Mulsims want Denmark to change to Sharia Law; its PM is outraged
As per statistics, Denmark's 40% Muslims would like to change the country's law at least partly to Sharia Law. Whenever a new citizen comes to any country, it is their moral duty to live by and follow that country's laws.
But Islamic supremacists consider their primary duty to proselytize for Islam and make their new host follow Sharia laws.
Some citizens of Denmark seem to have enough including Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen. As per Jihad Watch reports Peter Rahbæk Juel, Odense Mayor stated that “it is psychological violence, carried out by means of Sharia law. It’s unacceptable, and it hurts my stomach to read these things.”
Unlike Juel, most of the leaders like to pretend that no such oppression under Sharia exists. They are more concerned about being called “Islamophobic” and “intolerant.”
As per Danish Justice Ministry reports, "nearly eight out of ten Danish Muslims would like to make criticism of Islam illegal, as opposed to merely 18 percent of the general population.” And this is what Islamic lobbies are trying to achieve.
Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen blasted Sharia law and said, "it is wrong. It is oppressive of women. It is not Danish. And it must never, ever become Danish.”
In September 2020 the Malta Winds had reported, as previous surveys have indicated, nearly four out of ten Danish Muslims would like to have the country’s laws at least partly based on Sharia law, and over 10 percent even said Denmark’s laws should be solely based on Sharia.
Recent examples of the practice of Sharia law by the country's certain Imams were denounced by Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen.
Odense city's imam Abu Bashar whose civil name is Mohamad Al-Khaled Samha demanded women to sign divorce contracts which is opposite to the Danish law.
A woman loses custody of her children if she remarries or behaves in a way that “violates her own or her family’s honour”, and additionally must provide her husband with money to obtain a divorce, according to them.
For the offence of psychological violence, a person gets the punishment of up to 3 years in prison in Denmark, and the imam was reported to the police for the same.
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