Hodjanernes Blog

30 september 2015

Jyllands Posten i dag for 10 år siden

JP_Muhammed

Jeg har den originale side liggende et sted i gemmerne.

7 oktober 2011

Jyde-Potten med kortvarigt klarsyn

Jyde-Potten har kortvarigt fattet hvad det drejer sig om, men det er selvfølgelig heller ikke dem selv, der er kilden:

Det er ikke et uforsonligt Israel, der er årsag til den manglende fred mellem Israel og palæstinenserne og etablering af en palæstinensisk stat.

af Charles Krauthammer;  The Washington Post

Jyllands-Posten 6. oktober 2011

Når Jyde-Pottens og Pravda-fra-Pilestrædes pushere ringer på privattelefonen og forsøger at prakke en et prøve-abonnement på, er det en fornøjelse at kunne sige ‘jeg abonnerer ikke på venstreorienterede aviser’. Man kunne ønske at DanMarx Radio var underlagt samme markedsvilkår.

1 september 2011

Kim Møller er gæsteblogger hos Firoozeh Bazrafkan

Læs hans kronik, som Jyllands-Posten valgte ikke at publicere.

“Jeg blev gjort medskyldig.”

4 januar 2011

STRATFOR om terrorplanerne mod Jyllands-Posten

30 september 2010

Jyllands-Posten 30. september 2005

28 september 2010

Norge: Terrorsigtet tilstår: Ville bombe Jyllands-Posten

(VG Nett) Shawan Saeed Sadek Bujak (37) has confessed that he and two other accused were planning terrorist acts.

The goal was to blow up the danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.

12 september 2010

Terroristen fra Hotel Jørgensen ville bombe Jyllands-Posten

Læs mere på EB!

30 august 2010

Al-Qaedas dødsliste

26 august 2010

Terrorekspert i USA frykter ny Muhammed-krise

En ledende amerikansk terrorekspert frykter en ny Muhammed-krise når Jyllands-Postens kulturredaktør Flemming Rose utgir en bok om Muhammed-tegningene.

23 april 2010

Muhammed-tegner sier han presses til å slutte

Mannen bak den mest omstridte av de såkalte Muhammed-karikaturene, Kurt Westergaard, sier han er blitt bedt om å pensjonere seg mot sin vilje.

30 oktober 2009

Muslimer: Terrorplan uforenelig med Islam

Muslimernes Fællesråd tager stærk afstand fra de to personer, der nu er anholdt for at planlægge terrorangreb mod Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten.

Tip: GG

14 februar 2008

Fem minutter i tolv

Vi bliver nødt til at vaccinere vore børn mod den sygdom, som islamismen udgør.

POLITIKERE fra alle Folketingets partier kunne 12/2 mødes i fælles afstandtagen fra det afværgede attentatforsøg på Jyllands-Postens tegner Kurt Westergaard. PETs snarrådige indgriben aktualiserede på ny debatten om islamisternes fremgang i Danmark. Det er nu fjerde gang inden for få år, at PET griber ind og forhindrer terrorangreb i Danmark, hvilket de skal have stor anerkendelse for.

Efterhånden er det gået op for de fleste af Folketingets partier, at vi i Danmark – som i andre europæiske lande – har et problem med ekstreme muslimer, der tilsyneladende har en ubændig trang til at sprænge uskyldige mennesker i luften.

Der har været talt utroligt meget om årsagerne til den såkaldte radikaliseringsproces blandt muslimer, som det hedder på politisk korrekt dansk. Vi kender ikke årsagerne til, at nogle muslimer pludselig får lyst til at slå mennesker ihjel, lyder det.

Læs mere Af Pia Kjærsgaard, folketingsmedlem, formand (DF)

Tip: TB

11 april 2006

Appeasement Danish Style – Descent into Dhimmitude

While most media accounts of the “cartoon jihad” focused on the publication of the cartoons, and on the ensuing violent reaction by some Muslims — who were depicted by the much of the press as victims! — few reporters have ventured to describe the increasingly hostile climate that Muslim extremists had succeeded in creating in Denmark before the publication.

In fact, an examination of Jyllands-Posten’s own pages reveals why its editors likely decided to publish the cartoons in the first place — as well as why the obscurantist rioters were so confident that they would prevail.

In late 2004 — a University of Copenhagen professor of Moroccan Jewish descent — was kidnapped in broad daylight and brutally beaten by three Muslim youths for the “crime” of having read from the Quran during a lecture. A few months later, a Danish publisher used anonymous translators for an essay collection critical of Islam for fear that any named assistant would suffer a similar fate. And in an incident immediately preceding Jyllands-Posten’s decision to run the cartoons as a test of self-censorship, Danish artists refused to illustrate a children’s book about Muhammad.

