Akkari is transgressing against core Islamic supremacist assumptions, including the ideas that the rage must be everlasting; apologies are never issued; and everything one may have done wrong is the fault of non-Muslims.
Islam critic and former imam Ahmed Akkari was escorted home by the police after a meeting in Gellerup Parken housing estate in Aarhus last night.
Martin KjÃ¦r Jensen, a reporter for the tabloid BT, arrived with Akkari and said people began throwing rocks at them upon their arrival.
“Someone threw rocks at the taxi Akkari was in,” he said. “I was in the car with him and we had to run a red light to get away.”
15 people arrested
Although Akkari was surrounded by 40 police officers who also established stop-and-search zones, it didn’t keep some young people from harassing him and lighting maroons.
Today police released the 15 people they arrested during the course of the evening. They also reported that they confiscated 209 maroons they suspect were to be set off during the meeting.
Akkari has come under criticism from within the Muslim community for announcing in July that heÂ regretted travelling through the Middle EastÂ in 2005 in order to encourage groups there to call on Denmark to officially apologise for Jyllands-Posten newspaper’s printing of the Mohammed cartoons earlier that year.
Two months ago a group of Islamists also posted a video featuring five Syrian rebels shooting a photo of Akkari and five other Danish Islam critics….