If the Courts Won’t Play Dhimmi Ball

…then it’s fatwa time!

Islamic Society of Copenhagen can’t accept the secular laws of Denmark, and therefore they plan to seek support in the Middle East for a fatwa against Jyllands-Posten, if the newspaper is acquitted in a pending civic case, which a number of Muslim organizations has initiated against the paper, and if the European Human Rights Court also makes a decision that goes against the legal demands of the Muslims.
This is tomorrows top story in Jyllands-Posten.

”No Muslim will ever forget that the prophet was insulted,” says Kasem Ahmad.

I know a judge who lost a pair of pants who won’t give up, either. For God’s sake, give it a rest already.

2 Responses to “If the Courts Won’t Play Dhimmi Ball”

  1. See, this is the problem with the whole “Islamic/Muslim” concept (and I know I’m preaching to the choir here) ~ if the laws of the country to which they’ve attached their parasitic selves don’t bend and break to meet their demands, however ridiculous they seem to even marginally civilized observers, they take it global. So not only do you have disgruntled in-country Muslims, you’ve got to worry about some Somali a$$hole knowing your name now, too.

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