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Danish Generation Identity organised a new action against the Islamization of their country

By A.S.

The Danish branch of Generation Identity has recently organized a new public action against the Islamization of Denmark and Europe.

For the last few weeks, a small group of Islamists was handing out copies of the Koran, while playing Muslim music and reciting passages from the Koran on a city square in Copenhagen. But the local identitarians decided to stand up against this public display of Islamization of their country, by organizing a counter-action. The last Saturday they came to the square occupied by Muslims, armed with banners and a megaphone to express their disagreement and to resist Islamization and multiculturalism in their city.

When they came to the square, the identitarians unfurled a ten meters long banner saying “Send Muslims home”. They also shouted slogans against Islamization on their megaphone, accompanied by the sounds of the sirens, to shut down the Imams recitation of the Koran, and his praise to Allah.

On their website, the Identitarians published a report of their action, and warned that the percentage of Muslim and non-European population is rising, while there is a lack of political will needed to solve this problem through remigration.

A spokesperson of Generation Identity, Frederik Rye Skov, was also interviewed by Demokracija last autumn. In the interview, he told us that due to foreign migration violence is on the rise in Danish cities, as well as crime. Read the whole interview HERE.

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