Now here’s a case of chutzpah and canny use of Western laws against the West. “Caricature publisher reported to police,” from Aftenposten, with thanks to Fjordman:
The Muslim Al-Jinnah Foundation will charge the editor of the Christian weekly Magazinet, the journal that published the controversial caricatures of the prophet Mohammed in Norway, with endangering Norwegian lives.
The organization delivered charges to Moss police station at noon on Thursday.
“The police must take VebjÃ¸rn Selbekk and put him in a safe place,” Al-Jinnah leader Khalid Mohammad told Aftenposten.no. Mohammad emphasized that this remark was not meant as a threat to Selbekk, but rather to the threat Selbekk posed to others.
Mohammad said that Selbekk had endangered Norwegian lives and interests around the world by the provocative decision to publish the caricatures.
“It is frightening that one person through so-called freedom of speech can cause such damage that he nearly sets two worlds up against each other. There are limits for what expressions are acceptable, also in a democracy. This is a case for the police, it cannot be solved by the masses,” Mohammad said.