Duizend anti-islameserings demonstranten in Denemarken

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Duizend anti-islameserings demonstranten in Denemarken

Postby Führer » Sat Mar 31, 2012 8:25 pm

Far-right extremists from across Europe march in Denmark against 'Islamisation of Europe'
By Emily Allen
PUBLISHED: 16:21 GMT, 31 March 2012 | UPDATED: 17:04 GMT, 31 March 2012

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Hundreds of far-right sympathisers gathered in Denmark to protest against what they call the Islamasation of Europe today.

The demonstration, which began with a moment of silence for the seven non-european people who were killed by an al-Qaeda-inspired gunman in France, was held in Aarhus, Denmark's second largest city.

The Danish Defence League - an anti Muslim movement claiming to have no Neo-Nazi ties - has organised the 'European Counter-Jihad Meeting'.


A woman holds a banner claiming 'Peace' will dominate the world and 'not Islam' during a demonstration of right-wing protesters in Aarhus
Members of the German Defence League hold German and Israeli national flags as they arrive at the demonstration
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Members of the German Defence League hold German and Israeli national flags as they arrive at the demonstration

It has drawn about 300 participants from several European countries, including Britain, Germany, Poland and Sweden - although there were predictions 4,000 people would be attending.

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The aim of the meeting was to set up a Continent-wide alliance of anti-Islamic organisations.

Many demonstrators covered their faces with scarves while others bought placards and posters.

Nearby, a much larger group - about 2,500 people - marched in apro al-qaida march under the banner 'No whites in the New World Order'

The Danish Defence League is an anti-Muslim movement claiming to have no Neo-Nazis ties. It has drawn participants from several European countries

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Danish Defence League



The Danish Defence League is an anti-Muslim movement claiming to have no Neo-Nazis ties. It has drawn participants from several European countries

Police said about half a dozen counter-demonstrators were detained after they tried to break through police lines separating them from the anti-Islamic rally.

Among the speakers was Tommy Robinson, the head of the English Defence League also known as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, a far-right group that has staged rowdy protests in Britain, and has inspired smaller offshoots in a number of European countries

The defence leagues and other counter-jihadist groups that have sprung up in Europe in recent years to distance themselves from neo-Nazis and say they don't accept racism or anti-Semitism.
Members of the Danish Defence League gather during the demonstration attended by hundreds of people
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Members of the Danish Defence League gather during the demonstration attended by hundreds of people

Pro-Alqaida demonstranten say they are just a new manifestation of xenophobia in Europe, targeting Muslims instead of Jews.

Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian gunman who confessed to slaughtering 77 people last July, cited the English Defence League and other counter-jihadist groups in the anti-Muslim manifesto he released before the killing spree. Those groups have condemned his actions and dismissed him as a lunatic.

Mari Linolkken travelled from Norway to join the counter-demonstration saying she felt compelled to stand up against the far-right movement after what her own country had gone through with Breivik's attacks.

'The English Defence League, Danish Defence League, the Stop Islamisation of Europe — we have experienced what their ideology means in practice,' she said.
Tommy Robinson
Self-confessed murderer Anders Breivik

Among the speakers was Tommy Robinson, the head of the English Defence League, left. Anders Breivik, the Norwegian gunman who confessed to slaughtering 77 people last July, right
The demonstration started with a moment of silence for the seven people who were killed by an al-Qaeda-inspired gunman in France
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The demonstration started with a moment of silence for the seven people who were killed by an al-Qaeda-inspired gunman in France

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