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Denmark On Muhammeds Naughty List

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posted on Feb, 1 2007 @ 07:05 PM
Imam Abu Laban is dead!

They say he died of cancer...

Abu Laban er død (in danish)

posted on Feb, 1 2007 @ 11:19 PM
no ofcourse mohamed isnt god.

but every word from his bestseller book, is of course the direct commandings of god.

whats the dif? the man is only known by muslims for his posthumonous writings.

that are the direct words of god. totally pope inkarnated god style.

posted on Feb, 2 2007 @ 07:16 PM
Abu Laban was buried today, less than 24 hours after he died. That was quick... Media says the news that he had cancer broke less than 14 days ago. I didn't hear about it until he'd died yesterday...

posted on Feb, 3 2007 @ 12:49 AM
Ahmed Akkari's (the other danish Imam) car was rammed by a hit-and-run driver. Akkari was on his way home after seeing Abu Laban on his death bed. A car was ignoring a red light and hit his car very violently, and then disappeared from the scene. The police are still looking for the other car. The article says that 3 people had to be cut out of the car wreck. The article doesn't say anything about Akkari's condition.

Flugtbilist torpederede imam (in danish, but with pictures)

posted on Feb, 4 2007 @ 09:49 PM
Here's an english article regarding the death of Abu Laban. The New York Times:

The New York Times: Ahmad Abu Laban, Leading Danish Imam, Dies at 60

February 4, 2007

Mr. Laban died Thursday of lung cancer at Hvidovre Hospital here, said Kasem Ahmad, a spokesman for the organization, the Islamic Faith Community.

A Palestinian immigrant who became Denmark’s leading imam, Mr. Laban was thrust into the international spotlight during the controversy over the cartoons when he accused Denmark of being disrespectful to Islam and Muslim immigrants.

He angered many Danes by seeking support from the Middle East in his fight against the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten, which first published the cartoons.

Many blamed him and other Islamic clerics in Denmark for stirring up anger that set off large and sometimes violent protests against Denmark in Muslim countries last year.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

posted on Feb, 5 2007 @ 04:25 AM
Dying of cancer I'm assuming can't be related to anything insidious, but being rammed and then escaping? What's going on?

BTW....being buried the same day you die is nothing suspicious- it's supposed to be like that for muslims. While many muslims may not follow that rule, considering this guy was an Imam, it doesn't seem that surprising

posted on Jun, 12 2007 @ 01:14 PM
Its been a couple years now. Is this thing still going?

This week posters (pdf) started to show up around the U.K. calling for British Muslims to "Rise up against British Oppression" in a demonstration to be held June 15th, 2007.

Part of its reasoning for the demonstration? The cartoons!

if one fifth of the world’s population is offended by the cartoon caricatures of the Messenger Muhammad (saw), this is seen to be quite alright! Rather than punish the perpetrators of this sick joke, the Muslims who peacefully demonstrated against the cartoons were arrested and punished, what was their crime? Answer. Incitement to racial hatred (i.e. insulting the Danes)!

the BritishOppression website gives you the option of going to the Muslim Captives website which lists a number of individuals who have been arrested and convicted in recent months on various charges including incitement to murder. Some of those listed were convicted for their role in the now infamous cartoon demonstration in London on February 3, 2006.

Mystery Demo

Who is behind this new demonstration? It appears to be followers of Omar Bakri

some Muslim bloggers have done some sleuthing and believe it is being organised by the remnants of the banned al-Ghurabaa and Saviour Sect outfits, which were themselves formed following the disbanding of al-Muhajiroun formerly lead by Omar Bakri, now living in Lebanon.

Mystery Demo

I did a search on Google for “British Oppression” and found that a cached version of the website for the demonstration mentioned that it was the website of Omar Bakri Mohammad. So it is clear to me from this and the content of the advert for the demo, that it is being organised by his followers - they are known by the names Al-Muhajiroun, Al-Ghurabaa, the Saved Sect and the Ahlus Sunnah wal Jamaah.

They were behind the demonstration outside the Danish embassy where their activists held placards stating “Massacre those who insult Islam” and “7/7 on its way”.


Hard to belive this is still going after all this time, isn't it?

posted on Aug, 27 2007 @ 03:44 PM
It's starting again! This time in Sweden. A swedish local newspaper published a cartoon of Muhammad with a dogs body...

Iran protests over Swedish Muhammad cartoon

Iran summoned a Swedish diplomat to its foreign ministry on Monday to protest against a cartoon in a Swedish newspaper depicting the head of Prophet Muhammad on a dog's body, Sweden's foreign ministry said.


The cartoon was drawn by Swedish artist Lars Vilks, whose series of drawings of the prophet as a dog have sparked a controversy in Sweden. Several art galleries refused to display the sketches amid fears of angry reactions from Muslims.

The Örebro local newspaper Nerikes Allehanda published one of the drawings on August 18 to illustrate an editorial on self-censorship and freedom of religion.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

posted on Aug, 27 2007 @ 03:59 PM
America jumped the gun, it seems, in not publishing something that could be considered offensive to Islam. What's interesting in this case is that all the papers that are freaking out about these two strips of Opus had no problem when Berkeley Breathed was slamming Jerry Falwell. Of course, insult Christians, you may lose some subscriptions. Insult Islam, you receive death threats...

A popular comic strip that poked fun at the Rev. Jerry Falwell without incident one week ago was deemed too controversial to run over the weekend because this time it took a humorous swipe at Muslim fundamentalists.

