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Thursday, 10 September 2009

Creeping anti-Islam fascism target Danish mosque

Danish far-right launches anti-mosque campaign amid fears of rise in Nazi-style xenophobia.

Observers say the campaign is reminiscent of the Nazi-era propaganda against Europe's Jewish population.

Full page advertisements published in several daily papers claimed that part of the funds for the new mosque would come from Iran, while a second mosque planned for the capital would be financed by Saudi Arabia.

But no calls to prayer will blare from the towers in order not to disturb the surrounding working-class neighbourhood.

Denmark has had a tense relationship with the Muslim world since a Danish newspaper published in 2005 offensive cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed, sparking anger and protests in several Muslim nations.

Danish cartoons and Bordellos