May 11 2011
NORWAY: Imam who applied for a permit to open a Muslim primary schools says,: “If a person does not fast during Ramadan, he should be beheaded”
Imam Syed Farasat Ali Bukhari’s accurate interpretation of the teachings of the Qur’an lead to rejection of his application for an Islamic School in Oslo. (And this is why EVERY application for an Islamic school in any non-Islamic country should be rejected)
Muslims who don’t believe the same are considered to be apostates by other Muslims.
The Foreigner (H/T Maria) –A REPORT that aired on Norwegian TV, about an Imam, Syed Farasat Ali Bukhari, showed him saying that in Islam, anyone caught in an Islamic state not fasting during Ramadan is to be beheaded. The report comes on the heels of an application for an Islamic private school for 200 pupils in Oslo. Apparently the application has been turned down in light of the revelations of the extreme views of the Imam (But his views are NOT extreme, they ARE Islam). Apparently the Norwegian government was going to approve of the school until the report aired.
Omitting this information from his application to the Directorate for Education and Training, the Ministry of Education and
proclaims the Imam, believing jail or the same punishment applies to people who do not exercise their prayer obligation.
Labour (Ap) politician Marianne Aasen, chairperson of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Education, Research, and Church Affairs, tells The Foreigner “his application will not be granted [now].”
“Every child in any school in Norway, religious or otherwise, learns about democracy and human rights, and it is very important for us that the government’s education policy for Norwegian schools is followed. The government also has to be able to trusts this will happen, which will be very difficult in this case.”
The Socialist Left (SV) Party’s leader, and Minister of Education, Kristin Halvorsen, calls his statements advocating such measures as “unacceptable”, confirming the school will not be established on this basis.
“The attitudes express in [NRK’s report] are a clear violation of Norwegian law,” she says. Trine Skei Grande, leader of the Liberal Party (V), tells The Foreigner she was “shocked”.