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Loki
Saturday, September 4th, 2004, 05:05 PM
http://www.aftenposten.no/english/local/article862255.ece

Krekar sues state

Mullah Krekar instituted legal proceedings against the Norwegian state in order to have the decision to expel him from the country rendered invalid, newspaper VG reports. Krekar's lawyer Brynjar Meling said Norwegian authorities have uncritically used false information from Krekar's enemies in Iraq as the basis for the expulsion order.


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Mullah Krekar (right) and his legal counsel Brynjar Meling have become a familiar sight in Norwegian courts and media.


PHOTO: DAG GRUNDSETH





"Two years of international investigation have disproved my client's connection to terrorism. In the writ we document that the PST (Norwegian Police Security Service) does not accept the information used by the UDI (Directorate of Immigration)," Meling said.

Krekar has summoned a series of top Norwegian politicians, diplomats and high-ranking bureaucrats in his suit and has also warned that he may demand testimony from the USA's Secretary of State Colin Powell.

Krekar is the former leader of the guerrilla group Ansar al-Islam in Kurdish northern Iraq. His expulsion was based on the suspicion that he constituted a national security risk and the USA has long suspected Krekar or Ansar al-Islam of links to al-Qaida.

"It is a paradox that the UDI decision is based on testimony that the Norwegian police have rejected. How the authorities can maintain that my client is a danger to national security after all prosecution against him has been dropped is a mystery to me," Meling said.

Laurelin
Monday, September 6th, 2004, 04:28 AM
The liberal orientation of legal systems in western countries in one of the single most significant obstacles to stemming the flood of immigrants. As long as legal processes are available to people like Krekar, it will be very difficult to deal with the immigrant problem even through legislation, because immigrants can always turn to the courts and claim that the legislature has violated their rights.

Serious reform of the courts and the legal system generally has to be a top priority.

cosmocreator
Monday, September 6th, 2004, 04:47 AM
The liberal orientation of legal systems in western countries in one of the single most significant obstacles to stemming the flood of immigrants. As long as legal processes are available to people like Krekar, it will be very difficult to deal with the immigrant problem even through legislation, because immigrants can always turn to the courts and claim that the legislature has violated their rights.

Serious reform of the courts and the legal system generally has to be a top priority.


I think there is an effort by Zionist to weaken federal courts and move towards strengthening the power of the UN and The World Court and to eventually dissolve nation borders altogether.

Laurelin
Monday, September 6th, 2004, 05:20 PM
I think there is an effort by Zionist to weaken federal courts and move towards strengthening the power of the UN and The World Court and to eventually dissolve nation borders altogether.

That appears to be the long term objective. This pattern appears to be more pronounced in the European Union than elsewhere, with its move towards supra-national "human rights" codes and bodies that supercede national laws and courts.

But, on a day-to-day basis, it is national courts that allow people like Krekar to abuse the system in order to advance their own sinister agenda.

Aistulf
Saturday, September 25th, 2004, 04:58 PM
The dirty Kurd (looks like a Turko-Semitic mongrel to me, actually) and that this is tollerated, a real shame!

It's already bad enough he's in Europe, in Scandinavia even! :mad:

Blutwölfin
Tuesday, March 14th, 2006, 09:43 AM
Krekar claims Islam will win

Norway's most controversial refugee, Mullah Krekar, told an Oslo newspaper on Monday that there's a war going on between "the West" and Islam. He said he's sure that Islam will win, and he also had praise for suspected terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.

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"We're the ones who will change you," Krekar told Norwegian newspaper Dagbladet in his first interview since an uproar broke out over cartoons deemed offensive to Muslims.

"Just look at the development within Europe, where the number of Muslims is expanding like mosquitoes," Krekar said. "Every western woman in the EU is producing an average of 1.4 children. Every Muslim woman in the same countries are producing 3.5 children.

"By 2050, 30 percent of the population in Europe will be Muslim."

He claimed that "our way of thinking... will prove more powerful than yours." He loosely defined "western thinking" as formed by the values held by leaders of western or non-islamic nations. Its "materialism, egoism and wildness" has altered Christianity, he claimed.

Krekar, who's been supported by the Norwegian government since arriving as a refugee from northern Iraq in the early 1990s, now faces deportation after violating the terms of his refugee status and being deemed a threat to national security.

Bin Laden 'a good man'
Krekar told Dagbladet that he favours Islamic rule where political and religious leaders are one and the same. One such leader he respects, he said, is Osama bin Laden.

"Osama bin Laden is a good person," Krekar said. He claimed Osama bin Laden is considered a terrorist simply because he lacks his own state.

"Those who say Osama bin Laden is a terrorist are themselves killing our women and children," Krekar said.

Attempts to "spread democracy," he claimed, are merely a ruse to wage war against Islam, adding that "the West destroyed the Taliban regime in Afghanistan" because "it feared the Islamic state."


Source (http://www.aftenposten.no/english/local/article1247400.ece)

Slå ring om Norge
Tuesday, March 14th, 2006, 10:10 AM
Mullah Krekar are one of the best men the radical rightwing has had the latest years. As long as we keep that thing, the right wing boosts!

Things are not so plump, that it only works directly...

He does a much better work for us here in Norway, than we could hope him to do from Iraque.

The situation is a little bit more complicated and optional than it may seem like from faaar away from here.

So I contine to set out fodder for him.

Sigrid
Tuesday, March 14th, 2006, 10:21 AM
The Mullah is right about some things and wrong about others. Where he is wrong is in who and what will win. What he fails to understand is that the very fact that Islam has entered Europe to destroy it is the very catalyst needed to invoke a reaction against it. Thanks to this infection, Europe will be able to manufacture an antidote. It will not be "war" so much as it will be a healing for us and a hard lesson for him. I sympathise with anyone invaded and bombed. This is where he is right.

