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synger de lokale. Med lidt god vilje, de har da Kunsthøjskolen, et hospital og en kirke, hvis man skulle gå hen og dø………………….foto K.D.


DET ER FAKTISK en rigtigt smart fidus, som en række kriminelle udlændige har fundet på. De kender deres rettigheder, de kender både FN’s og Europas menneskerettighedskonventioner. De ved, at man i civiliserede lande ikke torturerer folk, og til dette hører, at man ikke udviser dem til lande, hvor de risikerer tortur eller andre overgreb.

De 11 irakere, som sagen aktuelt drejer sig om, er ikke almindelige asylsøgere. De er ikke forfulgte mennesker, som har behov for asyl eller opholdstilladelse, fordi de af politiske eller religiøse årsager er forfulgt i deres hjemlande. Det drejer sig om forbrydere, som vil være en belastning for ethvert land, og dem er der ingen grund til, at Danmark i humanitær tossegodhed påtager sig forpligtelser over for.Desuden har ethvert land helt generelt ret til selv at bestemme, hvem det vil tage imod, både når det gælder almindelige turistbesøg, opholdstilladelse, asyl og senere statsborgerskab.

Leder: Forbryderasyl Lars Norman Jørgensen, forbrydernes stik i rend dreng i Amnesty International fik et kvarters taletid i P 1 til at skælde ud på USA og Danmark, thank you, DR ! DR har også den positive overskrift Indvandrere vokser fra kriminalitet, selvom arabere forbliver overkriminelle. Vi vender tilbage til Rockwool undersøgelsen.

Britain is on the brink of ethnic violence

Her kunne en lille hurtig statusopgørelse være velgørende. Storbritannien, landet hvor vendingen “political correctness gone mad” er blevet en aviskliché, når historierne handler om bilister der bliver påtalt af politiet for at lufte et gammelt, nationalt flag, eller en mand synger “I’d rather wear a turban” og bliver arresteret. Næppe mange lande har så mange groteske historier, omend Holland synes at være på vej hertil. Men alligevel – der sker intet. Intet politisk pres der kan fremtvinge handling. Ingen bevægelser af betydning på græsrodsplan, stuerene eller ej. Intet styr på hvem der kommer ind i landet. En biskop taler om sharia som uundgåelig, der udbryder et ramaskrig, og derefter sker der intet.

Er det ikke ligesom det multikulturelle paradis fortoner sig i horisonten? Kun drakoniske tiltag mod de oprindelige briter og massiv overvågning kan opretholde illusionen – til trods for at der altså ikke er noget oprør fra neden på vej. Nu står og falder meget med den økonomiske situation, og en krise kan blive gnisten der får korthuset til at ramle. Dette er den brutale virkelighed – enten går briterne til ved langsom kvælning og eftergivenhed, eller også kommer der en massiv krise i gadehøjde der tvinger virkeligheden frem i medierne og hos politikerne (LFPC).

This crisis has arisen because, ever since Enoch Powell’s controversial so-called “rivers of blood”speech in 1968, immigration has been taboo. No one in government or public life will discuss it for fear of being condemned as a racist. But, as Mrs Spence has pointed out, the financial downturn makes discussion of immigration our most urgent priority. A nation which ignores plain facts is heading for disaster. Northern Echo

Dagens terrorbrand i Malmø

Omklädningsrum i Rosengård i lågor Voldsom brand i Rosengaard

Puf !

“Indvandrer” eller indvandrer

DN s kulturredaktør, er fuldstændig tidsspilde at læse. Man husker ham nok i Danmark. Det sjove ved ham er berøringsangsten, at han kun nævner indvandrere i citationstegn. Ergo: når man fødes på denne planet, alle 6 mia, er man a priori svensk. Man mangler muligvis passet, personnummeret og den sociale bistand, men det er der råd for. Hvis ikke det er sand, Stockholmsk selvglæde …… Foreløbig skal Reinfeldt holde en “Irak konference”, der måske mest handler om 100.000 irakere i Sverige, der næppe nogensinde rejser hjem igen.

