First London, now a Danish group of Salafists calling themselves ‘Call to Islam’ plan to introduce round the clock patrols in Sharia zones in Copenhagen, and eventually other areas of Denmark.
Sheik Yermami Salafism is a highly
orthodox fanatical Islamic cult seeking to force adherence to the radical Islam. (The same cult that caused the deadly riots all around Europe over the Danish Muhammad cartoons in 2005)
According to Jyllands-Posten, Call to Islam plans to introduce Sharia zones – initially in the Tingbjerg suburb of Copenhagen, then in other areas of Nørrebro and eventually in other areas of Denmark. In its zones, patrols will approach those who drink, gamble, go to discothèques or engage in other activities seen by the group as running contrary to Islam.
The Muslim Joint Council (MJC), which is an umbrella organisation for Muslim associations in Denmark, has condemned the plans for Sharia zones.“We should not be blind to their extremism in our society,” MJC Spokesman Mustafa Gezen tells Jyllands-Posten.
“The problem is that many young people are in a situation in which they are receptive to these views. Gezen adds that the Salafist group is a small group, and that there are 40,000 Muslims in Denmark who do not subscribe to the group’s views. (Well, that leaves at least 160,000 Muslims who do)
The Danish group seems to have received its inspiration from a movement in Britain in July in which bright yellow posters were put up in some London boroughs saying: “You are entering a Shariah Controlled Zone: Islamic Rules Enforced”. The posters went on to suggest that in the zone, alcohol, gambling, music and concerts, pornography and prostitution, drugs and smoking were all prohibited.