Two brothers who were convicted of firebombing Lars Vilks’ house in Sweden have begun their prison sentences. The older of the two said in court that he considers Mr. Vilks “Islam’s greatest enemy”.
Next door in Denmark, a member of the governing party proposes that the minimum wage for immigrants be set at half of that for Danish workers.
Meanwhile, in non-Scandinavian news, BP has confirmed that it put pressure on the British government to expedite the release of the Lockerbie bomber so that the oil company could cut a deal on offshore drilling rights with Libya.
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The interview with Abu Kasem on the demise of mahoundianism is well worth reading. Thanks for posting that Baron.