I was ridiculed when some years ago in my book, Among Criminal Muslims: A Psychologist’s Experiences from Copenhagen Municipality, I claimed that many criminal Muslims were religious. More about me and my research here. Naser Khader, who was an MP when my book was published, reviewed the book with the words “Read this book, minister for integration.” Naser Khader, himself an ex-Muslim and author of books and articles on Muslim culture and religion, is well-connected in the Muslim community.
More about the Samsam case mentioned below: Denmark: Police attacked at funeral of Islamic State fighter
Jihad Watch about the Muslim ghetto Nørrebro below:
Article by Naser Khader translated by Nicolai Sennels via 10news.dk
From my sources in the Muslim community, I hear that the conflict is becoming apparent among Danish Muslims on several levels. A teacher told me, for example, that Muslim children in schools ask each other whether they are Shia or Sunni Muslims. If they do not belong to the same branch of Islam, they will not play together.
Although it is a mere anecdote, I believe that it is thought-provoking. I have also heard that some Shia Muslims will not buy in Sunni shops – and vice versa. But the most worrying aspect is that gangs at Nørrebro in Copenhagen are also splitting into Shia and Sunni.
Rumors say that there have been Sunni gangs of thugs who are after Shia Muslims – and vice versa. The Shia Muslims are Assad-friendly, while the Sunni Muslims are against Assad.
At the beginning of this week, 19-year-old Hamza Samsam was killed by stabbing in Nørrebro. Although there is no evidence of it, it is claimed that he was knifed by an Assad- and Hizballah-friendly group, because Samsam had reportedly been in Syria.