigration in the past three years and the anti-immigrant Danish People's Party, an ally of the centre-Right government, has pushed through laws making it harder to bring in foreign spouses or qualify for asylum.

The queen told her biographer, Annelise Bistrup, apparently referring to Muslim fundamentalists: "There is something impressive about people for whom religion imbues their existence, from dusk to dawn, from cradle to grave."

She said she understood how disaffected young Muslims might find refuge in religion. This tendency should be fought by encouraging Muslims to learn Danish so they could integrate better, she said.

"We should not be content with living next to each other. We should rather live together."


Mark Mallokent
15.10.2005, 16:33
Ich sehe schon. Die dänische Königin ist der einzige Mann in Dänemark