Saturday, September 24, 2016

Denmark: Abu Ubaydillah jailed for celebrating Charlie Hebdo attack in 2015

(Copenhagen) The spokesman for the Islamic group Kaldet tilIslam in Denmark is a 23-year-old Iraqi asylum seeker Abu Ubaydillah (the links on his name are most informative on this tosser) who, when asked by Vice magazine why didn't he go to fight in Syria, replied:
"The question is not whether I could find to go, but if I could find it to emigrate. It depends on each person and their skills, whether they are moving from a non-Muslim to a Muslim country. Generally you should be where they feel it best where you can practice your religion in the best possible way and where your family can live in peace and security. Ultimately, the debate not be about going to one country or another, but to be there, where you do the maximum benefit as a Muslim. There are many who believe that jihad is just about to take off to fight, and it is wrong. It is also a form of jihad when Muslims go into the world to seek knowledge and learning about their religion."
In other words, he is all talk and no trousers.

Abu Ubaydillah
Well, Abu decided last year to celebrate the terrorist attack on French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo by sharing a link to the story on Facebook, and then added in Arabic:
“God deserved the honour for the killings",
followed by a smiley face.

The Danish police didn't like this and nicked this so called innocent man-child. But as Abu is a foaming at the mouth jihadist, he automatically played the victim card by claiming it didn't make sense that he was arrested for praising Allah. followed by bitching at the police who searched his apartment, if they knew the meaning of the sentence in Arabic that praises Allah. This he capped off by playing the Islamophobia card.
"It is remarkable. Freedom of speech is only for those who are anti-Islam."
His lawyer argued that the Facebook posts were private and visible only to his 50 friends on the social network. Abu also said he removed the posts after one of his friends warned him that they could be misunderstood.

Well, the courts were having none of Abu’s protestations and he was sent down for 3 months yesterday with the warning that if he crossed the line again (oh, I forgot to mention he was jailed last year for threatening to decapitate the chairman of the Danish Syrian Association), he would be deported back to Iraq.

Something tells me that Abu will still be in Denmark in 10 years time. When will Europe learn?