The leftist Socialist People's party leader gives the extremist group Hizh ut-Tahrir, a piece of his mindGood. I don't suppose you'll ever hear that kind of talk from an American leftist socialist (read: Democrat).
In an uncharacteristic move, Villy Søvndal, leader of the Socialist People's Party, responded to the Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir's demonstration last Friday, by severely criticising them in his blog.
He stated in his blog that the group was to 'seek other pastures' and that their 'undertakings had no perspective, nor future, in Denmark'.
In an interview with Jyllands-Posten newspaper, he continued to lash out at the extremist group whose demonstration had delivered a direct threat towards Danish society, telling them to 'go to hell'.
Hizb ut-Tahrir's publicly stated aim is an Islamic caliphate spanning much of the globe. They insist that they're pursuing their goals peacefully through political means, but they're a less than honest group. From the link:
Hizb ut-Tahrir adopts the methodology employed by the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) when he established the first Islamic State in Madinah. The Prophet Muhammad limited his struggle for the establishment of the Islamic State to intellectual and political work. He established this Islamic state without resorting to violence. He worked to mobilise public opinion in favour of Islam and endeavoured to sway the political and intellectual elites of the time. Despite the persecution and boycott of the Prophet Muhammad and the early Muslims, they never resorted to violence.Anybody with even the most superficial understanding of the history of Islam knows that's a bald-faced lie.