Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Danish Muslim group seeks fatwa

An Islamic group in Denmark is seeking a fatwa to determine the appropriate seethe and rage level after a Danish politician was acquitted of libel in a Danish court.

Pia Kjærsgaard, head of the Danish People's Party, had been accused by Danish Muslim group Islamisk Trossamfund of libel. It seems that last year, Ms. Kjærsgaard referred to a group of Danish Imams, who toured several Islamic countries to stir up outrage over the Mohammed cartoons, as traitors.

And while they're at it...
Islamisk Trossamfund also said Friday [they would] seek a fatwa for Jyllands-Posten if the newspaper does not apologise for printing the cartoons or if there is no court judgement against the newspaper.
The Religion of Perpetual Outrage.

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