Hodjanernes Blog

25 juni 2010

Opvarmning til Kristallnacht v.2.0

Filed under: Antisemitisme, Berlin, Danmark, Imamer, Indvandring, Islam, Jihad, Koran, Terrorism, Ytringsfrihed — Skjoldungen @ 21:42

Den slags har vi allerede i Mohammedanmark – men her nævner pressen intet om bøllernes oprindelse.

BERLIN – “Arab youths threw stones at a Jewish dance group during a street festival in Hannover, injuring one dancer and forcing the group to cancel its performance, German police and dance officials said Thursday. The teenagers also used a megaphone to shout anti-Semitic slurs during the attack Saturday, Hannover police spokesman Thorsten Schiewe said. “I don’t remember such a dramatic attack in Germany in recent times,” said Michael Fuerst, the head of the Jewish community of the state of Lower Saxony. – Six suspects have been identified — five Arabic immigrants and one German — and police are looking for the other three, police said. The six range from nine to 19 years old and have been questioned by police. – Hannover prosecutors are investigating those involved on suspicion of incitement and causing serious bodily harm, prosecutor Irene Silinger said. – Stephan Kramer of the Central Council of Jews in Germany condemned the attack.

“This latest incident shows something we have not experienced before: A growing radicalization of young Muslims, which affects not only the Jewish community but the entire German community,” Kramer told The Associated Press. The Central Council of Muslims in Germany could not immediately be reached for comment.”

Pakistan vil henrette opfinderen af Facebook

Filed under: EUSSR, Imamer, Islam, Jihad, Koran, Pakistan, Shariah, Ytringsfrihed — Skjoldungen @ 21:25

Han må nok hellere holde sig borte. Også fra EUSSR når Pakistan underskriver Den Europæiske Arrestordre…

Indiaserver: “Popular social networking site Facebook’s founder Mark Zuckerberg is in trouble now as he is facing serious charges in Pakistan. That means, the 26 year old CEO of Facebook will have to avoid any journey to Pakistan to avoid death penalty. Zuckerberg is being charged by the Pakistani court under the Pakistani penal code Section 295-C that says, “Use of derogatory remark etc, in respect of the Holy Prophet, whoever by words, either spoken or written, or by visible representation, or by any imputation, innuendo, or insinuation, directly or indirectly, defiles the sacred name of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) shall be punished with death, or imprisonment for life, and shall also be liable for fine.” – However, Zuckerberg denied any derogatory remarks against the Prophet. The website was a party to this offence, the court said. Meanwhile, another Pakistani court has asked the Pakistan Telecommunication Authority to ban some ‘blasphemous’ websites like Yahoo, MSN, Hotmail, Google, Amazon and Bing. This is a new twist in Pakistan as it had banned both YouTube and Facebook on similar charges a month before. However, the ban was revoked later.”

Pressemeddelelse fra Europa Rådet

PACE unanimously opposed to a general ban on wearing of the burqa

Strasbourg, 23.06.2010 –There should be no general prohibition on wearing the burqa and the niqab or other religious clothing, the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) has said – though it added that legal restrictions may be justified “for security purposes, or where the public or professional functions of individuals require their religious neutrality, or that their face can be seen”.

In a resolution unanimously adopted today, the Assembly – which brings together parliamentarians from the 47 Council of Europe member states – said the veiling of women is often perceived as “a symbol of the subjugation of women to men” but a general ban would deny women “who genuinely and freely desire to do so” their right to cover their face.

However, the parliamentarians added: “No woman should be compelled to wear religious apparel by her community or family. Any act of oppression, sequestration or violence constitutes a crime that must be punished by law.” European governments should also seek to educate Muslim women on their rights, as well as their families and communities, and encourage them to take part in public and professional life.

The Assembly, approving a report on Islam, Islamism and Islamophobia prepared by Mogens Jensen (Denmark, SOC), also called on Switzerland to repeal as soon as possible its general ban on the construction of minarets, which it described as discriminatory.

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I disse år udgraves en del af Stalins massegrave

Her er en af dem:

A mass grave has been unearthed by Russian motorway builders. Experts believe the estimated 500 victims – including children – were shot in the back of the head by dictator Josef Stalin’s secret police in the 1930s.

“This happens all over the country, it’s impossible to say how often,” Felige said. “All we can to is put up monuments to remember the dead.”

Twenty years after the fall of communism in Eastern Europe, the Polish government are about to completely erase memories of the Cold War past and make everything from the hammer and sickle and red flag to trendy Che Guevara t-shirts and posters illegal.

Ungarn: An amendment to the Criminal Code was passed by the parliament’s majority center-right party FIDESZ (Hungarian Civic Union) on Tuesday, Itar-Tass reports. According to the new legislation, those denying, casting doubts on, or depreciating the crimes committed by the Communist regime will be facing from one to three years behind bars.

Medieopmærksomhed


Dry Bones

Tip: G.G.