30. marts 2006
Dialog er et ord, man her efter Muhammedsagen vanskeligt kan bruge uden at få en grim smag i munden.
Fra MEMRI TV – et uddrag fra ‘dialogen’ under en studenter-konference i Damaskus mellem den arabiske studenterforening og Dansk Ungdoms Fællesråd, sendt på Al-Jazeera sidste fredag. [transkript / video]
Ahmad Al-Shater, Chairman of Arab Students Union: The cartoons, which appeared in the Danish newspaper, were a premeditated plan, by parties known to all, to divert global and Arab attention away from the crimes and massacres committed in Iraq, in Palestine, in Abu Ghureib prison, and in many occupied Arab territories. The plan was to divert attention away from what is going on. […]
What is peculiar and surprising is that to this very moment, the Danish government does not want to punish this paper, and has not apologized. This only strengthens our feeling that the Danish government is behind this.
Muhammad, Chairman of the Sudanese Student Union: I’d like to tell you that harming the Prophet is not a new thing. 1,400 years ago, the Jews tried to kill him in Al-Madina. In our religion, harming the Prophet is where we draw the line. We are prepared to die to prevent this.
As you know, Bush killed 110,000 people in Iraq, while Saddam did not kill even one third of this figure. Saddam did not kill even 30,000 people throughout his rule. I would like to welcome you on this visit, because the image of Denmark and the Danish people has become very negative in the Arab and Islamic world. In conclusion, I would like to say that tomorrow America will pass a resolution in the UN Security Council, calling for international military intervention in Sudan. Among these forces, obviously, there will be Danish forces. I would like to inform you that because the Sudanese people are so angry over this affront, they will kill the Danish soldiers before they kill the others.
Ahmad Al-Shater: Don’t translate that word for word. Just say that the Sudanese will put up resistance against them.
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