What would you do if a Muslim came and destroyed your favorite bar because they didn’t agree with drinking? Would you be upset or would you be understanding?
This is how bad things have gotten in Denmark — where ‘Sharia patrols’ are roaming the streets and vandalizing businesses that they deem as against Sharia.
A number of bars in Denmark are reporting daily harassment by migrant sharia patrols who claim the streets they operate on are “sharia zones”, vandalise businesses, and even shout abuse at government ministers in the streets.
The reports of violence and intimidation are coming out of Nørrebro, a suburb of the Danish capital Copenhagen, where the local trade association is considering employing “peace guards” to protect business and punters. Local bar and nightclub owners have reported having their windows smashed, customers attacked, and even death threats being made against them by “immigrant origin” Sharia patrols because they serve alcohol.
Speaking out against the abuse, café owner Heidi Dyrnesli said of one recent attack: “Some men came into the bar and shouted that all guests had to leave. They said the area belonged to them and that Nørrebro is now subject to sharia and drinking alcohol is forbidden.”
Businesses have been told they have to pay money to the migrant gangs in return for protection in addition to the alcohol bans, and failure to comply has led to death threats. One local speaking to Norwegian newspaperNettavisen named as Mohammed Ahmed said some 60,000 kroner (£6,300) had been demanded of him and his business.
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Here’s a look at some of the Sharia zones on Denmark:
An Iraqi Ayatollah also recently stated that those who refuse the Mahdi will become slaves, check this out:
Iraqi Ayatollah Abdul Karim Al-Haeri, Director of the Karbala Hawza Shiite seminary, said in a video that after the arrival of the Mahdi, it would be permissible to take five or ten slave girls from among those who oppose the imam, and to offer them to friends for sex, when they come over. Al-Haeri recommended this as a means to prevent marital problems: “If his wife asks him where he was, he has no problem [telling her he was with his friend],” he said. Excerpts from the lecture were posted on April 7 on the Facebook page of Beith Al-Wujdan Al-Thaqafi, a group focused on enlightenment and extremism in the Arab and Islamic world.