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The Mullah

The Mullah
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This is Mullah Krekar - a Kurdish Sunni Islamist Islamic scholar who came to Norway as a refugee from northern Iraq in 1991. On March 26, 2012 he was sentenced to 5 years in prison for making repeated death threats against Norwegian politicians, among them our current Prime Minister, and other persons if they pursued certain civil actions against him. Krekar is being released from prison january 25th 2015.

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Rhisiart Hincks
Rhisiart Hincks
God save us from divine inspiration!
3 years ago.
askyog has replied to Rhisiart Hincks
On March 21, 2003 his arrest was ordered by the Norwegian law enforcement agency for financial crime, while accusations that he had financed terrorist attacks using Norway as a base were investigated. Court proceedings against Krekar were however dropped when it proved impossible to prove his connections with the terrorist attacks staged in Iraq by Ansar al-Islam during his leadership

In an audio file published on the Kurdish website Renesans.nu during September 2008, Krekar allegedly threatened to kill Mariwan Halabjaee, the Iraqi Kurdish author of "Sex, Sharia and Women in the History of Islam", who also resided in Norway.

In February 2012, Krekar confirmed in the Oslo District Court that he had issued a twenty page fatwa against Halabjaee. The fatwa was sent to several hundred Islamic scholars around the world

On November 8, 2007, the Supreme Court of Norway ruled that Krekar is a threat to Norway's national security, thus upholding the February 2003 decision by the government to deport him to Iraq. It is still unclear when Krekar will be deported due to Iraq's death penalty laws.(?)

He is released from prison 12 days from now !!!
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.