It seems that Rasmus Paludan, the founder and leader of the Danish party Stram Kurs (Hard Line) has been put on the Al Qaeda hit list. He’s in exalted company now.
Many thanks to LN for translating this article from Samhällsnytt:
After Swedish-Danish Rasmus Paludan’s Islamophobic party Stram Kurs went on tour in Sweden and burned several Korans to demonstrate against the Islamization of Denmark’s neighboring country, and for freedom of expression, the terrorist organization al-Qaeda announced that it will assassinate the party leader. Paludan, however, shakes off the threat, and is now collecting money for another return visit with Koran burnings.
Samhällsnytt has followed the development of recent events around the Danish party Stram Kurs’ interest in Sweden, where the police announced a two-year entry ban on the party leader Paludan, and in violation of the constitution banned their demonstrations throughout Sweden. Despite this, party functionaries have carried out several actions, including burning the Koran and ‘Koran football’.
On Monday Geert Wilders, the party leader of the PVV (Party for Freedom), who already lives with death threats from Islamists, noted that the Muslim terrorist organization al-Qaeda is now urging all Muslims inside and outside Europe to attack all individuals who humiliate Islam, the Prophet Muhammad and the Koran.
Paludan new on al-Qaeda’s death list
Al-Qaeda lists the people it is particularly interested in, and a new name is Rasmus Paludan. Furthermore, the terrorist organization is still looking for the Swedish artist Lars Vilks. Below is what is said to be an excerpt from al-Qaeda’s message…