- don't Show silence to crimes committed against islam and the muslims - the next is perhaps you or your family.
. Came out before the train run: the Muslims are like a body.
- don't Show silence in the face of the person responsible from the Christiansborg palace which has planted hatred and the criminalisation of islam and muslims in the last 20 years.
- Stand just as the followers; shoulders against shoulders, and say a true words.
How to write Abu T in one of the comments that are written on Hizb ut Tahrir, Facebook profile prior to the scheduled Friday prayers at Christiansborg Slotsplads.
- As muslims we are all outraged by the massacre in #Christchurch, where 50 muslims killed in two mosques and over 100 injured, simply because they profess Islam. the
Islamic duty to support the martyrs - remember the prayer rug
- It is our islamic duty to stand together in support of the martyrs and the sanctity of muslims ' blood. the
- Show your condemnation against hatred and manipulation by the western politicians and media daily cuisine, against Islam and muslims.
- Show your support for the muslim community. United in protest, in prayer, in the steadfastness of Islam, " writes Hizb ut-Tahrir on the event, which is for women and men - which, incidentally, are encouraged to bring their own prayer rug or mat.
to date, more than 500 indicated that they will participate, but it was for Christian's who have read about islamic on the jv.dk, then they had better let be:
- to create turmoil. We will never get peace for their damn sharia and islam. the
- And those muslims who claim that they are integrated, sympathize with them, and welcomes, still their action.
- What is it for a work of the devil, we have been exposed to?, writes Christian, and politician Lars Aslan Rasmussen is planning a counter-demonstration:
- It is important to come to a bipartisan counter-demonstration. When they (Hizb ut-Tahrir, ed.) stand in front of democracy, as they would like to abolish, so we are hopefully more than those who would like to display a different Denmark, says Aslan to the news agency Ritzau, but what are you thinking?