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Politicians in the queue to take the distance: - It does not belong in Denmark

On the Danish constitution day was an older man shot in the leg by police after he apparently tried to get in the vicinity of the Rasmus Paludan with a knife, f

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Politicians in the queue to take the distance: - It does not belong in Denmark

On the Danish constitution day was an older man shot in the leg by police after he apparently tried to get in the vicinity of the Rasmus Paludan with a knife, fluttering in your hand during a demonstration at the Gellerupparken in Aarhus.

the Man's motive and personal background is still unknown, as police continue investigating the case.

But regardless of his motives, the politicians shook and stand in queue to take the distance to the incident, which led to the police evacuated the controversial firm president, Rasmus Paludan.

- It's just that the more islam occupies in a society, the more there will be of the kind. When we look in the latest freedom of speech commission report that 75% of the resident muslims believe that criticism of islam should be banned, as it bears witness to the on where they stand. It does not belong in a country like Denmark, says the chairman of the New Civil, Pernille Vermund (NB).

Pernille Vermund, chairman of the New Civic. Photo: Jonas Olufson

Inger Støjberg from the Left has this comment:

- I am very sad about what has happened today. It is completely no matter who you are, and no matter what you politically stand for, so no one should be meet with violence. Gellerupparken is no longer Denmark. It is a small area that represents the worst from the Middle east. It is no secret that the area for a long time, has been a terrible and inflamed place, where unruly young people raging, and where man is completely indifferent with Danish norms and values. I must say honestly, that I think the only thing they like about Denmark, is our's system of benefits. Everything else is facing the back.

the President of the Danish people's Party is joining the chorus of critics. He finds it absolutely crazy that someone is running around with a knife, like Rasmus Paludan should be able to get with his political positions without being antruffet of 'rogues'.

- It is good that the police do their work, so how someone gets the clear feeling that they have nothing to do to destroy a political manifestation, says Kristian Thulesen Dahl.

Political rapporteur for the SF, Karsten Hønge, calling the situation 'absolutely love' and beats at the same time real, in spite of their differences, not 'must be true Rasmus Paludan in any way'.

This is a sad development of a situation. For each walk there are the protests in different ways, which goes too far, so is it only for the pleasure of Rasmus Paludan. It is consistent that every time there have been violent demonstrations against Rasmus Paludan, then it's gone back for him, says Karsten Hønge.

Political rapporteur for the SF, Karsten Hønge. Photo: Jacob Ehrbahn / POLFOTO

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