The Washington Post and several other newspapers around the country did not run Sunday's installment of Berkeley Breathed's "Opus," in which the spiritual fad-seeking character Lola Granola appears in a headscarf and explains to her boyfriend, Steve, why she wants to become a radical Islamist.

posted on Aug, 27 2007 @ 04:56 PM
Latest news from Denmark is that Hizb-Ut-Tahrir is saying that Denmark has taken the first step into becoming a dictatorship.
The basis for such an eloborate statement comes from Fadi Addullatif, speaker for the organisation, because the Danish government is trying to make the organisation illegal by law due to it's obvious antisemitic behaviour.

Ofcourse Hizb-ut-tahrir denies such beliefs, and therefore are now throwing stones at the party in the danish government who holds the most nationalistic ideals.

The Danish government are determined to once again try to ban these alledged terrorist sympathizers.

Sorry to be posting this article in danish:

Ekstra Bladet - About Hizb-Ut-Tahrir

Another exempt from islamist blogspot:

Islam In Europe

[edit on 27/8/07 by flice]

posted on Aug, 28 2007 @ 03:33 PM
Hizb-Ut-Tahrir doesn't hide their intentions to get rid of Democracy in Denmark if they should ever get in power. They will also let sharia law rule in Denmark, and encourages use of violence to achieve their goals.

Another thread on Hizb-Ut-Tahrir in Denmark:
Hizb-ut-Tahrir Takes Control Over Kindergarden


The Swedish Muhammad Dog

Paper defends Muhammad dog cartoon

Leading figures in Sweden's media industry have backed newspaper Nerikes Allehanda, which has been criticised by Iran for publishing a cartoon depicting the Prophet Muhammad as a dog.


"The strength of freedom of expression lies in the fact that it tolerates - and protects - not only comfortable, harmless and uncontroversial opinions, but also those that are tasteless, controversial, upsetting and offensive,"


Nerikes Allehanda on Tuesday published an English translation of the editorial by leader-writer Lars Ströman. In it, he argues that while a liberal society "must be able to defend Muslims' right to freedom of religion and their right to build mosques," it must also allow the ridicule of "Islam's foremost symbols - just like all other religions' symbols."

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

See also:
The right to ridicule a religion

posted on Aug, 28 2007 @ 04:34 PM
Do you have an image of the latest cartoon?

posted on Aug, 28 2007 @ 05:28 PM
Here's a link to the Opus that's been banned in the US:

posted on Aug, 28 2007 @ 05:32 PM
Ah, the memories of yesteryear. I can still smell the embassies burning.

There are only a handful of sites that have a copy of the drawing on "the net". So I went directly to Lars Vilks website. Sure enough, there were the 4 cartoons, no, thats not right, they aren't even cartoons, more like very poorly drawn sketches. I'm not sure which 1 of the 4 images below was actually published.

Vilks site also includes drawings such as Jesus as an elephant, and Jews as a pig out to devour Palestine.

So Vilks is an equally bad artist in both religions.


posted on Aug, 28 2007 @ 06:02 PM

Thanks for posting those. It looks more like a centaur than a dog-man to me!

posted on Aug, 31 2007 @ 08:19 AM
Pakistan has now joined the fray by calling in the Swedish charge d'affaires to condemn "in the strongest terms, the publication of an offensive and blasphemous sketch of the Holy Prophet".

posted on Sep, 2 2007 @ 01:05 PM
Still Growing...

The Egyptian government has now joined Iran and Pakistan in protesting the publishing of the drawing.

Egypt did not stop with asking for an apology. It's demanding that Sweden "adopt measures" against the newspaper that published it.

In addition, Egypt called for a U.N. Resolution to make "infringements on religions" a criminal act, in an effort to "put an end to acts offending Muslims".

Egypt slams Prophet Mohammad cartoon in Sweden

[edit on 9/2/07 by makeitso]

posted on Sep, 7 2007 @ 04:29 AM
Sweden To Change Its Laws On Freedom Of Expression?

Muslims demands Sweden to change its laws!

The Local - Muslim ambassadors: 'Sweden needs to change its laws'

Fredrik Reinfeldt invited the ambassadors from 20 Muslim countries to government offices on Friday following a wave of protests from Muslim countries after the publication of a caricature of Muhammad in local newspaper Nerikes Allehanda.


Egyptian ambassador Mohamed Sotouhi told news agency TT that he and a group of fellow ambassadors had agreed on a list of measures Sweden needed to take if it was to secure a long-term solution to the Muhammad cartoon controversy.


"We want to see action, not just nice words. We have to push for a change in the law," he said.

Please visit the link provided for the complete story.

What will Sweden do? Are they going to surrender their rights to freedom of expression, and give them what they want?

posted on Sep, 8 2007 @ 03:11 AM
There's also another thread here:

Sweden 'regrets' Prophet cartoon (by khunmoon)

posted on Oct, 5 2007 @ 06:20 PM
The men who started the Mohammed cartoon violence never saw the cartoons, according to a new documentary film.

Muslims never saw Mohammed cartoons

In a new documentary film, the violent protests in the Middle East over the infamous Mohammed cartoons in 2005 are proven to have been instigated by Islamic leaders who never actually saw the drawings themselves.

The film suggests the crisis began full-force when the man many consider to be Islam’s most powerful figure, Sheik Yussuf Al-Qaradawi, declared 3 February 2006 as ‘Anger Day’ on his TV programme. A wave of violent protests across the globe unleashing followed in the wake of that transmission.

In the documentary, Kjær shows the Mohammed drawings to Al-Qaradawi, who views them for the first time. Kjær also shows the cartoons to Ali Bakhsi, the Iranian who spearheaded demonstrations in Tehran that led to the burning of the Danish embassy there. Bakhsi laughingly says the drawings look nothing like Mohammed but rather like an Indian Sikh.


[edit on 10/5/07 by makeitso]

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