Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Finland harboring terrorists?

Pastor Juha Molari has been defrocked by the State Lutheran Church of Finland, because of having criticized the Kavkaz Center as being a terrorist organization inside Finland. The Kavkaz Center is an Islamic group, promoting jihad against Russia on behalf of Chechen Rebels. (The Kavkaz website server had been kicked out of other countries, before finding a refuge in Finland to host its site.)

This is currently causing friction between the governments of Russia and Finland. Listen to Russian television:
http://rt.com/news/finnish-priest-defrocked-terrorists/.
An earlier broadcast is:
http://rt.com/news/finnish-priest-umarov-molari/.
The Russian Pravda newspaper reports:
http://engforum.pravda.ru/index.php?/topic/37390-kavkaz-center-moves-to-finland/.

The print version of a web page of the Kavkaz site urging Muslim rebels to fight for Allah is: http://www.kavkaz.org.uk/eng/content/2011/03/03/13715_print.html.
Another web page excoriates President Obama for the assassination of Osama bin Laden: http://www.kavkaz.org.uk/eng/content/2011/05/05/14261_print.html.

Please keep in mind, both the Russian news and the Kavkaz content disseminate propaganda. And also be aware that Juha Molari is affiliated with Johan B├Ąckman, a neo-Stalinist Finn who is also a Russophile. Meanwhile, Finland itself is a socialist country.

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  2. [A comment from "Fiddlin" of Montana]

    I tried to leave a comment, but it wouldn't let me without some kind of account, which I don't have, so will put it here.

    The indigenous populations of most or all European countries are declining, some precipitously, while the Muslim immigrants are multiplying like rabbits, and they don't assimilate. They want to establish their own law, customs, etc., and in other words, be a country withing a country. This is a very dangerous situation.

    Finland is probably very afraid of the consequences if they boot Kazkav, and afraid of Russia if they don't. The proverbial "between a rock and a hard place."

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