Wednesday, June 6, 2012

Accidentally Carries the Prophet's Cartoon Contest To Find Mass

Trying to benefit from the negative issues that exist, an anti-Islamic party has admitted to deliberately using Islamic cartoons to get votes in elections in the state North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW).

"It's always difficult for small parties at election time," Pro-NRW Party chief Markus Beisicht told Mirror online, as reported by, Sunday 3rd June.

"We have a difficult time competing with major parties. We have to find influential ways with relatively small amounts of resources."

To win votes in the NRW regional election, the right-wing party has decided to focus their electoral strategy on the cartoon drawing contest of the Prophet Muhammad. Although there is a warning from the Minister

Hans-Peter Friedrich's country will be a possible confrontation between Islam and right-wing extremists, Beisicht insists on showing off cartoons outside the mosque.

Violence erupted last month in suburban Bonn's Mehlem when supporters of "Pro-NRW" showed caricatures depicting a man who was said to be a prophet outside Saudi Fahd Academy. Hundreds of Muslims gathered in response to Pro NRW's disrespectful actions and developed into clashes. Then around 100 Muslims were arrested. The mass media also immediately gave an extremist stamp to Muslim youth who called their group salafi groups in Germany.

But the strange strategy of the Pro NRW party did not bear fruit, they only received 1.5% of the vote in the elections in North Rhine Westphalia. Up 0.1% from what they got in state elections 2 years ago.

Other commentators accused Pro-NRW of deliberately carrying out controversial ways to attract as much attention as possible.
"With the look of Islamophobic caricatures, Muslims are clearly definitely provoked," police spokesman Harry Kolbe said in a statement.

North Rhine-Westphalia Interior Minister Ralf Jäger has a similar view. He condemned the violence that occurred as a result of the dangerous provocation of the RNW Pro masses.

"Pro NRW right-wing radical groups deliberately inflame hatred of the 4 million Muslims who live peacefully among us in Germany."

picture: German salafi group in action

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