Friday, February 10, 2012

Denmark: dogs targeted, kidnapped and killed, no connection made with Islam

In the Muslim ghetto of Gellerup Park, dogs are turning up either missing, dead or tortured.  No one is pointing any fingers, but with Muhammad banning dogs as pets, and their saliva considered haram, it makes it easy to add two and two to come to four.  With jihadists in the Netherlands demanding a ban on dogs in the Hague we now have a two-pronged attack against Western law and culture, and the demands for sharia law to usurp common law.  Expect to see more and more of this as Muslim populations ghrow up to, and past the magic 4% mark.  Every country you see experiencing Muslim agitation has a Muslim population of at least 4%, with some countries having up to, and in some cases over 20% Muslim demographics.  This is the price for 40 years of unlimited immigration and a toxic belief in multiculturalism.

From Jihad Watch Feb 10 by Nicolai Sennels

Denmark: 'Several examples' of kidnapping dogs in Muslim ghetto Gellerup, Aarhus

Muhammed hated dogs (and people who didn't believe in him and his god), and so do Muslims. A Muslim politician in The Hague is now working to forbid dogs in the city, thereby forcing all citizens to abide by the Sharia laws concerning dogs. In the UK it is apparently happens regularly that Muslim taxi drivers reject blind costumers if they bring their guide dog. There are apparently 'several examples' of dogs being kidnapped in the Muslim ghetto Gellerup Park. Then they kill them outright or tie them to something and leave them in the freezing cold to die. Translated from the Danish in BT, February 5: "Freezing kidnapped Shepherd back in good shape":
The 14-month-old Shepherd Aico, who yesterday was abducted from a dog hook in front of a 7-Eleven store in Aarhus, has been found. It was a 13-year-old boy named Khaled who found Aico whimpering and freezing in an upturn in Gellerup Park west of Aarhus, says the dog's owner, Michael Green.
"Residents in the hallway heard the dog whimpering all night, and fortunately a boy who took action," he said.
"That was actually what we had feared -- that someone had kidnapped the dog to Gellerup, this happens sometimes Aarhus. I'm just incredibly happy that he is back and doing well, although he has frozen much overnight," Green says.
Aico was abducted while Michael Green was in a 7-Eleven for a few minutes. When he came out, somebody had run away with the big puppy.
See the original Danish link here

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