Take notes Sweden This is the kind of decisions that you should be making as well.
A Danish court on Tuesday stripped the citizenship from a Danish-Moroccan bookseller jailed for inciting terrorism, in the first case of its kind in the country.
Sam Mansour was found guilty of supporting al Qaeda and Syria’s al-Nusra Front in posts on Facebook and for his help in publishing books by Abu Qatada, a Jordanian cleric who was deported from Britain for trial at home.
He was sentenced to four years in jail in December, but the prosecution sought to also strip him of his citizenship, possible only because he still has Moroccan citizenship. He now faces possible deportation to Morocco.
“These comments (in Facebook posts) go way beyond the borders of freedom of speech, which the court also agreed,” public prosecutor Kristian Braad Jensen said outside the court.
Mansour told the hearing he would risk torture if he were returned to Morocco, but the court found this to be a matter for asylum authorities, not the justice system according to a court statement.
Mansour will need to serve out his sentence in Denmark before he can be deported, although his attorney, Thorkild Hoyer, said international treaties might forbid his departure.
Hoyer told reporters he would seek to appeal to the Danish Supreme Court, although an Appeals Permission Board would need to decide that there were grounds for such a case.
This all makes complete logical sense of course. The man isn’t a native Dane. He has nothing but contempt for the Danish way of life. He is essentially a cancer working to weaken Denmark from within. What obligation do the Danish people have to take care of this worthless parasite? Why should he be allowed to roam free in Danish society after his sentence is complete? People like him are fanatics. Four years in prison isn’t going to rehabilitate him and make him a productive member of Danish society. As soon as he comes out, he’s just going to go right back to where he left off. It’s better to get rid of him before he has a chance to do so.
I only hope this sets a precedent for other European countries to take with these Islamic extremists. I’m pretty sure this isn’t just the first time that Denmark has done this, but quite possibly the first time any EU country has done something like this in the modern politically correct era. Hopefully, it won’t be the last time.