But as the so-called State of Israel crumbles (and it will) so will healing seeds sprout in the Middle east and so the Mullah should look deeper and see what is happening instead of spouting hatred and violence and domination like an old cistern with a contaminated flow of logic.

Praetorianer
Tuesday, March 14th, 2006, 11:55 AM
This would be no discussion if the Western society would hold together,I think...

Sigrid
Tuesday, March 14th, 2006, 11:59 AM
We will have to wait a while as western society is presently running around like a chicken without a head.

But things will start to take shape out of all this madness. Nature never allows things to go so far in one direction that they do not meet their end where they began their journey. ;)

Slå ring om Norge
Tuesday, March 14th, 2006, 07:07 PM
If we keep the Mullah on free range here, Frp will probably have pure majority by next election. The mooslimes makes the best propaganda the blues could get.

We had a prime minister from AP ( the socildemocrates) once, Jagland.

In the opposite camp, Høyre, the conservatives, they say about him that Jagland is the best man Høyre ever had...:D

Blutwölfin
Sunday, June 4th, 2006, 10:39 AM
The youth section of the Norwegian Fremskrittspartiet, the major conservative opposition party in the country, has set up a fundraising campaign in which they say they will buy Mullah Krekar a one-way airplane ticket to his home in Northern Iraq. Krekar, whose real name is Najmuddin Faraj Ahmad, is an Iraqi Kurd who received political asylum in Norway in 1991. According to Krekar’s lawyer the campaign is not funny and proves that the Fremkrittspartiet’s youth section has no respect for human rights.

Despite being recognized as a fugitive from Saddam Hussein’s Iraq, Krekar travelled home regularly until 2002. He helped establish an Islamist republic there. Krekar became the co-founder and first leader of Ansar al-Islam, the Kurdish subsidiary of al-Qaeda. Kurdish villages controlled by Ansar al-Islam were subjected to sharia laws: schools for girls were destroyed; singing and musical instruments were forbidden; non-Muslim Kurds were forced to convert. Ansar al-Islam also used terrorist tactics, such as the deployment of suicide bombers, in its conflicts with other Kurdish nationalist groups such as the Patriotic Union of Kurdistan (PUK). There were several assassination attempts on leading PUK politicians with carbombs and snipers. On one occasion the organisation beheaded 53 PUK prisoners.

Many, including local Kurds and the CIA, believe that Ansar al-Islam had links with Saddam Hussein. Mullah Krekar has denied this claim. Nevertheless, his organisation never confronted Saddam’s forces and only fought Kurdish separatists. After the American invasion of Iraq in 2003, which ousted Saddam, it is believed that Ansar al-Islam helped the Jordanian terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi and other terrorists to enter Iraq.

Krekar claims that by that time he was no longer the leader of the organisation. In August 2002, while he was in Iraq, the Norwegian government revoked his refugee status on the grounds that he had traveled back to his homeland. Upon his return to Europe in September 2002 Krekar was arrested at Schiphol Airport in the Netherlands. He spent four months in a Dutch jail before being sent back to Norway. Though Krekar thought it wise not to leave Norway, for fear that he would not be allowed in again, the Norwegian authorities have not arrested him.

In February 2003 the Norwegian government ordered that Krekar be sent back to Iraq. The order, however, was not implemented because Krekar, whose wife and children have acquired Norwegian nationality, appealed. Krekar has not been arrested because, according to the Norwegian judiciary, his link to terrorist organisations has not been adequately proven. He received the support of various left-wing groups and of the Norwegian branch of Amnesty International. Norwegian law forbids the extradition of people to countries where they can be given the death penalty or be tortured.

In June 2004 Krekar was convicted of terrorism by a military tribunal in Jordan. He was sentenced in absentia to 15 years of hard labor. The Norwegian prosecutors dismissed the charges because the Jordanians allegedly tortured a potential witness against Krekar.

Last September, in an interview on al-Jazeera, Krekar threatened Norway with terrorism if it expelled him. Last March he told the Norwegian press that Osama bin Laden is “a good person.” He also said on Norwegian television that the publication of Muhammad cartoons in the Western media was a declaration of war and called upon Muslims to fight.

Barely one month ago, if anyone had predicted that the Netherlands would sooner get rid of the Dutch parliamentarian and “European of the Year” Ayaan Hirsi Ali than Norway of Mullah Krekar, few would have believed it. Apparently, in contemporary Europe it is harder to get a terrorist expelled than to get a camel through a needle’s eye or a member of parliament stripped of her citizenship.

The difference between Krekar and Hirsi Ali? He threatens the Norwegians with terror attacks if they throw him out, and she is kicked out because her enemies threaten the Dutch with terror attacks if she is allowed to stay.



Source (http://www.brusselsjournal.com/node/1098)

Fjord og fjell
Sunday, July 23rd, 2006, 03:48 PM
One guy, muslim I belive, just offered "the mullah" 500.000 NOK to leave Norway forever. He ment Mullah Krekar was very damaging for other immigrants in Norway..

Birkebeinr
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006, 01:23 AM
Let him be!

We should absolutely keep mister mullah Krekar in Oslo. His occasional statements gives us "Jøssinger" a steady reminder of what we are fighting against. Namely the totalitarian and deconstuctive malady known as marxism or political correctness if you want. And it's ally, the strident nazislam. The mullah is now acting as an proxy for the marxist, mongers of multicult, who holds the government in Norway.

The Swedish blogger Oskorei mentioned something very substantial on this subject.
He wrote a piece saying we need a foe, not only to remind us about, but also to challenge our germanic culture. This will cause the masses to wake up. Slow, but steady rediscovering our ancient roots. And ultimately feel honour and pride in our heritage. And be willing to fight for it...