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Gang Raping, =91I Love al Qaeda=92 and Who is Advancing Islam?
On April 28, envoys from Saudi Arabia and other Muslim countries accused
the Norwegian government of doing too little to protect its Muslim
minority, and called for all criticism of Islam to be made illegal.
By: Soeren Kern
Published: May 28th, 2014
Latest update: July 4th, 2014
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Muslim young woman wearing hijab in Paris.
Muslim young woman wearing hijab in Paris.
Photo Credit: Serge Attal / Flash 90
Originally published at the Gatestone Institute.
In Austria, police say they believe that two teenage girls who vanished
from their homes in the capital of Vienna on April 10 may be in Turkey,
and that whoever helped them get there is using them as pin-up girls to
boost recruitment efforts for the =93holy war=94 in Syria.
Friends of Samra Kesinovic, 16, and Sabina Selimovic, 15, said the girls
had become radicalized after attending a local mosque run by a Salafist
preacher, Ebu Tejma, and learning about the duty of every Muslim to
participate in jihad. The girls were expelled from school after
inscribing =93I Love Al-Qaeda=94 on tables and walls.
But the girls=92 parents=97originally Bosnian refugees who settled in
Austria after the ethnic conflicts of the 1990s=97say that messages and
photographs posted on social media networks which claim that the girls
are on the front line and fighting with their new husbands are fake.
In a possible break in the case, Austrian police say they traced a phone
call Samra made to her sister in late April to a landline based in
Turkey. The search for the girls continues.
At least 100 Austrian citizens or residents have participated in the
fighting in Syria, according to Austrian media. Approximately 40 of them
are currently on the front lines, 44 have already returned to Austria
and 19 have been killed in action.
Also in April, the most senior leader of the Muslim Brotherhood living
in exile in Britain, Ibrahim Munir, denied claims that the group was
moving its international headquarters from London to the Austrian city
of Graz. The Daily Mail, a British newspaper, reported on April 12 that
the Muslim Brotherhood was preparing to move its headquarters to Austria
in an =93apparent attempt to avoid an inquiry into its activities set up
by the Prime Minister.=94
The group was expelled from Egypt after a counter-revolution there in
July 2013, and recently opened a new headquarters above a kebab shop in
London. On April 1, British Prime Minister David Cameron announced an
investigation of the Muslim Brotherhood=92s activities in Britain.
A full summary of Islam in Britain during the month of April can be
In the Czech Republic, police on April 25 raided the headquarters of
Prague=92s Islamic Foundation in the center of the capital and a mosque on
the outskirts of the city. Police arrested 20 people, including the
Czech translator and publisher of a book about Islamic theology that
security officials said promotes hate speech and incites hatred toward Jews.
The book=97=94The Fundamentals of Tawheed=94 [Islamic monotheism] by Bilal
Philips, a Jamaican-born, Qatar-based Muslim extremist who has been
banned from entering Britain and Germany=97was being used, police said, to
spread Salafist ideology in the Czech Republic.
Also in April, it emerged that the American embassy in Prague is
financing a new project aimed at promoting Islam in public elementary
and secondary schools across the Czech Republic.
In Denmark, police in Copenhagen on April 25 said the man they believe
tried to assassinate the Danish journalist Lars Hedegaard in February
2013 was arrested in Istanbul=92s Atat=FCrk airport as he tried to enter
Turkey on a false passport. The man, identified only by the initials
B.H., is awaiting extradition=97a process that could take three months=97in
a high-security prison in the city=92s Maltepe district.
Danish police say the suspect is a 26-year-old Danish citizen of
Lebanese=97possibly Palestinian=97origin. At the time of his arrest, he was
in possession of a fake passport. He left Denmark on the same day of the
assassination attempt, police said, and has been traveling between
Syria, Lebanon and Turkey ever since.
