Right-wing Danish youth mock Prophet

Danish state TV on Friday, October 6, aired video footage showing young members of a Danish party mocking Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him).

Filmed in August, the video shows young adherents of the Danish People’s Party (DPP) – a political ally of the centre-right coalition led by Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen – mocking Prophet Muhammad during a summer party, reported Agence France-Presse (AFP).

Participants in the summer gathering were competing who could draw the Prophet in the most humiliating and laughable manner. One cartoon appeared to depict the Prophet as a camel, urinating and drinking beer. A song playing in the background contains the lyrics, “The camel Muhammad has four beers…” Some other participants portrayed the Prophet dressed in a turban and wearing a belt with explosives as others look on in laughter.

The video was filmed by Martin Rosengaard Knudsen who posed as a member of the party for several months to document attitudes among young members.

Islam Online, 6 September 2006

This is par for the course with the DPP. One of its spokespersons is on record as saying that “Muslim immigration is a way for Muslims to conquer us” and a DPP MP has compared Muslim women who wear headscarves to bikers who sport swastikas.

For the Muslim Brotherhood’s view, see Ikhwanweb.com, 7 October 2006