Mullah Krekar is Norway’s very own pet mujahid. He is notorious for uttering the most vile and provocative statements, advocating violent jihad against non-Muslims, and supporting the killing of Westerners in Iraq and elsewhere.
Originally from Iraq, the Mad Mullah has now been officially expelled from Norway, but he’s still sitting there in Oslo, because he might face the death penalty if he returns to Iraq. That’s the way business is done in most of Western Europe: psychopaths who incite violence and sedition may not be deported because — Heaven forefend! — they might be executed.
Here’s the latest on the odious Mullah, from Aftenposten:
Authorities mum on Krekar’s latest provocation
Controversial refugee Mullah Krekar, who continues to reside in Oslo pending deportation, has sparked more outrage after he defended the killing of an Australian journalist in Iraq. Norwegian authorities, however, aren’t commenting since they consider his case closed.
Krekar has been officially kicked out of Norway, following the Norwegian Supreme Court’s recent rejection of his appeal to stay. He remains in Norway only because he faces a death sentence if returned to Iraq now, and Norwegian authorities thus are prevented from sending him back.
A government spokesperson told news bureau NTB that Norwegian officials are finished with his case, and had no comment on the latest batch of controversial remarks Krekar reportedly made to an Australian television station.
This is a fine multicultural dilemma: they can’t kill him, can’t deport him, and now they can’t even talk about him because his case is closed.
ABC of Australia reported that Krekar said in an interview due for broadcast on Tuesday that he is allowed to kill Australian soldiers in Iraq. He said that according to Islam, he can also kill their interpreters and people who give them food, water or medicine, because it’s a war situation in Iraq.
ABC reported in a synopsis of the interview that Krekar also urged his followers to kill both Australian and American soldiers.
Krekar also justified the killing of Australian journalist Paul Moran in 2003, telling ABC’s reporter that Moran “was also our enemy.”
Here’s a sign that Mullah Krekar should be turned over to the intelligence services and sweated under a bright light in a little room:
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The ABC report reveals that Krekar had detailed information on Moran’s killing, including what the Saudi Arabian suicide bomber who killed him was doing during the final minutes of his life. That suggests Krekar continues to control or at least be involved with insurgents in Iraq.
What’s Norwegian for “Guantanamo”?
And to add icing to the cake:
Wenche Rasch of the Norwegian ministry in charge of immigration affairs said that if it’s true Krekar continues to encourage criminal acts, it’s a case for the police and prosecutors. She added, though, that there’s little chance Krekar can be interned until he’s ultimately deported.
The Norwegian authorities are saying, in effect, that there’s nothing they can do about Mullah Krekar. It’s a job for the police and prosecutors, but they can’t intern him. He breaks Norwegian law, but he can’t be deported.
Assuming the Mujahid Mullah isn’t stupid enough to be caught standing over an infidel corpse with a bloody knife in his hand, he’ll be getting his name in the Norwegian newspapers for many years to come.
Hat tip: Jens.