In Finland, the Parliament=92s Constitutional Law Committee on April 4
ruled that the long-standing tradition of singing a summer hymn known as
the =93Suvivirsi=94 at end-of-school ceremonies can continue. In March,
Deputy Chancellor of Justice Mikko Puumalainen had called on the Board
of Education to look into the matter because the song has Christian
overtones and could be offensive to the country=92s growing Muslim communit=
=93It=92s curious that the minority can so strongly influence the activities
of the majority,=94 said Education Chancellor Pekka Iivonen. =93Laws
concerning religious freedom work both ways: in addition to having the
right not to practice religion, we also have the right to practice
religion in Finland, where the majority of people belong to the Lutheran
In France, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve on April 23 presented a
new anti-radicalization plan aimed at preventing French citizens or
residents from waging jihad in Syria and other Muslim conflict zones.
The strategy includes more than 20 measures aimed not only at preventing
French citizens from joining the war in Syria, but also at combating the
radicalization of young French Muslims during the earliest stages of
On April 22, Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius told RTL Radio that nearly
500 French citizens or residents are believed to have joined the
fighting in Syria. =93This is a very big subject,=94 Fabius said. =93Now mo=
and more young people are going [to Syria] =85 Our plan is to tackle this
upstream [at the source] and all the way downstream. We will identify
young people caught on this tragic path. We will monitor this online,
and then we must stop them from crossing the Syrian border, and monitor
their return and reintegration.=94
Some believe the plan is a political ploy by French President Fran=E7ois
Hollande aimed at blunting the rising popularity of the anti-immigration
National Front party, which captured a record number of city council
seats and mayorships in local elections in March.
National Front party leader Marine Le Pen told RTL Radio that the
government=92s plan to fight French jihadists is cosmetic. =93It does not
attack the root of the problem=97the speech in some mosques that are
genuine calls to jihad,=94 she said. =93Nor does the plan attack recruiters
and funding from foreign countries known to support terrorist
fundamentalism, such as Qatar.=94
Le Pen also said it might be necessary to create a new law on
mercenaries that would 1) prohibit those who have French nationality
from engaging in fighting abroad; and 2) revoke French nationality from
individuals convicted of participating in this type of fighting.
A confidential intelligence document leaked to the French newspaper Le
Figaro says a form of Muslim ghettoization is gaining ground within the
French school system. The report says that Muslim students are
effectively establishing an Islamic parallel society completely cut off
from non-Muslim students.
The 15-page document, dated November 28, 2013, includes 70
examples=97headscarves in school playgrounds, halal meals in cafeterias,
chronic absenteeism during Muslim religious festivals, clandestine
prayers in gyms or hallways=97of the Islamizing trend in schools
The document says that Muslims are engaged in a =93war of attrition=94 aimed
at =93destabilizing the teaching staff.=94 It adds that Muslim
fundamentalists are circumventing the law that bans religious symbols in
schools, and that self-proclaimed =93young guardians of orthodoxy=94 in many
schools are exerting pressure on Muslim girls.
=93During the Muslim holidays, especially during the Eid-el-Kebir [Eid
el-Adha], classes are abandoned by students,=94 with absenteeism bordering
90% in certain parts of N=EEmes and Toulouse. A high school principal in a
northern district of Marseille said that some of his pupils pray with
such zeal that their foreheads bear bruises.
In =C9vry, a commune in the southern suburbs of Paris, police arrested
four Muslim boys (three Turkish brothers between the ages of 13 and 15,
and one 17-year-old from Morocco) for gang raping an 18-year-old woman
as she left the main train station. During police questioning, the
minors said they attacked the woman simply because she was French and
=93the French are all sons of whores.=94
The boys were jailed for rape and=97unusually in France=97reverse racism.
Three of the minors have previously been jailed for rape and robbery,
but only six months ago they were released early as part of a government
plan to go easy on minors.
