Posted by Exile on April 14, 2007
The Copenhagen City Court set the precedent recently as to how much terrorist propaganda may be spread before that propagation becomes incitement to terrorism.
The court found that Said Mansour, long time buddy of the blind sheik Omar Abdelrahman, was guilty of incitement and sentenced him to a paltry 42 months of incarceration. The sentence was light by my standards. This man should have been put away for longer than three and one half years. And he gets to keep his Danish citizenship, though only the Lord knows why. If he so dislikes our country, how could the court have granted him the right to remain here? Deportation after serving his sentence would have served him, and us, better.
Under any circumstances, this was a victory for those of us who oppose these fanatics. It is the first time the anti-terrorist laws concerning incitement to terrorism have been used since they were enacted in 2002.
Mark this as a victory for the law in Denmark.