Muslims should be treated the same as Hitler, DFer says

Local politician opines that Muslims are picking up where the Nazis left off

July 25th, 2014 1:16 pm| by admin

Mogens Camre, a Dansk Folkeparti politician who is a member of the Gladsaxe city council, tweeted recently that when it comes to persecuting Jews, Muslims in Europe have “picked up where Hitler left off, and only the same treatment that Hitler received will change the situation.”

Camre said that it is “obvious” that Muslims are persecuting Jews in Europe

“You also have an imam in Aarhus,  calling for the killing of Jews and an extraordinary situation in Norway where the Norwegian police are armed to the teeth and patrolling the streets in front of parliament and at the borders,” Camre told DR Nyheder.

Camre said that he did not mean that every Muslim is persecuting Jews and that he didn’t have room to explain himself fully in his Tweet.

“It is not every Muslim,” he said. “There is limited space in a tweet, but there are Muslims persecuting Jews in the major cities.”

“Waiting to kill us”
Camre believes that Muslims pose a real theat.  

“People who attack democracy, must of course be defeated,” he said. “Those who repeatedly threaten holy war against the West must be defeated.”

Camre has been in hot water before because of anti-Muslim rhetoric. He was charged with racism in 2002 for saying that Muslims are just “waiting to kill us”.

READ MORE: No more Muslims, say DF leaders

He was never prosecuted because, as a former MP and EMP, both the Danish parliament and the European Parliament refused to waive Camre’s parliamentary immunity.

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