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Brussels Journal exposed the fraud 6 years ago, but still the media react as if the whole thing was not manufactured and provoked by Danish imams.

The full story is also retold here (including photos of the actual newspaper article proving the 3 most incendiary photos were manufactured by muslims):

This needs to be recorded here under Alinsky Techniques, because it was no doubt a dirty trick and propaganda coup.  As the strength of us freedom fighters grows in number, we need to remember how successful such dirty tricks are, and use them against our enemies.

Brussels Journal was also able to establish that the so-called image of Mohammed as a pig, was in fact a degraded photo of a French clown dressed as a pig i.e. nothing to do with islam and Mohammed.  And as BJ notes, since these were muslims who manufactured and presented these images as being of Mohammed, under the very islamic laws they support, the imams should be the ones to be killed, not Kurt Westergaard.

The Cartoon Hoax

From the desk of Paul Belien on Tue, 2006-02-07 18:51


Radical Danish imams have deliberately incited hatred against Denmark, the country that had hospitably welcomed them in. To this end, while on a visit to Arab countries last month, they added three false, extremely offensive Muhammad “cartoons” to the twelve relatively mild ones published byJyllands-Posten last September [see the latter here, halfway down the page].

One of the three additional cartoons [we linked to them in this article], which the imams distributed on a faxed image of appalling quality, was said to be a depiction of Muhammad with a pigsnout. When the Danish press discovered the three false so-called Danish cartoons, the imams refused to say where they had got them. They claimed, however, that the false cartoons were genuinely Danish and had been added to “give an insight in how hateful the atmosphere in Denmark is towards Muslims.”

The Brussels Journal has always doubted whether the cartoons added by the imams were genuine. Whenever we mentioned them we explicitly wondered whether they were not “of the imam’s own making.” Certain Western mainstream media, however, such as the Australian network SBS and the British BBC authoritatively declared that the pigsnout was one of Jyllands-Posten’s cartoons.

Yesterday an American blogger discovered where the “pigsnout Muhammad” comes from. It has no relation to Muhammad whatsoever, it is not even a cartoon, but a fax image of a photo of a French clown performing at a pig festival.


"Muhammad" according to the imams

Denmark is being punished at the instigation of radical imams because twelve cartoonists have depicted Muhammad. However, these imams created their own three Muhammad images. They have even presented a French clown as being Muhammad. Because the twelve JP cartoonists are not Muslims, the Muslim blasphemy laws do not apply to them. But these laws do apply to the imams. Consequently, these imams deserve death. They – and no-one else – depicted the prophet as a pig – the highest imaginable insult in Islam.


In his letter of “apology” Jyllands-Posten editor Carsten Juste wrote:

In our opinion the 12 cartoons were moderate and not intended to be insulting. They did not go against Danish laws, but have evidently offended many Muslims, for which we apologize. Meanwhile a couple of offending cartoons have circulated in the Muslim world which were never published in Jyllands-Posten and which we would never have published if they had been offered to us. We would have dismissed them on the grounds that they breached our ethical limits.

Indeed, the three cartoons breaching the paper’s ethical limits have been made by fanatical Muslim clerics themselves in order to set the world ablaze and provoke a religious war with the West.

Even under Western law the Danish radical imams belong in jail. Their hate crime must be punished. The imams are the hate preachers who are responsible for the destruction and the fatalities that resulted from their lies and their blasphemy. One of these lying imams is Ahmed Abdel Rahman Abu Laban. He works as a translator and distributor of an al-Qaeda related publication.

Western papers and blogs that published the twelve cartoons were right to do so. If they had not published, no-one would have been able to ascertain that the pigsnout was not among them. If they had not published, the cheating, blasphemous imams would have got away with their lies. The public is served by information, never harmed by it. Let this be a lesson to the cowards of The Guardian, SBS, the BBC and the British and American mainstream media, who “out of respect” for Islam would have allowed blasphemous imams to get away with their gross insult of the prophet, with slander and libel, and with the violent acts which they instigated.

Meanwhile, Muslim moderates have established a website to apologize to Denmark and Norway (though in our opinion the Norwegian government does not deserve it). They write:

In the middle of all the mayhem surrounding the Danish cartoons controversy, a group of Arab and Muslim youth have set up this website to express their honest opinion, as a small attempt to show the world that the images shown of Arab and Muslim anger around the world are not representative of the opinions of all Arabs. We whole-heartedly apologize to the people of Denmark, Norway and all the European Union over the actions of a few, and we completely condemn all forms of vandalism and incitement to violence that the Arab and Muslim world have witnessed. We hope that this sad episode will not tarnish the great friendship that our peoples have fostered over decades.

Meanwhile, too, an American blogger is currently updating his “Country Report Card” on how the various governments and nations react to the cartoon scandal. He has given an A to the governments of Denmark, France and Germany; and an F to those of Norway, Britain and Poland. The U.S. government got a D. Governments that got grades below C should be ashamed of themselves.

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A victory for islam, with the help of the media.  Isn't that called shooting your self in the foot.


