Islam critic Hege Storhaug (Human Rights Service (HRS) ) wants drastic measures to be taken to “rescue” Norway from the threat she believes extreme Islam poses. Her suggestions include the closing down of some mosques and the censoring of Koranic translations.
In a major interview with Aftenposten the Islam critic brings more specific and often radical proposals. In addition to the censoring of the Koran and closing down of some mosques, she is calling for hijab ban at all levels of education, governemental control of Muslim communities, stricter border policies in Europe and paying what she calls “dysfunctional” families from the Islamic-dominated world to return to their countries of origin.
– Considering the welfare state sustainability for the next generation, I think that Siv Jensen’s would be remembered fondly if she spent some some billions on this, says Storhaug, who believes that many would have accepted such offers.
Thedeputy leder of Progress Per Sandberg told the newspaper that several of Storhaug’s points have come up in discussions , but he thinks the proposal of censoring the Koran is going too far.
– I am strongly opposed to cencorship, Sandberg said, and he also states that he does not want Norwegian politicians to control how the Muslims are practicing their religion. Also politicians from other parties react, and Aps Helga Pedersen believes Storhaug defines itself from the debate.
Basim Ghozlan in the Islamic Association told Aftenposten that he thinks the proposals are a recipe for polarization, extremism and chaos.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today