SIAD, the organization to Stop the Islamification of Denmark, has taken the battle for Denmark’s freedom a stage further. According to the Danish constitution “(Any) society that operates by, or attempts to achieve its goals by violence, incitement to the use of violence or other punishable influence… may be dissolved by law”.
And according to SIAD, that includes every mosque in Denmark where violence is preached. Not only that, there are verses in the Koran which are directly in opposition to the above stated, and therefore, they should be removed from the Koran in Denmark.
Not content with letting it stay in Denmark, SIAD contacted both a Turkish newspaper, Al-Jazeera and a couple of Arabian embassies. The Danish ambassador in Turkey is a bit red-faced about the whole affair and is trying to pour a little oil on the unholy waters.
Asked about a recent controversy on some verses of the Qur’an and an organization that is demanding that mosques be shut down, the ambassador says this has absolutely nothing to do with the Danish government. “It is a very small organization, unknown to the vast majority of Danes. The present case should primarily be seen as a provocation. The mere fact that the chairman of the association, Anders Gravers, sent copies of the complaint to Al-Jazeera TV and to the embassies of Muslim countries in Denmark shows that,” says the ambassador.
Well, it may be a very small organization now, but it is growing, Mr. Ambassador. And it isn’t going away. One would perhaps have expected him to add that the constitution is as it is, and that SIAD has a point. Perhaps the ambassador hasn’t read it.
The whole idea of sending their message out to Al-jazeera and the like is simple. It will save the oh-so insulted imams another long journey to the middle east to spread a shed load of lies, á la motoons. A Turkish journalist, writing for both a Turkish newspaper and a Turkish (English language) paper in Denmark has covered the story. There has apparently been a bit of confusion. The newspaper says that verses 67 and 69 in the Koran are the offending items. Not quite true. It is paragraphs 67 and 69 in the Danish constitution that are being quoted to forbid the verses. I am sure this will be corrected.
Here is the quote from the newspaper:
A Danish party demands censorship for Quran.
A political party named SIAD (Stop Islamiseringen af Danmark-Stop Islamisation of Denmark) has demanded a censorship for parts of Quran, stating that that certain parts ‘encourage violence.’
After the caricature crisis and the attack on Muslim graves, Denmark has hit the headlines for the third time again with its anti-Islamist movements. A political party called Stop Islamisation of Denmark has claimed that 67th and 69th verses of Quran are violating the Danish constitution and the mosques across the country should be closed according to the 78th article of the Danish constitution. SABAH Newspaper has talked with the leader Anders Graves of SIAD; a party that has about 400 members. Gravers said: “Denmark is our country. Some verses of the Quran are filing me with worries about the lives of my children and grand children.” Stating that they have no intention or expectation on banning the Islam religion across the country Gravers said people living in Denmark should obey the constitution of the country no matter what they believe in.
Very clever tactics if you ask me. Use the law to make your point. Will this get to court? I don’t know. But it would make an interesting test case. And it would show Europe the way to take up the fight.
Let’s see if this can wake a few politicians from their peaceful and highly lucrative slumber. I am in no doubt, if we make it clear to the islamists that they are not welcome and that they are unwanted, many will leave. This can only add to their discomfort and hasten their departure.
Don’t like it here? Then get the hell out.