Monday, June 2, 2008

Labor Party Wants Strategy against Radical Islam

The Labor Party wants a strategy against radical mosques, in order to prevent imams from promoting hatred and inciting youngsters against Dutch society. Earlier the Liberal Party (VVD) and the Christian Democrats (CDA) had called for actions against Salafism after warnings by the National Intelligence Service (AIVD). Labor parliamentarian Jeroen Dijsselbloem said that there are five Salafist mosques in Eindhoven, Tilburg, The Hague, Amsterdam and Rotterdam. Parliamentarian Henk Kamp (VVD) wants to close the Salafist mosques and where possible, to expel their imams.

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