Danish state TV on Friday, October 6, aired video footage showing young members of a Danish party mocking Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him).
Filmed in August, the video shows young adherents of the Danish People’s Party (DPP) – a political ally of the centre-right coalition led by Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen – mocking Prophet Muhammad during a summer party, reported Agence France-Presse (AFP).
Participants in the summer gathering were competing who could draw the Prophet in the most humiliating and laughable manner. One cartoon appeared to depict the Prophet as a camel, urinating and drinking beer. A song playing in the background contains the lyrics, “The camel Muhammad has four beers…” Some other participants portrayed the Prophet dressed in a turban and wearing a belt with explosives as others look on in laughter.
The video was filmed by Martin Rosengaard Knudsen who posed as a member of the party for several months to document attitudes among young members.
This is par for the course with the DPP. One of its spokespersons is on record as saying that “Muslim immigration is a way for Muslims to conquer us” and a DPP MP has compared Muslim women who wear headscarves to bikers who sport swastikas.
For the Muslim Brotherhood’s view, see Ikhwanweb.com, 7 October 2006