Journal: Australian Muslim cleric calls for beheading of Dutch politician

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Muslim cleric calls for beheading of Dutch politician

(Reuters) – A well-known Australian Muslim cleric has called for the beheading of Dutch anti-Islamic politician Geert Wilders, a newspaper said on Friday.

Wilders told Reuters it was “really terrible news” and that he was taking it seriously.

“I will ask for clarification from the Dutch minister of interior/justice why the secret service and anti-terrorism unit NCTb have not informed me before and what the consequences will be for me,” he said in an email.

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Wilders is currently on trial in the Netherlands for inciting hatred and discrimination against Muslims.

Tip of the Hat to G. B. at LinkedIn.

Phi Beta Iota: The Netherlands is close to the Nordics in its reasoned governance, but even this great country can make mistakes.  As Howard Bloom discusses so well in Global Brain–The Evolution of Mass Mind from the Big Bang to the 21st Century, what children learn by the age of five to seven is life-defining.  If the government fails to educate the multi-cultural respect it aspires to, then it has to respect the concerns of its citizens who fear unassimilated resident as well as transient Muslims. This is one reason why Phi Beta Iota believes that education, intelligence, and research should be under a single Secretary-General who is co-equal to two others, one for Commonwealth and one for External Relations and Security.

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