A spokesman for Danish vets as well as a decorated veteran himself, former member of the Royal Danish Army, Benjamin Olsen Yeh, was threatened on the streets of Copenhagen with having his throat cut by two Middle Eastern men, ostensibly for his “Support Our Troops” bumper sticker.
The Danish veteran and stickers on his car
Examiner The recipient of the bronze degree of the Nordic Blue Berets Medal of Honour, it was reported in the Danish language media that as Yeh was driving to pick up his daughter, the two men drove up next to him and started yelling and screaming “Not done yet,” the unidentified individuals athreatened the former soldier, and said “I’ll find you. Just wait until I find you.”
Apparently incensed with his patriotic patch adorning the rear window, the Muslim duo took it up a notch be threatening to murder Yeh as well as his friends. One of them yelled, “Why don’t you remove the sticker? I swear I’ll cut your throat and your friends’!” Then they spat on Yeh’s car.
Denmark is home to approximately 270,000 Muslims, who compromise 4.8 percent of the citizenry out of a population of 5.6 million.
Muslims in Denmark burn the Danish flag on National Flag Day for deployed soldiers and veterans