A Somali member of the peaceful religion showed up with flowers in hand…NOT.
“Police said that the intruder was armed with an axe and a knife.”
That’s what you get when you allow deranged religious fanatics from an alien culture into your homeland.
Thankfully, at least one gem has come out of Somalia – and she’s a savior of a global nature, Ayaan Hirsi Ali.
In the meantime, note that the Copenhagen-based Islamic organization quoted is essentially complaining that this man would have murdered Westergaard without them joining the party:
The Islamic Faith Community, a religious Muslim organisation, condemned the plot. “It does not serve our purpose that people take the law into their own hands,” it said.
I’m sorry, but what law was that? As far as I know, it’s against Danish law to murder people over cartoons. If this organization or any of its members don’t know that fact, they should be deported immediately.
Danish police last night shot and wounded a 27-year-old man trying to enter the home of Kurt Westergaard, whose controversial cartoons of Islam’s prophet sparked riots across the Muslim world five years ago.
Police confirmed an “incident” at the house in Viby, near the city of Aarhus. Danish media expressed fears that it might have been an attempt on the life of the cartoonist.
Ten police cars attended the scene and the road was blocked. Police said that the intruder was armed with an axe and a knife. Bomb disposal experts were said to be searching the house for an explosive device.
The intruder, said to of Somali origin, was taken to a hospital in the city under police custody and was being operated on, police said.
Mr Westergaard, 74, who depicted the Prophet Muhammad with a bomb in his turban in the most controversial of his cartoons, had been living in hiding. He has always insisted that his cartoons were a protest against terrorism, not Islam as a whole. The 12 cartoons, first published in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten in 2005, triggered reprisals and dozens of deaths.
In March 2008 Denmark’s three main newspapers took the provocative step of reprinting the cartoon after the arrest of three suspected Islamic terrorists for plotting to murder the artist….
The Islamic Faith Community, a religious Muslim organisation, condemned the plot. “It does not serve our purpose that people take the law into their own hands,” it said….