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Denmark: 3 out of 4 Muslim migrants want to ban criticism of Islam

A report on freedom of speech that was recently published by Denmark’s Ministry of Justice reveals that nearly eight out of ten Muslims who live in the country want to see all criticism of Islam legally banned.

The report, which is entitled ‘Freedom of Speech in Denmark‘, was released last month. It surveyed attitudes towards freedom of speech held by all Danish citizens. Among the study’s findings was that 76% of migrants who had come from Muslim countries, or whose parents had come from Muslim countries, want to put an end to any criticism of the religion, as reported by Samhällsnytt.

Among the same group, the study found that only 59% would like to see a law prohibiting the introduction of Sharia law in Denmark.

Out of the total population of Denmark, including migrants from Muslim countries, the study showed that only 18% would like to see criticism of Islam banned.

These alarming results are similar to those obtained by Dutch researcher Ruud Koopmans, who has been studying Muslim migrants in Europe for more than 20 years. According to a report released last year, Koopmans’ research has shown that two-thirds of Muslim migrants living in Europe believe that Sharia law is more important than the law of the countries in which they live. His conclusion is that it is impossible to integrate Muslims into Western societies.

Recent incidents do not suggest a happy future for relations between Muslims and native Danes in Denmark. Last month, a migrant was filmed telling Danish politician Rasmus Paludan that Danes are “animals” who will eventually be “exterminated” by Muslims, as previously reported by Voice of Europe. And on Thursday, Danish police arrested a man in Copenhagen who is suspected of planning to carry out a jihadi terrorist attack in the country.


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