Mansour clenched his fist and shouted "Allahu Akbar" in court.
It's hard to find a job in Europe when your only skills are molesting little girls and calling for the murder of infidels. In Pakistan or Iran, either of those would be enough to earn you a rewarding position. But in Denmark, the Islamophobic authorities are less understanding.
Meet Imam Said Mansour. (via Religion of Peace)
Said Mansour was convicted for praising terrorism and calling for the killing of Jews and infidels on Facebook.
The former verdicts listed by the prosecutor include terrorist activities, theft, violence and possession of illegal weapons, and a judgment by the High Court in 2002, where Mansour was found guilty of having assaulted a 12-year-old whom he pulled away from a playground and groped her breasts.
Mansour has reportedly not worked since 1992. He has added many convictions to his criminal record, many of them for illegal possession of weapons – everything from machetes and knives to guns, gas spray and rifle cartridges.”
Those Jews, infidels and 12 year old girls can be tough. A devout slave of Allah needs to be fully armed to confront them.
Mansour's judgment was received with a smile, he clenched his fist and shouted "Allahu Akbar" in court.
Said Mansour is one of those immigrants who have contributed so much to Denmark.
Mansour moved to Denmark from Morocco in 1983 to be reunited with his sister. The following year he married a Danish woman with whom he later had four children. She converted to Islam, but the couple later divorced.
The terror case that ended with a verdict in 2007, began four years earlier when Sam Mansour was tapped by the Security Intelligence Service (PET), who suspected him of having close contact with al-Qaeda, including Imam Abu Qatada, who was regarded as al-Qaeda's spiritual leader in Europe.
Mansour has been described as the ideologue of a European terrorist network and is believed to be connected to a wide range of Islamist terrorists. Among others, Omar Abdel-Rahman, who is serving a life sentence in the United States after the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center in 1993.
Just think, if Denmark had never taken in Mansour's sister, the country would have been spared all this. It's not just the immigrant. It's the family reunification that follows.