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Right-wing Dutch politician urges U.S. lawmakers not to build new mosques
Controversial Dutch politician Geert Wilders, known for his right-wing views against Islam, was met with support at an event in Denver on Saturday when he spoke about banning new mosques in the West.
Wilders was a guest speaker at Western Conservative Summit where he warned the 1,000 attendants against the dangers of Islam: "If we do not stop the Islamization, we will lose everything: our identity, our culture, our democratic constitutional state, our freedom, and our civilization," reported The Colorado Statesman.
Wilders is the founder of the far-right Party for Freedom in the Netherlands which is now the third largest political group in the country. He is also the author of "Marked for Death: Islam's War against the West and Me" and has lived under security watch since 2004, after receiving threats for his criticism of Islam.
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