As JihadWatch recently reported: “Copenhagen: Four new mosques. 16 churches to be closed.” More JihadWatch on the Muslim dominated area of NÃ¸rrebro in Copenhagen:
“Danish ghetto: pay 1,800 dollars for being ‘black and Christian’“, “Denmark: Islamic group seeks to introduce “Sharia zones” in Copenhagen“, “Denmark: 10-12 Muslims pull four tourists out of their car and stab and beat them — Muslim gang sees the park as ‘their area‘” – etc.
Translated by Aurora, Den Korte Avis, July 6: “The Muslim Brotherhood has a mosque at NÃ¸rrebro“, etc.
… This is the third planned mosque in Copenhagen. The other one is at Mimersgade (a mosque connected to Iran). They also want to raise and collect money to build a grand mosque at Amager.
The politicians are thrilled
Many prominent politicians are pleased with the new building, and the city-minister of Integration of Copenhagen, Anna Mee Allerslev, wrote in her blog in Jyllands- Posten: “I am very much looking forward to see the new big mosque” …
Muslim Brotherhood mosque
But perhaps the politicians should take a second look. For the Danish Islamic Council is part of the Muslim Brotherhood network in Europe. The Islamic Council writes on their website: “The Danish Islamic Council is an independent Danish Islamic charitable institution which is a co-founder of the Union of Islamic Organizations in Europe.”
The Union of Islamic Organizations is part of the Muslim Brotherhood network in Europe. This is proven by, among other things, the book “The New Muslim Brotherhood in the West.” It is written by the lawyer Lorenzo Vidino, an internationally recognized expert on Islamism and political violence in Europe and North America.