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Anti-Islamic film's maker faces UK ban

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posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 06:08 AM
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Geert Wilders is a democraticly chosen MP, with his first elections got 10 seats in parliament [thats a lot in The Hague for a new party!]..His views on the radical Islam are well understood by millions of Dutch voters and he likes to put things on the agenda with sometimes extreme fashion[he knows we can not ban the Koran but he puts things on the agenda and well in media coverage]..The Danish parliament invited him in 2008 after FItna, a government more known with aspects of freedom of speech and with the same sentiments about Islam as in the Netherlands..As the Netherlands still a stable country.
What the British did with a fellow EU democraticly chosen MP was more in the fashion of Chamberlain selling out Sudetenland, Brown is doing the same thing with your own country, in fact London is already being pulled down by extremist imams and there are ton's of them...


"but hey, peace for our time"


Leapoffaith, have one word for you...NSB



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posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 06:37 AM
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Do you think all the rabid extremist clerics should be thrown out of the country as well?

Why should intolerant bigots preaching hate for people they've never met get preferential treatment just because they hide behind organised religion?

Its interesting that the well respected British broadsheet newspaper the Times has reported that 'fifty' per cent of British mosques are now under hardline,fanatic control - maybe Holland has a similar percentage.


www.timesonline.co.uk...

Almost half of Britain’s mosques are under the control of a hardline Islamic sect whose leading preacher loathes Western values and has called on Muslims to “shed blood” for Allah, an investigation by The Times has found.

Riyadh ul Haq, who supports armed jihad and preaches contempt for Jews, Christians and Hindus, is in line to become the spiritual leader of the Deobandi sect in Britain. The ultra-conservative movement, which gave birth to the Taleban in Afghanistan, now runs more than 600 of Britain’s 1,350 mosques, according to a police report seen by The Times.

Seventeen of Britain’s 26 Islamic seminaries are run by Deobandis and they produce 80 per cent of home-trained Muslim clerics. Many had their studies funded by local education authority grants. The sect, which has significant representation on the Muslim Council of Britain, is at its strongest in the towns and cities of the Midlands and northern England.

Figures supplied to The Times by the Lancashire Council of Mosques reveal that 59 of the 75 mosques in five towns – Blackburn, Bolton, Preston, Oldham and Burnley – are Deobandi-run.

A commentator on religious radicalism in Pakistan, where Deobandis wield significant political influence, told The Times that “blind ignorance” on the part of the Government in Britain had allowed the Deobandis to become the dominant voice of Islam in Britain’s mosques.

Khaled Ahmed said: “The UK has been ruined by the puritanism of the Deobandis. You’ve allowed the takeover of the mosques. You can’t run multiculturalism like that, because that’s a way of destroying yourself. In Britain, the Deobandi message has become even more extreme than it is in Pakistan. It’s mind-boggling.”


Heres what goes on in some mosques:
video.google.com...

Why shouldn't some of these people in the documentary be prosecuted for seditious treason?



posted on Feb, 14 2009 @ 01:54 PM
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Originally posted by deccal



No. You are wrong.


No. You are wrong.


First read the article, then contemplate.


lol wut? I read it. Not much to contemplate.


Freedom of speech has its border


Not on the internet. Even in real life, there shouldn't be a border and you should say whatever you want, regardless of how much faux outrage is caused.


In Germany, you can not say "I am a Nazi", nor you can support them.


So what? This isn't about Germany. Using a country who have a guilty conscience over Nazis to illustrate your point is pretty sad.



This guy on the news that you didnt read is a racist too and he only humiliates eastern cultures and religions.


I read it. He's says he's not, and he's right. He's a politician that only humiliates a religion that overreacts to everything like a giant hypersensitive drama queen. Hell, even Al Qaeda have issued a call to murder Geert Wilders because he had the temerity to diss Islam and ask for the Quran to be banned in the Netherlands because it incites violence.

Oh the irony!



By the way, your words contains a bad humor. It is wrong and has a bad humor.


By the way, your words contain a bad tumour. It is wrong and has a bad tumour. Don't forget your "U"s.


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[edit on 14/2/09 by MacDonagh]



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