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Today in Jewish History – Nissan 25

Sponsored by Aish.com: In 1933, King Christian X of Denmark attended the 100th anniversary celebration of a synagogue in Copenhagen, to demonstrate his solidarity with the Jews. During the Holocaust, King Christian served as a rare example of refusal to cooperate in the murder of Jews. Almost all of the Jews of Denmark survived the […]

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The “tiny minority of Moslem extremists” keeps growing

What is Al-Muhajiroun? It’s supposedly a defunct organization which was banned in the UK, but is now opening up a branch in Denmark. Al-Muhajiroun, an extreme radical Islamic movement that openly supports al Qaeda and Osama Bin Laden will open an office in Copenhagen in the next few weeks. “We have already been in Denmark […]

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Eight Muslim Terror Suspects Arrested in Denmark

From Eight Muslim Terror Suspects Arrested in Denmark: Danish intelligence agents Tuesday arrested eight Islamic militants with links to leading al-Qaeda figures, and said they were plotting an attack involving explosives. The suspects, ages 19 to 29, are of Afghan, Pakistani, Somali and Turkish origin, said Jakob Scharf, head of the PET intelligence service.

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Wiesenthal Centre to Danish Prime Minister: Withdraw State Award To Holocaust Denier

Received by email:~~~~~~~~~~~~~The Simon Wiesenthal Centre has urged Denmark’s Prime Minister, Anders Fogh Rasmussen, to void a monetary award by the Ministry of Culture’s Arts Council (Kunst Raadet) to Erik Haaest, known as the “Holocaust Sceptic”. In his protest to PM Rasmussen, Dr. Shimon Samuels, the Wiesenthal Centre’s Director for International Relations, wrote in part: […]

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Danish paper wins Mohammad cartoon libel case

A court ruled on Thursday that a Danish newspaper did not libel Muslims by printing cartoons of Mohammad that unleashed a storm of protests in the Islamic world. Seven Danish Muslim organizations brought the case, saying Jyllands-Posten had libeled them with the images by implying Muslims were terrorists.[Smooth: Implying? ] The Aarhus court said in […]