In Denmark, a prominent mosque has told their congregation that apostates, adulterers and any one who harms a Muslim should be killed. The Mosque chairman defended the sermons, saying, “we believe in Islam”.
In 2014, the mosque also appeared to declare support for the Islamic State (IS) terror group and again in 2015. However, local police later praised the mosque, claiming they were in fact discouraging young Muslims from joining the Jihad.
Nowadays, a new documentary by Danish broadcaster TV2 has reignited debate over whether the infamous mosque should be shut down. Radical preacher Abu Bilal Ismail (pictured above) was secretly filmed saying:
“If a married or divorced women engages in fornication, and she is not a virgin, she should be stoned to death”.
Continuing: “If someone violates their marriage, either man or woman, they commit adultery and their blood is thus halal [acceptable under Muslim law, ed.] and they should be killed by stoning. If the woman is a virgin, the punishment is whipping”.
In the clip, the imam advocates an “eye for an eye” policy. “If someone kills a Muslim, then they should be killed,” he says, before adding that anyone who leaves Islam (Apostasy) should also be murdered.
The mosques’s chairman, Oussama El-Saadi, who personal declared his support for ISIS last year, defended the comments and said the TV2 journalist was a “spy” who had tricked the Imam responsible.