One French commentator asks: =93Where did their hatred come from? The
hatred that drove them to engage in unspeakable acts on a young girl,
barely older than themselves, who symbolized their host country? What
will I report? Unemployment? Poverty? Inequality?=94
In Paris, the 31st congress of the Union of Islamic Organizations in
France (UOIF) was turned into a platform for Muslim anti-Semitism when
keynote speaker Hani Ramadan=97a prominent Muslim leader from
Geneva=97blamed Jews and Zionism for a litany of maladies in France, Iraq,
Rwanda, Syria and Central Africa. =93All the evil in the world originates
from the Jews who have only one thing in mind, realizing the dream of
Greater Israel,=94 the French daily Le Figaro quoted him as saying.
Ramadan said the media and politics are controlled by Zionists. =93In the
United States, no one can be elected president without having to kowtow
to AIPAC,=94 he said. =93It is the same in France, where no one can be
elected without the approval of the CRIF [an umbrella group of French
Jewish organizations], which in fact leads in the shadows. Against these
international schemes of the Zionist power there is only one rampart:
Hani Ramadan is the director of the Islamic Center of Geneva and is a
brother of Tariq Ramadan, a Swiss professor banned from entering the
United States. The UOIF congress, held from April 18-21 this year, is
one of France=92s largest and most prominent Islamic events.
In Germany, the interior ministry on April 8 said it had outlawed the
charity =93Waisenkinderprojekt Libanon=94 [Orphan Project Lebanon] for
allegedly raising millions of euros for Hezbollah. The group, based in
the city of Essen, collected =803.3 million ($4.6 million) in donations
between 2007 and 2013 for the Lebanese Shahid [Martyrs] Foundation, an
=93integral=94 part of Hezbollah. The interior ministry said the funds were
used to recruit fighters =93to combat Israel, also with terrorist
measures=94 and to compensate the families of suicide bombers.
Also in April, it was reported that the 39-year-old German rapper Deso
Dogg (born Denis Cuspert), operating under the alias =93Abu Talha
Al-Almani=94 [Abu Talha the German], was killed on April 20 as a result of
infighting among jihadi groups battling in Syria.
Deso Dogg=97the son of a Ghanaian father and German mother, and raised by
an American stepfather=97abandoned his rapping career and converted to
hardline Salafism in 2010 after nearly being killed in a car crash. Soon
after his conversion, he began recording nasheeds [traditional Islamic
devotional music] in German, praising Osama Bin Laden and Taliban leader
Mullah Omar. Deso Dogg=92s nasheeds inspired Arid Uka, an Albanian-German
Islamist, who killed two U.S. airmen and seriously wounded two others at
the Frankfurt airport in March 2011.
Before and After: Left, German rapper Denis Cuspert in 2005, then known
as =93Deso Dogg=94. Right, Cuspert as jihadist in Syria, in 2013, operating
under the alias =93Abu Talha Al-Almani=94 [Abu Talha the German]. (Image
sources: Wikimedia Commons, ISIS)
After Deso Dogg became a cult figure for Salafists in Europe, German
counter-terrorism authorities, concerned about his potential to serve as
a recruitment tool for radical Islamic groups, began monitoring his
Despite being monitored, Deso Dogg crossed into Syria undetected in
2013, and gave his oath of allegiance to the jihadist group the Islamic
State of Iraq and the Levant [ISIS] in early 2014. According to many
media sources, he was reportedly killed by a rival al-Nusra suicide
bomber in eastern Syria. Reports of his death, however, have not been
independently confirmed, and ISIS fighters interviewed by the German
newspaper Die Welt have denied he is dead.
A new survey published on April 29 shows that only half of the German
population believes that Islam is a part of German culture and society.
The Integration Barometer 2014, produced by the Expert Council of German
Foundations on Integration and Migration, found that 44% of those with
an immigrant background and 53% without a migration background rejected
the statement: =93Islam is part of Germany.=94 About half of the
respondents, both with and without a migration background, nevertheless
advocated religious instruction in schools. About two-thirds believe
Islamic theology should be offered at universities.
The situation is different when it comes to making exceptions for
individual Muslims, such as exemptions from sports or swimming lessons
because of religious sensitivities. A clear majority, 76% of those
without a migration background, viewed such special privileges in a
negative light. In addition, 63% of those without a migration background
rejected the right of Muslim teachers to wear headscarves in class. =93The
majority of respondents obviously believe that equality and religious
neutrality are more important than the granting of special treatment on
religious grounds,=94 the study concludes.
