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Der var 1.000 muslimer der sagde farvel til terroristen Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein ved moskéen på Dortheavej i København

I forbindelse med den obligatoriske fredagsbøn blev der afholdt en kort mindehøjtidelighed for den dræbte formodede terrorist, Omar Abdel Hamid El-Hussein, før et begravelsesoptog kørte mod den muslimske gravplads i Brøndby.

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Ifølge en person, som tv2.dk har talt med på stedet, var der over 1000 mennesker til stede ved mindehøjtidligheden. Personen ønsker dog ikke at stå frem med navn.

Antallet af deltagende stemte dog godt over ens med forventningen hos Islamisk Trossamfund.

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- Der er altid godt fyldt op til fredagsbønnen. Og det er vores erfaring, at der altid dukker nysgerrige personer op i sådanne situationer. Det ligger i menneskets natur. Det har vi set før, når et bandemedlem er blevet dræbt. Så jeg tror, at der kommer op mod 1500 mennesker i dag, sagde Mohamed Nehme, pressesekretær i Islamisk Trossamfund, til tv2.dk, før dagens bøn startede.

1.000! I den moske og lige udenfor alene. Men i Norge går det måske bedre, for her var 1.000 muslimer mødt foran Oslo synagoge for at danne en fredsring har vi kunnet læse, se og høre i medierne. Og herhjemme har det skuffet mange at Politiet ikke vil give tilladelse til noget tilsvarende foran synagogen i Krystalgade af sikkerhedsårsager. Men succesen fra Norge er ikke helt, hvad man skulle tro ifølge Counterjihad, der skriver at der ikke var så massivt et muslimsk sympatifremmøde til jødiske ofre som når de mindes en terrorist, der har myrdet en jøde

According to a local eyewitness, only about 20 or so Muslims formed the “ring of peace” around the Oslo synagogue. In fact, pictures from multiple angles show that there wasn’t enough people to form a ring, so the locals instead formed a horizontal line in front of the synagogue.

A local news outlet explained how the media got to its “1,300 Muslims” number. “According to police, there were 1300 persons present in the event. Very many of them ethnic Norwegians,” read a translated report from Osloby.no.

Demonstrators also reportedly chanted, “No to anti-Semitism, no to Islamophobia,” conflating criticism of Islam and hatred of Jews.

Photos pulled off of social media appear to corroborate the narrative that only twenty or so people formed the “peace ring.”

Multiple news outlets, including wire services for hundreds of news sites, ran with the false narrative that 1,000 or more people–sometimes all of them Muslim–formed the ring of peace outside of the Oslo synagogue.

Og artiklen henviser til Daniel Greenfield, der i Frontpage Magazine afslører at idemanden ikke er så politisk korrekt endda.

But some members of his community said the event was tainted because of anti-Semitic statements that one of its eight organizers made in 2008, and because he said this week that he dislikes people who support Israel.

Ali Chishti confirmed on Saturday in an interview with Verdens Gang, a highbrow Norwegian newspaper, that he delivered on March 22, 2008, in Oslo a speech on the alleged involvement of Jews in planning the 9/11 Twin Towers bombings in New York. The speech’s title was: ”Therefore I Hate Jews and Gays,” the paper reported, though Chishti said he was not the one who came up with the title.

“There were several thousand Jews away from work in the World Trade Center, and why there were more Jews in Mumbai when Pakistani terrorists attacked than usual?” he said then, repeating the conspiracy theory that Jews knew in advance of the attack that killed thousands. “Jews are a small group, but everyone knows that they have a lot of power,” he said.

The Jews must have come up with it. Because Ali really, really hated Jews.
“Yes, it was right to let Mohammed Ali Chishti speak at the dialogue meeting on March 22nd, and to let him shout out his anti-Semitic rhetoric. Not only had I read the speach beforehand, I had also prepared the Jewish congregation about its contents. And it was I who asked Chisti to speak of how he and the others shouted “death to the Jews” in the demonstrations.
No, really.

“I hate Jews, and how they operate and I will furthermore elaborate on why I hold such beliefs… It is raised beyond doubt that Jews are in a minority in the world. A very small minority, yet it cannot be disguised that they are among the most powerful. It is NOT wrong to be powerful, but to abuse ones power, to use illegal means, to use unnecessary military power against civilians, and to behave in a arrogant and barbaric manner is in violation of international law and the human rights. It is a fact that during the attacks on the Twin Towers [World Trade Center] 1600 Jews were absent from work. OK, OK, what’s even more suspicious, is how unusually many Jews there were present in Mumbai on the day that Pakistani terrorists struck. How come?”

Notice the “I Hate Jews” part.

De 1.000 muslimer, som medierne rapporterede, viser sig at være godt 1.000 nordmænd tilsat den håndfuld muslimer, man kunne samle i et billede. Patrick Poole fra Pajamas Media var skeptisk fra starten og havde tre indvendinger

First, if you contact the international media to cover your event, forgive me if I question your sincerity. Your staged “Ring of Peace” photo op is really a “Ring of Propaganda.” Matthew 6:1-4 and all that.

Secondly, when you use actual victims (Jews) to try to make yourselves (Muslims) the victims by leading your chants with “No to anti-Semitism,” and then smuggling in your own “Islamophobia” narrative, I’m calling BS…

Thirdly, these Muslim “human chain” photo ops are never around when you actually need them.

Og så mindede han om en lignende ring om en kirke i Ægypten for 2 år siden, som ildevarslende for norske jøder, blev brændt ned til grunden få uger senere

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Og måske godt der alligevel ikke var så mange muslimer i fredsringen eller kunne en jøde let føle sig som Tippi Hedren og Rod Taylor når de forlader Oslo synagoge

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