The far right party of Demark is not pulling any punches getting their message across about the Islamic threat to their country. It seems that the far-right party depicted Mohammed in one their election materials. Though an honest interpretation of events surrounding the well known Mo-toon controversy, this political ad didn’t sit very well with some Danes. To wit – a Danish-Muslim group.

The ad by the Danish People’s Party, the country’s third largest political force, showed a hand-drawn picture of the Islamic prophet under the slogan “Freedom of expression is Danish, censorship is not”. The ad was condemned as a “provocation” by at least one Danish-Muslim group, as Islam forbids representation of its most important prophet.

The Danish-Muslim group hit back.

Now Asmaa Abdol-Hamid, a Danish-Muslim politician who could become the first MP to wear the hijab in the Danish parliament if elected in next month’s poll, has hit back with a poster showing a hand-drawn picture of the DPP leader, Pia Kjaersgaard, under the slogan “Freedom of expression is Danish, stupidity is not”.

“It is ridiculous [of the DPP] to do that kind of thing,” Ms Abdol-Hamid told Guardian Unlimited. “It’s not clever, there is no point to it.”

Oh really? How about this point? From the Mo-toon protests.

Or This?

I think there are more than enough grounds for cleverness, Ms Abdol-Hamid. What do you think?

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