Skip to comments.ISIS fanatics given houses and jobs on Syria return as part of 'Hug a Jihadi' campaign [Denmark]
Posted on 08/12/2017 9:09:03 AM PDT by Mr. Mojo
Police in the city of Aarhus, Denmark introduced the scheme after 36 young men travelled to Syria to join jihad, with 19 returning back to the country.
But the policy has been criticised by Danish MPs, with Naser Khadeer a Muslim member of the Conservative Peoples party calling for a hardline approach to foreign fighters.
Speaking on the Australian news programme Dateline, he said: What I have criticised when it comes to the Aarhus model is when you have been in Syria and you come back, it is wrong in my opinion to reward whoever has been in Syria by giving them an apartment, jobs, education.
We should prosecute them not reward them.
Yet Superintendent Allan Aarslev claimed most of those returning from Syria are now very well integrated and most of them are very happy to have had a second chance.
Superintendent Aarslev said: These are men who have been to Syria and we dont know what they have been doing down there and thats the choice we have to make between helping them and leaving them alone.
From my point of view it would be much more safe for the local community here to help these young men to have a normal life after they have returned than to leave them alone."
He added: If we did not integrate them into the local community again they would be a safety hazard for us.
The police claim since introducing the policy, which includes connecting radicalised members of the community with a Muslim mentor to guide them away from their extremist views, no one has left the city to join the frontline in Syria for two years.
Earlier this year a Danish student was reportedly shunned by her community after returning home from battling the barbaric Islamic State regime in Syria.
Joanna Palani, 23, claims to have killed more than 100 militants after giving up her studies to travel to the Middle East to fight ISIS.
She also allegedly freed a group of women and children who were being held as sex slaves by ISIS militants.
However, since returning to Denmark she said she had been forced into hiding and claimed she was seen as a terrorist.
Ms Palani told MailOnline: I was willing to give up my life and my freedom to stop ISIS advancing, so that everyone in Europe can be safe. This was my choice.
But I am seen as a terrorist by my own country.
She added: "I live in one of the best countries in the world but I am hungry and homeless and freezing cold in bed at night, even though I am working full time.
I don't trust anyone."
Talk about stupidity.
During WW II the Danes did much to protect Danish Jews from the occupying Nazis. Because of that, most Danish Jews survived the war.
I suspect that today’s Danes are trying to relive that era: Let’s help those who are displaced, and in distress.
But these Danes have got it backwards! The Islamists are not like the persecuted Jews of WW II. The Islamists are like the Nazis.
Oh gee, and I bet FDR, Mackenzie King, and Churchill would have been all for a “Hug a Nazi” initiative back in their day (do I really need to indicate the sarc?).
Much as Citizen G’Kar said, these Islamophile PCdiots will prove (by their own hands) “Too annoying to live”.
Sadly, given the chance they’ll take us down with them because the oh so peaceful Muslims won’t stop at killing just the idiots who helped them.
Sadly, it’s believable.
Nasir Kadeer is Muslim member of the conservative People’s Party? Doesn’t register in my mind....
Anyone who wants to retire in Denmark does not need to save. Just show up, tell they you are a Muslim terrorist, and they will support you in comfort. It’s very sad.
We should prosecute them not reward them.
This is an example of a problem Islam has , heretics like this Infidel collaborator , who would criticize fellow Muslims who risked their lives by following what Allah and Muhammad want done.
But then he might be practicing Taquiya to keep us Kafirs off balance. -Tom
Good thing this was on FR because when I go on my European Trip next week Denmark is off my list, and I find it funny it is ok to be part of a organization that raped, tortured, sells people into slavery and be given a second chance, but then a woman that fights again them and free women and children who some were probably raped and to be sold into slavery or worse is shunned, F that country.
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