He's probably starting to realise, that people are becoming aware that the MoToons violence was orchestrated by devout imams like him.  He should have been expelled from Denmark in 2006.

Denmark: Muslim leader who stoked Muhammad cartoon rage now says he regrets his actions

"'I think Ahmad Akkari should go on al-Jazeera and tell the Arabic world about his new realization,' Ulveman wrote on his Facebook page. 'That would have real value for Denmark and the freedom of speech. And convince many of us about the depth and reach of his reorientation.'"

Ulveman is right. It is great for Akkari to tell Westerners that he was wrong. But why doesn't he travel to the same places he went seven years ago, and speak to the same groups, and tell them he was wrong, and that the freedom of speech is an essential component of any free and healthy society?

He doesn't do that because he would get killed if he did.

"In surprise reversal, Danish Muslim leader regrets role in rage over Muhammad cartoons," from the Associated Press, August 9 (thanks to all who sent this in):

COPENHAGEN, Denmark — A Danish Muslim leader who seven years ago traveled the Muslim world fueling the uproar over newspaper caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad is back in the headlines in Denmark after doing an about-face on the issue.

Once a leading critic of the Danish cartoons, which sparked fiery protests in Muslim countries, Lebanese-born Ahmad Akkari now says the Jyllands-Posten newspaper had the right to print them.

His unexpected change of heart has received praise from pundits and politicians in recent weeks, though some question his sincerity. It has also disappointed some in the country’s Muslim minority who were deeply offended by the cartoons.

Akkari, now 35, was the spokesman for a group of imams who led the protests against the drawings in Denmark. They traveled to Lebanon, Egypt and Syria to elicit support, saying the Danish government wouldn’t listen to their concerns.

Their journeys helped turn the dispute into an international crisis. Dozens were killed in weeks of protests that included violent attacks against Danish missions in Syria, Iran, Afghanistan and Lebanon. Tiny Denmark found itself on a collision course with the Muslim world — something Akkari now regrets.

“I want to be clear today about the trip: It was totally wrong,” Akkari told The Associated Press this week. “At that time, I was so fascinated with this logical force in the Islamic mindset that I could not see the greater picture. I was convinced it was a fight for my faith, Islam.”

He said he’s still a practicing Muslim but started doubting his fundamentalist beliefs after a 2007 trip to Lebanon, where he met Islamist leaders.

“I was shocked. I realized what an oppressive mentality they have,” Akkari said.

A year later, he moved to Greenland, the desolate Danish Arctic island, where he worked in a school for two years.

“I had plenty of time to read and write. And think,” said Akkari, who has shaved off the patchy beard he used to wear.

Islamic law generally opposes any depiction of the prophet, even favorable ones, for fear it could lead to idolatry. Arguing that such religious sensitivities should not limit the freedom of speech, Jyllands-Posten in 2005 invited Danish cartoonists to draw the prophet.

At the time, Akkari joined Muslim hardliners demanding an apology from the paper and action against it by the government. He appeared to advocate violence against a more moderate Danish Muslim in a secret TV recording, but later said it was just a joke.

Akkari now says printing the drawings was OK and that his reaction at the time was wrong. Last week he even apologized in person to one of the cartoonists, Kurt Westergaard, who has faced multiple death threats and murder attempts from extremists. Many Muslims consider Westergaard’s drawing, which depicts Muhammad with a bomb-shaped turban, as the most offensive.

“I met a man who has converted from being an Islamist to become a humanist who understands the values of our society,” Westergaard said of Akkari. “To me, he is really sincere, convincing and strong in his views.”

Akkari’s former colleagues in the Islamic Society of Denmark are not impressed, and have reportedly accused him of being an attention-seeker trying to get back into the limelight.

Group spokesman Bilal H. Assaad declined to comment on Akkari on Thursday but said “it is still not OK to publish drawings of Muhammad. We have not changed our position.”

The group is believed to represent about 10 percent of Denmark’s estimated 200,000 Muslims.

Michael Ulveman, who was an adviser to then-Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Ramussen during the cartoon crisis, also expressed doubts about Akkari’s sincerity.

“I think Ahmad Akkari should go on al-Jazeera and tell the Arabic world about his new realization,” Ulveman wrote on his Facebook page. “That would have real value for Denmark and the freedom of speech. And convince many of us about the depth and reach of his reorientation.”

The "moderate" imams met with Hezbollah and Hamas as part of their organised cultural terrorism against Denmark.

“Our visits with Hezbollah and Hamas had to be kept secret to the Danish public no matter what,” Akkari explains in the book. “If someone revealed our partnership with infamous terror organisations, we would lose the success we were just beginning to have,”  Ahmed Akkari, one of the architects behind the Danish Cartoon Crisis. - See more at:

So the craven western journalists sided with muslim terrorist organisations against a cartoonist.

Its the Dreyfus affair, all over again. (The lie gets propagated so effectively for so long, that it assumes a reality all of its own, and becomes toxic to those slandered, even as a lie)


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