In an address streamed live on Facebook a year ago and discovered and translated by MEMRI following his July 24, 2018 indictment in Denmark for calling for the murder of Jews, Imam Mundhir Abdallah, of the Masjid Al-Faruq mosque in Copenhagen, said that “the final solution to the problem of the Levant – after the establishment of the Caliphate and the elimination of the Jewish entity – will be through the conquest of Europe.” “Jihad necessitates the conquest of Europe.”
MEMRI (h/t Maurice) “Europe must be invaded again,” he said, calling for a new Islamic conquest of Al-Andalus, the Balkans, and Rome, in order to fulfill the promise of the Prophet Muhammad. In the address, Imam Abdallah said that the Jews “are hastening their own annihilation by their rampaging, their filth, and their vileness, which reflect the immutable nature of the Jews.” He added that he was “not a racist” but that this “has to do with the Jewish character and psyche, with that sick Jewish mentality.”
Imam Abdallah was indicted for calling for the murder of Jews in a Friday, March 31, 2017 sermon that was translated and released by MEMRI Copenhagen Friday Sermon: Imam Cites Antisemitic Hadith, Says: Soon Caliphate Will Uproot Colonialist, Crusader Jewish Entity). This is the first time that charges have been brought under a criminal code introduced in Denmark in January 2017. Following that sermon, on May 16, 2017, Abdallah insisted that as soon as the Muslims regain power, they will “erase” and “obliterate” Israel and all the U.S. bases in the region.
Guess this imam has never read a history book about the Danes in WWII, where both the King and the majority of Danish people stood by their Jewish citizens and were instrumental in saving almost all of them form Nazi persecution and death.
From the book Countrymen: The Untold Story of How Denmark’s Jews Escaped the Nazis, of the Courage of Their Fellow Danes
In 1943, with its king and administration weakened but intact during the Nazi occupation, Denmark did something that no other country in Western Europe even attempted. Anticipating that the German occupying powers would soon issue the long-feared order to round up the entire population of Jews for deportation to concentration camps, the Danish people stood up in defiance and resisted. The king, politicians, and ordinary civilians were united in their response—these threatened people were not simply Jews but fellow Danes who happened to be Jewish, and no one would help in rounding them up for confinement and deportation.
While diplomats used their limited but very real power to maneuver and impede matters in both Copenhagen and Berlin, the warning that the crisis was at hand quickly spread through the Jewish community. Over fourteen harrowing days, as they were helped, hidden, and protected by ordinary people who spontaneously rushed to save their fellow citizens, an incredible 7,742 out of 8,200 Jewish refugees were smuggled out all along the coast—on ships, schooners, fishing boats, anything that floated—to Sweden.