I participated in the demonstration on Friday against Hizb ut Tahrir (HUT).
- They must not represent me as a muslim.
- I think that they are extreme and I take distance from. They should be banned.
- at the same time, I do not think that their caliphate fit into here or to their islamic rules, must be applied to other in Denmark.
the 112 - 22. mar. 2019 - at. 16:37 Friday prayers in front of the Palace evolved dramatically
so begins Amina R a letter to the nation! on the week that has passed since she and half a hundred others protesting against Hizb Ut Tahrir Friday prayers in front of the Danish Parliament. the
You should take the Danish values
Amina is a muslim, sits on the board of DF - Gladsaxe, and she thinks people who live in Denmark must take the Danish values. Below you can see a small selection of some of the hateful messages Amina has received. Her post continues:
- I believe that Hisb Ut Tahrir is double standards.
- They often talk about freedom of religion in Denmark, but there is the death penalty for muslims who leave islam.
- It does not hang together.
- I believe that one must take Danish values.
- Some of the muslim and foreign men spat after me the demonstration. They were really sour on me.
I wonder, deeply, for who is really the hateful and prejudiced here. It is not the Danish people's Party,
- After the demonstration, I have received some violent messages from some muslims on my Facebook page, where I also talk about why I am a member of the Danish people's Party.
- I receive many nasty messages (I also did before the demonstration) for some are unfortunately locked into some obsolete ideas about how I, as a person with a muslim background should behave.
- I have chosen DF as my party and DF have accepted me as an individual, writes Amina, who, incidentally, are not the only muslim who was upset that the Hizb Ut Tahrir bath on the palace square.