Norway: Mullah Krekar convicted of death threats

Muslim Cleric in Norway convicted of death threats  (Pamela Geller)

The notorious parasite Mullah Krekar (Najmaddin Farraj Ahmed) is also known as the ‘mosquito mullah’, for stating that muslims breed like mosquitoes. Because he quoted this  headbanger in his book, Mark Steyn was dragged in front of a Canadian star chamber for ‘hate-speech’ . (Mark Steyn & the sock puppets)

“Islamic Cleric in Norway Convicted of Web Threats ABC news via The Associated Press (thanks to David)

 Only one year of prison dawa:
Norwegian court convicts Islamic cleric of online death threats, gives him 1 year in prison

An Iraqi-born Islamist cleric has been given a one-year prison sentence for making death threats against Norwegian politicians, influencing witnesses and inciting terror.

The Oslo District Court convicted Najmaddin Faraj Ahmad, also known as Mullah Krekar, on Wednesday of posting online threats during an earlier trial, including encouraging the killings or kidnappings of Norwegians.

This sentence comes in addition to a five-year term he got in March for making death threats against Norwegian officials for a 2005 decision to deport him. 

Golden Dawn in Sweden?

Scandinavia 2012 Sweden’s Golden Dawn – Today Street War, Tomorrow Civil War

8 thoughts on “Norway: Mullah Krekar convicted of death threats”

  1. Golden Dawn in Sweden ?
    Certainly looks like it. Among the usual non-controversial anti-islamization tags for the linked video, you will find these :
    Frankfurt School, New World Order, Jew World Order, Globalism, Liberal Capitalism, 911 Inside Job, NAU, Amero, Bancor, Fascism, Brownshirts, Blackshirts, Spanish Civil War, Integralism.

    Now, what this crackpottery sounds like, huh ?

  2. Didn’t mean to offend you, Sheik. It’s just that from your earlier comments I deduced (prehaps mistakenly) that you still consider the Golden Dawn to be a positive force.

  3. I don’t know anything about the ‘golden dawn’ in Sweden, therefore I put a question mark on it.

    As for the greek movement, I just can’t deny them their legitimacy because Greece has, like all of Europe, a huge problem with mohammedan invaders. If it is GD who can solve the problem, good on them.

  4. GD perhaps can solve the problem with mohammedan invaders. It’s just that GD itself is likely to become a prolem as well.
    (I mean, the USA once tried to fight the commies, using the jizzlamic “mojahedeen” goatfuckers in Afghanistan. We know how this story ended, don’t we ?)
    All I can say is that GD is certainly not a kind of movement that would be advisable for other counter-jihad groups to emulate.

  5. Groups like GD arrive because people are so exasperated with the radical change in population and no other political group is listening.
    I am sure no one wants to vote BNP and until the British Freedom party came along they didn’t have an alternative. In australia we have the Australian Protectionist party. Its a bit hard trying to get into parliament when the ALP is importing voters at a furious rate.

  6. I agree with the explanations tended by Jaime – and one sees these conditions repeated in several countries with similar consequences – the ALP has done a great disservice to Australia and I doubt that they have sufficient character to acknowledge their errors.

  7. VonStierlitz,
    I think the problem is that you need a group capable of applying the same violence that the muslims have shown and they have to be willing to apply it without mercy to the muslim groups. Not many are willing to take this step, because by taking this step you become tarred with the same brush that muslims regularly smear themselves with – and that is the problem for which I have no easy answer. To defeat these muslim thugs without the support of our politicians we have to resort to behavior that is islamic – ie violent – but in doing so we loose the moral superiority that we have always had over the muslims on the whole – by doing nothing we sacrifice our principles for the sake of the principals. So we are damned if we do nothing and ammed if we do something – but we need to think of our future generations, and I would say that we have to let the moral argument slide and we must fight. You guys in Israel know this, the people here are slowly waking up to this unpleasant truth. However I think we need to push the political options at the moment.

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