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Norway Far-Right suggests Muslim protesters exit. Progress Party leader Siv Jensen said that those demonstrating against the war in Afghanistan on Friday should find somewhere else to live other than Norway. 37 people showed up in front of Parliament to protest the war, including former terror suspect Arfan Bhatti. Siv Jensen feels that Bhatti should travel to another country if he does not like it here. She told NRK, “I have the following message: If you do not like the values we build in this community, travel to an Islamic country and grow your warped ideas there”.

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Norway Far-Right suggests Muslim protesters exit

Published on Monday, 23rd January, 2012 at 09:44 under the news category, by Lyndsey Smith   .

Progress Party leader Siv Jensen said that those demonstrating against the war in Afghanistan on Friday should find somewhere else to live other than Norway.

Siv Jensen, leader, Progress Party
Siv Jensen, leader, Progress Party
Photo: FrP


37 people showed up in front of Parliament to protest the war, including former terror suspect Arfan Bhatti.

Siv Jensen feels that Bhatti should travel to another country if he does not like it here. She told NRK, “I have the following message: If you do not like the values we build in this community, travel to an Islamic country and grow your warped ideas there”.

Ms Jensen believes that the small attendance to the demonstration shows that many Muslims are not interested in extremism.

Moreover, she stated the majority of immigrants were welcome in Norway, whose society is built on respect for the individual, valuing freedom and democracy, and people being able to express disagreement through “an unbreakable freedom of speech.”

“I am very pleased that the majority of our new citizens have embraced the values, our laws, and our way of managing and organising our society.”



Published on Monday, 23rd January, 2012 at 09:44 under the news category, by Lyndsey Smith   .

This post has the following tags: oslomuslimdemonstration, muslimextremistsnorway, norwegiansoldiersafghanistan.





  
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