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Monday, March 20, 2006

Hizb-ut-Tahrir endicted for threats against Danish government

Hizb-ut-Tahrir spokesman endicted for three possible violations of Danish penal code.

The Public Prosecutor today endicted Fadi Abdullativ, spokesman of Danish Hizb-ut-Tahrir, on three counts, one dealing with threatening persons in public service. In a paper distributed at a mosque in November 2004 in Valby, Cohenhagen, the organisation writes: Then set out to help your brothers in Fallujah in Iraq, and exterminate your rulers [Danish:regenter] if they stand in your way".

As the threat is directed against the prime minister and other members of the government, the prosecutor endicted for violation of article 119 in the penal code with a maximum of 8 years imprisonment

The other counts regard antisemitic expressions, of which Fadi Abdullativ in 2003 was found guilty and sentenced to 60 days suspended imprisonment. The sentence was passed partly due to a quotation form the Koran: OQM. al-Baqarah:191 on "killing Jews wherever you find them".

If Abdullativ is found guilty on the new charges, the original sentence will take effect.

In 2004, the Crown's Prosecutor refused to ban Hizb-ut-Tahrir og grounds of lack of evidence. The ban was sought in accordance with the Danish Constitution that makes it possible to ban organisations seeking to implement their goals by violence or the threat to use violence. The clause has never been used.

Sources: Danish Radio, ritzau, papers, wikipedia and more.

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