On April 22, the Bavarian Administrative Court in Munich ruled that an
18-year-old Muslim student does not have the constitutional right to
wear a face-covering niqab in class at her state-run vocational college.
The court said that her school had done nothing illegal in asking her to
remove the veil, and that this prohibition did not infringe on her
freedom of religious worship.
The court also said that the veil acted as a barrier for non-verbal
communication. =93Open communication during teaching is based not only on
the spoken word, but also on non-verbal elements such as facial
expressions, gestures and other body language,=94 the court said.
Meanwhile, a German-Turkish candidate for city council elections in the
town of Neuss near D=FCsseldorf provoked the ire of many Germans when he
added the Islamic crescent-moon to the logo of his party, the
center-right Christian Democratic Union. The Islamized logo appeared on
promotional campaign products such as pens, stickers and 4,000 bags.
Irritated CDU officials ordered Yasar Calik, 37, to cease and desist. He
responded by accusing them of intolerance. Calik said many Turks are
skeptical of the CDU and that he wants Muslims to know they can vote for
the party, which some have dubbed the =93Islamic Democratic Union.=94
In Greece, controversial plans to build a taxpayer-funded mega-mosque in
Athens have been delayed once again after a group of concerned citizens
filed an appeal to block the =80950,000 ($1.3 million) project. The
government had agreed in November 2013 to build a mosque at the site of
a former naval base in Votanikos, near central Athens.
Aris Spiliotopoulos, a candidate for the mayor of Athens for the
center-right New Democracy party, called for a referendum on the
construction of the mosque. In an April 16 interview with Skai TV,
Spiliotopoulos, a former education and tourism minister, criticized
plans to build a Muslim place of worship in the heart of Athens, saying
that the capital does not need =93another pole for illegal immigration=94 or
=93third-world tents under the sacred rock of the Acropolis.=94 Votanikos is
located 3km from the Acropolis. Spiliotopoulos said: =93I don=92t want the
mosque next to the Parthenon.=94
The Friendship, Equality and Peace Party, purportedly representing Greek
Muslims in the region of Thrace, described Spiliotopoulos=92 referendum
proposals as an =93insult to the hundreds of thousands of Muslims living
in Athens, the only capital in the European Union without a mosque.=94 The
=93The construction of a mosque has been delayed for strange reasons
for many years, which has opened a deep wound in terms of freedom of
religion. Now, proposing a referendum for a place of worship has created
great disappointment. We expect politicians to leave such a mentality,
to avoid putting our country Greece in a difficult position within the
Meanwhile, Muslim vandals are being blamed for a spate of attacks
against Greek Orthodox churches on the island of Crete. Anti-Christian
slogans written in Arabic were discovered on the walls of at least three
In Italy, Home Secretary Angelino Alfano on April 4 warned that his
country is facing a catastrophic wave of immigration from the Muslim
world. =93According to our information between 300,000 and 600,000 people
are on the other side of the Mediterranean on the North African
coastline, waiting to cross sooner or later,=94 he said at a conference on
immigration in Palermo, Sicily.
In the first three months of 2014, more than 11,000 immigrants have
landed in Italy, a seven-fold increase on 2013, with the high season for
crossings about to begin as the weather improves. =93The landings are
non-stop and the emergency is increasingly glaring,=94 Alfano said.
On April 4, an official statement from the Italian Ministry of Health
declared =93the activation of appropriate measures of surveillance at all
international access points to Italy=94 due to fears that at least 40
immigrants from Africa were infected with the Ebola virus.
