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Hør interviewet med Johan Hakelius (min 8:19) fra reportagen “De sätter agendan“. En hel del solide lønninger her (Exel), der ikke skal ud og risikere alt for meget.

»Frattini waves the geriatric card«
Immigration, he declared, is the key answer to a declining population. There is just one problem with that. England’s population is not declining. According to the Government’s own projections, it is increasing by more than the population of Birmingham every five years – and 83 per cent of that is down to immigration.

Mr Frattini waves the geriatric card. He tells us that by 2050 one third of Europe’s residents will be over 65.The short answer to this is: so what? As medical care improves, people live longer – as is true all over the world. The solution lies chiefly in people working longer as they live longer – as every serious study indicates. Sir Andrew Green: Eurobabble

Fiktiv/afdød skuespiller truer Lars Vilks

og Ericsson, Scania, Volvo, Ikea, og Electrolux. Fra kl 02 natten til lørdag:

Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, the Emir of the Believers in the Islamic State of Iraq, on the occasion of Ramadan, speaks in a 31:50 minute speech titled, “They Were Plotting and Allah, Too, Was Plotting”. The speech was issued to jihadist forums today, Friday, September 14, 2007. Baghdadi speaks to Muslims, both with words of comfort and incitement, instructing that the “door of repentance” is open during Ramadan for those Muslims who have aligned with the enemy, while at the same time, urging reprisals against Sweden for the most recent insult to the Prophet Muhammad. Here he offers cash rewards for the murder of Lars Vilks, the artist of the caricature, and the editor of the paper, Nerikes Allehanda. He adds, speaking of Swedish corporations: “We retain the right to punish those who committed this crime. And we know how we can force you to retreat and apologize. If you don’t, just wait for hits on your economy, such as your huge companies as “Ericsson, Scania, Volvo, Ikea, and Electrolux”, and this is a warning and threat.”

SITE Institute : “They Were Plotting and Allah, Too, Was Plotting” – Audio Speech from the Emir of the Islamic State of Iraq, Abu Omar al-Baghdadi – 9/2007 Der er både rapporter om at Baghdadi er
Abu Omar Al-Baghdadi, Al Qaeda’s Man in Iraq, Is a Hoax
dræbt den 3 maj i år, og at han er en fiktiv person, så Vilks og Volvo kan nok sove trygt om natten. Sandheden er måske, som Fox siger den 19 juli i år, at svovlprædikanten Baghdadi er en ……skuespiller. Ærgerligt at se JP lire Ritzau af, der heller ikke har undersøgt hvem “Baghdadi” er.

Riksdagstjänstemän ändrar mångårig kristen tradition. Gudstjänsten vid riksdagens öppnande ska bli interreligiös. Det säger Lars Starell, sektionschef på kammarkansliet som tillsammans med domprost Åke Bonnier bjudit in både en imam och en judisk kantor att medverka under mötet.
– Det här äventyrar traditionen som baseras på att vi är 7,5 miljoner kristna i landet, säger Annelie Enochson, ordförande i riksdagens kristna grupp. – Det finns en strävan att göra den till en interreligiös sammankomst och inte en isolerad sak för svenska kyrkan.
På frågan om vem det är som strävar efter en interreligiös gudstjänst svarar Starell undvikande.
– Det här är något gemensamt både från församlingen och riksdagen. Det är helt enkelt så vi har sagt att vi är intresserade av det, det är en samverkan och en del i det som erbjuds ledamöterna.

Interreligiös gudstjänst vid riksmötets öppnande

Store grisedag i Italien

Så vidt jeg kan se drejer protesterne sig om i al fald tre byer : Lodi, Bologna og Genova, men jeg har fået en SMS fra Italien der siger “oppositionspolitikere over hele Italien vil hælde svineblod på grundstykker – Il Giornale.”

A controversial Italian political leader, Roberto Calderoli of the Northern League party, has proposed a “Pig Day” to protest the construction of a mosque in Bologna, the ANSA news agency reports.
Calderoli said that he would walk around the proposed construction site with a pig, “after which it will be considered infected and no longer suitable” as the location for Islamic worship. “I place myself and my pig at the disposal of those who are against this mosque,” he said. Catholic World News

Det går heftigt til i Italien: Moslem mauert Schutzmadonna zu

The Times: Young Muslims begin dangerous fight for the right to abandon faith

Mr Jami, 22, who has abandoned his studies as his political career has taken off, denied that the choice of September 11 was deliberately provocative towards the Islamic Establishment. “We chose the date because we want to make a clear statement that we no longer tolerate the intolerence of Islam, the terrorist attacks,” he said.

