Religion of Peace: Hunting Down Little Schoolgirls
Apparently now the school aged daughters of the 'infamous' Danish Twelve cartoonists are being targeted by Muslim peaceniks/thugs. From Agora translating an interview Jens Rohde, political spokesman of the Liberals, on a local radio homepage:
A group of Moslem males have tried to get at the daughter of one of the 12 cartoonists who drew the cartoons of Muhammed at her school. The political spokesman of the Liberals, Jens Rohde, revealed this during an interview with TV-Avisen while explaining his and the Prime Minister’s attack on the business community in Denmark, charging that they have put profits over Freedom of Speech.
Now the girl has been forced into hiding. Agora working on translating the rest of the interview.
UPDATE: Some of the rest of the translation of the interview. The main subject was the Danish government's criticism to the reaction of local business leaders in the wake of the cartoon controversy.
Jens Rohde: It’s certainly not those who have chosen to lay low and let this storm blow over them. What this is about, is that there are CEOs who have tried to get the government to apologise - both in writing and in speaking - in order to put this behind us. Those people all know who they are, and what they have done - and those are the people the Prime Minister is aiming at. But the communication that has passed between us and them of course can be publicised, because people must be able to write to us in all confidentiality. So what this is about, is that some may feel that the Prime Minister was aiming at them, but others need not have that feeling. And certainly not Lars Krobæk.
News Anchor: Jens Rohde, you almost sound like a headmaster at a boarding school: "Those who have been misbehaving know who they are…." Shouldn’t the government go public and say that this is a debate about Freedom of Speech - these people haven’t been here: them and them and them.
Jens Rohde: This isn’t about people who haven’t been there - this is about some people who have been very active in trying to get the government to issue an apology. And that is not, we think, in tune with these people saying that they support Freedom of Speech or, for that matter, Freedom of the Press. And it is /that/ basic discussion the Prime Minister participated in - and…. now this seems to be turning into a discussion about someone’s hurt vanity and I think that is really too bad, because the discussion about the principles of this is first of all important, and apart from that I think we ought to consider that we have 12 cartoonists in this country who have to live in hiding under protection, have had their lives turned around. The daughter of one of the cartoonists was sought out by 12 Moslem males at her school - they wanted to get at her. Luckily, she wasn’t there, and these people now live with fatwas over their head. And this is where I think that all of us ought to back these people up and say that we don’t want to allow this kind of thing to happen to our cartoonists - we need to back up their right to exercise their profession.