I samma stund som “invandrarna” erövrade rätten att formulera
integrationsproblemet bestämde sig landets opinionsbildande klass för att problemet inte existerar, skriver Stefan Jonsson i sin andra och avslutande artikel om svensk integrationsforskning.
Blindhet över partigränserna

Europas kvindelige internet-jihadister

“I´ve seen the future brother, it is murder” (Cohen)

N.Y.T : Internet Warrior Rallies Women to Support Al Qaeda

On the street, Malika El Aroud is anonymous in an Isamic black veil covering all but her eyes.

In her living room, Ms. El Aroud, a 48-year-old Belgian, wears the ordinary look of middle age: a plain black T-shirt and pants and curly brown hair. The only adornment is a pair of powder-blue slippers monogrammed in gold with the letters SEXY.But it is on the Internet where Ms. El Aroud has distinguished herself. Writing in French under the name “Oum Obeyda,” she has transformed herself into one of the most prominent Internet jihadists in Europe.

She calls herself a female holy warrior for Al Qaeda. She insists that she does not disseminate instructions on bomb-making and has no intention of taking up arms herself. Rather, she browbeats Muslim men to go and fight and rallies women to join the cause.

“It’s not my role to set off bombs — that’s ridiculous,” she said in a rare interview. “I have a weapon. It’s to write. It’s to speak out. That’s my jihad. You can do many things with words. Writing is also a bomb.”

Ms. El Aroud has not only made a name for herself among devotees of radical forums where she broadcasts her message of hatred toward the West. She also is well known to intelligence officials throughout Europe as simply “Malika” — an Islamist who is at the forefront of the movement by women to take a larger role in the male-dominated global jihad.

The authorities have noted an increase in suicide bombings carried out by women — the American military reports that 18 women have conducted suicide missions in Iraq so far this year, compared with 8 all of last year — but they say there is also a less violent yet potentially more insidious army of women organizers, proselytizers, teachers, translators and fund-raisers, who either join their husbands in the fight or step into the breach as men are jailed or killed.

“Women are coming of age in jihad and are entering a world once reserved for men,” said Claude Moniquet, president of the Brussels-based European Strategic Intelligence and Security Center. “Malika is a role model, an icon who is bold enough to identify herself. She plays a very important strategic role as a source of inspiration. She’s very clever — and extremely dangerous.”

Ms. El Aroud began her rise to prominence because of a man in her life. Two days before the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, her husband carried out a bombing in Afghanistan that killed the anti-Taliban resistance leader Ahmed Shah Massoud at the behest of Osama bin Laden. Her husband was killed, and she took to the Internet as the widow of a martyr.

She remarried, and she and her new husband were convicted in Switzerland for operating pro-Qaeda Web sites. Now, according to the Belgium authorities, she is a suspect in what the authorities say they believe is a plot to carry out attacks in Belgium.

“Vietnam is nothing compared to what awaits you on our lands,” she wrote to a supposed Western audience in March about wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. “Ask your mothers, your wives to order your coffins.” To her followers she added: “Victory is appearing on the horizon my brothers and sisters. Let’s intensify our prayers.”

Her prolific writing and presence in chat rooms, coupled with her background, makes her a magnet for praise and sympathy. “Sister Oum Obeyda is virtuous among the virtuous; her life is dedicated to the good on this earth,” a man named Juba wrote late last year.

Changing Role of Women

The rise of women comes against a backdrop of discrimination that has permeated radical Islam. Mohamed Atta, the Sept. 11 hijacker, wrote in his will that “women must not be present at my funeral or go to my grave at any later date.”

Last month, Ayman al-Zawahri, Al Qaeda’s second in command, said in an online question-and-answer session that women could not join Al Qaeda. In response, a woman wrote on a password-protected radical Web site that “the answer that we heard was not what we had hoped,” according to the SITE monitoring group, adding, “I swear to God I will never leave the path and will not give up this course.”

The changing role of women in the movement is particularly apparent in Western countries, where Muslim women have been educated to demand their rights and Muslim men are more accustomed to treating them as equals.

Ms. El Aroud reflects that trend. “Normally in Islam the men are stronger than the women, but I prove that it is important to fear God — and no one else,” she said. “It is important that I am a woman. There are men who don’t want to speak out because they are afraid of getting into trouble. Even when I get into trouble, I speak out.”

After all, she said, she knows the rules. “I write in a legal way,” she said. “I know what I’m doing. I’m Belgian. I know the system.”

