All posts tagged: denmark

Hizb ut Tahrir Scandinavia Annual Conference: Islam between Distortion and Fact

Hizb ut Tahrir Scandinavia is organizing an annual conference entitled: “Islam between distortion and facts!” Islam is arguably one of the most controversial subjects in the world and is under constant attack. There are many misconceptions and widespread misinformation about Islam, but what is truth and what is distortion? What are myths and what are […]

The Danish Government Reinforces its Commitment to American Imperialism

On Friday, September 6th, it was reported that the Social Democratic government of Denmark will increase its military contribution to mainly American led missions in the Middle East and Africa with more than 500 additional soldiers, military personnel, vehicles and equipment. (Tv2.dk, 06/09/2019) Comment: This is a significant contribution from a small country such as […]

News Headlines 21/08/2019

US Tests Missile Recession Dawns Global Economy Trump Wants to Buy Greenland US Tests Missile On Sunday 18th August, the Pentagon tested a conventionally-configured (i.e. non-nuclear) cruise missile. The missile flew over 500 km and officials described it as accurately impacting. A ground-launched cruise missile of that range would have been flat out illegal under […]

Mosque-Attack in Norway: Western Governments Are Responsible for the Hatred

With incredible heroism, two elderly Muslim men prevented a cowardly attempt to carry out a new mass murder of peaceful, worshipping Muslims, on Saturday, August 10, 2019. This time in the Norwegian city of Bærum. We, Hizb ut Tahrir / Scandinavia, therefore emphasize the following: ⁃ First of all, we congratulate the heroes, the honored […]

15,000 Signatures Gathered Against the Forcible Removal of Children Because of “Fear of Radicalization”

The Muslims in Denmark have spoken with one clear voice! In reaction to the Danish government and other politicians encouraging forcible removal of Muslim children under the pretext of the risk of radicalization, a number of Muslim organizations and representatives came together and signed a joint statement on 14 March 2015, with the following conclusion: