March 18, 2006

Danish Muslims to sue

"Danish Muslim groups are to report Denmark to the UN Commissioner on Human Rights for failing to prosecute the newspaper that first published controversial cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad," the Times (UK) Online reports. The groups also plan to sue the newspaper, Jyllands-Posten, in Danish court for "defamation."

The Muslims' lawyer, Michael Christiani Havemann, is miffed that Henning Fode, Denmark’s director of public prosecutions, won't pursue charges against Jyllands-Posten.

Good. Stay miffed. Fode is dead right. Now, hopefully he won't just become "dead" for taking such a stance.

(h/t: Michelle Malkin.)

Posted by Hube at March 18, 2006 08:35 AM | TrackBack

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