“Our Liberties Are Under Attack”

On November 2 a group of Counterjihad activists spoke at a conference in Copenhagen hosted by Trykkefrihedsselskabet (the Danish Free Press Society). The occasion was the commemoration of the tenth anniversary of the assassination of Theo Van Gogh.

Below is the speech given by Lars Hedegaard, the former chairman of the Free Press Society and now a co-editor of Dispatch International. Mr. Hedegaard’s excellent speech includes a succinct explanation of sharia law, as codified in the book whose English translation is known as Reliance of the Traveller.

Many thanks to L. B. Knudsen, Wideseen, for recording, editing, and uploading this video:

Previous posts about the November 2 conference in Copenhagen:

3 thoughts on ““Our Liberties Are Under Attack”

  1. Thank you GoV for doing such a fine job in covering the Trykkefrihedsselskabetconference!!!

    Now, can you tell us something about the lovely moderator? 😉

  2. His point around 7:30 about refering to Muslims or one intending to become a muslim in terms of unbelief seems to me to refer to a kind of slander of saying a believer is like an unbeliever, rather than being asked to believe everything a muslim says. However there are plenty of other regulations that deal with slander and how it merely involves saying something that a muslim would not like to hear about themselves even if it is true.

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