The head of the Italian Navy, Admiral Giuseppe De Giorgi, said the
influx of migrants is reaching =93biblical proportions=94 and that =93Italy=
fighting a losing battle.=94
Justice Minister Andrea Orlando on April 1 signed an agreement with his
Moroccan counterpart to have Moroccan convicts sent back home. The move
is aimed at tackling chronic overcrowding in Italian prisons. The
agreement will affect Moroccans who have been convicted in Italy and
sentenced to one or more years in prison, according to a statement
released by the Justice Ministry. The new plan will allow convicts to
serve out the rest of their sentences in Morocco while receiving =93social
reintegration=94 there, where =93they have social and family ties.=94 There
are some 4,000 Moroccan prisoners in Italian prisons.
In the Netherlands, Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk and Rob Bertholee,
the head of the Dutch intelligence agency AIVD, on April 23 presented
the AIVD annual report for 2013. The report says that more than 100
Dutch citizens or residents traveled to Syria in 2013 with the intention
of taking part in jihadist activities there.
The vast majority of Dutch jihadists joined one of two groups: the
Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) or Jabhat al-Nusra (JaN). A
relatively small proportion of jihadists (just over 20) returned home
during the course of the year. The AIVD believes that at least ten men
from the Netherlands were killed in Syria in 2013, including two Dutch
jihadists who took their own lives in suicide attacks.
The report warns:
=93The participation of foreign jihadists in the conflict in Syria has
contributed to its escalation. Their experiences there, and the contacts
they establish with international networks, mean that they may well pose
a threat to national security if and when they return home. For the
jihadist groups active in Syria, the presence of European fighters
represents an excellent opportunity to recruit individuals familiar with
our region to commit acts of terrorism here. In addition, returnees
could exploit their status as veterans to radicalize others in the
=93As well as potentially posing a direct threat, returnees from Syria
might also have a radicalizing and mobilizing effect upon fellow
Muslims. In the Netherlands, they could act as the catalyst pushing some
young people already attracted by a radical strand of Islam into
militant activism. That could strengthen local radical groups and spread
their message to a wider audience.=94
Meanwhile, police said they had arrested a 35-year-old Dutch-Turkish
national named Aydin Coban in the case of a Canadian teenager who was
blackmailed after exposing herself in front of a webcam. The 15-year-old
girl, Amanda Todd, later committed suicide after detailing her
harassment on a YouTube video watched by millions around the world.
Dutch prosecutors said the man is suspected of blackmailing girls in
Britain, the Netherlands and the United States. Canadian police said
they would seek extradition.
The number of people requesting asylum in the Netherlands rose by more
than 4,000 in 2013 to 17,190, the immigration service said on April 14.
Somalia topped the list with just over 3,000 requests, followed by Syria
(2,670) and Iraq (1,090).
In Norway, the education ministry approved a controversial plan to
launch the country=92s first Muslim-only primary school in Oslo. The
school will be run by the Association of Muslim Mothers, which wants to
teach its pupils Arabic and Islamic values as well as the standard
subjects on the curriculum. A standard course on Religion, Philosophy
and Ethics would be replaced by Islam, Religion and Philosophy.
The school aims to have 200 students, and is expected to look for
premises in the east side of Oslo, home to many immigrants. Both
Norway=92s opposition Labour Party and the anti-immigrant Progress Party,
which is part of the government coalition, have voiced opposition to the
On April 28, envoys from Saudi Arabia and other Muslim countries accused
the Norwegian government of doing too little to protect its Muslim
minority, and called for all criticism of Islam to be made illegal. The
accusations against Norway were made in Geneva during a session of the
United Nations Universal Periodic Review, which occurs every four years.
Norwegian Foreign Minister B=F8rge Brende told Norway=92s NTB newswire: =93=
is a paradox that countries which do not support fundamental human
rights have influence on the council, but that is the United Nations.=94
In Spain, a large Muslim umbrella group called the Union of Islamic
Communities in Spain [UCIDE] sent letters to education officials in all
of the country=92s 17 regions asking for precise data on the number of
students in primary and secondary public schools who have applied for
Islamic religious training.
UCIDE is lobbying the Spanish government to expand the teaching of Islam
in the public school system, and is said to be compiling the data to
back up its claim that there are not enough Islam teachers to keep up
with the growing demand.
