Liberalism is a mental disease — and it’s only getting worse.
For the first time in its history, Denmark has banned 6 “hate preachers” from entering the country. Five of the six are radical Muslim imams whose preaching could whip up the country’s fast-growing Islamic population into a violent mob. More than one is tied to terrorist organizations.
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So, this European country is keeping Islamic hate preachers from sparking a new Muslim revolution within its borders.
So far, so good.
But years of left-wing indoctrination means they did it in the most PC way possible. They actually said that burning the Koran was as bad as helping al-Qaeda get weapons or inciting Muslims “to smash skulls and to sever limbs.”
The sixth “hate preacher” banned from the country is Pastor Terry Jones, the Florida preacher who once burned a copy of the Koran. Jones torched the Muslim “holy book” to protest the Iranian government sentencing a pastor to death for converting from Islam to Christianity.
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Jones has already paid a steep price for thinking he had the right to free speech. That earned Jones the number two spot on al-Qaeda’s hit list, and he still has a $2 million bounty on his head. He was arrested for trying to burn more Korans and then had his french fry stand hounded out of business by angry liberals.
Now 65, he’s reduced to working for Uber.
Pastor Jones is a Christian who opposes Islamic terrorism, hatred, and murder — a man marked for death by the very people who destroyed the World Trade Center on 9/11.
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Just compare him with the five other “hate preachers” banned by Denmark:
- Bilal Philips, was named as an unindicted co-conspirator in the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. He’s publicly defended suicide bombers, been accused of having links to ISIS, and said that husbands have the right to rape their wives. He’s already been banned from England, Australia, Germany, Kenya, the Philippines, and Bangladesh.
- Mohamad al-Arefe is a Saudi preacher who is said to be in daily contact with al-Qaeda in Syria. His publicly praised “the desire to shed blood, to smash skulls, and to sever limbs for the sake of Allah.” He’s banned from Switzerland and England.
- Sheikh Mohammad Rateb al-Nabulsi was allowed to do a 17-city tour of the U.S. to collect money for Syrian “rebels” (that is, terrorists) by President Obama in 2014. He has said suicide bombers should be considered martyrs and that all Jews should be considered potential murder targets. As for gays, “Homosexuality carries the death penalty,” he says.
- Salman al-Ouda has been quoted approvingly by Osama bin Laden. He spent five years in jail for calling on Muslims to overthrow the Saudi Arabian government because he thinks it’s not Islamic enough. He has called the Holocaust “a myth of tremendous proportions” and that Jews murder children at Passover in order to make “matzos with human blood.” He even called Mickey Mouse a “soldier of Satan.”
- Kamal el-Mekki, an American Muslim who has defended killing Muslims who leave Islam and said adulterers should be publicly whipped by the government.
Like they say on Sesame Street: “One of these things is not like the other….”
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To liberals, though, they’re apparently the same.
The nation’s minister of immigration said his country “will not accept that hate preachers come to Denmark to preach hatred against Danish society and indoctrinate others to commit violence against women and children, spread ideas about a caliphate, and in general undermine our fundamental values.”
But since when is the Koran part of Europe’s “fundamental values”? When did Mohammed become part of Danish culture in the land of Hans Christian Andersen?
Europe today has no “desire to reproduce itself, fight for itself or even take its own side in an argument,” Douglas Murray wrote recently in The London Times. That’s why even the list of five foreign hate preachers was a huge step forward.
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And make no mistake about it, Denmark has every reason to be concerned about Muslim terrorism. Islamic jihadists have struck Denmark twice, in 2007 and 2015. In 2010, police arrested five men who planned to murder the man who published cartoons of “The Prophet” Muhammad.
Still, Denmark just can’t stop itself from helping people who hate them. As The Horn News reported, dozens of Muslims fought for ISIS while collecting welfare in Denmark. And there’s been no reform at all.
Danish authorities are too busy persecuting “hateful” Christians like Pastor Jones.
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— The Horn editorial team