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Abu Laban is considering leaving Denmark
The controversial Iman Ahmed Abu Laban is considering leaving Denmark if his Moslem congregation vill allow him to (move).
Abu Laban commented to TV-Avisen (one of the two most seen national tv news programs) that it isn't directly the Mohammad-affair that makes him consider moving, but a great number of misunderstandings and suspicions directed towards Moslems over many years.
If the Imans congregation allows it, he is ready to leave in a month. He hopes to that he will be allowed to go to Gaza in Palestine, where he originally resided.
Abu Laban came to Denmark in 1985, he lives here with his wife and seven children.
Copyright © 2006 Netavisen Infopaq.Sandmonkey comment: GOOD effin riddence. Kick every single one of those Jihady Imam assholes out!
Bendtsen wants to investigate Imams.
Deputy Prime Minister Bendt Bendtsen (Conservatives) wants the basis for the Imams residence in Denmark to be investigated, when the Mohammad-affair has ended.
To Jyllands-posten, he says that we need to look into why residence permits are given to people who directly do harm to Denmark, for instance by symphatising with flag burnings or by participating in delegations to the Middle East.
Henrik Sass Larsen, spokesman for integration for the Social Democratic party, sees no news in this. He says that he shares the wievs on how Imans need to fill their role (in society), without doing damage, but that he does not see precisely what it is Bendt Bendtsen wants to do.Copyright © 2006 Netavisen Infopaq. Sandmonkey Comment: He wants to kick them out Bendtsen. That's the plan.
"Democratic Moslems" wants to set the tone.
Newly started "Democratic Moslems" have elected Naser Khader chairman and have set as their goal to set the tone of the debate.
The group has just constituted itself and introduced its seven new members of the board as well as the goals of the group, in a press conference Thursday.
"We wish to set the tone in the future debate on integration, and also to spread the understanding of democracy in the Islamic world!, new chairman Naser khader said.
The group has an ambition to become international and to form contacts in both the western and the Moslem world.
The group has also written a program of principles that all new members need to sign, it includes clauses to respect democracy.
The support group that was formed immediately after the formation of "Democratic Moslems", led by Asger Aamund (a leading Danish Industrialist) also constituted itself and participated in the press conference.
"They are the stars, we are the water-carriers", said Asger Aamund and added that any means that the support group recieves will be given directly to the "real" group.
So far individuals and business have donated a total of 452.000 Dkr. (US$ 72.000).
Copyright © 2006 Netavisen Infopaq. Sandmonkey comment: YAY. That's what I am talking about. Go Khader!
Cartoonists daughter called on by Moslems
12 Moslem men attempted to seek the daughter of one of the 12 cartoonists at her school, said Jens Rohde (Political chairman of the Left Party) this Thursday.
He gave the information during a debate on the Mohammad-cartoons in TV-Avisen (Danish national news program).
He claimed that the 12 Moslem men had called on a daughter of one of the cartoonists, but she was not at the school that day.
He later told Ritzau that he had recieved the information at a meeting with the cartoonists, who have now gone under ground, having recieved death threats.
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