“In 1965 the Church in Holland made a declaration that freedom of conscience is above hanging on to religion, so you can choose whether you are going to be a Christian or not. What we are seeking is the same thing for Islam.”

Mr Jami, who has compared the rise of radical Islam to the threat from Nazism in the 1930s, is receiving only lukewarm support from his party which traditionally relies upon Muslim votes. His outspoken attack on radical Islam has led to a prelaunch walk-out from fellow committee founder Loubna Berrada, who herself rejected Islam.

Ehsan Jami rejected Islam after the 9 11 terror attacks. He wants Muslims to be able to give up their religion

David Charter in The Hague

A group of young Muslim apostates launches a campaign today, the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on America, to make it easier to renounce Islam.

The provocative move reflects a growing rift between traditionalists and a younger generation raised on a diet of Dutch tolerance.

The Committee for Ex-Muslims promises to campaign for freedom of religion but has already upset the Islamic and political Establishments for stirring tensions among the million-strong Muslim community in the Netherlands.

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‘Whoever changes religion – kill him’
Ehsan Jami, the committee’s founder, who rejected Islam after the attack on the twin towers in 2001, has become the most talked-about public figure in the Netherlands. He has been forced into hiding after a series of death threats and a recent attack.

The threats are taken seriously after the murder in 2002 of Pim Fortuyn, an antiimmigration politician, and in 2004 of Theo Van Gogh, an antiIslam film-maker.

Speaking to The Times at a secret location before the committee’s launch today, the Labour Party councillor said that the movement would declare war on radical Islam. Similar organisations campaigning for reform of the religion have sprung up across Europe and representatives from Britain and Germany will join the launch in The Hague today.

“Sharia schools say that they will kill the ones who leave Islam. In the West people get threatened, thrown out of their family, beaten up,” Mr Jami said. “In Islam you are born Muslim. You do not even choose to be Muslim. We want that to change, so that people are free to choose who they want to be and what they want to believe in.”

Mr Jami, 22, who has abandoned his studies as his political career has taken off, denied that the choice of September 11 was deliberately provocative towards the Islamic Establishment. “We chose the date because we want to make a clear statement that we no longer tolerate the intolerence of Islam, the terrorist attacks,” he said.

“In 1965 the Church in Holland made a declaration that freedom of conscience is above hanging on to religion, so you can choose whether you are going to be a Christian or not. What we are seeking is the same thing for Islam.”

Mr Jami, who has compared the rise of radical Islam to the threat from Nazism in the 1930s, is receiving only lukewarm support from his party which traditionally relies upon Muslim votes. His outspoken attack on radical Islam has led to a prelaunch walk-out from fellow committee founder Loubna Berrada, who herself rejected Islam.

She said: “I don’t wish to confront Islam itself. I only want to spread the message that Muslims should be allowed to leave Islam behind without being threatened.”

There have been suggestions that Mr Jami might defect to the right-wing Freedom Party, led by Geert Wilders, the most outspoken politician in the Netherlands, who has called for the Koran to be banned. But Mr Jami said: “I have respect for Wilders but we do not have the same ideology. I am for the freedom of religion.

“Banning something is not going to help. I am the opposite – everyone should read the Koran.” Mr Jami is being compared to Ayaan Hirsi Ali, the Somali refugee who became a prominent Dutch politician campaigning for the reform of Islam but who left eventually for an academic career in the United States.

Jannie Groen, a writer for De Volksrant newspaper, said: “[Among Muslims] he is getting the same reaction as Ayaan Hirsi Ali that he is too confrontational but you are seeing other former Muslims now coming forward. So he has been able to put this issue of apostasy on the agenda, even though they do not want to be in the same room as him and he has had to pay a price.”

By the Book

— 14 passages in the Koran refer to apostasy

— According to Baidhawi’s commentary, Sura 4: 88-89 reads: “Whosoever turns back from his belief, openly or secretly, take him and kill him wheresoever ye find him, like any other infidel. Separate yourself from him altogether. Do not accept intercession in his regard.”

— The hadith, tradition and legend about Muhammad and his followers used as a basis of Sharia, tells of some atheists who were brought to “’Ali and he burnt them. The news of this reached Ibn Abbas who said: ‘If I had been in his place, I would not have burnt them, as Allah’s Apostate forbade it . . . I would have killed them according to the statement of Allah’s Apostate, ‘Whoever changed his [Islamic] religion, then kill him’.”

— According to hadith, a special reward in Paradise is reserved for the killer of apostates

Source: Times archives; Barnabas Fund

The Times

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