That system often has been lenient toward her. She was detained last December with 13 others in what the authorities suspected was a plot to free a convicted terrorist from prison and to launch an attack in Brussels. But Belgian law required that they be released within 24 hours, because no charges were brought and searches failed to turn up weapons, explosives or incriminating documents.

Now, even as Ms. El Aroud remains under constant surveillance, she is back home rallying militants on her main Internet forum and collecting more than $1,100 a month in government unemployment benefits.

“Her jihad is not to lead an operation but to inspire other people to wage jihad,” said Glenn Audenaert, the director of Belgium’s federal police force, in an interview. “She enjoys the protection that Belgium offers. At the same time, she is a potential threat.”

Embracing a Strict Islam

Born in Morocco, reared from a young age in Belgium, Ms. El Aroud did not seem destined for the jihad.

Growing up, she rebelled against her Muslim upbringing, she wrote in a memoir. Her first marriage, at 18, was unhappy and brief; she later bore a daughter out of wedlock.

Unable to read Arabic, it was her discovery of the Koran in French that led her to embrace a strict version of Islam and eventually to marry Abdessater Dahmane, a Tunisian loyal to Mr. bin Laden.

Eager to be a battlefield warrior, she said she hoped to fight alongside her husband in Chechnya. But the Chechens “wanted experienced men, super-well trained,” she said. “They wanted women even less.”

In 2001, she followed her husband to Afghanistan. As he trained at a Qaeda camp, she was installed in a camp for foreign women in Jalalabad.

For her, the Taliban was a model Islamic government and reports of its mistreatment of women were untrue. “Women didn’t have problems under the Taliban,” she insisted. “They had security.”

Her only rebellion was against the burqa, the restrictive garment the Taliban forced on women, which she called “a plastic bag.” As a foreigner, she was allowed to wear a long black veil instead.

After her husband’s mission, Ms. El Aroud was briefly detained by Mr. Massoud’s followers. Frightened, she was put in contact with Belgian authorities, who arranged for her safe passage home.

“We got her out and thought she’d cooperate with us,” said one senior Belgian intelligence official. “We were deceived.”

Judge Jean-Louis Bruguière, who was France’s senior counterterrorism magistrate at the time, said he had interviewed Ms. El Aroud because investigators suspected that she had shipped electronic equipment to her husband that was used in the killing. “She is very radical, very sly and very dangerous,” he said.

Ms. El Aroud was tried with 22 others in Belgium for complicity in the Massoud killing. As a grieving widow in a black veil, she persuaded the court that she had been doing humanitarian work and knew nothing of her husband’s plans. She was acquitted for lack of evidence.

Her husband’s death, though, propelled her into a new life. “The widow of a martyr is very important for Muslims,” she said.

She used her enhanced status to meet her new “brothers and sisters” on the Web. One of them was Moez Garsalloui, a Tunisian several years her junior who had political refugee status in Switzerland. They married and moved to a small Swiss village. There, they ran several pro-Qaeda Web sites and Internet forums that were monitored by Swiss authorities as part of the country’ first Internet-related criminal case.

After the police raided their home and arrested them at dawn in April 2005, Ms. El Aroud extensively described what she called their abuse.

“See what this country that calls us neutral made us suffer,” she wrote, claiming that the Swiss police beat and blindfolded her husband and manhandled her while she was sleeping unveiled.

Convicted last June of promoting violence and supporting a criminal organization, she received a six-month suspended sentence; Mr. Garsalloui, who was convicted of more serious charges, was released after 23 days. Despite Ms. El Aroud’s prominence, it is once again her husband whom the authorities view as a bigger threat. They suspect he was recruiting to carry out attacks last December and that he has connections to terrorist groups operating in the tribal areas of Pakistan.

The authorities say that they lost track of him after he was released from jail last year in Switzerland. “He is on a trip,” Ms. El Aroud said cryptically when asked about her husband’s whereabouts. “On a trip.”

A ‘Holy Warrior’

Meanwhile, her stature has risen higher with her claims of victimization by the Swiss. The Voice of the Oppressed Web site described her as “our female holy warrior of the 21st century.”