These incidents, all disturbing, don’t even scratch the surface of the appeasement Danes have made to accommodate the people who unleashed violence against them. In Copenhagen’s public schools, the only food available to students — regardless of their religious affiliation or lack thereof — are Halal (prepared according to Islamic dietary requirements). In Denmark, a country which enjoys well-deserved praise for the courage with which citizens came together to save its small Jewish community during World War II, Danish Jewish students today cannot attend certain public schools because their very presence is viewed by administrators as “provocative” to radicalized Muslim peers. The country’s only Jewish school, Copenhagen’s 300-pupil Carolineskolen, founded in 1805, nowadays is constrained to operate behind a double ring of barbed wire.

Naser Khader, the Damascus-born son of a Palestinian father and Syrian mother who has served as a Danish parliamentarian from the Social Liberal Party since 1994, now lives under round-the-clock police protection because he committed the “crime” of giving his daughter a kafir (“infidel,” read “Western”) name. Compounding his “apostasy,” he founded a moderate Muslim group with over 700 members, Democratic Muslims, after the outbreak of the “cartoon jihad” to campaign against Islamic establishmentarianism. Imam Ahmad Abu Laban — the same character who instigated Middle Eastern anti-Danish riots with his portfolio of doctored cartoons — then labeled Mr. Khader and his supporters “rats in a hole.” One of the members of Khader’s new group, Iranian refugee Kamran Tahmesabi, recently told a Belgian newspaper, “It is an irony that I am today living in a European democratic state and have to fight the same religious fanatics that I fled from in Iran many years ago.”

After the “cartoon jihad” had seemingly run its course, this past February 12, the Danish chapter of the radical group Hizb ut-Tahrir availed itself of the Scandinavian country’s “decadent” freedoms to hold a meeting in the Copenhagen neighborhood of Nørrebro, where it attempted to stoke the flames of hatred. The participants at this gathering minced no words about the “infidels” who populate their country. Leader Fadi Abdullatif (who had previously received a 60-day sentence for threatening to kill Jews) turned his wrath on Denmark’s popular bicycle-riding sovereign, Queen Margarethe II, whom he accused of involvement in a “conspiracy” with Jyllands-Posten and Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen to “harm Islam.” The state prosecutor, under pressure from Muslim groups, declined to bring charges.

Historically, non-Muslim minorities (i.e., Jews and Christians) could escape the ravages of violent jihad only by surrendering to Islamic domination through a treaty of agreed-upon subjugation and oppression (dhimma) that turned them into “protected persons” (dhimmis) with second class status within the real of Islam. Today, it seems that even non-Muslim majorities are requested to descend into dhimmitude to avoid the wrath of some new immigrants. But, to paraphrase our own American Freedom Marchers, we are citizens, not dhimmis. Of course, once one has let oneself be treated like a dhimmi, it becomes hard to protest.

American Crusader

En ikke så flatterende måde at se på Danmark på!

31 januar 2006

Imam viser falske billeder og BBC kolporterer dem

I et tv-indslag hævdede BBC World mandag, at Morgenavisen Jyllands-Posten har offentliggjort billeder af profeten Muhammed med grisenæse og griseører.

I indslaget fra BBC optræder imam Abu Bashar ansat i Nyborg Statsfængsel, mens han fremviser billedet af profeten som gris til officielle repræsentanter for Den Arabiske Liga, der senere har fordømt tegningerne.

Den britiske journalist, som lægger stemme til indslaget, hævdede desuden, at Jyllands-Posten havde undskyldt offentliggørelsen af tegningerne.

Kan piske stemning op

Statsministeriet oplyser, at det har rettet henvendelse til BBC for at få tv-stationen til at fjerne indslaget. Også nyhedsbureauet Reuters er blevet kontaktet af Statsministeriet, da det har leveret billederne til BBC. Statsministeriet henvendte sig, »fordi indsalget kan være med til at piske en stemning op i den arabiske verden.«

Billedet af Muhammed med griseører og grisenæse har aldrig været offentliggjort, men Det Islamiske Trossamfund har tidligere forklaret, at billedet blev sendt til dem anonymt, og at en delegation af herboende muslimer tog det med på deres rejse til Egypten for at vise, hvad muslimer udsættes for i Danmark.

Imam Abu Bashar ønsker ikke at kommentere sagen, men henviser til talsmand og imam Ahmed Akkari. Det lykkedes i går ikke Jyllands-Posten at få en kommentar fra ham.

Jyllands-Posten rettede også henvendelse til BBC i går for at gøre opmærksom på misinformationerne.

http://www.jp.dk/indland/artikel:aid=3527718/