On April 30, police in Almer=EDa, a port city in southern Spain, arrested
a French-Algerian jihadist who was returning to Europe from combat in
Syria. Abdelmalek Tanem, 25, was a member of the al-Qaeda-linked group,
the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant [ISIS], from October 2013 to
January 2014, according to a statement issued by the Spanish Interior
=93During this period, Tanem is believed to have carried out the work of
=91combatant=92 and as a =91facilitator=92 on the Turkish-Syrian border in =
to make it possible for other European citizens to be integrated into
this jihadist group,=94 the statement says. Tanem is the second returning
jihadist who has been arrested by Spanish police; the first was Mohamed
Sadik Abdeluahid in Ceuta, in January.
On April 29, the Spanish government announced that it would allocate
=802.1 million ($2.9 million) to try to stem illegal border crossings in
Ceuta and Melilla, two Spanish exclaves in North Africa. More than 1,000
African migrants attempted to reach Spain in April during nearly daily
attempts to storm and scale the six-meter (20-foot) triple-layer fence
separating Melilla from Morocco.
In Sweden, the parliament on April 10 approved a new law that will make
it easier for public prosecutors to take criminal action against Swedes
who criticize immigrants or government officials online. The new law
removes the requirement that there must be a special reason to prosecute
for defamation or insult. Critics say the new law, which takes effect on
January 1, 2015, is an assault on the exercise of free speech: Swedish
thought police will be able to prosecute anyone who expresses an opinion
about Muslim immigration and much else if that opinion is deemed to be
defamation or slander.
The measure has been pushed by Swedish parliamentarian Andreas Norl=E9n,
who in an unchallenged debate on the issue in parliament, said: =93I do
not think it takes very many prosecutions before a signal is transmitted
in the community that the Internet is not a lawless country: the sheriff
is back in town.=94
The Swedish government is also spending 60 million krona ($9 million) to
boost voter turnout in Muslim neighborhoods=97such as the Rinkeby district
in Stockholm, the Roseng=E5rd district in Malm=F6, and the Rymdtorget and
Bergsj=F6n districts in Gothenburg=97ahead of European elections in May.
Separately, the government was forced to drop a controversial plan to
lower the tax rates in Muslim neighborhoods after the European
Commission said that allowing immigrants to pay lower taxes than Swedes
would violate EU rules on state aid.
According to the latest data from Eurostat, Sweden is the EU country
that receives the most asylum seekers from developing countries relative
to their population. Most of the asylum seekers in 2013 were from
Afghanistan, Kosovo, Pakistan and Syria.
At the same time, more than 50,000 native Swedes fled the country in
2013, according to new data from Statistics Sweden (SCB). This is the
highest figure since the peak years of emigration to North America in
the 1880s. By contrast, immigration from the developing world to Sweden
reached its highest level ever in 2013, with nearly 115,800 immigrants,
according to the SCB.
On April 5, it emerged that a Swedish national of Somali origin was
arrested in Kenya on suspicion of trying to recruit young men for the
Islamic terrorist group, Al-Shabaab. Some 30 Swedish nationals have
traveled to Somalia to join Islamic militant groups, according to the
Swedish intelligence agency S=E4po.
In Switzerland, the University of Fribourg will host the country=92s first
training center for imams. The center will provide courses for imams on
Swiss culture and society, courses for social workers and health
professionals on accommodating the Muslim community and, ultimately, a
training program for new imams. The objective is to produce
locally-trained imams to join the ranks of the country=92s 150 imams, all
of whom were schooled abroad.
The original idea for the project came from a national research program
called =93Religious Groups, State and Society,=94 which found that most of
the imams and teachers of Islam did not speak Swiss national languages
and did not know Swiss society, culture and laws.
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About the Author: The writer is a Senior Fellow at the New York-based
Gatestone Institute. He is also Senior Fellow for European Politics at
the Madrid-based Grupo de Estudios Estrat=E9gicos / Strategic Studies
Group, one of the oldest and most influential foreign policy think tanks
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