Must Watch Video: Mullah Krekar in Norway, “Islam is a Political Movement”

Mullah Krekar was interviewed by NRK, Norway’s public broadcasting station, to explain Islamic law for everyone– not just Muslims– living in Norway — but worldwide. He believes within 20 years the Sykes-Picot borders will be eliminated and a new Caliphate will be established under a united Islamic State.

Anyone who burns the Qur’an or insults Islam should be afraid.

“Regardless if he lives in Norway, or if he is Barack Obama. I am not myself threatening the person [who burns the Qur’an or insults Islam]. I am telling you what is stated in the law.

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“He should be afraid of the Somalis, the Indonesians, the Africans, the Chechens, anybody who follows the Qur’an. Those who insult our religion, our honor, must know that one of us will die. This is a matter of life and death.

“Those who do not respect 30 percent of the earth’s population (Muslims) do not deserve to live.”

When explaining the importance of a Caliphate, he says:

“Islam is not like Christianity. Our Islam is a political movement.

“The Qur’an has over 500 verses about politics and ruling, about Shari’a laws and its justice system. We cannot separate in Islam politics on the one side and religion on the other. They go hand and hand. The establishment of a Caliphate is both a legal and a religious event.”

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