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Reader comment on item: Something Rotten in Denmark?
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Submitted by Frank Oddersborg (Denmark), Feb 7, 2006 at 19:35

The danish imams did go on a trip with one purpose, to inflame the muslim contries into hatred angainst Denmark, because the imams didnt like how things were turning (debate rather than riot or worse).

Akarri who claims to be the spokesman of 27 muslim organisations in Denmark (have'nt been able to prove that he in fact is a spokesman), have a hidden agenda when he first conduct these treasonable actions and later (sunday the 5th of february) stood forward in a debate show on DR1 (danish television channel) and asked the primeminister Ander Fogh Rasmussen to join him on TV with an apoligy so the arab world could se how great a guy he is (Akarri).

To Akarri:
When this fuss is over and peace once again have settled in Denmark YOU WILL BE PROCECUTED for the following points:
1. Intend to inflame to hatred.
2. Defamation against the newspaper jyllandsposten and the state of Denmark and who ever will sue you for losses due to your actions.
3. High treason, with intend to harm the state of Denmark (this alone can give lifetime in prison).

You know the best part? -It can all be prooven by our and other contries intelligence agencies.
But be glad that you probably wil rotten in a danish prison, because when the muslim countries finds out about your pure evil acts, they will surely like to get their hands on you. But youre in luck, we cant extradite you when your life is in danger - we have laws that protects even scum like you, shame on you.

If anybody knowing him, please feel free to give him this message, as many like me have seen right through him.

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