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Police to investigate imam's controversial anti-Jew speech
The police in Funen have declared that they will launch an investigation into the controversial sermon by the Danish imam Muhammed Khaled Samhas that was posted on the internet on September 19.
Samhas reportedly said in his speech that Jews were the offspring of "apes and pigs" and that Palestine was the land in which the Muslims will fight the Jews and the "trees and stones will say: Oh Muslim, oh servant of Allah, there is a Jew behind me, come and kill him".
"We are looking into whether there is anything punishable in the speech," Ebbe Krogaard, the deputy police inspector at Funen Police, told Politiken newspaper. "It hasn't been reported to us, so we are doing it on our own initiative."
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