Sunday, June 24, 2012

No racial hatred charges for British Sharia law expert

The Netherlands can prosecute Geert Wilders with a hate crime for merely quoting the Quran, but a Muslim hate preacher will not be prosecuted for blatantly terroristic statements.  These are double standards driven by Political Correctness, Multiculturalism and raw fear of Muslim violence.


No racial hatred charges for British Sharia law expert

Friday 22 June 2012

The public prosecution department has no plans to bring charges against a British-Palestinian expert in Sharia law for allegedly making comments which incited hatred and discrimination in Amsterdam earlier this year, news agency ANP reports.

Haitham al-Haddad made the comments during a debate which replaced a two-day symposium at Amsterdam's VU University. The conference was cancelled following a row over al-Haddad's views about Jews.

Anti-Islam campaigner Ehsan Jami had called for legal action against al-Haddad after he told the debate ex Muslims deserve the death penalty, as outlined in Sharia law.

However, the public prosecution department said al-Haddad had not committed any offences because he had outlined a number of conditions for applying the death penalty which made it clear this could not happen in the Netherlands.