Oct 4 (Reuters) – Judges adjourned the trial of Dutch anti-Islamist politician Geert Wilders on Monday until Tuesday to decide on concerns raised by Wilder’s defence about the impartiality of the judges.
Wilders is on trial for inciting hate, but invoked his right to silence on Monday, prompting the presiding judge to say it appeared he was again trying to avoid discussion about his views, sparking concerns for an unfair process from his lawyer. (Editing by Charles Dick)
Mr Wilders is charged with inciting hate and discrimination against Muslims in comments he made in the media and for insulting Muslims by comparing the Islamic faith to Nazism.
“With me, the freedom of speech of many, many Dutchmen is on trial,” Mr Wilders told Presiding Judge Jan Moors
Trial of Dutch MP adjourned
Judges haveÂ adjourned the trial of Dutch anti-Islamist politician Geert WildersÂ because ofÂ concerns
raised byÂ his defence about their impartiality.
Mr Wilders is on trial for inciting hatred against Muslims, but he invoked his right to silence today, prompting the presiding judge to say it appeared he was again trying to avoid discussion about his views sparking concerns from his lawyer. (More from Irishtimes)
Video thanks to PI, in German: Â Wilders Prozess 4.10.2010 (the narration is hateful, derisive and full of bile)
The Muslims are obliged to bring your country under the Sharia doctrine. Muslims’ idea is to make the law of the mosque the law of the land, which is dictated by the Koran.