Double Dutch and Triple Tricks

Double Dutch and Triple Tricks

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The Dutch Judicial System (prosecutors) is clearly saying that it is O.K. to hurt and Insult Muslims. They are also saying, “insulting Quran is not same as insulting Islam and Muslims”!!  

The complete guide to killing non-Jews, Woman beaten on J'lem bus for refusing to move to rear seat, Rabbis Teachings on sex with infants and animals, Jewish Shariah ("hadith") and Stone to Death, Jewish Women Must not Vote, Gentiles Need To Die are supported by Pre-Contemporary Jewish Quotes About non-Jews and Contemporary Jewish Quotes About non-Jews.

Anna Baltzer, Faruque Ahmed and Rabid Zionist and Tariq Ali and Paul McGeough are further evidence in support of previous postings.

I hope no one is going to use “anti-Semitism” to silence genuine criticism and holocaust to emotionally blackmail us.     

Geert Wilders supporters insanity and profanity could be viewed here! They are also Megabyte Nazis! They are scared of Israelis and Jews. Geert Wilders does not care about Gentiles Need To Die and many more disgusting comments and beliefs of Jews and Israelis.

    

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The Dutch Judicial System - it is O.K. to hurt and Insult Muslims  

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Further to Do You Call It Islamic Terrorism? Over the last thirty years 99.96% European terrorism emanating from non Muslim sources. Yet, far too many people think that Muslim terrorists are hiding under the bed! This is how Israel controls your media and this is happening because 96 % of Worlds media is controlled by just zionist companies.

The Dutch Judicial System is clearly saying that it is O.K. to hurt and Insult Muslims.  

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Move to acquitt anti-Islam Dutch pollie

Toby Sterling

October 16, 2010 - 1:59PM

AP

Dutch prosecutors have asked judges to acquit anti-Islam politician Geert Wilders on all charges of inciting hate and discrimination against Muslims, in a case seen as testing the limits of free speech versus religious freedom.

The move Friday by prosecutors signalled their belief the case against Wilders was weak, although judges could still disagree and convict him. The defence begins its case next week and a verdict is scheduled for next month.

The case is being closely watched in many European countries, where immigration has created a backlash of anti-Muslim sentiment and boosted nationalist parties that are outspokenly negative toward Islam and Muslims.

Muslims complained to Dutch authorities that Wilders crossed the line when, among many slurs, he compared Islam to Naziism and the Koran to Hitler's manifesto, Mein Kampf.

Prosecutors told the court that Wilders' statements may be "hurtful" or "insulting" to Muslims but there was insufficient proof to convict him of trying to polarise Dutch society into antagonistic groups. He has never called for violence.

Wilders, who had frowned throughout Friday's hearing, broke into a wide smile as the prosecutors concluded by running through the charges against him and asking for acquittal on each.

"I don't insult, I don't incite hate, I don't discriminate," he said outside the courtroom afterward. "The only thing I do, and will keep on doing, is speaking the truth."

In her summation, prosecutor Birgit van Roessel said Wilders' statements were made as part of the public debate "about the immigration and integration of non-western foreigners, especially Muslims."

"Standpoints can vary considerably and emotions can run high but ... it is a debate that it must be possible to have," she said.

In one example cited by prosecutors, Wilders wrote in a 2007 opinion piece: "I've had enough of Islam in the Netherlands; let not one more Muslim immigrate," and urged that the Koran be banned.

The prosecutors said that statement, like others, was within the legal bounds of public debate.

Many of Wilders' statements seemed to denounce Islam as an ideology or its the growing influence in the Netherlands, rather than being intended as an abuse of Muslims as a people or group, Van Roessel said.

Prosecutors had initially declined to press charges against Wilders at all but were ordered to do so by an appeals court that ruled there was significant evidence against him.

Muslims, mostly from Morocco and Turkey, comprise about six per cent of the Netherlands' 16.5 million population.

If convicted, he could be sentenced to up to a year in jail, though a fine is more likely.

A right-wing government that depends on Wilders' Freedom Party to reach a one-vote majority in parliament took office on Thursday, making him one of the nation's most powerful politicians.

Although not a member of the ruling coalition, many of his election planks have been incorporated in the plans of the minority cabinet. They include measures to turn away more asylum seekers, halve the number of new immigrants from nonwestern countries, ban the public wearing of face-concealing Muslim garb and force immigrants to pay for their own mandatory citizenship classes.

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