Her latest tangle with the law hints at a deeper involvement of women in terrorist activities. When she was detained last December in connection with the suspected plot to free Nizar Trabelsi, a convicted terrorist and a onetime professional soccer player, and to attack a target in Brussels, Ms. El Aroud was one of three women taken in for questioning.

Although the identities of those detained were not released, the Belgian authorities and others familiar with the case said that among those detained were Mr. Trabelsi’s wife and Fatima Aberkan, 47, a friend of Ms. El Aroud and a mother of seven.

“Malika is a source of inspiration for women because she is telling women to stop sleeping and open their eyes,” Ms. Aberkan said.

Ms. El Aroud operates from her three-room apartment that sits above a clothing shop in a working-class Brussels neighborhood where she spends her time communicating with supporters, mainly on her own forum, Minbar-SOS.

Although Ms. El Aroud insists that she is not breaking the law, she knows that the police are watching. And if the authorities find way to put her in prison, she said: “That would be great. They would make me a living martyr.”

New York Times , log in Oum Obeyda,tunisien âgé de 39 ans,administrateur d’un site web en Suisse condamné pour soutien au terrorisme Malika El Aroud

Radikal selvgodhed med suicidale konsekvenser

Vil disse bådflygtninge blive screenet for jihadiske sympatier? For tilslutning til groteske ‘æres’begreber der vil belaste Danmark? For tidligere kriminalitet? Og vil de blive afvist hvis deres ophold her skønnes til skade for Danmark? Og har Morten Østergaard gjort sig nogen som helst tanker om konsekvenserne ved en aktiv, assertiv indsats for at hjælpe disse flygtninge det sidste stykke mod Danmark? Og på hvor stort befolkningsoverskuddet er syd for Middelhavet? Er det overhovedet en teoretisk mulighed, at de efter ankomsten i Danmark vil få deres sag behandlet, blive afvist, og sendt tilbage til oprindelseslandet – ellers taler vi jo om regulær import af fattige mennesker? Eller er blot dette at have krydset Middelhavet en garanti mod at blive sendt tilbage?

De Radikales i bogstaveligste forstand grænseløse, bløde kynisme finder til stadighed nye måder at manifestere sig på – nye måder at skade vores fremtid på (LFPC):

Morten Østergaard har netop færdiggjort en rapport for Europarådet om det såkaldte »boat people«, og ud over hjælp til at genbosætte flygtninge vil de Radikale sende danske soldater sydpå i sommermånederne.

»Jeg har selv stået på kaj­en på øen Lampedusa og set bådene komme i land, og det er simpelthen frygteligt. Hvert år mister mange livet i forsøget på at krydse Middelhavet, og vi kunne i Danmark eksempelvis tilbyde, at Marinehjemmeværnet eller værnepligtige bidrog til redningsindsatsen,« siger han. Radikale vil hente bådflygtninge fra Middelhavet til Danmark

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Borgerlig bums
15 years ago

A propos dagens brand i Rosengård er her et tidligt eksempel fra 1996:

Historien gik op i røg


“Den aften, da branden opstod, var der åbent hus på biblioteket, som også rummede et indvandrerkontor. At huset var så åbent, at der også var adgang til kontorerne, fik skæbnesvangre konsekvenser. I et af de tomme kontorlokaler fik en person i fred og ro mulighed for at antænde branden. Motivet skal ses på baggrund af, at Linköping også er en by med indvandrerpolitiske spændinger.”

15 years ago

Udover ytringsfriheden og religionskritikken er øl, fisse og hornmusik øjensynligt også snart en saga blot:


Vagn Henning
Vagn Henning
15 years ago

De Radikales udspil er blot endnu et i deres uendelige række af forsøg på selvpromovering. De tilhører selve den øvre middelklasse, og det er ikke dem, importen af ukvalificeret arbejdskraft rammer hårdest…

Hvordan de forestiller sig at vi skulle kunne løse Afrikas problemer ved at importere dem til Danmark, går langt over min forstand…

Og så synes jeg det er helt, helt forkert at belønne fattigdomsflygtninge. De burde i stedet straffes for at lade deres land i stikken…

15 years ago
15 years ago

Hvorfor rejser de radikale ikke til Afrika og hjælper landene med at begrænse det abnormt og uetisk høje børnefødselstal, der får mennesker til at flygte fra overbefolkningen og udsultningen?

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