Using the Law against Islamic extremists

Looking at this story from Norway it seems as if the Norwegian authorities have got the right idea in bringing charges against those Islamic activists who call for the death of their own adopted countrymen or members of other groups.

On August 30th according to a Kurdish online news outlet a Kurdish Islamist extremist was prosecuted by a court in Oslo.

the site said:”Mullah Krekar, the founder of a radical Iraqi Kurdish Islamist group, has been sentenced to a year in jail in Norway for issuing threats against Norwegians, an Oslo court announced on Wednesday.

Mullah Krekar, who founded the Ansar al-Islam group and who has lived in Norway since 1991, has already been given a five year prison sentence for threatening the life of a former government minister.”

Unfortunately Krekar cannot be extradited to Iraq as there are fears that he may be executed there. Which means that the poor Norwegians are stuck with him.


Oh that our own legal system here in the United Kingdom would turn its attention to the similar calls for death that are being spouted by Islamic activists over here.


2 Comments on "Using the Law against Islamic extremists"

  1. Noggin the Nog | September 15, 2012 at 9:08 pm |

    The amount of time, effort and money expended on this piece of shit over the last 20 odd years is ridiculous.

    Feck him off back to Iraq and what will be, will be.

    You know, in sh’allah, and all that bollocks.

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